The ongoing strike by the research scholars of the University of Calicut gathered momentum on Monday when postgraduate students at various teaching departments on the campus joined the agitation under the banner of the Students Federation of India (SFI).
The striking students gheraoed T.A. Abdul Azeez, librarian in charge of the campus central library, in protest against the denial of books to them. The functioning of the university library has gone haywire since the research scholars launched a round-the-clock reading protest in the central library eight days ago under the banner of the All Kerala Research Scholars Association (AKRSA).
Anne Frank's "The Diary of a Young Girl" and scores of books about the young Holocaust victim have been vandalized in Tokyo public libraries since earlier this year. The damage was mostly in the form of dozens of ripped pages in the books. Librarians have counted at least 265 damaged books...
Things may be happening on the library front. The city is considering exchanging the Costa Mesa/Donald Dungan Library (7,500 square feet) with the Neighborhood Community Center building, which would make the library three times as big.
Last week The Bookseller published the following words on its cover. “The public library network could reach a tipping point before the end of the year where we have lost a level of service that we will never be able to get back . . . We really are in a state of emergency.” The words were spoken to us by library campaigner Laura Swaffield, and reflect a sense of alarm and urgency about our libraries that is sadly not shared by the current coalition Government. A tweet of this front-cover I published on Friday has since been retweeted more than 1,000 times.
Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) (JVM) Member of Parliament, Dr. Ajay Kumar today strongly opposed Central School Oranisation move to close down Kendriya Vidyalaya (Central School) at Surda, about 40 kms from here, in copper township of
ProLiteracy, in partnership with the Onondaga County Public Library and the American Library Association Office for Literacy and Outreach Services, is launching a Library Literacy Action Agenda designed to help increase and expand adult literacy services in public libraries across the nation.
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