The updated version of the IFLA Standards Procedure Manual is now published and available in the IFLA repository and from the IFLA web page, Creating and Revising Standards.
What do the three have in common? At WLIC in Rotterdam, during an impromptu meeting facilitated by Braindate, a group of WLIC attendees came together to discuss their shared interest in accessibility metadata. Accessibility metadata is information recorded about the accessibility features and hazards that are important for users with disabilities or special needs. This metadata allows a user to know how accessible a resource is before they borrow, download, or buy a resource.
The Advisory Committee on Standards (CoS) welcomes you to its sessions during the World Library and Information Congress in Rotterdam, 20-25 August 2023.
Read and subscribe to the new IFLA Standards Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1 released in March 2023!
Until March 31, Invitation for World-wide Review of LRMoo, the object-oriented formulation of the IFLA Library Reference Model25 February 2023
The LRMoo Working Group of the Bibliographic Conceptual Models Review Group is pleased to invite your responses in the world-wide review of LRMoo.
The IFLA ISBD Review Group is pleased to announce the release of the 2021 Update to the 2011 Consolidated Edition of the ISBD.
This site allows for linked data access to various IFLA Standards.
Theme: IFLA Standards and Professional Practices in Conversation
Just endorsed by the Professional Committee: Guidelines on Public Internet Access in Libraries and Guidelines for Setting Up a Digital Unification Project
Transformation is one of the big themes at the IFLA 2018 World Library and Information Congress. Come along to the Committee on Standards open session to hear more about the impact of recently published IFLA Standards and the issues that challenge our thinking about standards development.
The IFLA Committee on Standards will meet during the WLIC in Poland.
LIDATEC will meet on Thursday 24 August in Poland, during the WLIC.
IFLA Guidelines for Continuing Professional Development: Principles and Best Practices are now available
The IFLA Committee on Standards will hold an open session in Helsinki on Thursday 16th August during the WLIC 2012. All are welcome to attend to give their input and suggestions to the Committee on Standards and to hear more about what the Committee plans to do.
The committee will coordinate standards work within and beyond IFLA and support standards activities in IFLA professional units, principally in sections.