****2020 WLIC CANCELLED****EXTENDED DEADLINE Call for Papers for 2020 WLIC: "Collection Development in the Era of Open Access"10 January 2020
2019 Satellite Meeting - "Building Digital Libraries through International Collaboration" has been cancelled!!17 April 2019
EXTENDED DEADLINE Call for Papers - 2019 Satellite Meeting now launched: "Building Digital Libraries through International Collaboration"5 February 2019
The Acquisition and Collection Development Section is seeking proposals for papers to be presented at the satellite meeting in New Cairo, Egypt, from August 21-22, 2019. The satellite meeting will focus on building digital libraries within and among countries. It will explore collaboration models that utilize national resources with an international scope.
Call for paper for 2019 WLIC now launched: “Digital Scholarship and Collection Development: Crossroads and Intersections”22 December 2018
The Acquisition and Collection Development Section is seeking proposals for papers to be presented at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Athens, Greece, from August 24-30, 2019. This open program is co-sponsored by the IFLA’s Digital Humanities – Digital Scholarship Special Interest Group. At various points of the Digital Scholarship process, libraries are involved in this work in ways that are specific to their parent institution. In particular, library collections have been increasingly supporting the advancement and progressive expansion of Digital Scholarship during the last decade. Digital scholars work in academic departments, institutional centers and labs, or independently. In many cases, their work may be with large corpora of digital texts, digital images, audiovisual materials, raw data sets, geospatial data, born-digital materials and other types of digital content curated by libraries: content that is either already part of existing library collections or that is proactively acquired by libraries for specific digital scholarship projects.
Annual Report now final for 2017
Colleagues interested in working with the ACD Section but who cannot be re-appointed as Standing Committee our Corresponding members as per IFLA's Rules of Procedure have been appointed as Senior Advisors.
As announced, IFLA's Acquisition & Collection Development Section is pursuing its translation effort of its E-Resource guide which, in its English version, has now gained much attention in the professional arena worldwide.
The purpose of this Guide is to help develop an awareness of the key issues that every library will need to consider and address in developing an e-portfolio
You'll be able to access all the needed information to attend and participate in the 2012..