Libraries for Children & Young Adults and IFLA PAC Satellite Meeting
Creating the future: preserving, digitizing and accessing all forms of children's and young adults’ cultural heritage
14 – 15 August 2013
Bangkok, Thailand—Asia Hotel, Bangkok
Children’s and young adults’ culture exists in multiple forms and media, from nursery rhymes and oral storytelling to videogames, from printed books to eBooks...
Libraries play a key role in preserving this cultural heritage and in giving access to it. How are they doing this? What must they do now so that this heritage is not lost and cultural diversity is preserved? How are they giving young people access to their cultural heritage?
The IFLA Section Libraries for Children and Young Adults, IFLA Core Activity on Preservation and Conservation (PAC), Thailand Knowledge Park (TK Park), the Thai Section of IBBY (ThaiBBY) and the Thai Library Association invite you to submit a proposal for a presentation on the theme “Creating the future: preserving and digitizing all forms of children's and young people’s cultural heritage”, the IFLA Pre- Conference to be held in Bangkok, Thailand, August 14-15, 2013.
The expected audience is likely to include children and young adults’ librarians, National Libraries, libraries serving indigenous people, librarians working in audiovisual and multimedia, storytellers and other performers for children, other professionals working on children’s and young adult’s reading, students and university professors and partners of libraries in joint reading promotion programmes.
For complete and up to date information, please see the conference website
Last update: 3 May 2018