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Idsall School

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, we are going to cover the transformation of the Idsall School Library. The school was ‘made to empower young people to explore literature, expand their horizons and improve literacy‘, but their ‘cluttered’ and ‘outdated’ interior prevented staff from achieving this. Read on to see how the school transformed […]

Librarian of the Millennium: ‘

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Dr. Gopal Mohan Shukla shares the story and achievements of the ‘Librarian of the Millenium’, Palam Kalyanasundaram. Palam Kalyanasundaram Palam Kalyanasundaram, an 82-year-old retired librarian and social worker is often admired for his exceptional dedication in the field of social work. On the eve of republic […]

Librarians, Unleash Your Creat...

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Sarah Pavey encourages all librarians to cultivate one of the most sought-after skills; creative, outside-of-the-box thinking. Freedom and creativity One of the joys of being a librarian is the autonomy that often accompanies the role. We can be free spirits and decide for ourselves what to […]

Save Your Local Library In 7 S...

The existence of libraries ensures that knowledge and technology are available to everyone, not just to those who can afford them. Libraries have survived and thrived through the expansion of digital media, the rise of e-books, and all digital transformation. Reconfiguring their spaces to be more social, and more functional and by offering more programs […]

Printing At The Library – Made

While some people still primarily associate libraries with books, they offer so much more! Libraries are often a resource hub for the community where passionate, friendly, and helpful library professionals work. Libraries have much more to offer than just books. Libraries offer access to technology, the internet, meeting rooms & creative spaces, and endless resources […]

7 Reasons Why The Public Libra...

Libraries are institutions first known as places for learning. They offer academic and studying-friendly environments where students and adults can focus on their studies. With the growing popularity of Princh Library Blog’s original post Why The Public Library Is The Place For Studying, we decided to write an extension to the post adding more reasons […]

Makerspace For Little Or Nothi...

In this week’s post, The Daring Librarian, Gwyneth A. Jones, shares her tips on how you can set up a makerspace at your library or school, for very little or no costs at all! This post originally appeared on Gwyneth’s own blog. You can find the original article here: Makerspace for Little or Nothing You […]

Journeying With The Nigerian P...

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Glory Odochi Okeagu shares her insights of the everyday life of public libraries in Nigeria, discussing their challenges, duties, how the community perceives them, and some examples of initiatives established by Nigerian libraries. Are you curious what Princh can offer for your library and your patrons? […]