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The well-known continual battle between the opposing forces and cultures led me to consult other books in order to better understand the real history behind the struggle being depicted. It had a snowball effect in that answers resulted in more questions and today I still have a deep love of history, cultures, languages and geography. But more so the quest for knowledge brought me into continual contact with our local library One of the memories that Alrina le Roux. Book selector at the Free State Provincial Library Service is of the Disneyland comics and Tintin book, even though she could not read English at the time. She writes Also the Afrikaans comic "Bollie" translated from an English comic I think featuring a well-behaved, well-organised rabbit with a positive outlook think he was blue in colour - for some reason he makes me think of enforced cleanliness [soap].
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It would arrive at the cafe all rolled up with a broad white band around it just waiting for us to break the seal and jump in. Of course my mother had first option. Pamela Mavume, Walter Sisulu University reminisces: It was such a great pleasure to enjoy reading comics and cartoons in my childhood days. My father used to send me to shops nearby to by daily newspapers like: The Star, World and Sunday Times. From the World newspaper I would be the first to turn to page 2 for the Jojo cartoon that was so entertaining.
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Electronic resources E-books and e-readers were all the rage at the fair. There were also m-books books for cell phones and audiobooks. One really interesting item was Enterprise: This is an online multiplayer game that teaches entrepreneurial skills using an economic simulation model. This fits in with Central library s aim to encourage entrepreneurship. There were talks about copyright and licensing which is the one drawback to e- resources. Central library will have to have an e-resource policy Naughty women in kutlwanong the fair has given me an understanding of the situation.
Digitization Digitisation of material was one of the topics of the fair. There were stalls showing the equipment as well as companies, many from India, offering comprehensive services. Central library is in the process of digitising its pamphlet file collection so this was of great interest. I found their book display really useful with titles relevant to what Central library is busy with now i. I was given a tour of the library and it was interesting to find that they have some of the same issues as we do.
One of these was restricting access to the wi-fi to control the usage and costs. It is interesting to note that the library charges adults for a card to take out material. Visits to other libraries are always important and useful as they broaden our network of contacts and expose us to new ideas and processes. It allows one to rate one s own library against international standards. Challenges The book fair is huge so it can feel overwhelming at times. I arrived on the first day of the fair and left on the last day which cut into time available for the event. For the first 3 days the fair is aimed at publishers and agents so one feels a little overwhelmed as a mere librarian.
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