Head, Information Technology and Audio-Visual Material Section
Librarian, Professional Level
National Library of Thailand (NLT)
Prasittichai Lertratanakehakarn is the Head of Information Technology and Audio-Visual Material Section of the National Library of Thailand (NLT), responsible for planning, implementing and managing the Information Technology and Audio-Visual Material of NLT. He has been in the NLT since 2005. He has also worked as lecturer, trainer, and IT librarian.
Punnpa joined the National Library of Thailand (NLT) as librarian in practitioner level in 2010. She began her librarian profession at Library Research and Development Group which is the main group of NLT to plan and conduct the annual librarian professional development projects, seminars, and conferences. She is in charge on the foreign affairs, Working Committee for CONSAL XVI, the 1st-3rd Executive Board Meeting of CONSAL XVI in 2013-2015 (EB1-EB3) and the ASEAN Project of the Fine Arts Department. In 2013, she was a participant of the 2013 Cultural Partner-ship Initiative Education and Training Program for Overseas Librarians (CPI) which was held at National Library of Ko-rea for 6 months. She is currently a graduate student of Library and Information Science (LIS) and Faculty of Human-ity, Ramkamheng University.
Librarian, Practitioner Level
The National Library of Thailand
Linda received her Bachelor’s Degree in Library and Information Science in 2004 and joined the National Library of Thailand since March 2013. As a librarian, she is responsible for providing training and development activities that match staff’s career development objectives. One of her responsibilities at the library include publishing the National Library of Thailand Journal, a semi-annual publication, which gathers articles related Library and Information Science, Social Science, Linguistics and History, written by professionals and distributed to government libraries and university libraries all over Thailand. Recently, she is involved with CSR project called the National Library Network – Reading Development Activities.