A rerun of IFLA's Middle East and North Africa Regional Division Committee WLIC Open Session. Didn't attend WLIC 2022 or missed interesting sessions? This is your chance to get engaged!
IFLA was represented by IFLA's Sub-Saharan Africa Region Committee members and stakeholders, who in partnership with the Malawi Library Association had an opportunity to be part of the Africa Internet Governance Forum was held between 19 and 22 July 2022, in Lilongwe, Malawi.
IFLA's Regional Division Committees will participate at their first IFLA World Library & Information Congress (WLIC) 2022 scheduled for Dublin, Ireland. They have prepared exciting Open sessions and are more than ready to share views and ideas on strengthening library advocacy at the regional evidence. Join their Open sessions to get to know what is happening in the world of libraries across all the regions of the world.
IFLA's Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Division Committee (SSA RDC) will participate at the IFLA World Library & Information Congress (WLIC) 2022 scheduled for Dublin, Ireland. The Open session, an exciting interview of prominent Library and Information Science Heads will share views and ideas on Connecting the Heads: bringing together leadership ideas and experiences for attaining SSA RDC initiatives.
IFLA's Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Division Committee (SSA RDC), in partnership with Malawi Library Association, is participating in the Africa Internet Governance Forum, advocating for the role of libraries in ensuring a sustainable and inclusive digital society. The Forum takes place 19-20 July in Lilongwe, Malawi.
As we increasingly move to a more open access research environment, there are considerations to tackle as we share research instrumentation, data, and published output.
Join us as we consider these issues with librarians who have already been involved in adapting practices to a new open access environment.
Have you ever struggled to understand copyright and licensing for resource sharing? If so, you are not alone. Please join us for this free one-hour webinar that will include a concise overview of copyright and licensing issues, with a specific focus on international resource sharing, followed by a panel discussion with experts in the field.
The recording is available now! This presentation explores how libraries can be proactive in putting climate equity on the top burner in their user communities.