Monthly Archives: July 2010

TWIL: This Week in Libraries

Based at the Amsterdam Public Library, the Netherlands, TWIL has a weekly ‘vimeo’ post on library matters with an international flavor: The latest TWIL offering is TWIL#15, an interview with Dr Stuart Hamilton, IFLA’s Senior Policy Adviser.  It can … Continue reading

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Fasting for school libraries

I’ve just received an e-mail from the mailing list of LIASA, the Library and Information Association of South Africa, inviting members to join a 24 hour fast for school libraries, which is being organized by Equal Education ( This effort … Continue reading

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The Book: First installment

At long last I’ve posted the first installments of the book, which I have provisionally entitled International and comparative librarianship: a thematic approach. I’m making it available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license. This license means that you … Continue reading

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