Federica Napolitani, Assistent Editor:
When Sally asked me to write an Editorial for this issue of JEAHIL, I accepted with great pleasure since this assignment gives me the opportunity to talk about an event which I found truly innovative. Innovation is simply a new solution which can be reused, replicated and improved in the future and which implies a certain amount of disruption with the past. The recent EAHIL Workshop, held in Stockholm (Sweden) on June 12-
14, certainly constituted a novelty in the history of EAHIL. It partly responded to the need to better diversify the format of EAHIL conferences and workshops, held alternatively every two years. A workshop, as the name itself suggests, is a more genuinely practical event, based on “hands-on” learning solutions where participants can share their experiences and can easily discuss on their own problems and raise their many questions.