“The Lubuto Library Project: Proving the Value of High–quality Public–access Libraries in International Development"

“The Lubuto Library Project: Proving the Value of High–quality Public–access Libraries in International Development 1h17m" San José State University, School of Library and Information Science Colloquium Series Webcast, October 19, 2011. The Lubuto Library Project (LLP) is the perfect example of the positive impact libraries can have on international development.

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"Members Learn About the Lubuto Library Project’s Programs for Zambian Children and Youth," by Rita Ormsby.

"Members Learn About the Lubuto Library Project’s Programs for Zambian Children and Youth," by Rita Ormsby. Special Libraries Association New York Chapter, July 2011. Lubuto Library Project founder and president, Jane Kinney Meyers made a presentation to New York Chapter members on May 14, an update on Lubuto libraries being built and their programs for vulnerable street children and youth in Zambia

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Lubuto Library Project: Bringing Knowledge to Zambian Children.

Lubuto Library Project: Bringing Knowledge to Zambian Children. Langner, Stacy; Meyers, Jane Kinney; Wagner, Mary M. In Global Perspectives on School Libraries: Projects and Practices. Edited by Luisa Marquardt and Dianne Oberg. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter Saur, 2011, p. 188-198. The Lubuto Library Project’s approach to meeting the needs of orphans, vulnerable children and youth in Sub-Saharan Africa is described.

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Society for International Development Podcast on the Lubuto Library Project Zambian Language Literacy Program.

Society for International Development Podcast on the Lubuto Library Project Zambian Language Literacy Program.Washington DC Chapter of Society for International Development May 13, 2011. Jane Meyers and Mike Lee, of Sugar Labs and One Laptop Per Child, presented the Lubuto Library Project Zambian Language Literacy Project – LubutoLiteracy, demonstrated some of its results and discussed its impact. 

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