The Slovak National Library would like to invite you to an international conference to discuss the past, present, and the future of research of book history.
Until 17 March 2024 the Bibliotheca Baltica Symposium invites library professionals, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to submit proposals for presentations at the upcoming event. The symposium, entitled “Past, Present and Future of the Shared Cultural Heritage in the Baltic Sea Region” will take place in the National Library of Poland in Warsaw on 17-18 October 2024. The event aims to explore the crucial role of libraries in preserving, promoting, and shaping the shared cultural heritage of the Baltic Sea region.
BANG! – the CENL Books and Audiences Network Group – has organised its fifth webinar for researchers, collection keepers, curators, designers, educators, and other professionals whose daily work is related to exhibitions and public engagement with documentary heritage, mainly various types of books.
The British Library is delighted to host its annual Open and Engaged Conference on Monday 30 October, in-person and online, as part of International Open Access Week.
Applications are currently openned for two programmes, coordinated by the French Ministry of Culture, that allow professionals working in cultural institutions to spend from one to three month at the BnF and work on a specific theme or collection in relation with the Library.
This autumn, we are celebrating the 225th anniversary of the National Library of Luxembourg together. Join the Discovery Days and dive into the heart of an institution that has been preserving and sharing Luxembourg’s intellectual heritage for more than two centuries.
On 9 and 10 November 2023, the National and University Library in Zagreb (NSK) will be hosting Let’s Go Green! 2023, its second international green libraries conference. The preliminary program for the Conference has been officially released.
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