Content tagged Open Source
Ordered by publication date from most to less recent.
(These results include any available translations of the original English documents.)
- IFLA celebrates open access week 2018
It’s Open Access Week! This year’s topic is “Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge”. It raises questions such as “How do we ensure sustainability...
News - 22 October 2018
- IFLA at Mozfest
Our participation to Mozfest was a blast. We met new people and learned a lot from them. Read about the experience and learn the new web literacy tools Mozilla made available to all. One...
News - 16 November 2017
- Video Production Workshop
This presentation, a link at the end, was used at the workshop on Video production. Informing, communicating and disseminating knowledge using audio-visual content during WLIC2017 in Wroclaw,...
Publication - 7 September 2017
Tags: Access to information, Audiovisual and multimedia, Communication, Communities of practice, Digital resources, Electronic resources, Freedom of information, Information technology, Open Source, Professional development, Social inclusion, Resource Guides
- Libraries, Copyright and Innovation at Mozilla Festival
IFLA attended the 7th annual Mozilla Festival (MozFest) on 28-30 October at Ravensbourne College, London, to set out the library perspective on copyright, especially in the context of...
News - 4 November 2016
- Latest IFLA IT Section newsletter released - July 2010
The latest issue of the IFLA ITS Newsletter has three feature articles: "India: the Digital Repository at IICT", "Digital Library Inter-operability" and "...
News - 6 July 2010
Tags: Digital preservation, Digital repositories, Digital resources, Digitisation, Freedom of information, Knowledge management, m-libraries, Open Source, RFID, social networking, Information Technology
- IFLA IT Section Newsletter Dec 2009
The IT Section is pleased to announce the latest issue of the Newsletter - December 2009. The latest issue of the IFLA ITS Newsletter features the following articles: IT Section...
News - 22 December 2009