{Mario Coffa} Library World Tour Project 40 Interviews, 40 Characters, 40 stories, 40 Countries


Library World Tour Project 40 Interviews, 40 Characters, 40 stories, 40 Countries

Introducing

International Professional Networking among Librarians or Information Professionals Worldwide.

The Library World Tour Project was developed and designed in Italy by Mario Coffa and is currently expanding its horizons of international professional networking activities around the world…

Interactive World Map

“Books For Africa” Being a Librarian in Ethiopia. Mario Coffa Interviews Mulugeta Woldetsadik, from Hawassa University, Ethiopia.

[AIB] Library World Tour Project [European Insula]

The Library World Tour project was recently launched to create an international network among librarians or information professionals from around the world to share ideas, experiences, skills, and knowledge that will benefit their profession, organization, and country. Over the years I have had the opportunity to collect several interviews with librarians and librarians from different parts of the world who have, with their voices, made a valuable and strong contribution to the work of many libraries around the world...VISIT THE PROJECT

International Federation of Library Association [IFLA]

Sharing and learning from global perspectives to inspire the library field – check out our interview with Mario Coffa about his Library World Tour project!

Insula europea

Nel suo tour tra le biblioteche di tutto il mondo, oggi Mario Coffa ci porta in Etiopia con Mulugeta Woldetsadik @AIB_it

[Research Article]


Innovation in European Academic Libraries – Leadership Perspective

Liisi Lembinen, the Director of Development in Tartu University Library (Estonia), has published a research article “Innovation in European Academic Libraries – Leadership Perspective”.The research value is a reference for further studies and other academic library directors in library innovation. It gives a better understanding of how library directors approach, encourage and manage innovation in their libraries….SEE MORE

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