Tag Archive for 'learning'

The 10-Minute International Librarian #41: Check out the research

IFLA is all about providing spaces for exchange and learning. But its not possible to be in every meeting, and even catching up afterwards online can be a lot. Fortunately, many of the reflections and ideas shared in conferences also find their ways into articles and books that explore key […]

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Introducing: the 10-Minute Digital Librarian

Following on from previous IFLA series – the 10-Minute Library Advocate, and the ongoing 10-Minute International Librarian – we are happy today to launch a new one – the 10-Minute Digital Librarian. Just like the other series, this will focus on actions you can take which do not necessarily require […]

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The 10-Minute International Librarian #37: Think of a learning resource you can create

We all have knowledge and experience that we can share, just as we all have things to learn from others. If you completed our 31st 10-Minute International Librarian exercise, you will already have thought about what it is that you can offer. Of course, effective sharing of knowledge can be […]

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Libraries on the Road to Recovering and Revitalising Education

2021’s International Day of Education (24 January) carries a different weight than it has in past years. Although universal access to education is well-established as a human right, as well as a driver of sustainable development, the COVID-19 pandemic has added a new-found urgency, as well as a new set […]

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The 10-Minute International Librarian #33: Make a Library Resolution

It’s a cliché, but the start of a new year is a good time to make plans and commitments. Before things get too busy, you can identify things you can do differently – and hopefully better – and so grow in your job. You may not know what the outcome […]

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The 10-Minute International Librarian #30: Think about how you can make meetings more engaging and inclusive

Meetings should be a great opportunity to share and learn from colleagues. The shift to digital tools has made it easier than ever to connect with a wider range of people, brining huge potential. However, of course, potential is not always reality, and Zoom-fatigue can easily set in. While this […]

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Building Capacity in Copyright: Gathering existing resources

In 2019, IFLA’s Advisory Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters (CLM) and the Information Literacy Section represented by its former chair Lisa Hinchliffe, are exploring the theme of copyright literacy education in library associations. The presentation of the research carried out by Lisa Hinchliffe, Kaylen Dwyer and Jayde Rose […]

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