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.

  • News
  • 11 March 2024

IFLA NPSIG: IFLAcamp #9 in Rotterdam

IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group announces the ninth edition of IFLAcamp! This event is organised together with the Goethe-Institut Niederlande in Rotterdam on 18 - 19 August, 2023. Join us for this exciting event focused on the theme of "The European Year of Skills" established by the European Commission in 2023.

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  • 22 June 2023
Tags: News, Skills

IFLA Satellite Conference 2023 – Art Libraries Section: ‘Big Ideas and Challenging Questions’

The Rijksmuseum Research Library and the IFLA Art Libraries Section (ARTLIB) will organize a satellite conference from 17 - 19 August at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam around the theme Big Ideas, Challenging Questions.

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  • 31 March 2023

Resource Sharing: A Key Pillar of Open – Final Conference of the HERMES Project

Save the date for the final conference of the HERMES project on resource sharing, bringing together librarians, researchers, students and advocates for a knowledge commons in order to share tools, learn lessons, and identify future needs in the field of resource sharing. The conference takes place on 18 April 2023 at the National Library of the Netherlands in The Hague, with training on 19 April.

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  • 03 February 2023