ILN is heading to Singapore for the IFLA WLIC

'Singapore' by Adrian Zweger http://www.flickr.com/photos/azwegers/6222537748/in/photostream/

‘Singapore’ by Adrian Zweger http://www.flickr.com/photos/azwegers/6222537748/in/photostream/

This August, our program coordinators, Alyson, Clare and Kate, are packing up and jetting to Singapore for the IFLA World Library and Information Congress.

We  are there to present a conference poster reviewing our pilot program but we will also be promoting the next round of the ILN program which kicks off in September.

During our stay in Singapore  we will be attending IFLACamp2 as well as the entire congress. We are looking forward to hearing about what’s happening this year in libraries and meeting librarians from around the globe.

We are particularly keen to meet any of our participants, potential participants  or followers who will be at the IFLA WLIC or in Singapore during this period (15-23 August 2013).   So please comment below, tweet us @InterLibNet or send us an email  and let us know you are going to be in Singapore during this time.  If there is enough interest we’d love to arrange an ILN get together.

For Singapore Locals – whilst we will have a busy stay in Singapore we welcome opportunities to come and talk about ILN so please also send us an email if you would like us to come visit your library!

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