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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, [...]

By | November 16th, 2017|Project of the Month, Public Libraries|0 Comments

Library Project of the Month: Naple Sister Libraries

Each month, Princh shares a post featuring an interesting project from the library world. Want to be the next Library Project of the Month? Get in touch with us here! This month, we present Naple Sister Libraries, a cooperation program that enables public libraries in the countries of the European Union to get in [...]

By | October 18th, 2017|Project of the Month, Public Libraries|0 Comments

How can a new library connect and inspire communities? – Interview with Marian T. Keyes

To learn more about how libraries can become a vibrant center of learning and creativity at the heart of the community, we have talked with Marian Thérèse Keyes from dlr LexIcon in Ireland who will share some practices from her experience. 1. Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your activity in the library [...]

By | September 20th, 2017|Library Interview|1 Comment

How can library events be used to reach out to the community?

Physical libraries are somewhat struggling with remaining relevant for their communities as well as attracting more visitors. Especially since people now have access to information from everywhere and anywhere. Over the past few months, we have discovered some of the many creative ways libraries can become more attractive to their users, such as community [...]

By | September 13th, 2017|Public Libraries|1 Comment