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Marketing Library and Information Services II A Global Outlook

With contributions from library and information professionals (practitioners, researchers, faculty members, consultants, and others), Marketing Library and Information Services: A Global Outlook highlights a variety of exemplary LIS marketing practices and efforts from around the globe. The following broad topics are explored: changing marketing concepts; marketing library and information… Read More

  • Publications
  • 21 June 2013
  • By: Dinesh K. Gupta, Christie Koontz & Àngels Massísimo (Eds.)

Marketing library and information services: International perspectives

The marketing of library services is an essential agenda item for almost all kinds of libraries all over the world. In this volume 47 experts from 20 countries address the issue through 40 articles. The bundling of dozens of contributions from a truly international group of librarians, presented in… Read More

  • Publications
  • 18 November 2011
  • By: Dinesh K. Gupta, Christie Koontz, Angels Massisimo, & Réjean Savard (Eds.)

Mission and/or Vision Statements of Government Libraries Worldwide

Within recent years the Government Libraries Section of the International federation of Library Associations (IFLA) was contacted by two libraries for viable examples of mission and/or vision statements for a government library, we responded by researching various posted and publicly accessible examples from the websites of some government libraries… Read More

  • Publications
  • 27 July 2010

New version of the Guidelines: German

The Guidelines for Libraries of Government Departments have been translated into German language by Maria Göckeritz and Christine Wellems. It has been published by IFLA at the IFLA Professional Reports series (no. 118). Read More

  • News
  • 20 April 2010
  • By: IFLA Government Libraries Section

Professional Codes of Ethics for Librarians

Librarians all over the world are well aware of their profession’s ethical implications. In more than 60 countries library associations have developed and approved a national code of ethics for librarians. IFLA’s code of ethics draws on this experience, and provides a model and reference for others. During 2010… Read More

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  • 16 April 2009