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公平获取——“国际图联图书馆与知识自由声明”发布20周年

IFLA - კვი, 25/08/2019 - 12:14

在20周年来临之际,“国际图联图书馆与知识自由声明”仍然是图书馆推广自身价值的参考标准。请加入我们,在今年的世界图书馆与信息大会“言论自由和信息自由获取开放会议”期间,共同探讨在变革的时代如何应用这个声明。

过去20年里,我们创造、分享和接收信息的方式经历了巨大变化。现在出现了新的表达与获取信息的方式,同时信息获取的限制和内容的歪曲也有了新的形式。

“国际图联图书馆与知识自由声明”强调,在这个过程中,图书馆不仅要保障表达和信息获取的自由,同时还应尊重个人隐私。

国际图联“言论自由和信息自由获取”(FAIFE)顾问委员会在分享优秀的案例和原则方面重点参考了该声明。

与此同时,该声明还为有关隐私互联网治理网络中立性被遗忘权历史文献中的个人信息等工作提供了参考。

新的挑战

保护和推行这种自由的必要性比以往更加强烈。尽管全球一半以上的人口都有机会访问互联网,这是人类发展的一大成果,但有关网络内容的问题也日益严重。

“虚假新闻”是应对极端言论和侵犯版权的手段,但也容易导致对自由的过分约束。技术进步意味着监控和影响网络内容变得更加容易。

两份新的国际图联文件——“审查声明”和“图书馆公共互联网接入指南”——针对面临挑战时如何坚守图书馆核心价值提供了指导意见。

了解更多

2019年世界图书馆与信息大会的FAIFE公开会议将提供一个机遇,有助于各方进一步了解这些新工具的内容及其应用。

现场参会者和全球各地通过我们的直播频道收看的人员都有机会参与讨论,研究当今时代知识自由的意义以及保护这种自由的途径。

请与我们一道共同推广图书馆的价值!

Zugang mit Recht – 20 Jahre IFLA-Erklärung zum Thema Bibliotheken und geistige Freiheit

IFLA - კვი, 25/08/2019 - 12:09

An ihrem zwanzigsten Geburtstag behält die IFLA-Erklärung zum Thema Bibliotheken und geistige Freiheit ihre Gültigkeit als Bezugspunkt für Bibliotheken, die ihre Werte weiterverbreiten möchten. Kommen Sie und diskutieren Sie auf der FAIFE Open Session auf dem diesjährigen WLIC, wie die Erklärung in sich wandelnden Zeiten anwendbar ist.

In den letzten zwei Jahrzehnten hat sich die Art und Weise, wie wir Informationen erstellen, teilen und empfangen, dramatisch verändert. Es gibt neue Ausdrucks- und Zugangsmöglichkeiten, aber auch Formen der Einschränkung oder Verzerrung.

Die Erklärung der IFLA zum Thema Bibliotheken und geistige Freiheit unterstreicht, dass sich Bibliotheken heutzutage weiterhin für die freie Meinungsäußerung und den Zugang zu Information sowie für die Achtung der Privatsphäre einsetzen sollten.

Die Erklärung war immer ein zentraler Bezugspunkt in der Arbeit des IFLA-Beratungskomitees für den freien Zugang zu Information und die freie Meinungsäußerung (FAIFE), das auf den Wissenstransfer von bewährten Praktiken und Prinzipien hinarbeitet.

Als solches unterstützt die Erklärung die Arbeit zum Datenschutz, zur Internet-Governance, zur Netzneutralität, zum Recht, vergessen zu werden, und zum Zugang zu personenbezogenen Daten in historischen Datensätzen.

Neue Herausforderungen

Die Notwendigkeit, diese Freiheit zu schützen und zu fördern, ist heute so stark wie eh und je. Während die Tatsache, dass mehr als die Hälfte der Weltbevölkerung online ist, als Erfolg gelten muss, wächst die Sorge um Internetinhalte.

„Fake News“, die Reaktion auf extreme Äußerungen und Bemühungen zur Bekämpfung von Urheberrechtsverletzungen können leicht zu übermäßigen Einschränkungen der Freiheiten führen. Der technische Fortschritt bedeutet, dass mehr getan werden kann, um zu überwachen und zu gestalten, was Menschen online sehen.

Zwei neue IFLA-Dokumente – unsere Erklärung zu Zensur und unsere Leitlinien für den öffentlichen Internetzugang in Bibliotheken – bieten Hilfestellung, indem sie einen Bezugspunkt und Ideen liefern, wie man die wichtigsten bibliothekarischen Werte im Angesicht solcher Herausforderungen erhalten kann. 

