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The IFLA Guidelines for Library Services to Children age 0-18 in a Nutshell

By Salomon Hellman, Librarian, Stockholms stadsbibliotek, Sweden In 2018 we released the IFLA Guidelines for Library Services to Children aged 0-18, a completely revised version of the previous Guidelines from 2003. With the Guidelines we provide up-to-date knowledge and professional insight for all of you strategically planning… Read More

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  • 23 May 2021

The World Through Picture Books 3rd edition – How Does My Country Get Involved?

By Claire Stuckey, Children’s Librarian retired, Central Coast Council – Gosford, Australia With this programme the Libraries for Children & Young Adults Section is celebrating and promoting the language, culture and quality of children’s book publishing from over 50 countries. In 2021 the Section’s WTPB working group started preparations… Read More

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  • 23 May 2021

Going Digital: Bringing the Library to Teens in the New Normal

By Ms Siti Aisyah Binte Abdul Nasir, Deputy Head (Children & Teens) | Programmes and Exhibitions, Archives and Libraries Group, National Library Board, Singapore In Singapore, the National Library Board (NLB) runs 27 public libraries, with teens making up about 10% of our patrons. When the COVID-19 pandemic came… Read More

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  • 22 May 2021

Assess Progress on Preservation and Access to Documentary Heritage

IFLA has created this checklist to help with the challenges of implementing the 2015 UNESCO Recommendation. This Checklist will help you self-assess the different policies and practices of national governments and institutions and identify where more support is needed. Read More

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  • 19 March 2020
  • By: anonymous