BIBLIO Newsletter – March 2019, Issue 1

BIBLIO The newsletter of the Library Association of Trinidad and Tobago.

In this issue:

  • Forging Library Sustainability Through Collaboration by Beverly Williams, Vice President - LATT
  • The Library Association of Trinidad and Tobago Sustainable Development Goals Advocacy Updates 2018
  • Equipping and Rehabilitating Offenders to Cope while Incarcerated and to Prepare them for Easier Re-Integration by Cheryl - Ann Quamina Baptiste, Librarian III, NALIS
  • Report from the 7th Edition of the Virtual Health Library Coordination Meeting (VHL7) by Ayaana Alleyne-Cumberbatch, Librarian, Medical Sciences Library, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine
  • From T&T to Barbados the 4CS Framework as a Model of Civic and Community Engagement by Maria Cherrie, User Engagement Librarian, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill
  • Work-Life Management for Library Staff: Helping Staff Achieve the Balance by Jiselle Maria Alleyne, Empowerment Speaker, MLIS, MA Leadership, PH.D Student
  • Plagiarism and its Global Impact by Zia Mohammed, Librarian-In-Training, ASC. Library and Information Studies
  • In Defense of Public Libraries: Diversity Awareness by Lyndon Jackson, Librarian I, NALIS / Blogger
  • 10 Things to Do Before a Conference by Beverly Adams - Baptiste, Librarian, The University of the West Indies

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