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IFLA Units+Strategy: Evidence for Global and Disaster Health Special Interest Group – Leading as a Valued Partner

Sponsored by the IFLA Health and Biosciences Section, the IFLA Evidence for Global and Disaster Health (E4GDH) Special Interest Group works to promote and strengthen the roles that librarians play in times of disaster and in response to global health challenges. In the spirit of partnership, this month IFLA features the IFLA Health and Biosciences (HBS) Section and their partner the IFLA Evidence for Global Disaster and Health (E4GDH) Special Interest Group in the Units + Strategy recognition series, for their collaborative efforts not only with each other, but with several external medical and health-related information organisations.  Read about what they’ve been doing and what they’ve got planned for 2022-2023. Read More

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  • 20 October 2022

IFLA Units+Strategy: Health and Biosciences Section Engages and Energises the Healthcare Library Sector

In the spirit of partnership, this month IFLA features the IFLA Health and Biosciences (HBS) Section and their partner the IFLA Evidence for Global Disaster and Health (E4GDH) Special Interest Group in the Units + Strategy recognition series, for their collaborative efforts not only with each other, but with several external medical and health-related information organisations. Read about what they’ve been doing and what they’ve got planned for 2022-2023. Read More

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  • 20 October 2022

IFLA Newsletter, September 2022: Editorial

The importance of access to information as a right for all is of course at the heart of IFLA’s values. It is both a valuable goal in its own right, and an essential precondition for the achievement of so many other rights – to education, health, culture, science and more. Read More

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  • 22 September 2022

New IFLA Publication: Navigating Copyright for Libraries

IFLA is proud to announce the open access publication of Navigating Copyright for Libraries - Purpose and Scope, edited by Jessica Coates, National Library Australia; Victoria Owen, University of Toronto, Canada; and Susan Reilly, Irish Research Electronic Library, Ireland. Read More

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  • 08 September 2022

10 years of the IFLA open access statement: a call to action

IFLA is proud to share its 2022 statement on open access (OA), "10 years of the IFLA open access statement: a call to action". The statement affirms the value of open access and related initiatives,  outlining IFLA's ongoing work in the area. It also offers a commitment to "lead by example, and complete the transition of IFLA’s publications to OA". Read More

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  • 01 September 2022

IFLA Newsletter August 2022: The Learning Issue 💡

This edition highlights just a few of the different ways in which IFLA is enabling this learning. A great example is our Library Map of the World, which is celebrating its 5th anniversary today. The map not only enables new insights into our field but has been an important learning process for the many contributors involved. Read More

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  • 24 August 2022

IFLA WLIC 2022 Session 075

Crisis and Creativity: Art Libraries, Outreach and Serving Our Users Sharing the Artists’ Book Experience Remotely. by Claudia Covert (United States) Digital Resources on Digital Resources: Publications to Make Sense of the Online Art History Landscape by Gabrielle J. Karl-Hohnson (United States) A Comparative… Read More

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  • 20 August 2022

Digitising in the field. An introduction (The IFLA PAC Open Webinar 5/10)

A free webinar on July 28th, 2PM (CEST) at https://tinyurl.com/IFLA-PAC-webinar-5  IFLA’s PAC Centre for digital preservation hosted at the National Library of Poland is holding a series of 10 webinars to walk beginners through the route to basic understanding of digitisation projects. During the fifth webinar in the series, speakers… Read More

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  • 25 July 2022