Erfahren Sie mehr

Die FAIFE Open Session auf dem WLIC 2019 (Session 80) gibt Ihnen die Möglichkeit, mehr über diese neuen Werkzeuge und wie sie Ihnen helfen können, zu erfahren.

Die Teilnehmenden im Raum und auf der ganzen Welt können sich dann durch unser Livestreaming an einer Diskussion darüber beteiligen, wie intellektuelle Freiheit und ihre Verteidigung heute aussehen.

Werden Sie Teil von uns und helfen Sie mit, bibliothekarische Werte zu fördern!

Acceso por Derecho – 20 Años de la Declaración de la IFLA sobre las Bibliotecas y la Libertad Intelectual

IFLA - კვი, 25/08/2019 - 12:03

Como hace 20 años, la Declaración de la IFLA sobre las Bibliotecas y la Libertad Intelectual mantiene su vigencia como un punto de referencia para las bibliotecas que quieren fomentar sus valores. Venga a la Sesión Abierta de la FAIFE en el WLIC de este año y discuta su validezen una época de cambios.

Las últimas dos décadas han sido testigos de cambios drásticos en la forma en la que creamos, compartimos y recibimos la información. Existen nuevas posibilidades de expresión y acceso pero también nuevas formas de restricción o distorsión.

La Declaración de la IFLA sobre las Bibliotecas y la Libertad Intelectual pone de manifiesto que las bibliotecas deberían mantener su compromiso con la libertad de expresión y el libre acceso a la información, junto al respeto a la privacidad.

La Declaración ha sido una referencia central en la labor del Comité Asesor de la IFLA sobre el Libre Acceso a la Información y la Libertad de Expresión (FAIFE), ya que trabaja para compartir buenas prácticas y principios.

Así pues, ha apoyado el trabajo sobre la privacidad, el control de Internet, la neutralidad de la red, el derecho a ser olvidado y la información personal en los registros históricos.

Nuevos Retos

La necesidad de proteger y fomentar esta libertad es tan válidaahora como siempre. Aunque se considera un éxito que más de la mitad de la población mundial esté online, cada vez hay una mayor preocupación por los contenidos de Internet.

Las “Noticias Falsas”, la respuesta al discurso extremo y los esfuerzos para luchar contra la violación de los derechos de autor pueden conducir fácilmente a excesivas restricciones de las libertades. El progreso tecnológico implica que se puede controlar y configurar más lo que la gente ve online.

Dos nuevos documentos de la IFLA – nuestra Declaración sobre la Censura y las Directrices sobre el Acceso Público a Internet en las Bibliotecas – ofrecen ayuda y proporcionan un punto de referencia e ideas sobre cómo defender los valores más importantes de las bibliotecas cuando se enfrentan a retos. 

Conozca Más

La Sesión Abierta de FAIFE en el WLIC 2019 (Sesión 80) le ofrecerá la oportunidad de conocer más sobre estas nuevas herramientas y cómo pueden ayudarle.

Los participantes que estén en la sala y los que estén por todo el mundo mediante nuestro streaming en vivo podrán unirse a la discusión sobre la libertad intelectual y su defensa. 

¡Únase a nosotros y ayude a fomentar los valores de las bibliotecas! 

Droit d’accès – 20ème anniversaire de la Déclaration de l'IFLA sur les bibliothèques et la liberté intellectuelle

IFLA - კვი, 25/08/2019 - 11:52

Vingt ans après son approbation, la déclaration de l’IFLA sur les bibliothèques et la liberté intellectuelle conserve son pouvoir de référence pour les bibliothèques engagées à promouvoir leurs valeurs. Venez discuter de la manière dont cela s’applique en cette période de grands changements lors de la séance publique du Comité FAIFE au Congrès mondial des bibliothèques et de l’information  de cette année.

Les deux dernières décennies ont vu des changements spectaculaires dans notre façon de créer, de partager et de recevoir des informations. Il existe de nouvelles possibilités d'expression et d'accès, mais aussi des formes de restriction ou de distorsion.

La déclaration de l’IFLA sur les bibliothèques et la liberté intellectuelle souligne que, tout au long de cette démarche, les bibliothèques doivent rester attachées à la liberté d’expression et à l’accès à l’information, parallèlement au respect de la vie privée.

Cette déclaration constitue une référence centrale pour les travaux du Comité consultatif de l’IFLA sur la liberté d’accès à l’information et la liberté d’expression (FAIFE), dans la mesure où elle s’emploie à partager de bonnes pratiques et principes.

En tant que telle, elle a soutenu des travaux sur le respect de la vie privée, la gouvernance de l'Internet, la neutralité de l'Internet, le droit à l’oubli et les informations personnelles contenues dans des documents historiques.

