Tag Archives: Czech Republic

Looking out, up and in

After sitting through and participating in 3 days of sessions at ECIL 2016 in Prague while networking with librarians from 51 countries, it was a relief to actually get into a room full of books. On a visit to the … Continue reading

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Cheers to Brno students

While it is comforting to know that universities around the world are busy with the serious business of educating the next generation,  it is also fun to consider some of the novel ideas in education. For example, in the Social Studies Library … Continue reading

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Spires in Brno

I got a bit obsessed with doors during a visit to Finland last year. This year in the Czech Republic, I’m getting a bit fixated with turrets, towers, steeples and spires. Although I really admire these high-rise additions, it has … Continue reading

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Why MUST?

So here we are — about 30 of us from over 20 countries — at Masaryk University in Brno,  Czech Republic for MUST. Brno is known as the ‘city of universities’, and with a population of less than 400,000, it … Continue reading

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Erasmus visits can open doors

I’ll be blogging this week (23-27 April) from Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic where I’ll be attending an Erasmus International Office and Library Training week. For those who do not know about Erasmus, it is the European Union’s educational … Continue reading

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