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5 Beautiful Movie Libraries to ‘Ooh’ And ‘Aah’ Over


For centuries, libraries have been some of the most spectacular buildings in the world, being the centre for knowledge, information, human innovation and the community.

It’s no surprise that countless movies have featured libraries in their script over the years, taking advantage of their large size and their unique form of architecture. If you love movies and you love libraries, our list of five gorgeous on-screen libraries will thrill you!

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5 Infographics About The Librarian Life


If you ask someone on the streets what they think being a librarian entails, 90% of them will probably say something along the lines of books: checking out books, making sure people are returning them on time, managing fines, stacking the shelves.

In reality, however, the job of a librarian is so much more complicated than that! These five infographics will help you better understand what it takes to be a librarian in the 21st century.

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4 Places to Look for Your Next Library Job


The usual job boards—Seek, Indeed, Jora—might be your first stop when you’re looking for a job, but what else is out there, and is there anything more specific to the library field? Digitales rounds up four websites where you can search for library jobs located in Australia and New Zealand. Continue reading

3 Libraries That Are Making A Difference


When the word ‘library’ comes to mind, most people think of books: reading books, borrowing books, returning books. Traditionally that might have been true, but many of today’s libraries are taking on newer, more innovative roles, transforming into centres of community and spaces for innovation.

While we recognise how Australian and New Zealand libraries enhance our daily lives, it’s also great to hear about how public libraries in developing nations have been contributing to their communities. Here are three libraries around the world that are taking it one step further and serving the world better!
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