The International Librarians Network

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The International Librarians Network (ILN) peer-mentoring program is a facilitated program aimed at helping librarians develop international networks. We believe that innovation and inspiration can cross borders, and that spreading our networks beyond our home countries can make us better at what we do. Participants are matched with others outside their country and are supported by regular contact and discussion topics. The ILN is open to anyone working in the library and information industry around the world. The program remains free and the only requirements to participate are an Internet connection, half an hour each week and a desire to build professional connections and learn from colleagues. This poster describes the results of a participant survey conducted during the pilot phase of the program in the first half of 2013.
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Byrne, Kate
McKenzie, Clare
Dalby, Alyson
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2013
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UNSW Faculty
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download ILN Poster for IFLA Conference.pdf 1.41 MB Adobe Portable Document Format
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