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Call for Papers — Open Sessions at IFLA WLIC 2020

IFLA - ორშ, 23/12/2019 - 05:49

The IFLA Preservation and Conservation Section and IFLA Information Technology Section invites Librarians, Information Scientists and other interested professionals to submit proposals for the Open Session to be held during the 86th IFLA WLIC, in Dublin, Ireland.

Theme: "Preserving complex digital objects in libraries"

Full details available on the WLIC 2020 website

Call for Papers — Open Sessions at IFLA WLIC 2020

IFLA - ორშ, 23/12/2019 - 05:49

The IFLA Preservation and Conservation Section and IFLA Information Technology Section invites Librarians, Information Scientists and other interested professionals to submit proposals for the Open Session to be held during the 86th IFLA WLIC, in Dublin, Ireland.

Theme: "Preserving complex digital objects in libraries"

Full details available on the WLIC 2020 website

Uncertainty, Innovation, Opportunity: IFLA Launches Trend Report Update 2019

IFLA - ორშ, 23/12/2019 - 03:00

IFLA has published the 2019 Update of its Trend Report. As the latest in a series looking at the key issues and developments that shape the world in which we operate, it offers a basis for reflection and long-term thinking in the field.

IFLA’s original Trend Report in 2013 brought together perspectives from experts around the world and across sectors in order to inspire and support the library field in its thinking about the future.

In doing so, it provided a tool, not only for IFLA but for library associations, libraries, and library and information workers globally to think about the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead, and how to make the most of them.

The 2019 Update of IFLA’s Trend Report continues in the path of previous editions, sharing insights and perspectives on some of the key issues and developments that characterise the conditions in which libraries operate.

This year’s Update is based on the nine interventions made during the President’s Session at the 2019 World Library and Information Congress, which brought together professionals from around the world.

The chapters address three broader trends:

  1. We face increasing uncertainty in our environment, demanding new ways of working within our field and with government, but also a growing demand for information.
  1. We understand better than ever before the need to take holistic approaches to deal with growing complexity in the decisions that both governments and individuals take.
  1. We have new possibilities to work at scale, offering both new possibilities for the library field, but also a need to focus advocacy and engagement efforts at new levels.

This Update, along with previous Updates in 2016, 2017 and 2018 and the original 2013 Trend Report are all available for your use on our Trend Report website. We hope that this will support discussion and the development of new ideas about how we can not only keep up with change, but lead it.

Next year will be a big one for the Trend Report, with the first major new edition since the original.

Watch this space!

Download the 2019 Update from the Trend Report website.

Uncertainty, Innovation, Opportunity: IFLA Launches Trend Report Update 2019

IFLA - ორშ, 23/12/2019 - 03:00

IFLA has published the 2019 Update of its Trend Report. As the latest in a series looking at the key issues and developments that shape the world in which we operate, it offers a basis for reflection and long-term thinking in the field.

IFLA’s original Trend Report in 2013 brought together perspectives from experts around the world and across sectors in order to inspire and support the library field in its thinking about the future.

In doing so, it provided a tool, not only for IFLA but for library associations, libraries, and library and information workers globally to think about the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead, and how to make the most of them.

The 2019 Update of IFLA’s Trend Report continues in the path of previous editions, sharing insights and perspectives on some of the key issues and developments that characterise the conditions in which libraries operate.

This year’s Update is based on the nine interventions made during the President’s Session at the 2019 World Library and Information Congress, which brought together professionals from around the world.

The chapters address three broader trends:

  1. We face increasing uncertainty in our environment, demanding new ways of working within our field and with government, but also a growing demand for information.
  1. We understand better than ever before the need to take holistic approaches to deal with growing complexity in the decisions that both governments and individuals take.
  1. We have new possibilities to work at scale, offering both new possibilities for the library field, but also a need to focus advocacy and engagement efforts at new levels.

This Update, along with previous Updates in 2016, 2017 and 2018 and the original 2013 Trend Report are all available for your use on our Trend Report website. We hope that this will support discussion and the development of new ideas about how we can not only keep up with change, but lead it.

Next year will be a big one for the Trend Report, with the first major new edition since the original.

Watch this space!

Download the 2019 Update from the Trend Report website.

Workshop on training in EOSC

EIFL - FOSS news - პარ, 20/12/2019 - 15:10

DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services) is convening a workshop for trainers in projects related to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) to discuss future training initiatives and how to improve training provision in 2020.

Workshop on training in EOSC

EIFL news and events - პარ, 20/12/2019 - 15:10

DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services) is convening a workshop for trainers in projects related to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) to discuss future training initiatives and how to improve training provision in 2020.

Workshop on training in EOSC

EIFL-OA news and events - პარ, 20/12/2019 - 15:10

DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services) is convening a workshop for trainers in projects related to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) to discuss future training initiatives and how to improve training provision in 2020.

