In advance of IFLA 2011 in Puerto Rico next week, American Libraries magazine is providing a special preview of our Fall 2011 International Supplement. The preview is embedded below and will also be available as a hand-out in the Expo Center at the World Library and Information Congress in San Juan.
After touring libraries throughout the German state of Bavaria as part of a library-visiting program dealing with information literacy training, I decided to extend that rewarding experience by taking part in the German–U.S. Librarian Exchange Opportunity cosponsored by the American Library Association and Berufsverband Information Bibliothek (BIB).
Draped on the exterior of the Palace of Culture and Science, a gigantic digitally altered photograph of Marie Składowska Curie welcomed readers to the May 12 opening day of the four-day Warsaw Book Fair in Poland.
Carolyn Robertson, libraries and information manager for Christchurch City Libraries and president of the Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa, which serve one of the New Zealand cities hard-hit by the February 22 earthquake, emailed ALA International Relat
A March 29 press release from the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions announces a contract signed between IFLA and the Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development to “enable joint action to save Haiti’s still-vulnerable arc