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Webinar Recording: Going from disaster to wonder – Managing successful teams

Missed this webinar? Find the recording below! in collaboration with IFLA’s Management and Marketing Section (M&M) and the American Library Association (ALA), this webinar focused on how to create and keep successful teams, covering issues such as dealing with conflicts, managing staff you haven’t inherited, helping the teams work toward […]

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CPDWL & NPSIG’s Library Meme Contest on Dec 4-6!

Save the date and celebrate #InternationalVolunteersDay in December 4-6 with us & New Professionals Special Interest Group! We are excited for our first library meme contest! Be sure to tag us & #WeAreIFLA and #InternationalVolunteersDay!  Read here for more info: http://tinyurl.com/libmeme We like to thank SkillType for their amazing prizes to […]

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CPDWL goes to WeChat

Are you a WeChat user? Connect with CPDWL members and librarians through WeChat! We are excited to have you join us in this conversation! Open to all interested in LIS professional development work! Search the WeChat Group Name: IFLA CPDWL SC or search in the QR code (it expires every […]

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#WeAreCPDWL Video in IFLA’s 7 Official Languages

We are excited to showcase #WeAreCPDWL video (2 minutes) that highlights our Section’s 2019-2020 activities and collaborations. Our CPDWL standing committee members Ulrike Lang, Heba Ismail, Juanita Jara De Sumar, Constance Lehro Koui, Carmen Ka Man Lei, and Svetlana Gorokhova translated the video respectively. English // English (with voice for accessibility) // […]

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Library of the year in Sweden 2020 – not a library by Catharina Isberg

Every year a library in Sweden is nominated as Library of the year. This year there were huge changes. The nomination is carried out by DIK, the Swedish union for library, culture and information. And this prize has been given for the last 30 years. The purpose of Library of […]

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Turn the page and start advocating for your library

In 2011, I was one of the librarians who enrolled in e-training course entitled: Turning the page 2.0. It was originally developed in 2007 by the Public Library Association (PLA) in the USA in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Turning the page is one of the great […]

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UNESCO Global Media and Information Literacy: Singapore style

          Singapore celebrates UNESCO’s Global Media and Information Literacy (GMIL) Day on 30th October 2020 The Council of Chief Librarian’s Information Literacy Interest Group (CCL IL-IG), with the support of the Library Association of Singapore (LAS), is organising an online conference: Information Literacy – The Singapore […]

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