TK Forum 2015 “Library Futures : Challenges and Trends”

In the technological age where knowledge-seeking and learning behavior has changed, we can access an enormous amount of information from the internet. So, can public learning venues like libraries retain their role and cater to the thirst for knowledge among the new generation? Will these repositories of treasured tomes and the wisdom of the ages still be important to society? What will libraries look like in the future if they cannot adapt to change? What role can they play?


TK park cordially invites you to come along and listen, think and analyze the role of libraries and follow changes and adaptations of libraries as expounded by world-class thinkers who will address a range of topics on the theme of “Library Futures : Challenges and Trends” at the TK Forum 2015.

Thursday ,July 16, 2015 8.30 - 17.30
Arnoma Grand at Arnoma Hotel Bangkok
Registration closed.
For more information Tel : 02-264-5963 to 65 Ext. 112
       (Academic Section)
Topics of the talks and presentations:
“Futures and the Library: emerging issues, scenarios and visions of the changing library”
by Mr. Sohail Inayatullah, Australia
“Challenges in transforming libraries from collection centered to user centered organisations”
by Mr. Jens Thorhauge, Denmark
“Manchester Libraries - Transformation and Renewal”
by Mr. Neil MacInnes, UK
“Learning Space, Community Space, Maker Space”
by Mr. Pornthep Chatpinyakoop, Director of KMUTT Learning Square,
Mr.Titinant Jotinandanana by AIS,
Mr. Pattaraporn Bodhisuwan, CEO & Co-founder of Maker Zoo
TK Forum 2014
Special lecture on “What does a thinking-outside-the-box teacher discover at a non-traditional school?” by Wichian Chaibung (presented at TK Forum 2014)
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Special lecture on “Knowledge sources and learning patterns in the digital era for all ages”by Vorasuang Duangchinda (presented at TK Forum 2014)
TK Forum 2014
Special lecture on “Literacy is Not Enough”by Ian Jukes (presented at TK Forum 2014)