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Library Project of the Month: Arctic Imagination

Each month, Princh shares a post featuring an interesting project from the library world. Want to be the next Library Project of the Month? Write us an e-mail at info@princh.com. This month we present Arctic Imagination; an international library collaboration about the disappearing ice and climate change. We have talked with Lise Bach Hansen, Head of the International Authors Scene at the Royal Danish Library in Copenhagen, who tells us more about the project.                From disturbing to defenseless In just [...]

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Well… We make the lives of library staff and patrons a little easier by offering a user friendly and innovative printing solution that was built in collaboration with Danish libraries – it’s now spreading quickly internationally.

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