How Stuff Works has posted a great article for everyone out there who dreads the idea of networking. The post count down the 10 Networking Tips for People Who Hate Networking. If you’ve been thinking about growing your network, applications for the next round of ILN are now open. Want to know more? See […]
LIBRARY 2.014 - October 8 + 9, 2014 The fourth annual Library 2.014 Worldwide Virtual Conference about the future of libraries is scheduled for October 8-9, 2014. The conference will once again be held entirely online around the clock in multiple languages and time zones. Everyone is invited to participate in this free forum designed to foster […]
Want to build your professional network and learn about librarianship around the world? Love the idea of professional travel but just don’t have the budget? The International Librarians Network (ILN) is for you. The ILN peer mentoring program is a facilitated program aimed at helping librarians develop international networks. We are pleased to announce the […]
We are between rounds of the ILN program and it has become a tradition for us to call for volunteers at this time to work with us as Country Coordinators. Country coordinators act as liaison points for each country. If you are in Poland, for example, and you want to know more about the program, […]
Querying Libraries is a new blog by Steven Chang, a librarian living and working in Melbourne, Australia. Steven’s blog reflects on what its like to be a new as a health librarian in a public hospital; which has its own set of pressures and responsibilities compared to many other roles in our profession. (and […]
Book Patrol (libraries) – This blog describes itself as the ‘haven for book culture’ and the libraries section definitely keeps the theme with historic photos, reading trends, library advocacy and lots of news. Be sure to check out their coverage of the Books meet robotics in the Book Hive, just amazing.