Tale of a Library is a documentary film made as a tribute to libraries. The documentary tells the story of the library from the late 18th century to the present day. Customers have always been the core of library services and their stories are an essential part of the documentary.
This is Sylvi the reading dog from Kuopio, Finland. She is an assiduous vlogger, too. Now with English subtitle.
Sylvi the reading dog works in Kuopio City Library. She helps and inspires children to read. Sylvi likes books and libraies and lots of other things, too. Wellcome to Sylvi’s vlog!
The new millennium requires a new library – the Central Library. The Central Library offers a public space open to all in the heart of the city. It will raise the profile of Helsinki and form the display window of this creative city.
Gadget Island is a learning game that supports Pre-School curriculum goals in teaching kids about media awareness and information technology skills. The game will be published 13.11.2015. You can play it in Finnish, Swedish and English.
The Street Librarian (2015) documentary movie is about the work of Edward Fungo, the Regional Librarian of Morogoro. He’s determined to make Tanzania an informational society one person at a time. Working together with Finnish Library Associations Libraries for Development (Finland/Namibia/Tanzania) he’s creating new models of IT-training
The Street Librarian (2015) is about the work of Edward Fungo, the Regional Librarian of Morogoro. He’s determined to make Tanzania an informational society one person at a time. Working together with Finnish Library Associactions Libraries for Development (Finland/Namibia/Tanzania) he’s creating new models of IT-training and tirelessly travels around Morogoro teaching people about computers.
Library Channel – Video and radio programs about literature, authors, libraries and their services. Library Channel programs help in promoting reading, marketing library services and introducing current themes. In addition, Library Channel is an educational channel for library professionals, teachers and media educators among others.