The BibFag network

The library is the initiator and leader of a professional network consisting of employees in the central administration with library-like tasks.

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Competence development and knowledge sharing

In the BibFag network, you, as an employee in the central administration, have the opportunity to develop skills and share knowledge about library tasks.

These can be tasks such as

  • Maintenance and registration of a physical collection of books or periodicals
  • Digitisation tasks
  • Legal information search
  • Systematic subject search (database search)
  • Administration and negotiation of licenses
  • Dissemination and teaching tasks
  • Reference management
  • Research registration
  • Interlibrary loan orders

Sign up for BibFag

The personal information is deleted or anonymized on an ongoing basis as the purpose for which it was collected is completed. You can withdraw your consent to the storage of your personal data at any time. This can be done by contacting us. Read more in our privacy and personal data policy .

Exclusively for central administration employees

The network was started in 2022 and brings together employees across ministries, sectors and educational backgrounds. The participants come from different parts of the country and number more than 30 people. The common denominator for the participants of the BibFag network is that they are government employees with library tasks.

The purpose of the BibFag network

The purpose of the network is to collaborate and create a forum for knowledge exchange among employees in the central administration with library tasks.

The network's events

Under the auspices of BibFag, both physical and virtual meetings are held with internal and external presenters. The library also publishes a BibFag newsletter, which is available to all interested parties.

Participation in the network and the events is free. You can register for the network above and thereby receive invitations to the network's events directly in your inbox.

If you want to know more

You can also follow the network on the sidelines and receive information about upcoming events via our newsletter dedicated to the BibFag network's partners. The newsletter does not require membership in the network.

Become a part of the BibFag network

Information specialist Charlotte Traberg-Andersen from the Institute for Human Rights is a user of Royal Danish Library service for the central administration and member of the BibFag network. A network for employees in the central administration with library tasks.