Welcome to the blog of IFLA’s Library Theory and Research section!
What is Library Theory and Research section of IFLA ?
The Section on Library Theory and Research concerns itself with the continuing development of library and information science through theoretical and applied research in all aspects of the discipline. The Section promotes the importance of investigation and research activities within IFLA’s program, upholds scientific integrity in research and development activities, supports the design and investigation of research projects and the reporting and publication of research results within the library and information science community worldwide.
The Library Theory and Research Blog
The Section wants to improve its offer online. After creating a newsletter and a Twitter account, we want to communicate even more thorough a blog. The purpose of this blog is to communicate updated information to librarians, faculties of LIS universities, students to find various and international information about theory and research in LIS. We’ll also share some information about the LTR Section’s work, projects and publications.
The Blog Team
The LTR blog is written by a group of students of Enssib (Maryline Desaintjean, Aude Mingat, Cécile Etesse, Julie Arros, Lison Malerba, Leonore Roskams, Lucille Munoz, Mathilde Dumaine, Marie Leocmach, Marine Vandermeiren, Sarah Franc), and coordinated by Raphaëlle Bats. Please feel free to send information, to comment the posts and help us to improve our work here.