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MLAS Conference on May 29-31, 2024 in Kazakhstan!

We are delighted to invite you to the Management of Library Associations (MLAS) conference in Kazakhstan on May 29-31, 2024. We hope to see many of you in Astana, Kazakhstan! Title of the conference: Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession The Nazarbayev University Library,… Read More

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  • 02 April 2024

MLAS Conference in two months in Kazakhstan!

We are delighted to invite you to the Management of Library Associations (MLAS) conference in Kazakhstan on May 29-31, 2024. We hope to see many of you in Astana, Kazakhstan! Title of the conference: Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession The Nazarbayev University Library,… Read More

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  • 21 March 2024

M&M Midterm Meeting in Lima – Peru

An Ocean of Ideas! Management & Marketing meet in Lima – Peru Standing Committee members will meet in March 4-8 2024 The Management and Marketing Section Standing Committee will hold an in-presence Mid-Term Business Meeting in Lima – Peru from March 4th – 8th. Read More

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  • 20 February 2024

Only one day left to respond to the call for papers MLAS conference : Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession

Call for Papers The program committee seeks submissions in line with the main theme Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession and based on the following topics: Success stories and best practices in academic libraries Innovative strategies for engaging students in academic libraries. Outreach and activities for… Read More

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  • 19 February 2024

Only one week left to respond to the call for papers MLAS conference : Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession

Call for Papers The program committee seeks submissions in line with the main theme Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession and based on the following topics: Success stories and best practices in academic libraries Innovative strategies for engaging students in academic libraries. Outreach and activities for… Read More

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  • 12 February 2024

Only two weeks left to respond to the call for papers MLAS conference : Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession

IFLA MLAS invites library associations leaders, representatives and members at large to share their experiences, case studies, best practices, models and recommendations related to the following areas: Information Integrity;  library advocacy; library association’s financial sustainability;  library associations’ strategic forecasting;  library association membership management.  We welcome submissions in the 7 IFLA… Read More

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  • 05 February 2024

Call for papers : MLAS conference : Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession

IFLA MLAS invites library associations leaders, representatives and members at large to share their experiences, case studies, best practices, models and recommendations related to the following areas: Information Integrity;  library advocacy; library association’s financial sustainability;  library associations’ strategic forecasting;  library association membership management.  We welcome submissions in the 7 IFLA… Read More

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  • 27 January 2024

Bringing Back Patrons to the Library: Promoting Community and In-Person Programming in Digital World

As a result of the COVID 19 pandemic, many library activities transitioned to remote services – with overwhelming success. Over the past two years, activities and services have returned to normal. Most of us are back working in the office. Our patrons are slowly returning to our buildings. Remote services, however, are here to stay. While these online and virtual services allow all types of libraries to continue to meet the varying needs of their communities, social interactions continue to decrease and some patrons remain isolated. There is a need, now more than ever, for libraries to bring back our patrons to the library to promote social engagement and community. How are you bringing back your patrons? Read More

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  • 17 July 2023