Workshop at the ABF Congress (June 2018)

2018.06.12 | Jessica Chaudet

This past weekend,  from June 7th to 9th,  Raphaëlle Bats and Benoît Epron (Enssib, France)  attended the 64th edition of the Congress of the French Librarians' Association (ABF).

They met with LIS professionals to think, exchange and work around the question "What are libraries for ?". It was an eventful week-end, swarming of the desire to innovate and push forward libraries.

Raphaëlle Bats and Benoît Epron  conducted a workshop which focused on the documentation of participatory practices. It was a buzz,  with 100 people participating !

We thank each of them for their collaboration, and we will make good use of the results of this session in the upcomming PLACED project work.

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Tags: PLACED, placed project, ABF, libraries, workshop, particpatory design