Interview: Cate Carlyle

If you dream small and achieve those dreams nothing really changes, but if you dream big your whole world can change and it is so wonderful when that happens!

Cate Carlyle is a curriculum resource coordinator, librarian at a small Halifax university and also reviews children’s and young adult books for CM Magazine: Canadian Review of Materials. She’s a writer (“Your Passport to International Librarianship”ALA 2018, “Not Ready to Die” Common Deer Press 2019) and amazing international library volunteer who can inspire young professionals around the world.

We asked Cate a few unusual questions. Read the interview below and find out more about this awesome Canadian librarian.

 

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And the 5th IFLAcamp will take place in…

obrThe Public Library of Lower-Silesia, in the very center of Wrocław!

NPSIG is proud to announce that the 5th edition of IFLAcamp will take place on August 17th and 18th at the Dolnośląska Biblioteka Publiczna im. Tadeusza Mikulskiego, the Regional public library, on Wrocław’s main square, the famous Rynek.

IFLAcamp is a two-day satellite meeting in the mode of an unconference that provides plenty of space for ad-hoc sessions and group discussions. The participant-driven approach allows for active involvement of all attendees and including all kinds of topics of interest.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

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Follow the updates on our official IFLAcamp #5 website and Facebook page event: https://www.facebook.com/events/286239041744653/

Registration for IFLAcamp 2014 is now open!

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Click here to register for IFLAcamp 2014!

Greetings New Professionals-

Your trusty NPSIG leadership is excited to announce that registration for IFLAcamp 2014 in Lyon, France is now open! As with past IFLAcamps, 2014’s IFLAcamp will take place over the two days before the WLIC congress- so mark your calendars for Thursday, August 14th & Friday the 15th. In addition to the unconference style sessions you’ve come to expect at IFLAcamp, we’ll also be meeting up with Cycling for Libraries and planning a hackathon!

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