IFLA 2018 : interventions francophones du dimanche 26 août

Si vous participez à l’IFLA cette année, ne manquez pas demain, dimanche 26 août, les interventions suivantes, toutes données par des francophones !

◉ Session 093, National Libraries and social media – meeting the challenges of acquiring, preserving and providing long-term access. Archiving « social videos » at BnF : experiments and projects. Alain Carou (Bibliothèque nationale de France, France)

◉ Session 096, Diverse indigenous voices: decolonizing, transforming and centering practices – Indigenous Matters. Towards Sustainable Peace: the Role of Culture Retrieval and Preservation in Indigenous Communities. Jérémy Lachal (Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France) Muy-Cheng Peich (Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France), Romain Berthier (Bibliotheques Sans Frontieres Libraries Without Borders, France)

◉ Session 114, Sanctuaries in the city: the public library as a safe space – Metropolitan Libraries. Libraries as vectors of integration for immigrants and refugees: access to information and education in the Ideas Box in France. Jérémy Lachal (Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France) Muy-Cheng Peich (Bibliothèques Sans Frontières, France)

◉ Session 124, Fragile! Careful Handling Required: Manuscript housing, conservation and metadata documentation for access – Strategic Programme on Preservation and Conservation (PAC) with Rare Books and Special Collections (SI). Fifty Shades of EAD: Bringing together the theory and practice of manuscript description at the National Library of France. Mélanie Roche (Bibliothèque nationale de France, France) Maryline Devidale (Fifty Shades of EAD, France)

◉ Session 125, UNESCO Session – Libraries and a Universal Internet. Avec Mandiaye Ndiaye (Cheikh Anta Diop University, Senegal, Mahmoud Khalifa (Cybrarians: The Arabic Portal of Librarianship & Information, Egypt)

 Session 126, Social networks. Looking for the next big thing: libraries and social networks – Joint Division I and Division IV Session. Looking for the next big thing, Guy Berthiaume (Library and Archives Canada, Canada) Paper in English

◉ Session 127, Designing inclusive libraries – Library Buildings and Equipment. The School Library of tomorrow: Living, doing and learning together.Didier Vin-Datice (Inspecteur général, Ministère de l’Education Nationale, France) et Llambaye Learning Centre for social inclusion in rural areas. Assane Fall (Feusseul, Senegal)

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