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Bringing Back Patrons to the Library — Call for Papers for Open Session 2023

The IFLA Social Sciences Libraries Section (SocSci) in cooperation with Reference and Information Services Section (RISS) are hosting an ignite talks session “Bringing Back Patrons to the Library: Promoting Community and In-Person Programming in Digital World” at the 2023 IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 21-25 August 2023. Read More

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  • 27 March 2023

Get Involved with SOCSCI

Would you like to get involved with the Social Science Libraries Section (SOCSCI)? Here’s how: Explore our projects page – contact the project organiser or Section ChairProvide a translation for one of our resources – contact our Information Coordinator Learn how to become a Standing Committee Member –… Read More

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  • 01 January 2023

Satellite Meeting: Global and Comparative Research Design in Library and Information Sciences

This interactive post-satellite workshop is organized by IFLA Library Theory and Research & Social Science Libraries Sections in cooperation with IFLA Journal. This workshop introduces participants to methods and tools to equip them to design, conduct, and critique qualitative and mixed methods research in international and comparative settings. Participants will explore the strengths and weaknesses of a variety of data collection methods and evaluate strategies for research design. Read More

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  • 26 May 2022

Religions: Libraries and Dialogue (RELINDIAL) Special Interest Group is welcoming the applications for the Committee Members

Alongside other Members of the RELINDIAL SIG Committee, successful candidates are responsible for working together to develop and deliver action plans responding to the needs of the library field in their area of focus and review progress on delivering the IFLA Strategy and building awareness of IFLA’s work, and reach out to non-Members. Read More

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  • 23 February 2022

Research Methods in Librarianship: webinar series

The SSLS, partnering with the Library Theory & Research (LTR) Section, host a webinar series/workshop to inspire and enhance the professional practise of those performing social science research across the globe. In this series, librarians and academic professionals will share their extensive experience in research design, methods, analysis, and dissemination… Read More

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  • 31 January 2022