Tradition and Innovation Cooperation: New Frontiers of access
28 March 2014
São Paulo, Brasil, Universidade de São Paulo
IFLA will be represented by IFLA Manager of Member Services and Development, Fiona Bradley & Governing Board member Glòria Pérez-Salmerón
On 28 March 2014, FEBAB and the University of São Paulo (Information Science Department of the Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters of Ribeirão Preto and supported by the Integrated Library System) will be commemorating the 40th anniversary of the IFLA Latin American and Caribbean Section, with the seminar “Tradition and Innovation Cooperation: New Frontiers of access.”
The Seminar aims to discuss recent trends in management, availability, quality and use of information on investigations carried out in the area of Science, seeking to bring together researchers, managers of educational and research institutions, representatives of funding agencies, evaluators, librarians, ICT specialists and decision makers in different areas.
Within this context, to recover the history of the development impact of projects in the region and still observe itself how IFLA/LAC has acted and encouraging the development of Latin American and Caribbean librarianship, offering a great opportunity and certainly awaken much interest.
More information: FEBAB website
Last update: 2 October 2015