New Professionals Special Interest Group

Sponsoring body: Management of Library Associations

IFLA’s New Professionals Special Interest Group (NPSIG), founded in 2004, is an open global network for library and information science (LIS) new professionals and supporters. We are a special interest group within the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), affiliated with the Management of Library Associations Section (MLAS).

NPSIG is an initiative for and by new professionals. 

Our goal is to welcome new information professionals to the field by hosting virtual and in-person workshops, information sessions, and conference events. We facilitate international networking opportunities for early career librarians and LIS students around the globe.

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New Professionals, Special Interest Groups, Networking, New professionals, Profession, motivation

Last update: 21 October 2015

Latest News

New Blog Post: "An IFLA mindmap"

This is a post by Antoine Torrens, IFLA NPSIG Information Coordinator.

10 June 2016

New Blog Post: "When a door closes, a window opens"

Interview with Courtney Young, American Library Association Immediate Past President, the youngest President the ALA had in the last 80+ years.

10 June 2016

Upcoming Events

2016 August

IFLAcamp4: New Professionals Special Interest Group's Satellite Meeting in Columbus, Ohio

11 – 12 August 2016 (OCLC - Kilgour Building 6565 Kilgour Place, Dublin, OH 43017 (USA))

New Professionals Happy Hour in Columbus, Ohio!

17 August 2016 (Columbus, Ohio)

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