Monthly Archives: July 2013

WHELF Development Officer vacancy

Job vacancy working with university libraries in Wales

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A library full of kids!

Today* (Mon 22nd July, 2013), almost all local authorities in Wales are hosting ‘A library full of kids‘ day (‘Llond llyfrgell o blant’ in Welsh) at at least one of their branch libraries. This is partly linked to the Summer Reading … Continue reading

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Health(y) information is good for everyone!

I recently attended a library staff conference in Wales which was on the theme of health and wellbeing and libraries. There were lots of examples of projects that are going on in Wales and quite a few times I overheard … Continue reading

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Welsh Information Literacy Project – Phase 4

This post has been re-blogged from the WHELF blog. The Welsh Information Literacy Project is a CyMAL-funded project and is now in its successful fourth year. Read on to see what has been achieved in the last year or so … Continue reading

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School librarians lead to better results – infographic

This snazzy infographic from Canada shows the benefit of having a librarian in schools and is based on research from various studies.

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