Défis émergents

La nécessité de protéger et de promouvoir cette liberté n’a jamais été aussi forte. Si le fait que plus de la moitié de la population mondiale soit connectée est un succès, le contenu de l’Internet suscite de plus en plus d’inquiétudes.

Les «Fake News», la réponse à un discours extrémiste et les efforts de lutte contre la violation du droit d'auteur peuvent aisément conduire à des restrictions excessives des libertés. Les progrès technologiques témoignent qu'il est possible de renforcer les moyens de surveillance et de façonner ce que les gens voient en ligne.

Deux nouveaux documents de l'IFLA - notre déclaration sur la censure et nos directives sur l'accès public à Internet dans les bibliothèques – sont des outils qui fournissent un point de référence et des idées sur la manière de défendre les valeurs clés des bibliothèques face aux défis.

Pour en savoir plus

La session ouverte du FAIFE au WLIC 2019 (session 80) vous donnera l'occasion d'en savoir plus sur ces nouveaux outils et sur la manière dont ils peuvent vous aider.
 
Grâce à notre diffusion en direct, les participants présents dans la salle et dans le monde entier pourront ensuite se joindre à une discussion sur la liberté intellectuelle et sa défense aujourd’hui.
 
Rejoignez-nous et aidez à promouvoir les valeurs de la bibliothèque!

Management & Marketing Section Mid-Year Meeting Minutes

IFLA - შაბ, 24/08/2019 - 13:03

Minutes from Management & Marketing Section Mid-Year Meeting held at the Offices of the Swedish Library Association in Stockholm, Sweden on February 14, 2019 were approved at the Management & Marketing Standing Commitee's first Business Meteing the the 2019 World Library and Information Congress.

You can read them here.

You’re Invited! Get Involved with IFLA’s Professional Units at WLIC 2019

IFLA - შაბ, 24/08/2019 - 12:55

At the heart of IFLA’s work are our Professional Units. These groups are made up of experts from around the world and across the library profession. Their work, activities and projects make a real impact in their fields.

There are over 50 Professional Units spread across five Divisions – Library Types, Library Collections, Library Services, Support of the Profession, and Regions – so you’re bound to find a Unit that is involved in your area of interest.

One exciting aspect of the IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) is the ability for each Unit’s Standing Committees to come together in person to discuss developments, plan activities and organise projects for the coming year. This opportunity to network and have fruitful discussions is one of the many things that make the atmosphere at WLIC buzz with new ideas.

But did you know all WLIC delegates are invited to observe these meetings? This is the best way to stay informed on the work within Units that are of interest to you.

IFLA Section Standing Committee Business Meetings and IFLA SIG Business Meetings will take place throughout the week in Athens and are colour-coded blue in the WLIC programme.

You are invited to find what topics interest you and attend the meetings as an observer. Enrich your WLIC experience by meeting the committee, networking with others in the field and staying up to date with the work of IFLA across the Library Profession!

9th UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminar

EIFL news and events - პარ, 23/08/2019 - 17:59

Iryna Kuchma, EIFL Open Access Programme Manager will give a presentation about open science training at the 9th UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminar, which takes place at Vilnius University in Lithuania.

The 9th UNICA seminar theme is ‘Academic Libraries & Open Science: how to meet the challenges?’ UNICA is an institutional network of 51 universities from 37 capital cities of Europe, combining over 160,000 staff and 1,900,000 students. 

Webinar: Meet Coko - modern publishing technology and community

EIFL news and events - პარ, 23/08/2019 - 16:43

Join us in this webinar to find out more about Coko (the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation) and their community-based approach to developing open and shared publishing infrastructure.

Guided by the vision, ‘better, faster, more open publishing’, Coko facilitates publishers, funders, developers, researchers, service providers, and others to work together to build publishing infrastructure that everyone can benefit from. 

Public library training in Namibia

EIFL news and events - პარ, 23/08/2019 - 13:55

Nine public library trainers from Namibia who recently attended EIFL training in library management and planning new services will pass on their knowledge and skills to their colleagues within the Namibia Library and Archives Service (NLAS).

Public library training in Kenya

EIFL news and events - პარ, 23/08/2019 - 13:17

Five public library trainers from the Kenya National Library Service (KNLS) will train 18 public librarians from 12 KNLS libraries in communications and advocacy skills.

The five trainers learnt training skills as part of a major EIFL-KNLS initiative to strengthen continued professional development of public librarians in Kenya. They attended communications and advocacy training organized by EIFL and KNLS in March 2019, and are now passing on their knowledge and skills to their colleagues.

The Publishing Trap goes to Kyrgyzstan!

eifl licensing news - ხუთ, 22/08/2019 - 13:34

Our guest blogger, Dr Jane Secker, is Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City, University of London. EIFL invited Jane and partner, Chris Morrison, Copyright, Software Licensing and Policy Manager at the University of Kent, to the 2019 EIFL General Assembly.

