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Back to the webinar “Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Digital Preservation”

The IFLA Information Technology and Preservation and Conservation sections, along with the Artificial Intelligence SIG, organized a webinar on the intersection of artificial intelligence and heritage and culture preservation in the context of libraries. The event is a milestone on the challenging exploration of that topic.

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  • 21 June 2024

What does Open Science mean to you? Meet our new Open Science and Scholarship Advisory Committee

IFLA’s newest advisory committee, Open Science & Scholarship, was endorsed by the Governing Board in 2023. The committee is using its first term to August 2025 to further define IFLA’s contributions to these issues, raise awareness among the Federation, collaborate with other IFLA units and partners to to shape opinion and debate around open access and library values, including intellectual freedom and human rights. Other issues that intersect with open science and scholarship include copyright reform and rights retention, equity and diversity (in all forms), trust and misinformation.

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  • 11 March 2024

View Online – IFLA ENSULIB Webinar Series: Sustainability in Libraries

Can libraries afford to wait for others to fix the world while toxic waste, climate change and pollution harm our environment? How much of a difference can we make anyway? This webinar aims to raise ambitions for greener library buildings, provide examples of how library services can lead by example as sustainably managed organisations and highlight the opportunities to work in partnership with users to work together and move towards a smarter, sustainable world.

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  • 30 June 2023

IFLA ENSULIB Webinar Series: Sustainability in Libraries

Can libraries afford to wait for others to fix the world while toxic waste, climate change and pollution harm our environment? How much of a difference can we make anyway? This webinar will aim to raise ambitions for greener library buildings, provide examples of how library services can lead by example as sustainably managed organisations and highlight the opportunities to work in partnership with users to work together and move towards a smarter, sustainable world.

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  • 15 May 2023

Academic Libraries Today: Our Future is Now

Celebrating 100 Years: the University of Hong Kong Libraries’ Centenary Anniversary Conference

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  • 03 April 2013
  • By: Peter Sidorko, University Librarian, The University of Hong Kong