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Welcome to the new IFLA Local History and Genealogy Committee members!

IFLA’s Local History and Genealogy Section is pleased to welcome six new colleagues to our Standing Committee. These members were recently elected in the latest round of IFLA elections. The following members are listed below with a link to their candidacy statements, so that you can get to… Read More

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  • 02 June 2023

Meet the National Libraries!

In 2020, the Slavic Reference Service (SRS), a part of International and Area Studies Library at the University of Illinois, in partnership with the National Libraries Section developed an online webinar series to feature national libraries around the world. The series is aimed to be enriching for researchers and librarians… Read More

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  • 02 June 2023

IFLA Richtlinien für Gefängnisbibliotheken (4. Ausgabe)

Diese vierte Ausgabe der IFLA-Richtlinien für Gefängnisbibliotheken bietet ein Instrument für die Planung, Umsetzung und Auswertung von Bibliotheksdiensten für Gefangene in allen Arten von Haftanstalten, einschließlich Erwachsenen- und Jugendgefängnissen. Sie dient als Musterleitfaden für die Entwicklung nationaler Richtlinien für Gefängnisbibliotheken und kann an die örtlichen Gegebenheiten und Bedürfnisse angepasst werden. Read More

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  • 01 June 2023

Save the date: IFLA ARL “Hot Topics” programme now available!

The programme of our “Hot Topics” session at IFLA WLIC in Rotterdam … “From Gutenberg to ChatGPT: Will AI change the mission of academic and research libraries”? Tuesday, August 22 at 10:15am-11:15am … is now ready. Here below is a message from our team member Lorraine Haricombe,… Read More

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  • 31 May 2023

New IFLA ARL Blog post: “Inclusiveness through openness”

IFLA's Academic and Research Libraries (ARL) Section latest blog post was kindly contributed by our colleague Jim O'Donnell, who coordinates the Section's Satellite Meeting that will he hosted by Erasmus University next 18-19 August in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Read More

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  • 30 May 2023