Tag Archive for 'Communication'

Meet your CPDWL officer

CPDWL will try a new format, to keep the connections of the standing committee members and advisory group members more tight. As a result of the breakout room sessions during the mid-term meeting of CPDWL in February 2022, we are planning to have zoom meetings every month without an agenda, […]

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CPDWL and M&M Online Coaching during WLIC 2021

Need assistance in achieving your goals or expand your professional development or career? Would you like to tackle challenging situations? Have you ever tried the business method of coaching? The IFLA Coaching Initiative, founded by IFLA’s Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning (CPDWL) and Management & Marketing (M&M) Sections, invites […]

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ISSN for scientific blogs

In Germany we have right now a discussion to assigned ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) for scientific blogs. Typically ISSN are used for continuous publications that appear numbered or dated. But also scientific blogs or databases of general interest can be registered. In the allocation, only the formal criteria are […]

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What do publishers want librarians to know?

A little research project from the UK linked to the full anonymised dataset of messages from publishers to librarians. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1pSsgShb5Dj6gwjT3V7ZHHWqSLn_a6U_j The author Bernie Folan: “I carried out a similar project (collecting messages from librarians to publishers) a couple of years ago and that data can be found here https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B1bAnTSVq-LkcnVGUUtTVklMYlE as […]

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How to Host a Virtual Poster Session

The Instruction Committee of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Distance Learning Section (DLS) hosted its first virtual poster session April 1st-5th 2019. The committee sent out a call for proposals to a variety of listservs including ILI, DLS, and RUSA in January of 2019 and accepted a […]

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Knowledge Café 2014: New wrap-up

Learning together: when experts from developed libraries work with developing countries, everyone learns and everyone teaches MARY AUGUSTA THOMAS (Smithsonian Libraries, Washington, DC. United States) Right from the start, the topic was reworked to lessen the “developed/developing polarity. However it provided a great springboard for discussions in all three rotations. […]

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Another summary of table discussion at the Knowledge Café 2014 in Lyon

Learning from others – peer training best practices Moderator: Hannah Fischer, Library of Congress, USA Rapporteur: Karin Finer, European Parliament, Belgium There were many interesting discussions and examples of peer training activities around the world, including projects for sharing ideas and experiences on national level (http://osaavat.org/peerlearning/), dedicated websites for professional […]

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