Postcard: Biblioteca Centro Studi Americani

Today’s postcard comes to us from¬†Sara Ammenti at the Biblioteca, Centro Studi Americani. Thank you Sara! As one of the major centers for American studies in Europe, the Library of the Center for American Studies in Rome was founded by an American author and Risorgimento scholar, who lived in Italy from 1898 until his death, […]

Free webinar: Utilizing Partnerships to Expand PD Opportunities Worldwide

We’d like to invite our community to an upcoming free webinar, organised jointly by the IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group (NPSIG) and IFLA Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning (CPDWL), supported by the American Library Association. The webinar topic is “Utilizing Partnerships to Expand Professional Development Opportunities Worldwide”, something that the ILN is of […]

Advocacy and Lobbying: working in Kosovo

              In January of 2007, I had the opportunity, through a grant from the United States government, to travel with a group of librarians from the U.S. to Pristina, Kosovo to assist in the establishment of the University Library. This was during the time when Kosovo was still not […]

#welcometomydesk – Molly Brown in New York State, USA

Today’s post comes from Molly Brown, an ILN Content Officer and a User Experience Librarian:¬†Welcome to my workspace! As part of the User Experience group at Milne Library, I share an office with two wonderful librarians and three great student workers. Our office is a dynamic place and is constantly full of faculty, students and […]

Pal up with your global library colleagues

The ILN has been running for over two years, and we’ve matched over 1500 participants with a new international connection. Lots of those connections have endured over time, well past the end of the program round. We were recently contacted by two participants from 2013 who took the time to write a piece for us […]