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Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries: Heikki Lahnaoja from Pyhäjoki Municipal Library (Finland)

Heikki Lahnaoja, is the head librarian at Pyhäjoki Municipal Library. He came to Madrid last  6th October to give a presentation in the Meeting on Small and Medium Libraries that took place in the Regional Library of Madrid. He came with Antero Tervonen, from the education… Seguir leyendo →

Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries: Pepe Zumel, from Chinchon Public Library (Spain)

As we announced last September 20th, Chinchón Municipal Library (Spain) has invited the librarians from their Sister Library Pyhäjoki Municipal Library (Finland) to a one-day Conference so they could exchange experiences. This Conference will take place next 6th October in the… Seguir leyendo →

Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries: Kaisa Kytömäki, from Sastamala Public Library (Finland)

Today in our interviews Section we have the pleasure of introducing Kaisa Kytömäki, from Sastamala Public Library in Finland. This was one of the first libraries to join NAPLE Sister Libraries, more than 2 years ago, practically the same time it’s… Seguir leyendo →

Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries: Dijana Sabolović-Krajina, from “Public Library “Fran Galovic” in Koprivnica (Croatia)

 We are back with the first interview of 2014! The library to be featured is the “Public Library “Fran Galovic”  in Koprivnica, the first Croatian library in our interviews section! we have the pleasure of introducing  Dijana Sabolović‐Krajina, the director of the library. “Public… Seguir leyendo →

Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries: Simona Resman, from Ljubljana City Library (Slovenia)

Today in our interviews Section we have the pleasure of introducing  Simona Resman, Assistant Director at the Ljubljana City Library. It is the first Slovenian library in our Interviews Section! Ljubljana City Library was one of the first libraries to participate  in… Seguir leyendo →

Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries: Kathleen Dubois, from Library Tielt-Winge (Belgium)

Here we come back today with another interview. This time we have Kathleen Dubois from the Library Tielt-Winge  from Belgium. It is the first Belgian library to be interviewed!   Bibliotheek Tielt-Winge was the first Belgian library to participate  in the programme,… Seguir leyendo →

Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries: Anunciação Gaspar, from Lousada Municipal Library (Portugal)

We inaugurate this autumn season of interviews with Anunciação Gaspar, the Librarian in charge of the Lousada Municipal Library (Portugal)! This way Lousada is the first Portuguese library to be interviewed! Lousada is one of the 5 Portuguese Libraries that are already… Seguir leyendo →

Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries: Valentina Grinevičienė, from Kaunas County Public Library (KCPL) in Lithuania.

 Today in our interviews Section we have the pleasure of introducing Valentina Grinevičienė, from the Kaunas County Public Library (KCPL) in Lithuania.   KCPL is one of the 4 Lithuanian Libraries that are currently participating in the programme, and it… Seguir leyendo →

Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries. Today: Loly León, from Arucas Municipal Library (Spain)

Welcome to our second interview we make as part of our series:  Interviews with Sister Libraries.  This time the library to be featured is from Spain. The Arucas Municipal Library  is located in Gran Canaria, one of the Canary Islands, Spain…. Seguir leyendo →

New Section! Interviews with NAPLE Sister Libraries.Today: Aleksandra Zawalska-Hawel from the Municipal Public Library in Piekary Slaskie

Today we are presenting a new Section: Interviews with Sister Libraries. We will be regularly interviewing the librarians that make possible that this programme is working, the professionals responsible for the programme in our sister libraries. We will learn more… Seguir leyendo →

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