The BIBLIO project was presented by the DAISSy Research Group of the HOU, partner in Greece in the radio program entitled “Libraries on FM”!

The promotion of the BΙBLIO project continues dynamically through the radio frequencies! The project is honoured to be presented on the radio program entitled “Libraries on FM”, which is the first radio show ever organised in Greece that concerns Libraries! This program is an outcome of the cooperation of the Association of Greek Librarians and Information Scientists-EEVEP with the Municipal Library and the Municipal Radio Station “Communication 94FM” of the Municipality of Heraklion, Attica region, and it is organized once a week.

The BIBLIO project was presented on Friday, October 22nd 2021 (17: 00-18: 00), on the radio program coordinated by Christina Kyriakopoulou and Anthi Baliou, and edited by Frosso Pavlidou, all members of the EEVEP.

The presentation of BIBLIO was delivered by Thomas Chiotis, Archivist-Librarian, member of the working group of the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University (HOU), partner in Greece, and began with a brief description of the project content and its objectives. Then, a detailed description was made about all types of the research carried out during the implementation of the BIBLIO project as well as the research results, which led to the two emerging job role profiles in the Library world: the Community Engagement and Communication-CECO and the Digital Transformation Facilitator – DIGY. The presentation was finalized by referring to the content of the BIBLIO MOOC modules, emphasizing on the benefits of developing new skills, to be gained by those participating in the training program.

The recorded version of the radio show of EEVEP on Friday, October 22nd 2021 can be found at the following link:

https://anchor.fm/enosi-eebep/episodes/B–FM–22-10-2021-e1987aq/a-a6osn2v

👀  Stay tuned and remember to visit the site of the BIBLIO project and to check the “Stories” of the BIBLIO partners! https://www.biblio-project.eu/stories/

By DAISSy Research Group – Hellenic Open University

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