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EIFL-IP Manager Teresa Hackett, centre, with Daw Myat Sann Nyein, EIFL coordinator in Yangon, left, and Dr Kay Thi Htwe, Director, National Library Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.
08 Nov 2020
Posted by Jean Fairbairn, Communications Manager / Website
Since the EIFL Copyright and Libraries Programme (EIFL-IP) was launched 15 years ago, it has had some remarkable achievements, gained international (...)
Dick Kawooya, School of Information Science, University of South Carolina, delivers the General Statement on behalf of EIFL at the 2020 WIPO Assemblies. The statement was pre-recorded due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.
15 Oct 2020
Posted by Teresa Hackett, Copyright and Libraries Programme Manager
Teresa Hackett, Manager of the EIFL Copyright and Libraries Programme, reports on an unusual five days at WIPO (World Intellectual Property (...)
Photo of Aletta Dunn
09 Sep 2020
Posted by Jean Fairbairn, Communications Manager / Website
In 2018, the EIFL Public Library Innovation Programme (EIFL-PLIP) and the Namibia Library and Archives Service (NLAS), which leads a network of 66 (...)
Photo image, in deep pink, of the COVID-19 virus
10 Aug 2020
Posted by Teresa Hackett, Copyright and Libraries Programme Manager
In Part II of this two-part blog, EIFL Copyright and Libraries Programme Manager Teresa Hackett examines how the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted (...)
14 Jul 2020
Posted by Iryna Kuchma, Open Access Programme Manager
June was a busy month for the LIBSENSE Initiative - a collaborative space through which libraries and research and education networks (RENs) are (...)
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29 Jun 2020
Posted by Teresa Hackett, Copyright and Libraries Programme Manager
In Part I of this two-part blog, EIFL Copyright and Libraries Programme Manager Teresa Hackett looks at the immediate challenges the COVID-19 (...)
The five young library innovators, from left - Daisy Ashabahebwa (Uganda), Sarah Nyaboke Ogembo (Kenya), Dominic Bwalya Chitondo (Zambia), Letta Shivute (Namibia) and Yusuf Ganyana (Kenya).
12 May 2020
Posted by Jean Fairbairn, Communications Manager / Website
In February 2020 five young public librarians from Africa travelled to Nashville in the USA to take part in an international learning, knowledge- (...)