Zambia Daily Mail Limited. 6 June 2018. “Asikana entering ICT industry.” Learn about the coding boot camps being held for girls by one of Lubuto’s partners, Asikana, and our participation in these events as part of our DREAMS programming.
EIFL. 9 January 2018. "EIFL Public Training Initiative in Zambia." Learn about the partnership between EIFL and LIAZ targeting 12 Zambian public libraries, including Lubuto Libraries, with the goal of building "digital technology and professional skills of public library staff to enable them to initiate new public library services that use technology to meet community needs."
EIFL. 15 March 2017. "Congratulations to 19 African Library Innovators!" Ngwerere Library's manager, Besa, was selected as one of 19 people chosen to be a part of the IYALI (Initiative 'African Young Library Innovators') learning experience. Her profile is included in the article
Giles, Elizabeth, August 19, 2015. Elizabeth's paper on her research presented at the 2015 IFLA conference in Cape Town, South Africa for the "Dynamic African Libraries for Young People: showcasing best practices to inspire us all" session.
Meyers, Jane Kinney, August 16, 2015. Jane's paper on partnerships presented at the 2015 IFLA conference in Cape Town, South Africa for the "Dynamic partnerships for access development and transformation in libraries for young people" session.
Kupryte, Rima, April 14, 2015. "How public libraries can help 120 million illiterate young people." EIFL Newsletter. The new LubutoLiteracy lessons were featured in EIFL's April 2015 newsletter along with a picture of Lubuto children.
Meyers, Jane, April 29, 2015. Jane's statement on behalf of Lubuto for the National Stakeholders Symposium on the Zambia Library and Information Bill and Policy Documents. In response to this speech, Mr. Mark Chona remarked that:
Chona, Mark, January 15, 2015. Mumuni-Lubuto Letter of Appreciation Prominent Zambian Mark Chona reflects on the historical significance and impact of the Mumuni library as a "center of excellence" for rural Zambia.
Mukonde, Thomas Kasonde. “The Lubuto Library Partners: An Insider’s Perspective” [iSchool Colloquium Series] San José State University iSchool, January 7, 2015. This talk reviews recent developments in Lubuto Library Partners such as the opening of the first rural library, Mumuni. The speaker also reflects on the state of the LIS profession in Zambia and Lubuto’s mandate by the government of Zambia to provide expertise on youth services librarianship. Opportunities and challenges for the future of youth library services in Zambia are discussed. Listen to recording.