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Professional Unit Communication Award - call for nominations - by 31 July 2017

The IFLA Professional Unit Communication Award focuses on IFLA communication activities of any IFLA Professional Unit(s) – Divisions, Sections, Special Interest Groups, Strategic Programmes and Core Activities. To identify a winner of the award, the Professional Committee invites nominations to be submitted to IFLA Headquarters by the deadline of 31 July 2017.

27 Juin 2017 | Professional Unit Communication Award

New IFLA Standard: Definition of PRESSoo: A conceptual model for Bibliographic Information Pertaining to Serials and Other Continuing Resources

The Committee on Standards is pleased to announce the publication of the Definition of PRESSoo: A conceptual model for Bibliographic Information Pertaining to Serials and Other Continuing Resources

22 Mai 2017 | Committee on Standards, IFLA standards, PRESSoo, FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records), FRBRoo, Object-Oriented, conceptual models, serials, continuing resources

New IFLA Standard: Statement of International Cataloguing Principles (ICP) 2016

IFLA is pleased to announce the publication of the Statement of International Cataloguing Principles (ICP) 2016.

2 Mars 2017 | ICP, standard, Cataloguing

Joint winners of the IFLA Professional Unit Communication Award 2016

Find out why the Public Libraries Section and New Professionals SIG were selected as joint winners of the IFLA Professional Unit Communication Award 2016

20 Septembre 2016 | Awards, Officers Corner

New IFLA Standard now available

IFLA Guidelines for Continuing Professional Development: Principles and Best Practices are now available

16 Août 2016 | Committee on Standards, IFLA standards, best practices, guidelines, Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning

Professional clinics – one-to-one support for Officers and Information Coordinators

Do you have an issue connected with your professional IFLA work that you’d like to discuss with someone from the IFLA Professional Committee or someone from IFLA HQ? Do you feel stuck on a problem with no-one to talk to? The Professional Clinics offer one-to-one support for Officers and Information Coordinators to ask a quick question, or to sit and discuss a problem or challenge in more detail.

19 Juillet 2016

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