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Palaces for the People: Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Public Library Manifesto

IFLA - პარ, 29/11/2019 - 13:30

​Today we are celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the current edition of the Public Library Manifesto.

This document, agreed by IFLA and the Member States of UNESCO, places public libraries at the heart of efforts to promote education, democracy and participation in culture.

As IFLA Secretary General Gerald Leitner set out:

The Public Library Manifesto clearly sets out the values that don’t just underpin the work of public libraries, but to a large extent, all libraries, everywhere. These shared values can be a driver and guiding star for our work to build a stronger library field, and so stronger communities and societies around the world, as set out in the IFLA Global Vision.

To mark the event, IFLA has encouraged its members around the world to act to celebrate both the Manifesto and the work and missions of public libraries themselves.

With a growing recognition of the value of physical spaces and opportunities for building connections and community, the need for public libraries appears as strong as ever.

Nonetheless, the need for advocacy at every level, as well as efforts within the field to define, share and implement good practices, remains high.

Over the coming months, working in particular through our Public Libraries Section and with UNESCO, IFLA will be looking at where the Manifesto could be updated to make it ever more useful for libraries and decision-makers alike.

IFLA President Christine Mackenzie underlined:

The values and principles set out in the Public Library Manifesto are as important today as they were 25 years ago. So too is our work to make them reality. I look forward to working together with libraries and library associations everywhere to deliver culture, education and access to information for all, into the future. 

Read more about the Manifesto in our advocacy toolkit.

EIFL signs with Mathematical Sciences Publishers

eifl licensing news - ხუთ, 28/11/2019 - 18:56

EIFL has signed a new agreement with Mathematical Sciences Publishers (MSP) that provides free access to MSP’s 17 journals specialized in mathematics and related sciences.

The agreement is valid until December 2022, and is open to libraries in 29 EIFL partner countries:

EIFL signs with Mathematical Sciences Publishers

EIFL-OA news and events - ხუთ, 28/11/2019 - 18:56

EIFL has signed a new agreement with Mathematical Sciences Publishers (MSP) that provides free access to MSP’s 17 journals specialized in mathematics and related sciences.

The agreement is valid until December 2022, and is open to libraries in 29 EIFL partner countries:

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EIFL signs with Mathematical Sciences Publishers

EIFL - FOSS news - ხუთ, 28/11/2019 - 18:56

EIFL has signed a new agreement with Mathematical Sciences Publishers (MSP) that provides free access to MSP’s 17 journals specialized in mathematics and related sciences.

The agreement is valid until December 2022, and is open to libraries in 29 EIFL partner countries:

EIFL signs with Mathematical Sciences Publishers

EIFL news and events - ხუთ, 28/11/2019 - 18:56

EIFL has signed a new agreement with Mathematical Sciences Publishers (MSP) that provides free access to MSP’s 17 journals specialized in mathematics and related sciences.

The agreement is valid until December 2022, and is open to libraries in 29 EIFL partner countries:

LIBER Strategy Update: 2019 Year In Review

LIBER news - ხუთ, 28/11/2019 - 14:17

With 2020 just around the corner, we want to reflect on the achievements of this year and highlight what we’ll deliver in the months ahead. In 2019, we fulfilled our mission of enabling world-class research and worked towards our strategic goal of Powering Sustainable Knowledge in the Digital Age in many ways.  We celebrated in…

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LIBER 2019: Annual Conference Survey Results

LIBER news - ხუთ, 28/11/2019 - 13:00

Thank you to everyone who participated in our feedback survey for LIBER’s 2019 Annual Conference in Dublin, Ireland. The main findings are presented here. We’ll use your feedback to improve LIBER 2020 in Belgrade, Serbia on 24-26 June 2020 at the University of Belgrade. Presentations and recordings from LIBER 2019 can be found here. Key findings…

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IFLA continues efforts in WIPO: a brief on NGO's Meeting with Director-General Francis Gurry

IFLA - ოთხ, 27/11/2019 - 15:00

On November 26th, IFLA was once again at WIPO, at a meeting organised by the secretariat for Non-Governmental Organizations.

