Celtic Knot 2018: Preserving endangered languages with Wikipedia

This week's blog from Delphine Dallison reflects on the recent Celtic Knot conference in Wales, looking at how Celtic and Indigenous languages engage with Wikipedia.

Talking ‘Bout Teddies - sharing the science of comfort in Dundee

Elaine Hallyburton, Senior Library and Information Officer at Leisure and Culture Dundee writes about their Talking ‘Bout Teddies project, funded by the Engaging Libraries scheme.

The Next Chapter

A blog from young person Miryn Doyle, who has been involved in SLIC’s partner project with Young Scot ‘The Next Chapter’, looking at young people’s engagement with libraries in Scotland.

New Wikimedian in Residence at SLIC

In this week's blog, SLIC's new Wikimedian in Residence Delphine Dallison introduces herself.

Collaborative Communities in Dundee

This week’s blog reflects on the 2018 CILIPS Conference in Dundee, which focused on the theme ‘Collaborative Communities’.

Highland Libraries Head to Austria

This week’s blog comes from High Life Highland Libraries, who recently attended a conference in Austria with the Austrian Library Association.

Engaging Brains in East Dunbartonshire

This week’s blog comes from East Dunbartonshire Leisure and Culture Trust, where Children and Families Co-ordinator Lesley Tyler has been involved in the successful Engaging Libraries project Brainworks.

Tweet Up for Libraries

In this week's blog, SLIC's Content and Communications Officer talks about how libraries can make the most of social media.

SLIC Joins Glasgow Women’s Library to Open the Door

Here's how to get involved with SLIC's contribution to the Glasgow Women's Library Open the Door online literary festival.

Six New Library Lab Projects Announced

Local libraries receive share of £65,000 funding for innovative projects.

Research Impact Value Event

Upcoming Research Impact Value event on the 11th of July in Edinburgh.

Coworking: a Case for Scotland

For National Coworking Day, we discuss our coworking project for libraries in this week’s SLIC blog.

Orkney Library’s Lego and Minecraft Club

In this month's PLIF blog, Sally Walker from Orkney Libraries talks about their Lego and Minecraft club which received funding from the Public Library Improvement Fund.

‘The Next Chapter’ for Scotland’s Libraries

In this week’s blog, Project Officer Rachael Laburn talks about a project she has been working on with Young Scot to engage young people in the future of libraries in Scotland.

£450,000 Fund for Scotland’s Public Libraries

Libraries have until the 21st May to submit their applications for the chance to receive an allocation of this year’s Fund.