Monthly Discussion: Censorship part 3

We’re rounding up our discussion of censorship this month with the final post from Michelle Tisdel, and a look at a recent censorship challenge in the US. Happy reading! Preserving information about censorship Beacon for Freedom of Expression It is not easy to find comprehensive information on censorship in a global perspective. In the final […]

Monthly Discussion: Censorship part 2

We’re continuing our discussion of censorship this month with the next installment of a series on the history and modern expression of censorship. This series was written for us by Michelle A. Tisdel, Research Librarian at the National Library of Norway and Coordinator of Beacon for Freedom of Expression, an international bibliographic database about censorship and […]

Monthly Discussion: Censorship part 1

For the third month of the ILN program we’d like to discuss censorship, including how it happens around the world and what it means for our work. We are lucky to have a guest writer for this month, Michelle A. Tisdel, Research Librarian at the National Library of Norway and Coordinator of Beacon for Freedom […]

Conference follow up: further reading

We hope that our program participants are having some good discussions about conferences: how to make the most of them and who their dream conference speaker would be. Amy Barker, ILN Program Coordinator, has done a bit of web trawling for us and come up with a few resources to help you plan future conference […]

Monthly Discussion: Round One Begins

Round One has kicked off and if you signed up to participate you should now have an email with  contact information for your peer-mentor. For round one we have 392 participants from 40 countries which creates a whopping 196 partnerships! If Twitter is anything to go by, you are all excited to begin your partnerships. […]

Monthly discussion: a moment of reflection

Welcome to August. This is a rather significant month for us, because this is the final month in the ILN pilot program. We’re proud to have reached this point, and our discussion topic for August is reflection. The importance of reflection on our professional practice can’t be understated. It is through reflection that we consolidate […]

Monthly Discussion: The future of the profession

As volunteer-run organisation, ILN is full of people from different parts of the library industry. As well as being Program Coordinators for ILN, we all play a number of roles in libraries as do our Country Coordinators. This month’s discussion topic has been inspired by one of our coordinators, Alyson Dalby, who amongst her other […]

Monthly discussion: Making connections

This month’s discussion topic comes to us as a guest post from Sally Pewhairangi, one of our ILN participants from New Zealand. Sally blogs at Finding Heroes and you can find her on twitter as well. Sally’s post about the Maori world view ponders the nature of the connections we make, both in person and […]