The NGOs’ meeting with the WIPO Director-General

Many observers came to share their views on the various fields covered by WIPO including copyright, patents, trademarks, and industrial designs.

Director-General Francis Gurry made a very positive assessment of the organisation in good financial shape. WIPO now has 26 multilateral treaties including the Marrakesh Treaty (on access to adapted works for people with visual impairments), which is currently the organisation’s most successful.

Director-General Gurry also spoke about important issues within WIPO, including artificial intelligence (AI), which is one of the many questions the intellectual property regime faces, and the rapid evolution of disruptive technologies in general. A report will soon be published on this subject (early 2020) to highlight the scientific progress made since 1950. In addition to this, another document will be published at the end of the month on the consequences of artificial intelligence.

The meeting was also an opportunity to underline the importance of the collaboration between WIPO and NGOs.

The upcoming election of a new Director-General

WIPO will see the election of a new Director General in early 2020. Several candidates have already been declared (see the list of candidates). The candidate will be nominated by the Coordination Committee for the post of Director-General in March, and will be formally appointed in May.

IFLA will work to build a strong relationship with the holder of the post from May, in order to underline the contribution libraries make to innovation and access to information, and how WIPO can help.

Next steps for SCCR preparation

IFLA was also able to discuss with delegates the next steps to deliver on the mandate of the International Conference and the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR): “The objective would be to consider the opportunities and challenges provided by various international solutions including soft law, contractual/licensing and normative approaches, as appropriate.

With European Union countries due to implement new preservation provisions in the next two years, we hope that this will provide the absis for a consensus on similar measures globally at the next SCCR session (29 June – 3 July 2020).

We would like to use this opportunity to thank delegates involved with us for their time.

News from 4Science–November 2019: Report From German institutions

DSpace news - სამ, 26/11/2019 - 19:47

From Susanna Mornati, 4Science

On November 18 in Münster (Germany, EU) the First International DSpace-CRIS User Group Meeting was held as a satellite event of the euroCRIS Membership Meeting, thanks to the hospitality of the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU).

4Science, together with The Library Code and other organizations in the DSpace-CRIS community, such as the Hamburg University of Technology, the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, the Georg-August-University Goettingen, and the Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg, the University of Bern. The University of Trieste, held the meeting, where significant projects from German institutions and others were represented. Updates to the roadmap for DSpace-CRIS 7 were shared and discussed: https://wiki.lyrasis.org/display/DSPACECRIS/Product+RoadMap

Meeting notes are available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BnI4a4DeDy54DUyikQ7ZnWM6azw_rSf0Jp0xU4oH-uI/edit?usp=sharing

Remember to check this wiki page for new DSpace-CRIS features. It is updated regularly by the community of DSpace-CRIS users to share effort and resources in order to improve the system: https://wiki.lyrasis.org/display/DSPACECRIS/New+Features

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Webinar Announcement: Integrating ArchivesSpace and Archive-It

DSpace news - სამ, 26/11/2019 - 18:12

ArchivesSpace is pleased to announce the third webinar in our new series focused on Integrations with ArchivesSpace.  Each webinar in this series will highlight an integration with another application used in archives that ArchivesSpace members have worked on or requested.  The webinar series will feature both open source and proprietary systems.

Our third webinar in this series will feature an open discussion on ArchivesSpace integration with Archive-It, a subscription web archiving service from the Internet Archive that helps organizations to harvest, build, and preserve collections of digital content.

When: December 4, 2019

Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET (11:00 a.m. – noon PT; 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. BST)

Where: Zoom

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This webinar will be recorded and made available on the ArchivesSpace YouTube channel.

In this webinar, Lori Donovan (Archive-It) will discuss the Archive-It/ArchivesSpace integration that was developed as part of the Archiving the Websites of Contemporary Composers Mellon grant, which the Internet Archive collaborated on with New York University.  Lori will also share information about the APIs that underly the Archive-It service and ways that these might be leveraged to integrate metadata from Archive-It into ArchivesSpace repositories.

