Welcome to the first major conference on artificial intelligence and machine learning in the international library community - in Oslo, Norway, December 5th 2018.
Oslo in early December is very close to the snow and the mountains in Norway so take the opportunity and get a glimpse of the natural wonders of Norway. As you may know, Norwegians like to think of their country as the cradle of skiing, so try a crash course in cross-country skiing, or take trip to the snow-capped mountain peaks.
A sizable section of northern Norway is located within the Arctic Circle. Here, the spectacular Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, can be seen during winter.
For indoors activity we have a great Viking museum where you can see more than a thousand years old Viking ships on display.
How to get there
Airport: Oslo airport serves as the main gateway to Norway and Oslo.
Airport transfer: Oslo Airport has excellent ground transport connections to and from the airport.
The train takes about 20 minutes from the airport to Oslo central station situated in the city centre.
Oslo offers a vide range of accommodation possibilities.
Oslo is a small town with short distances.
The venue is about 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre.
The National library of Norway
Address: Henrik Ibsens gate 110, Solli plass
The building that houses the National library of Norway was originally built as a university library. The house opened in 1914, and the university library was at that time responsible for traditional National Library-functions. The National library was established in 1989, and are situated both in Oslo and in Mo i Rana.