- PL 20/13: Propuestas de IFLADIAL. Más diálogo, transparencia y visibilidad personal (vease PL 18/13)
- PL 19/13: Voces de IFLA 2013. Reflexiones personales sobre la conferencia en Singapur (vease PL 17/13)
- PL 18/13: Proposals from IFLADIAL. More dialogue, transparency and personal visibility
- PL 17/13: IFLA voices 2013. Reflexions on the Singapore conference
- PL 16/13: IFLA citizens. Democracy is more than elections
- PL 15/13: The retail library. “The customer is always right” – so study your users as if they were customers.
- PL 14/13: Election platform for Singapore. IFLA officers are up for election every two years.
- PL 13/13: Hack your library. How can users combine public library data with demographic data, education and health data, economic indicators, arts and culture indicators, or other community indicators?
- P 12/13: 225 million images. Great collection of free pictures at Foter.
- PL 11/13: Discontinuous innovation. When disruption knocks on the door.
- PL 10/13: Latina post-IT in Vilnius. This year LATINA Summer was held in Lithuania.
- PL 9/13: Spring is here. Picture from Gjerdrum.
- PL 8/13: Improving practices. Paper for the IFLA Standards Committee.
- P 7/13: Organizing modernity. Re-reading John Law.
- PL 6/13: Bourdieu is smiling. Major new study of class structure in Great Britain.
- PL 5/13: Statistics workshop in South Africa. A full day event arranged by IATUL – The International Association of Academic and Technical Libraries
- PL 4/13: Robotics in Colombia. Gates Foundation supports public libraries.
- PL 3/13: Soaring tuition and crushing debt. Law jobs are disappearing. All knowledge-based professions are under pressure.
- PL 2/13: OK UK debate on HE. Students ask if they get enough value for their money.
- PL 1/13: What does Hattie say?. Pervasive feedback, high instructional quality, and direct instruction. These are most important inputs teachers can provide.