"European SL could exist without task-forcing by ENSIL, IASL, IFLA with national professional entities like SLA or CILIP (UK)? It could exist, but it would not be the same...
Let's keep on going those efforts all over Europe?"
This looks like a fascinating study.
I like the fact that it takes for granted that what we refer to as "information literacy" is, in fact, the heart of literacy in general in the contemporary world.
I would suggest that you…"
Happy New Year 2010.
HOpe new year will bring more closeness between us. I have been trying to set up a library for our students and community peopleat my school. Do you have any ideas? Plz. don't hesitate to share. Our students are young. They are from 3 to 11 years. But once we can set up a library other children from the community are also benefited. There's not any library in the village. The population of the village is about 9,500. All are village people have been encouraging me to set up a library but we dn't have resources. We need English literature books viz. story, novels, poetry, simple picture story books, fun reading books and so on. We want books in our own language too. Our mother tongue is Nepali, we can get many books in the capital city but really have financial crisis to collect them. YOu small help would add up a brick in my goal. Hope your contribution will encourage me for this noble cause.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Govinda, SAV School, Nepal.
Ah Ah! And here we are! Can you believe that I came here now just to send you an invitation to join this group?... Brave women! You're already there :-) I loved it!
Now... it's time to go to bed! Sweet dreams!
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