​​IFLA Journal

Volume 40, No.1 (March 2014)



Forty years of IFLA Journal
Stephen Parker 3



A living, breathing revolution: How libraries can use ‘living archives’ to support, engage, and document social movements
Tamara Rhodes​ 5

Archiving Egypt’s revolution: The ‘University on the Square Project’, documenting January 25, 2011 and beyond
Stephen Urgola 12

TIB’s Portal for audiovisual media: New ways of indexing and retrieval
Janna Neumann and Margret Plank ​17

Who will serve the children? Recruiting and educating future children’s librarians
Virginia A. Walter​ 24

Agile management: Strategies for success in rapidly changing times – an Australian University Library perspective
Andrew Wells 30

Corrosion of URLs: Implications for electronic publishing
K.R. Prithviraj and B.T. Sampath Kumar​ 35

Information culture in three municipalities and its impact on information management amidst e-government development
Proscovia Svärd​ 48

Abstracts 60


IFLA Journal is an international journal publishing peer reviewed articles on library and information services and the social, political and economic issues that impact access to information through libraries. The Journal publishes research, case studies and essays that reflect the broad spectrum of the profession internationally.

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