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Out Now: October 2023 issue of IFLA Journal

The latest edition of IFLA Journal is now available and features eight original research articles on topics such as artificial intelligence, bibliotherapy, censorship, and copyright literacy. Also included is a case study on library training in South Africa and a review of emergency remote support and crisis-driven innovations in libraries during pandemic conditions. Read More

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  • 20 October 2023

Clare O’Hanlon’s Video Now Available!

You can now view Clare O’Hanlon’s presentation, “A continuum of LGBTIQA+ community engagement in libraries: From collections and cataloguing to book displays, bathrooms and beyond” here: VIDEO PRESENTATION Clare has given her permission to share this video for professional development purposes provided that… Read More

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  • 30 August 2018
  • By: Rachel Wexelbaum

Central Europe 2020 Bibliotherapy project

Bibliotherapy can enhance personal insight, provide information, suggest alternatives, diminish isolation, clarify emerging values, stimulate discussion and extend the counselling process outside of traditional settings Abstract: The article envisions a new international bibliotherapy project, linking libraries with mental health work, youth work and carrier… Read More

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  • 15 January 2016

Healing Books, Dedicated Librarians and Fearless Kids

Bibliotherapeutic workshops for children and youth help them to welcome every feeling as a valuable guide in exploring their inner selves, overcoming unpleasant psychological states and making self-confidence stronger In Children’s  Department of Belgrade City Library we organize a number of various, free of charge, educational… Read More

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  • 15 January 2016