You asked for it: ILN now on Facebook

FB-f-Logo__blue_512In reponse to your feedback  in the mid-program survey, we have now added Facebook to the suite of ways you can get involved with the International Librarians Network. Check out our page over at and like us to get regular updates in your feed about our activities and other library and information industry news. We welcome posts from all of the ILN community so share your library news on our wall.

If you are are program participant, this might also prove the perfect time to connect with your partner in another way, through social media, or skype even,  to build on your budding connection. We loved a recent blog  comment on just this topic  from ‘Graeme028’:

As per with the survey result my correspondence had been email with my ILN partner, BUT just recently, having friended each other on Facebook, we happened to be online at the same time and had a real time chat between Australia and Romania in real time! It was very special and very good! A real highlight for me in the program thus far.



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