On Monday 24 January 2022, at 14.00-18.00 UTC (GMT), IAML will be hosting a Wikipedia workshop. It will be led by Angela Pratesi, Bowling Green State University (Ohio, USA), and Anna Kijas, Tufts University (Massachusetts, USA). All members of the IAML community are invited, and no previous experience of Wikipedia editing is required. Register by 14 January 2022.
IAML Australia and IAML New Zealand are pleased to offer those working in music libraries in all sectors, an opportunity to meet, learn and discuss about how our libraries have managed the Covid-19 Pandemic, and how they will manage into the future.
I would like to share with you a short report about a very nice event that took place last week at the Royal Swedish Academy of Music in Stockholm. The initiative came from the Permanent Secretary, Fredrik Wetterqvist, who contacted the Swedish IAML Branch last spring, inviting us to the Academy. The idea then evolved into a joint arrangement between the Academy and the Swedish IAML Branch. We chose the Swedish musical heritage as the theme of the day, with the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 in mind.
Have you heard of Cycling for Libraries?
"Founded in 2011, the Cycling for libraries is an international cycling conference for librarians and library lovers. It aims to advocate libraries and increase awareness of the valuable services and resources that libraries offer to the community. We are working together with local library associations and organizations as IFLA and EBLIDA."