Only one day left to respond to the call for papers MLAS conference : Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession19 February 2024
Only one week left to respond to the call for papers MLAS conference : Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession12 February 2024
Only two weeks left to respond to the call for papers MLAS conference : Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession5 February 2024
Call for Papers for Libraries and the Digital Preservation of Cultural Heritage; 6th Conference of the Lebanese Library Association5 February 2024
Call for papers : MLAS conference : Connect, Collaborate, Create: Advancing Library Associations and Partnerships to Future-proof our Profession27 January 2024
IFLA MLAS in collaboration with the Nazarbayev University Library and the Association of University Libraries in the Republic of Kazakhstan offer a conference in May!19 January 2024
The IFLA MLAS Advocacy Impact Evaluation Project is a two-year project started in November 2021. The final project result, the Review of Advocacy Impact Evaluation Practices in the Library Field, is scheduled to be published in August 2023. The aim of the project is to strengthen the advocacy impact evaluation practice in the library field by providing a set of guidance and recommendations about how to measure and evaluate the library advocacy impact.
Over the last years the IFLA Management of Library Associations Section (MLAS) has followed a strategy to engage closely with the regions of the world: Asia/Oceania, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa and North America.
The webinar series "Sustainable Development Goals and Library Associations" follows the IFLA Strategic Direction 1.1 Show the power of libraries in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. A working group from MLAS in collaboration with IFLA New Professionals SIG and IFLA Regional Divisions will coordinate webinars about various top topics resulting from a survey MLAS carried out during 2020-2021. The webinar format includes interactive opportunities to engage attendees in conversations in languages spoken in the regions. Stay tuned for more information,
Save the Date! Next dates for IFLA MLAS & NPSIG "Empowering Library Leaders and Diversity Worldwide" webinars. MENA: May 25 // Sub-Saharan Africa: May 26 // Latin America & Caribbean: 15 June // Asia and Oceania: June 21
IFLA’s Management of Library Associations Section Launches Webinar Series on Diversity and Leadership4 March 2022
IFLA’s Management of Library Associations Section (MLAS) in collaboration with the New Professionals Special Interest Group (NPSIG) is proud to announce a new webinar series to empower new library leaders worldwide and foster diversity within the profession.
The World Library and Information Congress in Dublin this August 2020 will be spectacular! The MLAS open session is titled "Big dreams, real impact: creating a practical approach to the SDGs." We have great expectations of generating many conversations and collaborations. We are looking forward to seeing you all in Dublin!
World Library and Information Congress in Athens August 2019 awaits! MLAS open session proposal is titled Library Associations in cross border actions. We hope this theme will inspire many discussions and future collaborations. Looking forward to meeting you in Athens!