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Kamishibai theater and book at Panevėžys City Public Library (Lithuania)

 Last 22th to 26th June 2020 the workshop “Kamishibai theater and book” was held in the Children literature department “Žalioji pelėda”. It was part of the children and youth art project “The theater begins from…the library! -2”. Children aged 8-11… Seguir leyendo →

Libraries in times of coronavirus: Viana Public Library (Spain) and Public Library in Aleksandrów (Poland)

Viana Municipal Library (Spain) and Public Library in Aleksandrów (Poland) continue with their longlasting cooperation agreement. During this pandemic they’ve designed an activity together: they’ve encouraged the children that normally go to the library to make drawings during the confimenent…. Seguir leyendo →

Libraries in times of coronavirus: Panevezys City Public library (Lithuania)

Children literature department “Žalioji pelėda”/Green Owl, Public library, other branches of library Šiaurinė/North, Židinys/Fireplace, Šaltinėlis/Little spring, Žiburėlis/ Flachlight, Parkas/park, Smėlynė/Sandy In difficult times of social quarantine, we took an online initiative addressed to children and adults. From March 16, we… Seguir leyendo →

Libraries in times of coronavirus: Municipal Public Library in Piekary Śląskie (Poland)

In difficult times of social quarantine, we took an online initiative addressed to children. From March 17, we have been implementing the series “A fairy tale in the library”, which consists in the fact that every day librarians read to… Seguir leyendo →

Libraries in times of coronavirus: the case of Public Library of Pittem (Belgium)

Just as many Belgian libraries, Public Library of Pittem is closed for the public, but on April 6th we started a pick-up service. People can mail a list with materials they want us to prepare. On a fixed moment we… Seguir leyendo →

Dutch libraries are open online and provide extra (remote) services

The buildings of the KB, National Library of the Netherlands and al public libraries nationwide are closed until the 28th of April and all public activities have been cancelled. Nevertheless, online content remains available to the public and our customer… Seguir leyendo →

#TheLibraryatHome: the answer of Huesca Municipal Libraries (Spain) to the coronavirus

Alicia Rey, from Huesca Municipal Libraries (Spain), has sent us the activities they’ve organized to help combat the isolation of our communities: We have organized all our activities on Internet by JItsi Meet, a platform where the participants in physical… Seguir leyendo →

Writing a fairytale together: an initiative from Katerini Public Library (Greece)

Old and young ones are staying home. We stay at home to protect our loved ones. We stay at home hoping all this will soon be over. Our motto is for all of us to become better people. That’s why… Seguir leyendo →

Platform wih online resources for the Portuguese Public Libraries

The Portuguese Directorate-General for Books, Archives and Libraries (DGLAB) has designed a tool for supporting the work of the Public Libraries in Portugal. Using a platform, they share online contents like reading suggestions, virtual exhibitions, a selection of music and… Seguir leyendo →

Library@Home: an activity for libraries in times of coronavirus

Public Libraries are always very creative when designing activities for their users. The European Public Libraries that are members of this program are serving communities that are mostly confined at their houses. The librarians themselves must work from home, trying… Seguir leyendo →

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