This spring the Illinois campus joined a network of more than 3,800 other centers and clubs by gaining our own UNESCO Center for Global Citizenship. This is the 2nd UNESCO-affiliate center in the United States. The center was founded by Amani Ayad, coordinator for the Library and Information Sciences Access Midwest Program (LAMP) at GSLIS; Barbara Ford, director of the Mortenson Center for International Library Programs and member of the U.S. Read the rest.
Are you a lover of folk music? Interested in the culture of East-Central Europe? Or perhaps just someone who wants free tea and cookies?
If you fall into any of these three categories you are invited to attend: An Evening of Romanian Folk Music.
This event is cosponsored by the International & Area Studies Library and the Music & Performing Arts Library in honor of International Week. Read the rest.
Window of Shanghai’ is a Chinese book donation program launched by the Shanghai Library, and supported by the Shanghai Government. This program aims to introduce Chinese culture and promote Shanghai’s presence to the outside world through donating Chinese or China-related publications.
Right now the Shanghai Library has 122 libraries and 22 information institutes participating in its book donation program.