Be part of a global network – join the ILN program

Are you looking for a new opportunity to extend your professional networks?
Are you interested in finding out about libraries & librarians operate in other countries?
Are you wanting to make new connections with other library professionals?

The International Librarians Network (ILN) may be the opportunity you are looking for.

So what is the ILN all about?

The ILN is a six-month facilitated peer mentoring program aimed at helping librarians develop international networks.

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, an hour each week and a desire to build professional connections and learn from colleagues. The successful pilot program had over 90 participants from 20 countries, including many New Zealanders.

Applications for the next round of ILN partnerships close on Wednesday 28th August 2013.

Find out more :

– about who is involved in the ILN program (http://ilnetwork.wordpress.com/about/)

– the way the program works (http://ilnetwork.wordpress.com/how-the-program-works/)

– sign up for the next round of partnerships (http://ilnetwork.wordpress.com/join-iln/)

– program FAQs (http://ilnetwork.wordpress.com/frequently-asked-questions/)

If you have any specific questions, please send me an email newzealand.ilnetwork@gmail.com, ask me on Twitter @megingle or make contact directly with the ILN program coordinators via the ILN’s contact us page.

Megan Ingle
ILN New Zealand Coordinator
http://ilnetwork.wordpress.com

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About Abigail Tarbotton (Nee Willemse)

Information Specialist at a medical library.
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