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Systematic Review Success: IFLA Social Science Libraries' Webinar Program is available

6 May 2024

    The program of the IFLA Social Sciences Libraries’ webinar Systematic Review Success: An Introductory Workshop for Librarians & Information Professionals has been published! What we will discuss: • Systematic Review in the Realm of Social Science • Implementing an Interdisciplinary Systematic Review Service • Conducting Systematic Reviews in a Limited Resourced Country: A Namibian Experience • Large Language Models for Writing Scientific Reviews

    Lincoln Corners: Cultural understanding in Pakistan

    14 March 2024

      Lincoln Corners is a partnership program between the Embassy of the United State of America and Pakistani university libraries, public libraries and cultural centres are part of this program. Currently 19 Lincon Corner centres are providing services throughout Pakistan via consuls general in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and Peshawar.

      Join us at the "Bringing Back Patrons to the Library" Session at WLIC-2023!

      11 July 2023

        The IFLA Social Sciences Libraries Section (SocSci) in cooperation with Reference and Information Services Section (RISS) are hosting an ignite talks session “Bringing Back Patrons to the Library: Promoting Community and In-Person Programming in Digital World” at the 2023 IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, on Wednesday, 23 August, 11:30 – 12:30, at RTM Stage (Session ID: 151)

        Religions: Libraries and Dialogue (RELINDIAL) Special Interest Group is welcoming the applications for the Committee Members

        23 February 2022

          Alongside other Members of the RELINDIAL SIG Committee, successful candidates are responsible for working together to develop and deliver action plans responding to the needs of the library field in their area of focus and review progress on delivering the IFLA Strategy and building awareness of IFLA’s work, and reach out to non-Members.