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IYALI 2018 participants drawing comics on a tablet computer during a visit to Wukirsari Village Library in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The drawing session was part of an innovative service workshop on creating comics in the library.
10 Oct 2018
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In August, 15 young African public librarians travelled to Southeast Asia (Indonesia and Malaysia) to take part in an intensive learning, knowledge (...)
Ugandan participants at the EIFL-PLIP statistics and evaluation workshop in Nairobi, Kenya.
05 Jun 2018
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EIFL has been working with public libraries in Africa since 2010, supporting introduction of new services that use computers and the internet. In (...)
A group of women trainers who took part in the EIFL open science train-the-trainers workshop in Ethiopia in June 2017.
17 Mar 2018
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‘Is your institution willing and committed to offer training on open access, open research data and open science as a part of standard training for (...)
Fair Use / Fair Dealing Week logo
26 Feb 2018
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EIFL is participating in Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week, an annual celebration designed to highlight the opportunities presented by fair use and fair (...)
A group of trainees and trainers at the EIFL Open Science train-the-trainers course in Addis Ababa. They are standing outside the training venue.
14 Nov 2017
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In June 2017, EIFL invited the global open access full text aggregator CORE to take part in an Open Science train-the-trainer course for (...)
Young African public library innovators using tools during a hands-on experience in the National Library of Lithuania makerspace.
05 Oct 2017
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In August, a group of 13 young African public librarians travelled to Eastern Europe (Lithuania and Poland) on a 12-day journey to take part in an (...)
Alex Halloran with the library and teaching team in Ho: names, from the left, Seva, Charles, Alix, and David, standing in front of the library van.
23 Aug 2017
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My name is Alix Halloran and I am GlobalGiving's Field Traveller in West Africa. I spent five months traveling around the region meeting with (...)
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