IFLA 2018 : interventions des francophones le lundi 27 août

Si vous participez à l’IFLA cette année, ne manquez pas demain, lundi 27 août, les interventions suivantes, toutes données par des francophones !

Session 137, Libraries, as a catalyst for economic, social and cultural development: the local libraries have acted as a vehicle for access to knowledge, ideas and information and as a free service open and available to anyone – Africa (SI). Importance of action synergy and Governmental support to make visible Malagasy Librarian community. Reyna Josvah-Rabiaza (Public institution for developing good governance and integrity, Madagascar), Julisse Rafaramilanto (Public institution for developing good governance and integrity, Madagascar) et Offline Internet Access: Extending the reach of libraries in Africa. Lachal Jérémy (Libraries Without Borders, France), Peich Muy-Cheng (Libraries Without Borders, France)

◉ Session 141, Beyond MARC – Cataloguing. Still waiting for that funeral: the challenges and promises of a Next-Gen Intermarc. Sébastien Peyrard (Bibliothèque nationale de France, France) Mélanie Roche (Bibliothèque nationale de France, France)

◉ Session 142, Librarian Fashion: What does the way we dress say about us? – New Professionals, Management of Library Associations and Public Libraries. A New Look for a New Role; Challenging Stereotypes of Librarian Style, Dina Youssef (Biblitoheca Alexandrina, Egypt)

◉ Session 151, Presentation of the coming book: School Library Education and Training – School Libraries. The Initial Training of Teacher Librarians in France: Towards the Construction of a Faceted Professional Identity. Valérie Glass (Cité internationale, France)

Session 159, Progress in the IFLA Library Development Programme – Strategic Programmes: Library Development Programme (SI) avec Raphaëlle Bats (Enssib).

◉ Session 164, Reference and information services shifting gears – Reference and Information Services. Librarians as information champions in the world of infobesity and fake news, Jérémy Lachal (Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France), Muy-Cheng Peich (Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France), Adam Echelman (Libraries Without Borders, United States), Allister Chang (Libraries Without Borders International, United States)

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