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Call for Papers: World Library and Information Congress 2018

The 84th World Library and Information Congress will take place from August 24 to 30 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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News January 10, 2018 


IFLA Releases 2017 Trend Report Update

The IFLA Trend Report “identifies five high level trends shaping the information society, spanning access to education, privacy, civic engagement and transformation.”

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News December 20, 2017 


IFLA Global Vision Online Voting Open

Until September 30, 2017, members of the international library community can vote on six key questions to help create a global library roadmap for the future.

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News August 21, 2017 


IFLA to Live-stream Selected WLIC Sessions

IFLA today announced that selected sessions of the 2017 World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) will be live-streamed.

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News August 13, 2017 


IFLA Launches the Development and Access to Information (DA2I) Report

The report highlights the essential role access to information plays in development and makes the case for coordinated and sustained efforts by all to guarantee it.

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News July 17, 2017 


Call for Volunteers: IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2017

About 300 volunteers are sought to assist the IFLA participants during IFLA WLIC 2017.

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News February 18, 2017 


uAlberta MLIS Student Wins 2016 IFLA LIS Student Paper Award

Martha Attridge Bufton will receive her award at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Columbus, Ohio.

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News May 23, 2016 


Call for Papers – Libraries and Immigrants: Historical Perspectives

Much has been and is being written about current experiences of libraries and immigrants to our lands. But what of past experiences, and of lessons learnt from the history of our libraries as they welcomed early immigrants to our countries and assisted them to settle and enjoy their new lives?

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News January 20, 2016 


IFLA welcomes the Outcome Document of the WSIS+10 Review

IFLA welcomes the outcome document and its recognition of the importance of ICT for development, the commitment it demonstrates to addressing the digital divide and the identification that we must ensure those who have access can make use of information by facilitating media and information literacy, multilingualism, local content and preservation of culture heritage.

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News December 17, 2015 


Call for online Newsletter articles: Libraries supporting mental, social and physical wellbeing

What kind of work your library does to promote young patrons’ wellbeing?

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News December 10, 2015 


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