The Publishing Trap goes to Kyrgyzstan!

EIFL news and events - ხუთ, 22/08/2019 - 13:34

Our Guest Blogger, Dr Jane Secker, is Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City, University of London. EIFL invited Jane and partner, Chris Morrison, Copyright, Software Licensing and Policy Manager at the University of Kent, to the 2019 EIFL General Assembly.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2019

EIFL news and events - ოთხ, 21/08/2019 - 17:36

We were proud to celebrate our 20th birthday with more than 70 people during the 2019 EIFL General Assembly (GA), which took place in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, from 8 - 10 August. Participants in the GA included delegates from our network of library consortia in 33 countries, representatives of our partners in the publishing industry, and members of the EIFL management board and staff team.

Marrakesh Treaty international workshop

EIFL news and events - ოთხ, 21/08/2019 - 13:32

‘The Marrakesh Treaty: Getting Started’ is a practical, interactive workshop for librarians on how to start using the Marrakesh Treaty for people with print disabilities. It is aimed at countries in Eastern, Central Europe and the Baltic States that have joined the Marrakesh Treaty, and where implementation into national law is completed or advanced. Participants from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Russia, as well as Finland, Canada, the UK and the US, are expected to attend.

Legal e-resources training for Myanmar librarians

eifl licensing news - ოთხ, 21/08/2019 - 12:13

Librarians at the universities of Dagon and East Yangon in Yangon, Myanmar, will take part in a two-day workshop to improve their capacity to make the best use of e-resources provided through the EIFL eLibrary Myanmar project to support law faculty to deliver newly-developed courses on human rights law.  In addition librarians will be trained to assist students in planning and researching for moot courts.

Legal e-resources training for Myanmar librarians

EIFL news and events - ოთხ, 21/08/2019 - 12:13

Librarians at the universities of Dagon and East Yangon in Yangon, Myanmar, will take part in a two-day workshop to improve their capacity to make the best use of e-resources provided through the EIFL eLibrary Myanmar project to support law faculty to deliver newly-developed courses on human rights law.  In addition librarians will be trained to assist students in planning and researching for moot courts.

Now available: UPDATES 2019 for UNIMARC, 3rd. ed.

IFLA - ოთხ, 21/08/2019 - 12:08

All updates to the UNIMARC Bibliographic and Authorities formats, 3rd ed., approved in 2019 are available online (in PDF format).

See all the updates to the UNIMARC Bibliographic format.

See all the updates to the UNIMARC Authorities format.

Law faculty training in Myanmar

eifl licensing news - ოთხ, 21/08/2019 - 12:08

EIFL eLibrary Myanmar Project Capacity Building Manager, Ruth Bird, will facilitate  a three-day workshop for members of the law faculties at the universities of Dagon and East Yangon in Yangon, Myanmar.

The workshop aims to support law faculty members to deliver newly-developed courses in human rights law. Topics to be covered include how to make the best use of the legal e-resources provided through the EIFL eLibrary Myanmar project, and preparing and conducting moot courts.

Law faculty training in Myanmar

EIFL news and events - ოთხ, 21/08/2019 - 12:08

EIFL eLibrary Myanmar Project Capacity Building Manager, Ruth Bird, will facilitate  a three-day workshop for members of the law faculties at the universities of Dagon and East Yangon in Yangon, Myanmar.

The workshop aims to support law faculty members to deliver newly-developed courses in human rights law. Topics to be covered include how to make the best use of the legal e-resources provided through the EIFL eLibrary Myanmar project, and preparing and conducting moot courts.

Change to the Agenda for the IFLA General Assembly, Thursday 29 August 2019, Athens

IFLA - ოთხ, 21/08/2019 - 11:56
Motion 11.3: Motion to hold the election of the 10th member of the Governing Board

As outlined in the Convening Notice for the IFLA 2019 General Assembly at the World Library and Information Congress, 28 & 29 August 2019, a number of motions are due to be considered at the meeting on Thursday 28th August.

Motion 11.3 proposes to hold an election for the 10th place on the Governing Board. This is due to the original election, held earlier this year, resulting in a draw for this place.  In line with IFLA’s Statutes and Rules of Procedure a second election has been arranged to be held at the General Assembly 2019.

Since the Convening Notice was sent out, one of the two candidates in the election has had to withdraw from the election for personal reasons. Consequently, Jonathan Hernández-Pérez is now standing unopposed. A second election is no longer necessary and Jonathan Hernández-Pérez has been declared the 10th member of the Governing Board.

Motion 11.3 is now withdrawn, and ballot papers for the election will not now be distributed prior to the General Assembly.

Gerald Leitner
IFLA  Secretary General

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