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Where Do We Meet? Perspectives from Software Developers and Subject Specialists on Creating Machine Learning Projects - Webinar presentations are published!

6 January 2023

    The IFLA Subject Analysis and Access Section’s Working Group on Automated Indexing organized the webinar titled "Where Do We Meet? Perspectives from Software Developers and Subject Specialists on Creating Machine Learning Projects" on November 9, 2022. Presentation slides are now available.

    2023 New Year's Message from IFLA President Barbara Lison

    6 January 2023

      Dear colleagues, As 2022 came to an end and the New Year starts, I wanted to write to thank all of you involved in making IFLA what it is. As a Federation, it is in our name that we are a wide community. IFLA is about bringing people together, providing a common space and a platform for doing more together than we could ever do apart.

      Libraries, information and integrity

      21 December 2022

        As part of IFLA's engagement at this year's High-Level Political Forum, the Dag Hammarskjold Library at the United Nations kindly hosted an IFLA session discussing the trends which are shaping how far access to information is enabling sustainable development today. Today we share the report of this event.

        Libraries delivering on open government: IFLA speaks at African Peer Review Mechanism

        17 December 2022

          Drawing on the insights provided in the publication "The Government Information Landscape in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities for Improvement", IFLA presented on the role of libraries at the African Peer Review Mechanism's African Governance Seminar, highlighting our contribution to open governance goals. We are grateful to Nerisa Kumar, Information Africa Organization, for attending and providing this report.