A day in the life in Bhutan: Guest post from Sonam Wangdi

Today’s post comes to us from our Country Coordinator for Bhutan, Sonam Wangdi. I work in a Government based research and training institute library at Bumthang district, Bhutan. The library has only two staff, the librarian and librarian assistant. Both of us perform every bit of library task to meet the needs of patrons’ demand. Generally, […]

Guest post: A very special Sunday in the library

Today’s post comes from our France Country Coordinator, Manuel Huygen. It has been impossible to avoid seeing coverage of the Paris attacks this week. We are honoured and privileged to have this perspective from one of our ILN family and can only say that our thoughts are with our French colleagues and their families as they come to […]

Calling for country coordinators

We are getting ready for the next round of the ILN program, due to start in March 2015 and while we are always happy to receive applications for country coordinators, we are currently actively recruiting. Our country coordinators are volunteers like the rest of the ILN team, so they do come and go from the position […]

Guest post: The day of Croatian libraries

This post comes to us from our Croatia Country Coordinator, Dunja Holcer. Croatian Library Association, an umbrella association of Croatian librarians, and a member of IFLA and EBLIDA, through its work and actions seeks to raise awareness about the importance and role of the libraries (school, public, university, special) in the establishment and development of […]

Books glorious books: Adrienne Hannan

Today’s answer to the 3 questions posed in our discussion topic come from Adrienne Hannan, the ILN Country Coordinator for New Zealand: 1.I belong to GoodReads with a work profile, rather than a personal profile. I use it to connect with colleagues so we can share the books we have been reading. My library system […]