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LTR newsletter January 2018
For the purpose of writing new guidelines a survey is beeing conducted in order to gather examples of modern day practice in the organization of library programmes and services that meet needs of people who are deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind. The survey is conducted internationally from February 10th to March 31st 2018.
Library Services to People with Special Needs Section joint with Libraries for Children and Young Adults Section invite presenters from a wide range of countries to discuss how to promote inclusive library services for children and young adults, leaving no one behind, in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Conference date: 23 August 2018
Deadline for Submissions: 28 February 2018
ARL Satellite Meeting " Digital Humanities" - Collection of Papers are now available online
IFLA supported an International Advocacy Programme project in East Africa in 2017. After completion of this regional project we asked the project team some questions and this is what they told us about the four workshops they organised.What did they learn about the role of policy makers?
The session theme is "collaboration in LIS education in developing countries using social media"
After completion of the BSLA project we had some questions for the project team and this is what they told us!
Get inspired by the path of FESABID took in getting input for a new Strategic Plan!
Theme: Libraries as Drivers for Open Access