Poland

IFLA CPDWL & NPSIG Webinar: Wellness for Librarians

Since March 2020 librarians, along with the entire world, have been experiencing acute levels of stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic. Recently, stressors related to civil conflict have exacerbated panic levels. How can we help our exhausted library workers serving exhausted library patrons? Which resources can help library workers with burnout and anxiety? There are no magical solutions, but by working together over time we can build networks to support each other.

  • Events
  • 16 March 2022

Together for a Better Internet: Highlights from Libraries in Poland

February is an important month for online safety education around the world, marking the annual Safer Internet Day (SID). As part of this, many educational institutions, including libraries, promote safe use of the internet and new technologies, as well as media literacy and overall online wellbeing in their communities. We interviewed New Professionals Special Interest Group Convenor Magdalena Gomułka to find out about how libraries in Poland are engaging.

  • News
  • 08 February 2022

The results are in…Real-time IFLA Global Vision voting launches next phase in the discussion

When you gather together thousands of librarians from all over the world amazing things can happen and the real-time IFLA Global Vision voting during the President’s Session at the World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) in Wrocław was no exception, producing incredible insights into the profession as it aims to create a globally united library field.

  • News
  • 24 August 2017
  • By: anonymous