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On the first day, we will have an evening together in the foyer of the 5th and 6th floors of the Faculty of Science of UPOL (and also on the two roof terraces). We will start around 6:30 p.m. and the end is open. The program is free, the entertainment relaxed.
Come try virtual reality, eye care or sail through a digital odyssey in room N14.
Swap of Library Classics
Are your shelves overflowing with mugs? Do you have more bookmarks than books? And a bag for more bags?
How about a little design change?
Reaching into your library stacks, tea will taste just as good (if not better) in a mug from the library in Prague, even if you drink it in Brno.
Bring and swap piece for piece, let the libraries connect nicely and you’ll remember your colleagues in Budejovice when you put potatoes in their bag in Liberec.
And if you don’t have the classics (raised eyebrows), bring what you have, change, share, comment on the graphics and style.
Swap available on Wednesday 13 September from 8:30am – 5:30 pm in the first floor room N14 (Come and try).
Red Church Tours
The Red Church is a newly established cultural and educational centre of the Scientific Library in Olomouc. We offer tours as an accompanying program for conference participants. Those will be in Czech language. For English tour, ask at the registration point upon arrival.
Wednesday, September 13, meeting point at 5:30 p.m. at the cloakroom of the Faculty of Education (in Czech languange) and Thursday, September 14, meeting at 2 p.m. at the cloakroom of the Faculty of Education (in Czech languange).
Joint library run along the banks of the Morava River (ATTENTION: new route compared to previous years!). Easy flat course of about 8 km, combination of asphalt and easy trail. Run at your own risk and responsibility, personal safety must be observed (the route crosses the road). It is not a race, the pace is up to everyone, we run for fun!
Meeting on September 13 at 6:15 p.m. on the waterfront behind the Dormitories of gen. Svoboda: https://mapy.cz/s/pupoveceha