Dallas Pillen (University of Michigan) will present on the Bentley Historical Library’s use of ArchivesSpace to manage descriptive metadata about websites captured with Archive-It. The presentation will discuss why and how the Bentley decided to manage its descriptive metadata about archived websites in ArchivesSpace and will provide an overview of a locally developed ArchivesSpace plugin that integrates the two systems to facilitate this work.

A discussion will follow.  ArchivesSpace users who have integrated with Archive-It or are considering integrating with Archive-It are encouraged to participate in this discussion in an effort to identify and highlight current community efforts or the potential for community collaboration to encourage integration between the two systems.

Presenters:

Lori Donovan is the Senior Program Manager for Web Archiving at the Internet Archive. Lori manages Archive-It service growth, which includes leading a team of Web Archivists and Technical Support staff who provide instruction, guidance and support for Archive-It users, and interfacing with the engineering team to develop new features and functionality for the Archive-It service.  Lori has a Master of Information degree from University of Michigan, and a Bachelor’s degree from Boise State University, where she majored in history and political science.

Dallas Pillen is the Archivist for Metadata and Digital Curation at the University of Michigan’s Bentley Historical Library, where he oversees the library’s use of ArchivesSpace, Archive-It, Archivematica, and DSpace. He is also a member of the ArchivesSpace Technical Advisory Council and co-chair of the Society of American Archivists’ Encoded Archival Standards Section.

Who should attend:
Anyone interested in possibilities for integrating ArchivesSpace with Archive-It, those who have integrated ArchivesSpace and Archive-It and would like to offer insight to others, and those who are interested in working with fellow community members to make integration with Archive-It easier.

Questions?

Contact Jessica at jessica.crouch@lyrasis.org if you have questions about this webinar or the Integrations with ArchivesSpace webinar series.  The next Integrations with ArchivesSpace webinar will be: Integrating ArchivesSpace with Aviary, January 15, 2020 at 2pm ET (11am PT)

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President Ramaphosa: please sign Copyright Bill

EIFL-OA news and events - სამ, 26/11/2019 - 14:00

In a letter to Cyril Ramaphosa, President of the Republic of South Africa, EIFL urged the President to sign into law the long-awaited Copyright Amendment Bill without delay. The Bill, amending the 1978 Copyright Act, was approved by the legislature in March 2019 and awaits the Presidential assent. The Bill introduces new exceptions for libraries, education and people with disabilities, and brings copyright rules in South Africa into the digital age.

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President Ramaphosa: please sign Copyright Bill

EIFL - FOSS news - სამ, 26/11/2019 - 14:00

In a letter to Cyril Ramaphosa, President of the Republic of South Africa, EIFL urged the President to sign into law the long-awaited Copyright Amendment Bill without delay. The Bill, amending the 1978 Copyright Act, was approved by the legislature in March 2019 and awaits the Presidential assent. The Bill introduces new exceptions for libraries, education and people with disabilities, and brings copyright rules in South Africa into the digital age.

President Ramaphosa: please sign Copyright Bill

EIFL news and events - სამ, 26/11/2019 - 14:00

In a letter to Cyril Ramaphosa, President of the Republic of South Africa, EIFL urged the President to sign into law the long-awaited Copyright Amendment Bill without delay. The Bill, amending the 1978 Copyright Act, was approved by the legislature in March 2019 and awaits the Presidential assent. The Bill introduces new exceptions for libraries, education and people with disabilities, and brings copyright rules in South Africa into the digital age.

Partnering for Education, Science and Culture at the UNESCO General Conference

IFLA - სამ, 26/11/2019 - 12:09

The IFLA delegation had a successful week at the 40th Session of the UNESCO General Conference. From 18-21 November, IFLA represented the library and information profession in a series of meetings with delegates and UNESCO committees.

