|Date:||24 January 2018 to 26 January 2018|
Every time we open our eyes, we read, and reading is not just reading the words on the paper. It is so much more! We read other people’s facial expressions every day. We read signs on the streets. We read paintings. We read music with our ears. We read pixels on computer and mobile screens. We read emotions, movements, what kind of clothes other people wear, and so much more! Reading is a must-have basic skill in modern society, but even in today’s society there are people who are not able to read due to various reasons. Reading is one of the ways how we learn new, old, useful, or not so useful information in our daily lives. Reading can make us smarter or sometimes on the contrary. Reading is one of the things which brings us closer to each other.
We present three sub-themes to you: Reading Skills, Habits, and Communication; Memory Institutions; Technological solutions.
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A better copyright exception for Education16 January 2018: EBLIDA together with 34 organisations, signed an open letter requesting to improve the education exception in the proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive). Read more >
EBLIDA Newsletter January 201811 January 2018: Pleased to present the first edition of the EBLIDA Newsletter of 2018. Read more >
Open Letter to the Bulgarian EU Presidency11 January 2018: EBLIDA together with its partners IFLA and Public Libraries 2020 publish this joint Open letter to celebrate the 1st Presidency of the Council of the European Union by Bulgaria (1 January-30 June 2018) and the goals it shares with libraries. Read more >
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