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SILVER DISTINCTION for the Municipal Library of the Municipality of Katerini (Greece) “Best City Awards 2023”

Library – “Example of Inclusion and Redevelopment of Abandoned Spaces” in Category: “Social Cohesion & Sustainable Development” The Silver Award of the Best City Awards, which reward Innovation and Quality of Life in Greek cities, was awarded to the Municipal… Continue Reading →

Eventful year in the Iisalmi City Library (Finland)

In our library the year 2022 has been both return to normal and a change to implement projects which we have been eagerly waiting. After two years of restrictions, we finally got the chance to do our Erasmus+ mobilities to… Continue Reading →

The impressive literary graffiti on Purchena public library façade (Spain)

A gigantic literary graffiti gives life and color to the façade of the Public Library in Purchena.On the occasion of its 40th anniversary, this public library now shows off a grandiose mural with dozens of large-scale books with titles of… Continue Reading →

Seniors Crafts Club in Šiauliai City Municipality Public Library has been operating for 10 years already! (Lithuania)

A group of seniors who have been engaged in handicrafts in the Reference Department of Šiauliai City Municipality Public Library since 2012, has grown into a club and is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. In order to commemorate the… Continue Reading →

Project “SDGs: Together we change the world”

The Municipal Library Camilo Castelo Branco, in Vila Nova de Famalicão, has just won the Maria José Moura Award – Good Practices in Municipal Public Libraries 2020 (7th Edition), with the project “ODS: Together we change the world”. In its… Continue Reading →

Interview with Julie Ann Winkelstein

Julie Ann Winkelstein worked as a librarian for the Alameda County Library system for 20 years: from jails and prison librarian to Family Literacy coordinator to children’s and young adult librarian. In 2012 she received her PhD in Communication and… Continue Reading →

Interview: “The key to success of the women’s empowerment project: if I don’t believe in it, it won’t work, but if I do- it is already half of success”

When the door of the library opens, the natural association is – books! But libraries are closer to us and closer to the communities than we can imagine. The word “community” is strange as it seems that everyone belongs to… Continue Reading →

“Caixas-biblioteca” from Municipal Library “Camilo Castelo Branco”(Portugal)

With the intention of promoting books and reading as a reference for the occupation of the free time of the elderly, empowering them with new forms of contact with the world of literature and writing, the project SPACE S(énior), which… Continue Reading →

14th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference 2022

We would like to invite you to participate in the 14th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference 2022 (QQML International Conference) . It can be interesting for the whole library community to share theses events that encourage the… Continue Reading →

Nordic Literature Week 2021 at Children Literature Department “Žalioji pelėda“ (Panevezys Elena Mezginaite Public library)(Lithuania)

The Nordic Literature Week is a read-aloud event, where the same Nordic literature related to a chosen theme is read out loud at the same time across the Nordic and Baltic countries. In November, when it is the darkest time… Continue Reading →

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