New Professionals Special Interest Group

Sponsored by: Management of Library Associations Section

IFLA’s New Professionals Special Interest Group (NPSIG), founded in 2004, is an open global network for library and information science (LIS) new professionals and supporters. We are a special interest group within the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), affiliated with the Management of Library Associations Section (MLAS).

NPSIG is an initiative for and by new professionals. 

Our goal is to welcome new information professionals to the field by hosting virtual and in-person workshops, information sessions, and conference events. We facilitate international networking opportunities for early career librarians and LIS students around the globe.

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New Professionals, Special Interest Groups, Networking, New professionals, Profession, motivation

Last update: 13 April 2017

Latest News

Call for papers "Librarian fashion: what does the way we dress say about us?"

Have you ever made a quick judgement about someone because of what they’re wearing? Sure, we have all done it. Does this mean that the way we dress at work influences how we are perceived and categorized in society?

29 December 2017

NPSIG Annual Report 2016-2017

NPSIG activities and actions from September 2016 to August 2017

14 August 2017

IFLAcamp #5 in Wrocław: the Programme

IFLAcamp-round-logo The IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group organizes the famous, one and only IFLAcamp #5 in Wrocław in August 2017!

14 August 2017