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Break hate by fixing the news

Orit Kopel, co founder of WikiTribune, talks about the danger that fake news poses to democracy and the ideological and technical challenges the site faces in opposing it: “The process of deciding who to vote for… is not a process you start a week before the vote, it’s something that is developing all the time."

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Universal Credit, broadband internet access and UK public libraries

CILIP is seeking responses on how austerity has impacted public services ahead of United Nations Special Rapporteur's visit in November.

CKG Awards Shadowing Group 2017

Discover diverse and inclusive books for your library

A short guide to recently published diverse and inclusive books as part of CILIP and YLG’s ongoing commitment to embed principles of inclusion.

Digital Literacy Unpacked

Valuable and timely insight into digital literacy and learning

Facet Publishing announce the publication of Digital Literacy Unpacked edited by Katharine Reedy and Jo Parker.

Northamptonshire library closures

Judicial review analysis: call for clarity on 1964 Act

Analysis of the Northamptonshire judicial review and its relevance to the public library sector. Plus CILIP calls for clarity over the 1964 Public Libraries and Museums Act.

Records, Information and Data: Exploring the role of record-keeping in an information culture

Geoffrey Yeo investigates the relationships between information, data and records

Facet Publishing announce the release of Records, Information and Data by Geoffrey Yeo.

Aberdeen University New Library

CILIP and CILIP in Scotland sign new working agreement

CILIP and CILIP in Scotland have signed a new agreement to provide support, advocacy and representation across the UK while recognising the distinct context in Scotland.


Practice-inspired research to research-inspired practice

school library

Your view: Why isn’t it possible to study school librarianship
History Day showcase

History Day in the library

Libraries in Fiction: The library policeman is coming…

Conference 2018: Make the most of networking opportunities

Nudging the NHS
Breaking the news

Q&A with double Carnegie Medal winner Geraldine McCaughrean

Publishing, libraries and the darkness of YA fiction: “Everything is darker and grimmer and more horrifying and sorrowful.”


Conference 2018: Mobilising citizens to secure library funding

Rob Green talks to CILIP Conference 2018 keynote speaker Patrick Sweeney about the revolutionary Every Library programme.

Literacy at primary school: a social justice issue

Louise Johns-Shepherd talks about the important work of the Centre for Literature in Primary Education.

User research

UX in Libraries: the value of silence
behaviour mapping

Internet Q&A:interesting approaches to displaying the news

Designing Libraries: The rewards of awards

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