The Annual Conference of Malaysia Libraries 2023 featured a diverse range of topics, speakers, and workshops, making it a valuable platform for knowledge sharing and networking. The conference attracted over 400 participants including librarians from various types of libraries, information experts, academics, industry players and companies providing services in the fields of libraries, information technology and digital services.
The Human Library Organisation held a programme with the hashtag #UnjudgeSomeone on January 14, 2023 at the Jakarta Cikini Library in Central Jarkata. The aim of the event was to provide an opportunity for everyone to hear stories from living collections based on their life experiences. Collections are people who have been stigmatized by society.
NUS Libraries TEL Imaginarium Escape Room Adventure: Discover Collections through Immersive Learning23 October 2023
Modeling Life-Long Learning and showcasing Tech-Enhanced Learning and Collections through Puzzle-Solving...
The Libraries of the ASEAN University Network (AUNILO), a thematic network under the ASEAN University Network (AUN), serves as a platform for discussing strategies and sharing experiences in navigating the evolving landscape of education. The 18th AUNILO Meeting, which took place from 1 to 3 August 2023, gathered participation from a range of countries.
It is one of the primary tasks of the library management to show, acknowledge and announce to the world library community the state of the information and library sector in our country and the changes being implemented. Our membership in international librarianship institutions and organisations allows us to make many innovations in the library field. In addition, through IFLA, our employees participate in congresses, conferences, practical seminars and various studies, training and exchange of experience.
On behalf of the IFLA Regional Office, we congratulate all members of the incoming IFLA Regional Division Committee for Asia and Oceania. A special thanks goes out to all the outgoing members. We are humbled and privileged to work alongside with all of you.
With the recent conclusion of the 88th IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC), I hope all of you are invigorated and brimming with insights and ideas shared by information professionals all over the world which you could bring back to adapt and implement for your communities.
IFLA's global reach and geographical diversity will be on show at this year's World Library and Information Congress, in particular through the sessions organised by our Regional Council and Regional Division Committees. Each Committee has worked hard to prepare exciting open sessions, complemented by open business meetings, and our new Hubs Results Session, sharing views from our WLIC 2023 Regional Hubs.
We are back with another issue of the IFLA Asia & Oceania Regional Newsletter. Read on for news about the region!
Read about this short video project titled “The Very Collection in My Library”, where they showcased precious books preserved in their respective libraries. Through this project, we could trace the path of book evolution since ancient times.
The Library Collection Analytics Dashboard: Optimising Technologies, Strengthening Evidence-Based Decisions5 June 2023
Read about this project, a proud winner of Nanyang Technological University’s SASD Service Innovator Award in March 2023. Its success frees up at least 275 hours of processing work, enabling staff to focus on higher value work and achieve greater operational efficiency.
Read about the National Library of the Republic of Kazakhstan that keeps more than 7 million documents in its collections, which serve as the historical memory of the Kazakh people.
Read about this prominent event in the ILIPS Series, initiated by the Society for Library Professionals in 2012 and held at the international level since 2016.
Read about a special discussion (Jasmerah Discussion) conducted on 9 March 2023 by the National Library of Indonesia regarding the Southeast Asian maritime world.
Read about the symposium, presented by State Library of Queensland, that boasted a stellar line-up drawing together online and in house, library practitioners, local councils, government, industry partners and other stakeholders from across Queensland and internationally.
Read about this nationwide reading promotion initiative in China, aimed at sparking the passion of reading among children aged 0 to 15 and improving their reading ability with new arrivals in the collection as well as a variety of reading activities.
Greetings from IFLA's Regional Division Committee for Asia and Oceania!
Greetings from IFLA's Regional Office for Asia and Oceania!
As part of its SDG webinar series organized by the IFLA Asia-Oceania Regional Division Committee, this webinar focused on the best practices by Northeast Asian libraries and librarians to support the UN SDGs. Through this program, IFLA Regional Division Committee for Asia and Oceania aims to inspire and encourage colleagues within the region to advance their efforts to bring the UN SDGs to fruition.