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Zhejiang Province Cultural Information Resources Sharing Project Business Training Class was held in our city 2012-11-02

 

From October 29th to 31st, Zhejiang Province Cultural Information Resources Sharing Project Business Training Class was held in our city. Nearly 90 technical backbones from all levels of the province participated in the training course. Dai Yan, Director of the Department of Social and Cultural Affairs of the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture, and Zhang Wugang, Researcher of the Culture and Art Department of the Ningbo Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Film and Television, attended the opening ceremony and delivered a speech. Liu Xiaoqing, deputy director of the Zhejiang Library, presided over the meeting. This training class was held in Ningbo. It is not only an affirmation of the government's attention in the past few years, but also increased investment and a good job in the construction of cultural sharing projects. It also provided a basis for the city to lay a solid foundation and accelerate the construction of public digital culture. A rare opportunity to learn and communicate. The cultural sharing project is both a cultural innovation project and a real benefit project. Since 2002, the city has implemented cultural sharing projects. Especially in recent years, with the government's high attention and the support of cultural departments at all levels, through the extensive study and research and cooperation, the city's cultural sharing project construction development Rapidly, especially in the local special resources construction and cultural sharing project promotion and promotion has achieved certain results. At the same time, the city's cultural sharing project construction and digital library promotion project, public electronic reading room construction plan, etc., continue to promote the in-depth development of cultural sharing projects, and comprehensively promote the construction of the city's public digital cultural service system. The training class specially invited Zhang Yanbo, the former director of the National Management Center of Cultural Sharing Project, to give a lecture on "Innovation and Service of Public Digital Culture". In the lecture, he summarized the work of cultural sharing project in the past ten years from the macro level. Prospects for the innovation and development of public digital culture in the future. At the same time, in order to let everyone know and master more skills and skills, the training class specially invited teachers to teach you "some hotspots and frontier issues in the current development of library technology", "PPT production", "Library room temperature control" Such courses, these training courses closely integrated with the actual work of everyone, have been welcomed by everyone. At the same time, in order to better exchange work experience, the training class also specially arranged Wenling City Branch Center, Jiangdong District Branch Center and Lanxi City Branch Center to introduce their respective shared project work and special services, which benefited everyone. The training course summarized the work of the province's cultural sharing project in 2012 and deployed the next phase of work, and introduced the work content and key development direction of the public electronic reading room construction plan. Finally, a group discussion was held. Everyone spoke enthusiastically and put forward the problems and ideas that appeared in their work. The leaders understood and mastered the work at the grassroots level and provided ideas for the future construction of cultural sharing projects and public digital culture. The training was hosted by the Office of the Leading Group for the Cultural Information Resources Sharing Project of Zhejiang Province. It was hosted by the Zhejiang Branch and the Ningbo Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Film and Television, and the Ningbo Branch Center. (Ningbo City Library)