Launched just three weeks ago, the IFLA Library is part of IFLA’s Digital Content Programme Key Initiative and is designed to provide a repository to collect together IFLA’s own publications for ease of location, search, display and preservation.
See for yourself: over 200 papers are already available!
In line with IFLA’s Open Access and Copyright Policy, authors of papers accepted for the Congress have assigned a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported licence (CC BY 3.0) to their work. This licence enables IFLA to make copies of the papers available in its repository and permits the widest possible dissemination and use of the papers.
Following the 2013 Congress, presentation slides will also be made available where permission is granted by the speaker.
All content will be discoverable via Google and Google Scholar and development of the IFLA Library platform will continue to enhance the search, browse and help facilities for users.