Monthly Archive for September, 2020

US-Russia Library Dialogue

September 15, 16 @ 10am ET. Dear Colleagues: Join us! This event might be of interest to you. “Libraries Raise to the Challenge: Meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals in the Times of a Global Pandemic.” Join us US-Russia Library Dialogue September15 and16 at 5pm Moscow / 10am New York time. Follow […]

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Libraries and sustainability: Online seminar September 24, 2020

Libraries and Sustainability: the 17 development goals of the UN agenda 2030 in the focus of libraries worldwide. The German Library Association dbv  will present activities from Australia, France, United States and Germany. Speakers are: Raphaelle Bats, International Relations Officer  of the National School of Libraries and Information Sciences (Enssib), France […]

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Librarians and Global Work: An Interview with Jana de Brauwere

Despite the pandemic, there are librarians still conducting global work and research. Jana de Brauwere is one such librarian who still continues to actively connect to global library work! I had a chance to speak with her about recent project. In this interview, you’ll learn about Jana’s work and interests! […]

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REALM Project Update: Test 4 Results Announced

At this very moment, library workers are working very hard to ensure safety for their workers and users. One project focuses testing materials. The REALM project also known as “Reopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums” has recently published the results of the fourth round of Battelle’s laboratory testing for COVID-19 on five […]

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Online Conferences and Learning: An Interview with Jane Dysart

Photo: Jane Dysart I was lucky to speak with Jane Dysart, a member of IFLA’s Knowledge Management Standing Committee and Continuing Professional Development Committee and Workplace Learning Standing Committee! We talked about her work in supporting online professional development learning, LIS trends and what’s in store for her upcoming virtual […]

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