The International Librarian Information Community

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The International Librarian Information Community

The International LibrarianInformation Community

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Click on the ILN logo on the left to go to their website. The video (below) tells about what they do. Jan Holmquist talks about international librarianship in a video (right) he made for Kate Byrne who works for the ILN.

Librarians Without Borders' vision is to build sustainable libraries in different regions of the world and support their custodians and advocates — librarians.Librarians Without Borders is an action-oriented non-profit powered by a volunteer Executive Team, Board of Directors, and library-science students in six universities in Canada. Explore their website by clicking on their logo at the right to find out more about they do. (-About Librarians Without Borders, from their website

The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) is the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users. It is the global voice of the library and information profession. -

Librarians Without Borders

These blogs and websites are helpful for finding information on librarian jobs abroad, living and working abroad, andconnecting with others in the LIS profession. Click on link to explore each site!The Traveling LibrarianINALJ (I Need a Library Job)Hack Library School (HLS)(This link will take you specifically to "Oh, the Places You'll Go with Your MLIS!")International Librarianship(Links compiled by Kevin S. Hawkins)American Library Association(International Employment Opportunites and Funding Sources for Librarians)International Library Jobs(Florida University Libraries - Research Guides)TIE (The International Educator) OnlineJan Holmquist(World wide thoughts of a Danish librarian)

Using the Internet to connect with librarians all over the world!

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions

International Librarians Network (ILN)

Jan Holmquist - On international librarianship

For more information and networking with global librarians follow IFLA, Librarians Without Borders, and the ILN on Twitter & Facebook!



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