Learning opportunity for public librarians in Africa

EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries – www.eifl.net) is inviting African public librarians aged under 35 to apply to take part in a two-year learning initiative that will connect them to inspiring public libraries in Eastern Europe, and expose them to experiences and ideas from other developing and transition economy countries.

The initiative, titled IYALI – short for ‘Initiative Young African Library Innovators’ – aims to expand the professional horizons of African public librarians and help them see their own work and achievements in a new and different light.

The deadline for applications 6 February 2016.

Find out more about the IYALI learning experience here – http://bit.ly/2hXFpJK

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