IFLA 2018 : interventions francophones le mercredi 29 août

Si vous participez à l’IFLA cette année, ne manquez pas demain, mercredi 29 août, les interventions suivantes, toutes données par des francophones !

◉ Session 218, Collections, Ethics, Perspective, and Voice: Reaching Out to the Hard to Reach – Women, Information and Libraries Special Interest Group (SI)/ Libraries as empowerment levers: defining the collections and the contents with the users – The example of the Ideas Box. Jérémy Lachal (Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France) Muy-Cheng Peich (Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France)

◉ Session 229, Win-Win: building strong education, training and continuing professional development together with strong library associations – Management of Library Associations, Education and Training and Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning (SI). How the CALADOM – ASMAC partnership has upgraded the profession of Librarian in Cameroon. Simon Jules Koudjam Yameni (University of Douala, Cameroon)

◉ Session 230, Being guided by our users: using assessment to build user-focused collections – Acquisition and Collection Development with Metropolitan Libraries (SI). Participer, faire participer: la co-construction de la collection ados des bibliothèques de Montreuil [‘Participer, faire participer’, a co-construction in the Montreuil Public Libraries Network teen collection]. Valérie Beaugier (Etablissement territorial Est Ensemble, France)

 Session 233, Global E-Government: Trust, Transparency, and Transformation – Government Information and Official Publications. E-Government for Building Resilience to Disaster Risk through Open Data: the case of Madagascar. Princia Heliarizaka (Ministry of Higher Education, Madagascar)

◉ Session 244, National Bibliographies: Forging a Path to Access to Information – Bibliography. Replacing the French National Bibliography’s website: a discussion on National Bibliographies’ role as a tool for democracy. Daniel Keller (Bibliothèque nationale de France, France) Mathilde Koskas (Bibliothèque nationale de France, France)

◉ Session 246, Interreligious dialogue, information and documentation in a context of transformation – Religions: Libraries and Dialogue Special Interest Group (RELINDIAL). Vers un portail documentaire collaboratif du patrimoine arabe : AlKindi 4 Rene-Vincent du Grandlaunay (Institut dominicain d’études orientales, Egypt).  Et Interreligious dialogue for sustainable peace: the Library of Alexandria building bridges of tolerance and mutual understanding. Dina Youssef (Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt)

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