Active communities EU PROJECT
Human Resources Development
Operational Programme

EFOP-1.3.1-15-2016-00001

¤  DEVELOPING NEW METHODS. A REVIEW ABOUT
THE WORK OF RELEVANT GROUPS

¤  LIBRARY ACTIVITIES DURING THE WEEK
OF COMMUNITIES. DATA FROM A QUICK
NATIONAL SURVEY

¤  QUALITY OF LIFE AND THE CHANGING ROLE
OF LIBRARIES. THE ROLE AND VALUE OF LIBRARIES
AS INSTITUTIONS

¤  DO WE SPEAK THE SAME LANGUAGE…?” COMMUNITIES INSTEAD OF DIFFERENCES

¤  PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND TEENAGERS – INVOLVING THE Z GENERATION IN THE LIFE OF LIBRARIES

¤  INITIATE THE READER INTO THE WORLD OF YOUR FAVOURITE BOOKS!” THE BIG READ INITIATION –
A NATIONAL PROGRAMME TO POPULARIZE READING

¤  YOUTH LIBRARY AT CEGLÉD

¤  GAME ON! APPLYING GAMIFICATION IN TEACHING LIBRARY-RELATED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

¤  CONVERSATION-BASED PROGRAMMING AND IMMIGRANT INTEGRATION IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES: SWEDISH AND NORWEGIAN CASE STUDIES

¤  BOOK REVIEWS

CONTENTS

FEHÉR Miklós: Preface to this special issue
TÓTH Máté: Introduction by the guest editor

STUDIES
Developing new methods. A review about the work of relevant groups
(BOGNÁR Noémi Erika – BOGNÁR-LOVÁSZ Katalin – JÁVORKA Brigitta – SÁGHI Ilona – TÓTH Máté)

TÓTH Máté: Library activities during the Week of Communities. Data from a quick national survey

LAKI Ildikó: Quality of life and the changing role of libraries. The role and value of libraries as institutions

JUHÁSZ Erika: „Do we speak the same language…?” Communities instead of differences

BOGNÁR-LOVÁSZ Katalin: Public participation and teenagers – involving the Z generation in the life of libraries

CSÉPÁNYI Zoltán: „Initiate the reader into the world of your favourite books!” The Big Read Initiation – a national programme to popularize reading

JENEI-ECSERI Mariann: Youth library at Cegléd

EGRI Krisztina: Game on! Applying gamification in teaching library-related information technology applications

OUTLOOK
JOHNSTON, Jamie
: Conversation-based programming and immigrant integration in public libraries: Swedish and Norwegian case studies (Translated by Németh Márton)

RUKAT, Rafał: Training, service or animation? The culture-creating role of the public library in a Polish village (Abstracted by Csikász-Nagy Ágnes)

BOOK REVIEWS
Marketing revolution in libraries

BIZZLE, Ben: Start a revolution. Stop acting like a library. Chicago, ALA, 2015. 194 p.

(Reviewed by Szabó Piroska)

Changing functions, transforming library spaces and collections

Space and collections earning their keep. Transformation, technologies, retooling. Ed. Joseph Hafner, Diane Koen. Berlin, De Gruyter-Saur, cop. 2016. VI, 209 p.

(Reviewed by Szabó Piroska)

Let’s play in the library!

FOLMAR, David: Game it up! Using gamification to incentivize your library. Lanham, Rowman & Littlefield, cop. 2015. XIII, 133 p.

(Reviewed by Csikász-Nagy Ágnes)

A change of focus – public libraries’ role in building communities

EDWARDS, Julie Biando – ROBINSON, Melissa S. – UNGER, Kelley Rae: Transforming libraries building communities. The community- library. Lanham, The Scarecrow Press, 2013, XXII, 230 p.) (Reviewed by Szabó Piroska)