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Carme Fenoll i Clarabuch

Carme Fenoll i Clarabuch (Palafolls, 1977) has been Head of the Libraries Service of the Generalitat de Catalunya Catalan Government since 2012. She studied Library and Information Science (University of Barcelona) and Documentation (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya-UOC), and has postgraduate studies in documentation and a master’s in cultural management. She is currently documentation study tutor at the UOC.

Fenoll started out as a librarian at Pineda de Mar and Poblenou libraries. In 1999 and 2000, she was director of Banyoles Library and, from 2000 to 2012, Palafrugell Library. In her career as a librarian, she set up projects like Arteca (loan of artworks), Bibsons, Wiki Loves BibliotequesCAT (collaboration with Viquipèdia, Wikipedia in Catalan), 10x10 (meetings of editors and librarians) and Biblioteques amb DO.

Update: 9 July 2015


Has participated in

The Library. Imaginary and History of an Idea

An Endless Collection. In Praise of the Library

Lecture by Jordi Puntí

Innovation in Libraries

Carme Fenoll (Biblioteques de la Generalitat), Maribel Riaza, Carme Galve (Biblioteca Jaume Fuster) and Albert Díaz (Centre de Documentació del Museu del Disseny de Barcelona). Moderator: Javier Celaya (Dosdoce)