- February 2019
Being part of the FunDza Literacy Trust organisation – winner of the 2017 Joy of Reading Award – has improved Thendo Khumalo's ability to both write and edit.
25 February 2019
In August 2019, the international “Public Library of the Year” award will once again be presented to a new public library – anywhere in the world – that best embraces key considerations that include user desires, local culture and digital development.
11 February 2019
- January 2019
In 2017, the South African organisation FunDza Literacy Trust grabbed the Systematic – Joy of Reading Award, which since has boosted the organisation’s profile and opportunities.
11 January 2019
- November 2018
Reading projects and initiatives from all over the world have the opportunity for a financial boost when the Systematic Joy of Reading Award is presented in June 2019.
20 November 2018
Using “business Intelligence” makes it possible to transform seemingly valueless raw data into active, useful knowledge that can make a difference.
14 November 2018
- October 2018
A few months ago, the Dutch library School 7 was awarded with the 2018 Public Library of the Year prize. Jacinta Krimp, Director of the winner library, tells about the time after the newly won title.
29 October 2018
- August 2018
“You can get married in the theatre or celebrate your birthday in the café. Everything is possible in School 7,” declares Jacinta Krimp, director of the School 7 library in the Netherlands (KopGroep Libraries), winner of the 2018 Public Library of the Year award.
28 August 2018
- June 2018
The jury has now agreed on the five nominees for the 2018 Public Library of the Year award. All five will now proceed for selection as the world’s best new public library.
27 June 2018
“The Joint Library System has entirely disrupted the vendor landscape in Denmark, illustrating the winner-take-all impact of the recent trend toward widely-shared resource management platforms”
18 June 2018
- May 2018
The capital of the Faroe Islands is now following in the footsteps of the Danish municipalities, and has selected the Systematic Cicero Library Management System.
30 May 2018