iAfrika: a million in a month!

The coronavirus pandemic has had far-reaching consequences for all aspects of life. A number of countries have implemented partial or full lockdowns to prevent the spread of the virus and people are staying at home, and going online. Many activities that we once did in person – shopping, business meetings, going to school, birthday parties […]

iAfrika Pilot Project Report

iAfrika is a digital libraries service that provides access to information about customs, clan histories and cultural phenomena like dreams, in African languages. This type of information is often unavailable in books or on the Internet but is important to people’s cultures, histories and identities. Based on McNulty Consulting’s theory of change, iAfrika has the […]

Goethe-Institut invites experts to SCECSAL conference

Niall McNulty has been invited to present a workshop on ‘Libraries as Community Memory’ in Nairobi, Kenya. This forms part of the SCECSAL Conference taking place next week. The 20th conference of SCECSAL, the umbrella organisation for library associations in East, Central and Southern Africa, takes place between 4 and 8 June 2012 in Nairobi, […]

Information for Sustainable Development in a Digital Environment

We will be presenting a paper on the Ulwazi Programme at the SCECSAL Conference in Nairobi, Kenya next month. More on the conference below, looks interesting and right up our alley! Technological developments that have taken place during the past decade have brought opportunities which have drastically changed human life. The internet has added a new […]