Reflecting the breadth of IFLA's engagement with UNESCO, our engagement covered a number of areas:

CERLALC

IFLA’s Secretary General Gerald Leitner and former President Glòria Pérez-Salmerón attended the 34th ordinary session of the board of the Regional Centre for Book Development in Latin America and the Caribbean (CERLALC). In a preparatory meeting, the IFLA Secretary General set out IFLA’s priorities and strengths, and discussed possibilities to work together to strengthen libraries.

During the formal session, Glòria Pérez-Salmerón delivered an address strongly welcoming the work of CERLALC in strengthening libraries and reading in the region. She underlined how this work fits together with IFLA’s own strategy to inspire, engage, enable and connect the field, and encouraged more collaboration in the future.

Forum of Ministers of Culture

IFLA was also present for the Forum of Ministers of Culture, on the topic of Culture and Public Policy for Sustainable Development. More than 130 Ministers attended this major event, discussing the central place of culture in public policies and its role in delivering sustainable development.

Building on the momentum of this Forum in the meeting of the Culture Commission, we encouraged Member States to use their Voluntary National Reviews (a key part of the process for implementing the Sustainable Development Goals) to highlight the contribution of culture in their countries.

We also used this opportunity to promote the report: Culture in the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda, coordinated by the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and United Cities and Local Government with support from IFLA.

Communication and Information (CI) Commission

IFLA’s representative took the floor during the CI Commission meetings to voice support for the Draft Recommendation on Open Educational Resources. This recommendation concerns the vital role of accessible educational resources towards delivery of inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all.

As access to information, sharing knowledge and building open, participatory societies are core values of the library profession, we also encouraged member states to include experts from the library field in work to create, access, re-use, adapt and redistribute open educational resources.

Culture Commission

IFLA took the floor several times to address the Culture Commission.

Firstly, we voiced strong support for the call to strengthen the implementation of the 1970 Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property. In addition, we advocated for a broad view of cultural property to be considered by Member States, taking account of the unique nature of documentary heritage.

During the critical discussion on UNESCO’s Medium-term strategy and budget for 2022-2029, IFLA joined several Member States in voicing support for ongoing provisions for preserving documentary heritage.

Preservation issues relating to documentary heritage in digital form, specifically born-digital heritage, are sure to continue to be a major consideration in the conservation of, and access to, our cultural heritage. Therefore, IFLA called for ongoing cooperation between the Culture and the Communication and Information Sectors to ensure this part of our cultural heritage continues to be preserved and accessible.

Advocacy 

Between sessions, IFLA’s representatives met with delegates from Member States, NGOs and UNESCO Headquarters. In advocating for the role of libraries, we encouraged partners to consider the role of libraries in creating national and local level programmes that take concrete action towards achieving the goals of UNESCO.

Read more about key issues for libraries at the UNESCO General Conference.   

Call for Papers: 2020 IFLA International News Media Conference in Mexico City, Mexico

IFLA - სამ, 26/11/2019 - 02:14
Conference theme

Capture and Preservation of Born Digital News Media / Acopio y preservación de documentos de origen digital de medios de comunicación

Hosted by the Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecológicas y de la Información de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM).  Organized by the IFLA News Media Section

Dates

5-6 March 2020. A meeting of the IFLA News Media Section Standing Committee will take place on 4 March. 

Location

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City

Conference website

http://iibi.unam.mx/IFLAmedia

Theme & sub-themes:

Libraries and cultural heritage institutions have been leaders in preserving news media content, including newspapers, news websites, and radio and television news. The 2020 IFLA International News Media Conference will explore how institutions are addressing the challenges of capturing and preserving born digital news media, preserving and building access to physical news media content, and of opening all these materials for digital access to researchers. Proposals for papers should address the main theme and related topics, including but not limited to: 

  • Preservation of audio-visual and multimedia news

  • Copyright issues related to news media preservation and access

  • Digital archives for audio-visual news media 

  • Role of the librarian, archivist, and professional in curating news media collections

  • Preservation strategies for newspapers, news websites, and radio and television news

  • Preparation of news media content for access

  • Use of news media materials by researchers

  • Web archiving of digital news sites

Other proposals relevant to the main conference theme will also be considered.

