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New projects in Ivan Tavčar Škofja Loka Public Library (Slovenia) during the lock-down

As the library is the community service, we haven’t been closed for a long period. There were few weeks of lock-down in spring. During the summer  as the circumstances allowed, we served our visitors as in time before the pandemy. Now… Seguir leyendo →

Reading During Pandemic: The Library Encourages to Rediscover Books in Innovative Ways. Povilas Višinskis Šiauliai County Public Library (Lithuania)

In March, 2020, due to the global COVID-19 epidemic, the country’s economy and people’s normal rhythm of life were disrupted after the quarantine was announced in Lithuania. This unprecedented event has, both, limited the opportunities to provide cultural services and… Seguir leyendo →

Lithuanian public libraries welcome people with autism

Public libraries are public institutions and should be available to anyone. However, in reality – it is not always the case. Parents that have children with autism spectrum disorder often avoid public places because in most cases those places are… Seguir leyendo →

Waiting for Christmas at Panevėžys City Elena Mezginaitė Public Library (Lithuania)

Panevėžys City Elena Mezginaitė Public Library, waiting for Christmas, offered its visitors various events, educations and competitions. We would like to share some more interesting activities. One of the library branch –  Smėlynė Library announced the competition  „Christmas sounds” and… Seguir leyendo →

International Art Competition “Let’s do something for the climate”: a cooperation activity by Municipal Public Library in Piekary Śląskie and 3 of its Sisters

The Municipal Public Library in Piekary Śląskie (Poland) invited three libraries jointed to the Sister Libraries program (Klaipėda County I. Simonaitytė Public Library in Lithuania, Nice Municipal Libraries in France, Huesca Municipal Libraries in Spain) to co-organize the international art… Seguir leyendo →

Engaging virtual English conversations in the time of pandemic: Panevėžys County Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė Public Library (Lithuania)

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, libraries lost the opportunity to interact directly with their visitors so most of them are currently trying to provide as many remote services as possible by keeping in touch with the existing users and… Seguir leyendo →

Project “Latice“ at the library – distance is not an issue

Public Library “Fran Galovic” Koprivnica is well known for its programs created for vulnerable social groups such as blind and visually impaired, elderly, unemployed, and programs for Roma people which have been awarded international prizes. Since 2008, our library cooperates… Seguir leyendo →

Remote Meetings Space, a project in Panevėžys Elena Mezginaitė Public Library (Lithuania)

Panevėžys Elena Mezginaitė Public Library participates in the program for the development of new products and / or services of cultural and art organizations. The project Remote Meetings Space “Virtual Meetings ”was submitted to the Lithuanian Culture Council and partial… Seguir leyendo →

Drawing exhibition: a collaborative activity from Public Library in Aleksandrów (Poland) and Viana Public Library (Spain)

The public library of Viana has prepared a new activity with Aleksandrow, our sister library: a drawing exhibition! Last April, during confinement, both libraries prepared a virtual exhibition of drawings made by children from our public schools, from 3 to… Seguir leyendo →

News from the NAPLE sistership between Iisalmi City Library and Edinburgh Libraries

Iisalmi City Library (Finland) and Edinburgh Libraries (Scotland) have been NAPLE Sister Libraries since the beginning of 2019. The correspondence between libraries has been active and we have been keeping in touch with emails and Skype meetings. We have also… Seguir leyendo →

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