Experiments

Since 2005, the Bpi contributes to the acquisition and the availability of Self-study resources for the public libraries that have self-study areas.
The contracts with the publishers allow in-person access to the resources in the libraries as well as remotely.
 
This experimental system aims at encouraging the development of services to accompany self-study in public libraries, during this era of life-long training. It should also make it possible to measure needs and in this way to be better equipped for the negotiations with the publishers.
 
The Bpi, via the Self-study Service and the Cooperation Delegation, ensure the monitoring of the use, upgrading, evaluation and training for this resource.

In connection with this experiment in offering remote-access self-study resources in partnership with 19 libraries, the Bpi organises meetings for the network. The Bpi also organises information days for the presentation of self-study tools: meeting the publishers, discovering new products and responding to your questions...

Five self-study resources offered

Five self-study resources offered

Published on 2016/10/03
  • Self-study
ENI : Parcours d'évaluation et de formation e-learning aux logiciels de bureautique. 3 parcours "niveaux" pour chaque logiciel : http://www.reseaucarel.org/eni-mediaplus-elearning Capturator : Captura...
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Nineteen partner institutions

Nineteen partner institutions

Published on 2018/03/19
  • Access to the collections
19 libraries are partners and make available self-study resources remotely via the Bpi.
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photo Delphine Nicolas, Bibliothèque publique d'information, (cc-By-NC-ND 2.0)

Accueil d'associations du champ social le jeudi matin

Published on 2015/01/30
  • Self-study
La Bpi a présenté les permanences d'accueil des associations du champ social au forum des relais culturels de la mission Vivre Ensemble à la Gaité Lyrique le 23 janvier.  
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