Submission Guidelines

Proposal abstracts must be submitted by 3 January 2020, must be in English or Spanish, and should clearly include:

  • Title of proposed paper

  • Abstract of proposed paper (no more than 300 words)

  • Name(s) of presenter(s) and position(s) and/or title(s)

  • Employer / affiliated institution

  • Contact information including email address and telephone number

  • Short biographical statement(s) of presenter(s)

Proposal abstracts should be submitted as MS Word files to all conference committee members:

Selected presenters will be notified by 10 January 2020. To discuss any matter relating to this Call for Papers, please contact the conference committee members listed above.

Accepted papers
  • Complete accepted papers should be 3000-6000 words in length and be an original submission not published elsewhere.

  • Complete accepted papers and accompanying presentation slides must be submitted by 14 February 2020.

  • Final papers should be written in English or Spanish.

  • The papers will be made available on the Conference Website, the News Media Section Website, and in the IFLA Library.  The papers must be under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

  • Approximately 15-20 minutes will be allowed for presentation of the paper.

Registration

Registration information will be posted on the Conference Website in January 2020.

Important dates
  • 3 January 2020    Proposal abstracts due
  • 10 January 2020    Acceptance notices sent to authors
  • 10 January 2020    Start of registration
  • 14 February 2020    Completed papers and presentations submitted
  • 5-6 March 2020    Conference
Please note

The Programme Committee regrets that it has no funding to assist prospective authors, and the submission of an abstract must be on the understanding that the costs of attending the conference including registration, travel, accommodation, and other expenses, are the responsibility of the presenters of the accepted papers, or their institutions. No financial support can be provided by IFLA, but a special invitation can be issued to authors.

Fedora 6 Sprint

DSpace news - ორშ, 25/11/2019 - 21:56
From David Wilcox, Fedora Program Leader, DuraSpace Community Supported Programs, LYRASIS The second Fedora 6 sprint ran from November 4-15, 2019 with 11 participants from across the Fedora community:
  • Danny Bernstein, LYRASIS
  • Andrew Woods, LYRASIS
  • Ben Pennell, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Peter Eichman, University of Maryland
  • Jared Whiklo, University of Manitoba
  • Bethany Seeger, Amherst College
  • Peter Winckles, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Mohamed Mohideen Abdul Rasheed, University of Maryland
  • Aaron Birkland, Johns Hopkins University
  • Dan Field, National Library of Wales
  • Remigiusz Malessa, National Library of Wales
This sprint had two primary objectives:
  1. Implement basic resource management (Create, Read, Update, Delete) for Containers using the Oxford Common File Layout (OCFL)
  2. Update migration-utils to support a basic Fedora 3 to OCFL on-disk data conversion
Watch a video summary and demo from the second Fedora 6 sprint focused on the updated migration-utils tool, which now supports basic Fedora 3 to Fedora 6 data conversion based on the Oxford Common File Layout here. The first goal has mostly been accomplished, though there are a few outstanding issues to resolve in the coming weeks. The team expects a testable early version of the software with this functionality in place will be available before the end of the year. The second goal is now complete: an updated version of migration-utils is now available for testing, and it has already been validated against several sample data sets. The tool represents a great opportunity to see what Fedora 3 data will look like once it has been transformed to an OCFL-compatible format. A short video demo of this tool will be available next week. If you have Fedora 3 data, please test the tool and let us know whether or not it performs well and accommodates your use cases. If you have an interest in moving Fedora 6 forward, please sign up for the next sprint to take place in the first quarter of 2020: https://doodle.com/poll/es7nwdppt94rv2pz. With your help we can build, validate, document, and deliver Fedora 6 to the community next year.

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Upcoming Webinar: Open source Software for Showcasing Scholarship: An Introduction to VIVO for Librarians

DSpace news - ორშ, 25/11/2019 - 18:11

The VIVO Community and LYRASIS invite you to attend a webinar to learn more about VIVO, an open source software and ontology for representing the scholarship of an institutional community.

