Tag Archive for 'IFLA'

Subject Analysis and Access Section – new and outgoing members

2019 was an election year, and for the first time – at least to our knowledge – we had too many people wanting to join us and IFLA institutional members had to vote for two candidates. From left: Jane Makke, Sally McCallum, Caroline Saccucci, Athena Salaba, Rehab Ouf, Harriet Aagaard, […]

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Subject Analysis and Access Section – new and outgoing members

Section members and outgoing members present at WLIC 2017 At WLIC 2017 in Wrocław, Poland, we had both the sad task of saying good bye to outgoing members and the happy task of welcoming new members. Outgoing members: Maja Žumer, Sandy Roe, Lynn Howarth, Tiiu Tarkpea, Min Young Hwang, Ekaterina […]

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IFLA Section Subject Analysis and Access (former name: Classification & Indexing)

  Photo from our meeting in Columbus, Ohio at WLIC 2016. (From the left: Lynn Howarth, George Prager, Chris Oliver, Sally McCallum, John DeSantis, Rehab Ouf, Tiiu Tarkpea, Sandy Roe, Elise Conradi, Maja Žumer, Ulrike Junger and Harriet Aagaard. Not present: Mauro Guerrini, Aida Slavic, Ana Stevanovic, Min Young Hwang,  Elena […]

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WLIC 2016 C&I Open Session August 16

The Classification & Indexing Section will host the Open Session “Reclaiming subject access to indigenous knowledge”  on  Tuesday August 16. The Open Session will be chaired by John DeSantis and Maja Žumer. Classifying and Indexing Philippine Indigenous Materials with Emphasis on the Codillera Cristina B. Villanueva, University of the Philippines Baguio, Philippines […]

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Registration opened – Subject Access : Unlimited Opportunities 11-12 August 2016

The Conference will focus on Classification and Indexing in all varieties of libraries and information centers with particular attention to best practices and activities. With a global interest in mind, this Satellite Conference will aim to provide a thoughtful and engaging discussion about an array of worldwide issues regarding Classification and […]

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