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Edinburgh City Libraries

New Sistership! Edinburgh City Libraries (Scotland) – Iisalmi City Library (Finland)

We are very happy to announce a new sistership in the Program: Edinburgh City Libraries (Scotland) is now connected with Iisalmi City Library (Finland). They’ve connected via Skype to discuss the activities they’ll be developing in cooperation. With this new… Seguir leyendo →

The Edinburgh Fiction Map, an activity from Edinburgh City Libraries

Edinburgh Libraries’ Digital Team have created a Fiction Map of their city. Using the Google Map interface, they have pinpointed stories where they intersect with places in Edinburgh. They’ve discovered that this is a really popular tool for people to discover new… Seguir leyendo →

Libraries Without Sisters!!

We have thought it would be a good idea to publish a list of the libraries which don’t have a sister yet so that they can be easily checked by anyone interested in being their sisters. We will update this… Seguir leyendo →

Edinburgh City Libraries Nominated for the Connect Awards

We have good news today! Liz McGettigan from Edinburgh City Libraries, Scotland, informs us that they are nominated for 4 categories of the Connect Awards. Edinburgh City Libraries and Information ICT Team are finalists for the Connect Citizen Award, Connect Innovate Award,… Seguir leyendo →

Meet our Libraries: New Pictures from Edinburgh City Libraries

Today we have new pictures from our latest library in the programme: Edinburgh City Libraries! Remember that they are looking for sister libraries in any of the participating countries! As always, you will find some more pictures under their name… Seguir leyendo →

First Scottish Library in NAPLE!

Today we welcome Edinburgh City Libraries to NAPLE Sister Libraries! It is the first Scottish library to participate in the programme! Edinburgh City Libraries ( @TalesOfOneCity on Twitter) are willing to have sister libraries in any country in the programme and… Seguir leyendo →

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