Join IFLA’s PAC Centre for digital preservation, hosted at the National Library of Poland, for this sixth webinar in its series covering all aspects of digitisation.
From 26 to 30 June, mayors, UN agencies, local officials, NGOs and experts met at the 11th World Urban Forum, to discuss how to transform cities and so deliver sustainable development. IFLA was present in order to underline the place of libraries and information in making this happen.
Under the theme 'transforming our cities for a better urban future', the 11th edition of the Forum brings a new emphasis on the need for change and sustainability. As institutions embedded in communities, dedicated to providing inclusive, universal and empowering services, there is much for libraries to contribute, as IFLA's latest article indicates.
Join a session prepared by UNESCO's Media and Information Literacy team, working with IFLA, in order to explore how and why media and information literacy matters so much for sustainable urban development.
The 11th World Urban Forum takes place from 26-30 June in Katowice, Poland, under the theme: Transforming our cities for a sustainable urban future.
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 IFLA Preservation and Conservation (PAC) Centre hosted at the National Library of Poland is hosting the first of 10 webinars focussing on all aspects of digitisation.