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What is the blue economy, and why is it important? Or: How a library decided to talk about the blue economy? (from Klaipeda City Municipality Imanuelis Kantas Public Library (Lithuania))

First, let’s get acquainted with the term “blue economy” – blue economy sectors include living marine resources, non-living marine resources, renewable marine energy, port operations, shipbuilding and repair, maritime transport, and coastal tourism. And the Green Deal, being a fundamental… Continue Reading →

Pay a visit to your sister: Librarians from Grabielè Petkevicaité-Bité Public Library(Lithuania) visit the Huesca Municipal Public Libraries (Spain)

On the 21st – 23rd of October, 7 librarians of Panevėžys County Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė Public Library visited several public libraries of the Aragon region in Spain. This job shadowing visit was organized as a part of the Erasmus + project… Continue Reading →

Raising awareness about European cultural heritage – A new platform for digital stories Plunge District Municipal Public Library (Lithuania)

Plungė‘s Public Library (Lithuania) is happy to annouce about the new Project in Erasmus+ Strategic partnership for adult education “We are all together to raise awarness of cultural heritage” (WAAT, 2020-LT01_KA204-077823). From December 2020, WAAT project brings together six organizations… Continue Reading →

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… Continue Reading →

New Library! Klaipeda City Municipality Imanuelis Kantas Public Library (Lithuania)

We are very happy to announce the incorporation of another Lithuanian library to the NAPLE Sister Libraries program. Klaipeda is a beautiful city in Western Lithuania, by the Baltic Sea. Klaipeda City Municipality Imanuelis Kantas Public Library serves a population… Continue Reading →

Six years of Library Cooperation: the case of Public Library in Aleksandrów (Poland) and Viana Public Library (Spain)

Public Library in Aleksandrów (Poland) and Viana Public Library (Spain) have been engaged in a sistership for six years now. This is one of the most succesful sisterships in the program, having developed a wide range of activities in cooperation… Continue Reading →

The Welcoming Library at Purchena Public Library (Spain)

We’ve started the 5th edition of the project Purchena Welcoming Library, a social library project with immigrant minors and others at risk of exclusion Welcoming Library is a project developed by the Municipal Public Library of Purchena (Andalusia) with the… Continue Reading →

“Five Senses – Five Ways to Explore”, a Project in Šiauliai county Povilas Višinskis Public Library (Lithuania)

In September, 2019, Šiauliai county Povilas Višinskis public library (hereinafter – SCPL) under the European Union program Erasmus+ carried out the project “Five Senses – Five Ways to Explore”. The project was aimed at young people with special educational needs… Continue Reading →

The Library Soul comes true at Public Library in Pittem (Belgium)

In July 2018 we disseminated through this blog a project that was looking for partners amongst the Public Libraries in Europe to apply to an Erasmus+ grant. It was called The Library Soul and involved professional photography and the recommendations… Continue Reading →

International project at Municipal Public Library in Piekary Slaskie (Poland)

On September 17-20, 2019, we were implementing the project “Education caught in the NETwork (of libraries)” New technologies – experiences of European Libraries in the context of youth and Agenda 2030.Goal 4. This project was directed to librarians from the… Continue Reading →

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