Librarians are great specialists, not only in cataloguing or indexing books. They are passionate about music as well! For this reason we encourage all of you to take part in the first music contest for librarians: "NPSIG Music Contest 2021"!
What space do we provide – or prohibit – for music to exist inside our libraries?
Have you ever heard of a love story in a library? Among users? Among professionals? Please tell us your story, short or long!
The New Professionals Special Interest Group is in Athens, Greece, from August 21st to August 29th, 2019. And there will be many opportunities to meet!
Would you fall in love in a library? Can a place of culture, knowledge and information be a place of passion?
Have you ever made a quick judgement about someone because of what they’re wearing? Sure, we have all done it. Does this mean that the way we dress at work influences how we are perceived and categorized in society?
The New Professionals Special Interest Group is in Columbus, Ohio, from August 11th to August 19th, 2016. And there will be many opportunities to meet!
The IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group (NPSIG) and the IFLA Education and Training Section (SET) invites you to participate in the Survey of Library and Information Science New Professionals and Students.
Este es un nuevo Blog Post Andrés Reinoso, con la colaboración de Nancy Monzón en la traducción al inglés. Ambos son voluntarios de NPSIG.
This is a Guest Blog Post by Andrés Reinoso, in collaboration withNancy Monzón for the English translation. Andrés and Nancy are both NPSIG volunteers.
Nuevo Blog Post: "Nuevos Profesionales Presidentes de Asociaciones de Bibliotecas: Noticias de América Latina y el Caribe"17 July 2016
Este es un Blog Post por Loida Garcia-Febo, Miembro de la Junta de Gobierno de la IFLA, Chair del Action for Development through Libraries Programme (ALP), Co-Fundadora del Grupo de Interés Nuevos Profesionales de la IFLA.
New Blog Post: "New Professionals Presidents of Library Associations: News from Latin America and the Caribbean"17 July 2016
This is a blog post by Loida Garcia-Febo, IFLA Governing Board Member, Action for Development through Libraries Programme (ALP) Chair, New Professionals Special Interest Group Co-Founder.
Free IFLA/ALA Webinar: “Big Data: new roles and opportunities for new librarians”: Recording and presentations now available!24 June 2016
This is a post by Antoine Torrens, IFLA NPSIG Information Coordinator.
Interview with Courtney Young, American Library Association Immediate Past President, the youngest President the ALA had in the last 80+ years.
This is a blog post by Katia Shklyar, NPSIG Information Co-Coordinator.
IFLA Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning Section (CPDWL) and the New Professionals Special Interest Group (NPSIG) have partnered with the American Library Association (ALA) to present a one-hour webinar about library services to immigrants and refugees including models and best practices from different regions of the world.
Theme: "Failing successfully in a librarian's career: is a setback an opportunity to grow, or just an unwelcome incident on the road to success?" The IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group (NPSIG) invites you to submit a proposal for its open session to be held in Columbus, Ohio, USA, in August 2016.
This is a guest post by Petar Lukačić and Maja Krulić Gačan from Public library “Fran Galović”, Koprivnica, Croatia.
IFLA CPDWL and the NPSIG with the MLAS have partnered with the ALA to present a one-hour webinar supporting the new IFLA Toolkit, “Libraries and the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda”.