VIVO is used around the world by research institutions to support recording, editing, searching, browsing, and visualizing scholarly activity. VIVO is continually working with collaborators to create new opportunities for representing scholarship and use that information to advance knowledge. It is often managed by the library in collaboration with research administration. As a community supported project, VIVO has certified development partners who help VIVO member institutions to implement and customize the software for their unique needs. Together, VIVO and the VIVO Community help librarians to support their scholarly communications mission, as well as the broader strategic mission of their institution’s leadership, while also supporting open source development.

In this webinar, representatives from Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC), and the Web of Science Group, a LYRASIS Certified VIVO Partner, will share how VIVO helps to showcase research outputs and other activities, advance research collaborations, find experts, analyze research networks, and assess research impact. This webinar will be recorded.

Registration Information

Time: 11:00 a.m. Eastern

Date: Thursday, December 5

Cost: FREE

Please use this link to register: https://www.lyrasis.org/Content/Pages/Event-Details.aspx?Eid=2a02e5cf-f40a-ea11-80fe-00155d73cf3b

*All are invited to attend. LYRASIS membership is NOT required.

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Celebrating the Public Library Manifesto this Friday!

IFLA - ორშ, 25/11/2019 - 17:08

With only four days to go until the 25th Anniversary of the Public Library Manifesto, it’s the last moment to look at the tools and ideas IFLA has made available. With our advocacy pack, you can take the opportunity to celebrate the work and missions of public libraries.

The latest version of the Public Library Manifesto was agreed by UNESCO on 29 November 1994, building on the 1949 original.

It reinforced the key messages of the original text – that public libraries have an essential role in promoting learning, culture and access to information for all, regardless of their status or background.

These values are as relevant as ever, as are the institutions that deliver on them every day. The Anniversary of the Manifesto is a great opportunity to remember and celebrate them.

IFLA’s Public Library Manifesto Advocacy Toolkit contains background information, as well as key quotes, messages, ideas and a draft op ed that you can use in your communications.

For those on social media in particular, there is also the possibility to use the IFLA-UNESCO Public Library Manifesto frame for you profile pictures.

To do this, you can either:

 

  • Add a frame to your Facebook profile by clicking here,
  • Or:
    • Go to www.facebook.com/profilepicframes
    • Select a frame from the menu or search for the frame you want to use (search using the “25 Years Public Library Manifesto” or just “IFLA”)
    • Set for how long you want to have this frame
    • Click Use as Profile Picture to save

Don’t forget to use the #PublicLibraryManifesto hashtag in your posts!

Read more about the work of IFLA's Public Libraries Section.

Celebrating the Public Library Manifesto this Friday!

IFLA - ორშ, 25/11/2019 - 17:08

With only four days to go until the 25th Anniversary of the Public Library Manifesto, it’s the last moment to look at the tools and ideas IFLA has made available. With our advocacy pack, you can take the opportunity to celebrate the work and missions of public libraries.

The latest version of the Public Library Manifesto was agreed by UNESCO on 29 November 1994, building on the 1949 original and 1972 revision.

It reinforced the key messages of the original text – that public libraries have an essential role in promoting learning, culture and access to information for all, regardless of their status or background.

These values are as relevant as ever, as are the institutions that deliver on them every day. The Anniversary of the Manifesto is a great opportunity to remember and celebrate them.

IFLA’s Public Library Manifesto Advocacy Toolkit contains background information, as well as key quotes, messages, ideas and a draft op ed that you can use in your communications.

For those on social media in particular, there is also the possibility to use the IFLA-UNESCO Public Library Manifesto frame for you profile pictures.

To do this, you can either:

  • Add a frame to your Facebook profile by clicking here,
  • Or:
    • Go to www.facebook.com/profilepicframes
    • Select a frame from the menu or search for the frame you want to use (search using the “25 Years Public Library Manifesto” or just “IFLA”)
    • Set for how long you want to have this frame
    • Click Use as Profile Picture to save

Don’t forget to use the #PublicLibraryManifesto hashtag in your posts!

Read more about the work of IFLA's Public Libraries Section.

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