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IFLA -- WLIC 2018 Kuala Lumpur presentations

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WLIC 2018 Kuala Lumpur presentations

by Albert K. Boekhorst
At IFLA WLIC 2018 in Kuala Lumpur (Session 151), under the theme of ‘Global Action on School Library Education and Training’, the following papers were presented:
  • Regional Workshops: Collaborative Professional Development for In-Service Librarians in South Carolina, USA
    Karen Gavigan, University of Alberta South Carolina, United States [Abstract] | [Presentation]
  • Reforming Education for School Librarians in China
    Zhang (Bella) Jing, Sun Yat-sen University, China [Abstract] | [Presentation]
  • The New U.S. National School Library Standards: Integrated Learning and Growth for Innovative School Librarian Preparation
    Elizabeth Burns, Darden College of Education, United States [Abstract] | [Presentation]
  • The Initial Training of Teacher Librarians in France: Towards the Construction of a Faceted Professional Identity
    Valérie Glass, Cité Internationale, France [Abstract] | [Presentation]
  • Building and Sustaining a Network of School Libraries in Portugal: The Role of Professional Development
    Isabel Mendinhos, Gabinete da Rede de Bibliotecas Escolares, Portugal [Abstract] | [Presentation]


IFLA -- WLIC 2018 Kuala Lumpur presentations

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Augusto Torres - noyoutube disse...

SAY NO TO PORTUGAL TODAY!

The portucigano economy is in the toilet, and droves of it's citizens are fleeing to neighboring Spain to work just to put food on the table! Those who don't go to Spain are swimming, or jumping on bannana boats to go to Angola or Mozambique just to sell their corpo for cod to feed their families. The slightly better off portuciganos are flying to Brasil to live in a favela that is much better than the poor, decrepid conditions they live in now; at least here they can eat.
I observed the portuciganos to be an ignorant bunch stuck in a mental time-warp that only focus on "how" good things were in the distant past rather than focusing on their now deteriorated, non-existant economy, and how bad things really are today.
Perhaps, this is "why" they can't seem to see the log stuck in their eyes but see the splinters in everybody elses eyes. I do find it ironic that they are racist toward Spain, Angola, Mozambique and Brazil only to later go look for a better life in these countries!

***PUTUGAL E UMA MERDA!! E VERDADE E VERDADE AMIGOS!!!***

TE VEJO NO SOPAS DOS POBRES A NOITE COM SEUS IRMAOS DESEMPREGADOS :)