for the third year in a row, the university of haifa library is participating in the september project. as iris igra writes, “As we did in previous years at the University of Haifa Library, we prepared a small website in memory of the 11 September. This year our 11 September website includes an annotated list of books and movies about this subject that arrived at the library during 2006-2007.”
What is it?Since 2004, libraries across the world have organized events about freedom and issues that matter to their communities during the month of September. This grassroots project favors free over fee, public over private, and voices over silence.
- RT @amlibraries: Top news: Libraries Host September Project Programming http://dlvr.it/5Bh6n 2 years ago
- The September Project 2010! http://tinyurl.com/2424dho 2 years ago
- Saint Martin's Univ's O’Grady Library designs a September Project to display aspects of Iran and its culture :: http://tinyurl.com/yfjozqy 3 years ago
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