CILIP president Ayub Khan MBE outlines the key challenges facing libraries, and how they can turn these into opportunities.
Fiona Noble argues for the introduction of separate YA and Children's Carnegie medals.
Libraries Week kicks off today with a focus on what the nation’s libraries are doing with digital technology.
Simon & Schuster Children’s UK is partnering with specialist book suppliers Peters to launch the ‘Love Your Library’ campaign, supported by the Great School Libraries... Read more
Judging criteria for the CILIP Carnegie Medal have been revised to create a “more inclusive, child-focused” awards and a new partnership launched with Inclusive Minds.... Read more
Libraries Connected has secured £342,000 in funding from Arts Council England to develop a new training programme supporting potential female and BAME leaders.
A partnership between CILIP and an American firm using data to mobilise movements against public library closures could “turn the tide” for the struggling service,... Read more
Nielsen Book has joined forces with library and information association CILIP to sponsor its reading campaign alongside National Libraries Week in a new two-year partnership.... Read more
CILIP is launching a network for BAME professionals within the library sector, led by CILIP trustee Shirley Yearwood-Jackman.
US poet Elizabeth Acevedo has won this year’s CILIP Carnegie Medal for her verse novel, The Poet X (Egmont/Electric Monkey), while Jackie Morris scooped the... Read more