Tags: reading

William G. Brozo, the Professor of Literacy of Graduate School of Education in George Mason University, talks about the issue of boys’ reading achievement. This interview is based on his […]

Librarian Mia Dimblad from Culture Department of Hässleholm, Sweden, tells about her project “Warning – read on!”. Read more: The Nordic-Baltic Library Meeting 2013 Filming: Panu Somerma Editing: Tuomas Lipponen […]

Raasepori City Library welcomes new inhabitants to use their services. At the Library you can spend time and meet people and of course loan books, cd’s dvd’s etc. You can […]

Raasepori City Library offers a wide range of services for children and families. In addition to the big collection of books, music, movies, games and magazines, there’s a variety of […]

In the community of Larsmo library statistics have been on the rise for a long time. No wonder, because even the fish read. Find out what lies behind this amazing […]

Finnish libraries will be introducing themselves at the conference – not just in the lecture halls in IFLA conference 2012 in Helsinki. The route from the convention centre entrance to […]

Henning Mankell visited Gothenburg’s University Library during IFLA conference. In this interwiev he speaks about illiteracy. Read more: Henning Mankell web page Interviewer: Kirsi Luukkanen Filming and editing: Tuomas Lipponen […]

Goodnight stories from inmates dads is a collaboration between Vaasa City Library and Vaasa Prison helping imprisoned parents to keep in touch with their children at home through storytelling. A […]

Jordanian-Swedish author of children´s books Flora Majdalawi encourages Arabic-speaking families to read with children. It is very important to start reading with your child as early as possible. Reading creates […]

Jordanian-Swedish author of children’s books Flora Majdalawi encourages Arabic-speaking families to read with children. It is very important to start reading with your child as early as possible. Reading creates […]

Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.®) is a fun, effective and inexpensive way to improve children’s reading skills through the assistance of registered therapy animal teams as literacy mentors. Animals can be […]

Finland celebrates 100 years of independence with books

Finland is the most literate country in the world, according to a new report from Central Connecticut State University. It’s the first study to analyze large-scale trends in literate behaviour […]

Doloresa Veilande, the Library Director of Riga Central Library in Latvia tells about the lending point of Riga Central Library at the day centre for homeless and poor inhabitants of […]

Behind the scenes: READing Dog Sylvi

Library Channel has many cooperation partners who produce videos of their own which can also be seen on the Library Channel website. One of these partners is Liisa Rossi who […]