Tag Archive for 'information policy'

Five information disorders that could sink the SDGs, and how to prevent this

In IFLA’s work around the SDGs, our core theme is the importance of meaningful access to information as a key driver for development.

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The 10-Minute International Librarian #10: Find, and sign up to, a library blog

Libraries are at the heart of so many key discussions. Information – and the changing ways in which it is collected, produced, presented, shared and used – is a top political issue. With centuries of experience, libraries have so much to bring to any discussion Of course, these changes also […]

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The 10-Minute Library Advocate #11: Sign Up to a Blog or Newsletter About Library-Related Issues

Advocacy is about seeing the bigger picture. To convince others of the value and importance of your work, you need to understand the context in which they work. What are the major issues, the major trends, the hot topics? If you know these, you can make your arguments more relevant. […]

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