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[LTR Events] Participatory project in Libraries: the open session 2016

Dear colleagues,

We want to thank you for your presence at the open session of the section Library Theory and Research (LTR), the sunday 14th of August 2016.

W-Y. Lin, A. Wyman, S. Crawford Barniskis, R. Bats, D. Dijana Sabolović-Krajina

W-Y. Lin, A. Wyman, S. Crawford Barniskis, R. Bats, D. Dijana Sabolović-Krajina


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[LTR’s Event] Call for papers, IFLA 2015, Digital preservation as a site of contestation

IFLA’s Library Theory and Research Section LTR invites you to submit a proposal for its satellite meeting, in link with the 81st IFLA World Library and Information Congress, Cape Town South Africa. 12-13 August 2015. University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa (Day 1) ; Robben Island, South Africa (Day 2) Theme […]

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[LTR’s Event] Call for papers, IFLA 2015, The Lyon Declaration in Action: Measuring the Impact of Access to Information and Development

IFLA’s Library Theory and Research Section LTR) joint with Statistics and Evaluation Section SSE) invites you to submit a proposal for its open programme at the 81st IFLA World Library and Information Congress to be held in Cape Town South Africa, 15-21 August 2015. Theme : The Lyon Declaration in Action: Measuring […]

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[LTR’s Event] Call for papers, IFLA 2015, Quality assurance of Library and information science (LIS) programs

The Education and Training Section joint with Library Theory and Research Section and LIS Education in Developing Countries Special Interest Group invite proposals for our joint open session at the next IFLA Congress in Cape Town, South Aftrica. Theme: Quality assurance of Library and information science (LIS) programs See the full […]

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IFLA WLIC 2014 | #2 LTR Conference

Dear followers,

today we present you a second article on the 2014 IFLA Congress. Yesterday we had the opportunuity to attend the LTR Conference on the theme : Libraries in the political process: benefits and risks of political visibility

It was a very interesting conference with four different contributions. Originally there had to be six presentations, but unfortunately, two of the speakers had to cancel their venue to the congress. Nevertheless here is a little overview of what the speakers have presented to the audience. If you are interested and you could not attend this conference, the papers are on the IFLA Library website

 

The speakers

The speakers

 

Chers lecteurs,

aujourd’hui nous vous présentons notre deuxième article sur le congrès IFLA 2014. Hier nous avons eu l’opportunité d’assister à la conférence LTR sur le thème suivant : Libraries in the political process: benefits and risks of political visibility


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[LTR’s Conferences ] Libraries in the political process: benefits and risks of political visibility : call for papers IFLA 2014

The theme “Libraries in the political process: Benefits and risks of political visibility” reflects the global theme of the IFLA 2014 Congress, “Libraries, Citizens, Societies: Confluence for Knowledge”, in many respects. Librarians often complain that libraries are overlooked or taken for granted. But when libraries appear in the headlines, it may be a […]

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