Meeting our network

Singapore and the World Library and Information Congress seems a long time ago now, but at the ILN we have continued to reflect on our experience and now that Round 1 is underway, we’ve even started to find time to write about it! One of the most rewarding parts of the trip was the opportunity […]

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. […]

We’re here! An update from IFLA WLIC2013

We’ve been to IFLAcamp, done some sightseeing, drunk lots of tea and after a dramatic opening ceremony, we are in WLIC2013 proper. It’s been a huge experience so far, we’ve met lots of new people, caught up with a few old friends, managed to get lost a couple of times, learned to ride the MRT […]

A postcard from Latvia and Finland

One of the great things about traveling is seeing other countries from the point of view of locals and one of the great things about being an international librarian is the chance to meet local librarians when you travel. In July I was lucky enough to to do both during my travels in Latvia and […]

You asked for it: ILN now on Facebook

In reponse to your feedback  in the mid-program survey, we have now added Facebook to the suite of ways you can get involved with the International Librarians Network. Check out our page over at facebook.com/InterLibNet and like us to get regular updates in your feed about our activities and other library and information industry news. We […]

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 […]