We are delighted to feature a newly published article by Bláithín Hurley, MA, PhD., PG Cert , Senior Library Assistant in Central Library, Waterford.
The article, which investigates how Waterford Libraries embraced and learned from the changes imposed on it through the Covid-19 restrictions, entitled ‘Communication is More Important Than Travel’ features in the March 2021 edition of An Leabharlann: The Irish Library.
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An Leabharlann: The Irish Library publishes articles on libraries, librarianship and related topics of interest to the library and information community on the island of Ireland and is published twice yearly (March & October) by The Library Association of Ireland and The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (Ireland).
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