You can follow IFLA’s participation in the WSIS and IGF through the IFLA news page where the live streams of the sessions will be linked and on social media.
Join the Dynamic Coalition on Public Access through Libraries mailing list to stay up to date.
Furthermore you can:
- Use the WSIS Knowledge Communities, a social network platform that follows and engages in all WSIS related activities
Read the IFLA Leaders brief on the IGF and how to get involved:
[MS Word] | [PDF]
- Join the IFLA ICT mailing list
- Represent libraries at the regional and national IGFs
- Review the IGF 2012 Baku Programme Papers, IGF 2013 Bali Programme Papers and the IGF 2014 Istanbul Programme Papers
- Participate in the online consultations on IFLA Trend Report
- Follow our WSIS and IGF activities on Twitter (@IFLADPA)
Last update: 18 August 2016