Recording and slides are now available
IFLA has pleasure in announcing the result of the election of the Governing Board 2019-2021...
IFLA Library Reference Model translated into Hungarian
IFLA Library Reference Model has been translated into Hungarian. The translation was completed by Gazdag Tiborné, Dancs Szabolcs, and Ilácsa Szabinaand. Available at the IFLA LRM page: https://www.ifla.org/publications/node/11412
On 22 and 23 May, two key events on the future of libraries and sustainable development will take place in Buenos Aires, and live streaming will be available!
Durante los días 22 y 23 de mayo se celebrarán en Buenos Aires dos eventos clave sobre el futuro de las bibliotecas y el desarrollo sostenible, ¡y habrá streaming en directo!
Catharina Isberg has been named the new Chair of IFLA Division IV and new member of IFLA Governing Board for the period 2019-2021. Catharina is also a member of the IFLA Management and Marketing Standing Committee.
Exploring the Marrakesh Treaty and its implications for public libraries; visiting the spectacular Oodi Library in Helsinki; working on our major initiatives in snowy Tampere; and ice swimming with karaoke to follow. This is the stuff the Public Libraries Mid-Term in Finland was made of! The Minutes are now available to download.
Join Catharina Isberg (Sweden), Barbara Wennheden (Sweden) and Bergita Shannon (Australia) as they explore the role of coaching, particularly in terms of its value for developing library and information professionals for the future. This free webinar will be held on 28 May 2019.
Check the CPDWL webinar page for full details of the speakers and their interest in the topic of coaching.
IFLA has welcomed Europe Day 2019 as an opportunity to celebrate the importance of collaboration, and to look forward to the upcoming elections. Based on the Library Manifesto for Europe, a growing number of European and national parties are setting out how they plan to help libraries in the coming five years.