Library and Information Week Jamaica 2016: Oct 30-Nov 5

Governor General Proclaims LIBRARY AND INFORMATION WEEK 2016

The Governor General of Jamaica recently proclaimed October 30 to November 5, 2016 Library and Information week.. This proclamation lends official recognition to the importance of libraries to our society and to the work of library and information professionals and confirm commitment to the cause. This is timely as we seek to embark on our "Libraries Matter" campaign to promote the roles and services of libraries through approaches aimed at increasing our visibility and raising our profile. We appeal to all library and Information professionals, users and supporters of libraries locally and internationally to support this week by posting and sharing the wonderful work of libraries in our beloved country. #welovethatlibrariesmatterja
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Cupcakes Day Launch: Teacher- Librarians Celebrate

On Thursday October 27, 2016, Teacher- Librarians from across Jamaica gathered for our Pre-Library week workshop. This dynamic group took part in our cupcakes day celebrations and the rest is history. Way to go teacher-librarians!
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Ardenne High School Library Spreads the word that Libraries Matter

Ardenne High School Librarian Anna-Kay Lobban, creatively demonstrates that libraries do matter with a creative Library Week display with students and co-workers. Way to Go you very creative school librarian!
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Cupcakes Day Kick Off at GC Foster College

From October 31 -November 5, 2016, GC Foster College will join in LIAJA's Library Week campaign. The celebrations kicked off on Monday October 31 wilth an early cupcakes day salute!
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BtteIA Celebrates Library Week cupcakes

National Library of Jamaica Got in on the Act

The National Library of Jamaica hosted a training session for High School Students.
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National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) Delivers

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Jamaica Library Service TechFest: A Huge Success

Chni Golding (right), winner of the Library Mobile App Competition, chats with Floyd Green, minister of state in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, at the Jamaica Library Service Tech Fest opening ceremony on Thursday.
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Library and Information Week Jamaica 2016

Sunday, Oct. 30th, 12am to Saturday, Nov. 5th, 11:45pm

Kingston Jamaica