Picture of Michael LjungbergMichael Ljungberg

Digital developer, the Public Libraries of Køge

Michael has worked for Køge Public Library and Køge Municipality for 3 years. Primarily as a webmaster for the librarys website but also as an administrator of the municipality's CMS, where he support more than a hundred webeditors.

Lately he's also been working on various projects inclucing requirements for a new CMS and purchasing a CMS. Michael has also been a technical consultant on various national projects for libraries like The library index" and Bogbidder.

Much of Michael's work is oriented towards accessibility and standards - resulting in two consecutive first places in "Bedst på Nettet" with the library's website. Providing information to different audiences in various ways is also a big factor in his everyday work.

Michael comes from a background as a Master of Library and Information Science and is currently working on a masters degree in Software Development at the IT-University in Copenhagen. He is always trying to keep up to date on the latest technology and to find a practical use for it in his daily work.

In his spare time Michael is a big reader of everything from science fiction to Jane Austen - preferably with a Single Malt close at hand - and he also likes running and hiking.

the Public Libraries of Køge

Køge Bibliotekerne is the public library for Køge municipality.



Wednesday, November 5th: 15.45 - 16.45

Track: E-gov Challenges

Meeting the users - anywhere

Interaction in the physical library through QR-codes. How to meet and engage the users in any situation by sending content to their mobile phones. Also a discussion of QR-codes and thoughts on mobiles and the next generation of the library's website.