Tag Archive for 'LTR’s Publication'

[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 Events]

In 2015, the LTR Section participated in the selection process for the De Gruyter / IFLA Research Paper Award by proposing its theme and appointing a jury to select a winning paper. Thanks to all candidates and congratulations to Ana Parvan for winning the Award! Ana’s winning paper, The role of data curator in the CERN Particle Physics Data-Sharing […]

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[LTR Events] Last issue of the LTR’s Newsletter

Dear colleagues,

The new issue of the LTR’s Newsletter is now available :

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[LTR’s Publication] La charte Diigo pour LTR

Bonjour à tous,

nous vous proposons aujourd’hui un article en français sur notre charte Diigo.

Bonne lecture.


La section IFLA LTR effectue une veille, partagée et diffusée sur son blog et sur son compte twitter. Pour conserver cette veille et la diffuser, nous travaillons avec l’outil de marque-page Diigo. Diigo est un outil pour l’organisation des informations. “C’est un outil collaboratif qui permet de faire plusieurs choses comme :

–          Lire plus efficacement grâce aux outils d’annotation

–          Se construire une bibliothèque personnelle

–          Organiser les informations comme on le souhaite

–          Optimiser les collaborations grandes ou petites

–          Partager l’information” (source : Diigo)


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[LTR’s Publication] Diigo Charter for LTR

Dear followers,

As you know, LTR keeps its information monitoring on Library and Information Sciences, History of Books and History of Libraries, with the tools DIIGO.

For helping you to understand our purpose with Diigo, and for helping us to use it well, we made a charter diigo for LTR, inspired from the Diigo Charter of the workgroup Legotheque (French Librarian Association).

You can read this charter in French or in English and if you want to participate to our information monitoring, don’t hesitate to contact us at section.IFLA.LTR@gmail.com or at 

Diigo Charter for LTR 

Charte Diigo pour LTR
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[LTR’s Publication ] The new Library Theory and Research Blog

Welcome to the blog of IFLA’s Library Theory and Research section!

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