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CoS at WLIC 2022: Sessions about standards

At the World Library and Information Congress in Dublin the last week of July 2022, there are many business meetings and sessions where you can hear more about the work of the Advisory Committee on Standards and its sub-committees. Here is the list of our meetings, in chronological order, plus… Read More

  • News
  • 25 July 2022

The IFLA ENSULIB Webinar Series Project

ENSULIB holds free webinars irregularly on the topics related to the green and sustainable libraries and library projects, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and other relevant emerging trends. The following are the webinars held by ENSULIB recently. You may also visit our IFLA ENSULIB… Read More

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  • 04 March 2022

Conferences

2021 The role of IFLA standards in the context of a changing information society Thursday 19 August 2021 (No papers in the IFLA Library, recording available, 35 min, login required) BOULET, Vincent (2021) The role of IFLA Standards in the context of a changing… Read More

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  • 24 January 2022

IFLA Namespaces Basic Training

This is a 1.5-hour training webinar for IFLA Committee Members who contribute standards to the Namespaces and need to know how the system works, how to review and update information and how GitHub works with the Namespaces. Before attending the session, the registrants should… Read More

  • Events
  • 26 November 2020

Just released: two new IFLA Standards

Just endorsed by the Professional Committee: Guidelines on Public Internet Access in Libraries and Guidelines for Setting Up a Digital Unification Project Read More

  • News
  • 29 August 2019
  • By: anonymous

IFLA Library Reference Model translated into Hungarian

IFLA Library Reference Model has been translated into Hungarian. The translation was completed by Gazdag Tiborné, Dancs Szabolcs, and Ilácsa Szabina and is available off the IFLA LRM webpage. Read More

  • News
  • 16 May 2019
  • By: Bibliographic Conceptual Models Review Group

Funding to support development of IFLA Standards

The development of IFLA Standards is, in general, carried out through the voluntary contribution of (sometimes significant) time and financial support by or for Standing Committee members and other volunteers working with the relevant Standing Committee or other Professional Unit. In some circumstances, additional funding from IFLA Professional Committee Funds is… Read More

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  • 07 September 2018