კატეგორიები: თავისუფალი წვდომა

Call for papers: Subject Access and Artificial Intelligence: Enhancing competencies and safeguarding ethics

IFLA - პარ, 20/12/2019 - 13:27

 

Together with the Knowledge Mangement section, Subject Analysis and Acess invite papers on subject access byt automated process, AI and machine learning.

Digital technologies of all its sorts have given rise to wider considerations and applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in library and information environments. We would like to explore the impacts of new technology in comparison to traditional knowledge organization tools and indexing. This includes

  • User experience
  • Ethics
  • Biases
  • Collaboration between developpers and domain experts

Go to the WLIC 2010 web to find more information about our open session.

 

Call for papers: Subject Access and Artificial Intelligence: Enhancing competencies and safeguarding ethics

IFLA - პარ, 20/12/2019 - 13:27

 

Together with the Knowledge Mangement section, Subject Analysis and Acess invite papers on subject access byt automated process, AI and machine learning.

Digital technologies of all its sorts have given rise to wider considerations and applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in library and information environments. We would like to explore the impacts of new technology in comparison to traditional knowledge organization tools and indexing. This includes

  • User experience
  • Ethics
  • Biases
  • Collaboration between developpers and domain experts

Go to the WLIC 2010 web to find more information about our open session.

 

Call for papers: IFLA Journal Special Issue on Indigenous Librarianship

IFLA - პარ, 20/12/2019 - 11:34

Submission Deadline: 30 June 2020

IFLA Journal and IFLA’s Indigenous Matters Section are pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue focused on theory and practice in Indigenous librarianship.  With the potential to transform lives and societies, the importance of Indigenous librarianship, Indigenous ways of research and education, and Indigenous languages. Our understandings of Indigenous librarianship come from across the globe and ranges widely in focus from practice-based work to highly theoretical research; from everyday community life to education and workplace settings; and for children through to the Elders.

Guest Editors:

Rebecca Bateman
Indigenous Curator
National Library of Australia
Canberra, ACT, Australia
Corresponding Member, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Camille Callison
Indigenous Strategies Librarian
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Chair, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Martha Attridge–Bufton
Interdisciplinary Studies Librarian
Carleton University
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Standing Committee Member, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Stephen Stratton (co-lead)
Head of Collections and Technical Services
California State University Channel Islands
Camarillo, California, USA
Secretary, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Rashidah Bolhassan (co-lead)
Chief Executive Officer
Sarawak State Library
Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
Corresponding Member, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Raj Kumar Bhardwaj
Librarian
St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi
New Delhi, NCT, India
Standing Committee Member, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Indigenous research paradigms
  • Cultural safety in libraries
  • What is an Indigenized library?
  • How to work respectfully with Indigenous Peoples, Elders, and communities
  • Working with relational knowledge
  • What does it mean to be an Indigenous/Adivasi librarian/ally to Indigenous/Adivasi librarians?
  • Working with cultural materials/protocols
Submission Deadline:

Articles for the special issue should be submitted to IFLA Journal for peer review before 30 June 2020.

How to Submit a Manuscript

IFLA Journal is hosted on ScholarOne™ Manuscripts, a web based online submission and peer review system SAGE Track. Please read the Manuscript Submission guidelines, and then simply visit the IFLA Journal Manuscript submission webpage to login and submit your article online.

IMPORTANT: Please check whether you already have an account in the system before trying to create a new one. If you have reviewed or authored for the journal in the past year it is possible that you will have had an account created.

All papers must be submitted via the online system. If you would like to discuss your paper prior to submission, contact Steven Witt, Editor of IFLA Journal; or guest editor Stephen Stratton.

For instructions on formatting your manuscript please consult the submission guidelines.

About IFLA Journal

IFLA Journal is an international journal publishing peer reviewed articles on library and information services and the social, political and economic issues that impact access to information through libraries. The Journal publishes research, case studies and essays that reflect the broad spectrum of the profession internationally. All articles are subject to peer review. Articles are published in English. Abstracts will be translated by IFLA (the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) into the other working languages of IFLA—Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Russian or Spanish—for publication.

IFLA Journal is published by Sage Publications and is the official journal of IFLA, and has an international readership consisting of academic institutions, professional organizations, and IFLA members who all receive a free subscription to the journal.

Each issue of IFLA Journal is made available Open Access upon publication on IFLA’s website.  Authors are also encouraged to make the accepted version of their manuscripts available in their personal or institutional repositories.

IFLA Journal is indexed by the following databases: 

  • Abi/inform 
  • Academic Search Premier 
  • Business Source Corporate 
  • Compendex 
  • Current Awareness Abstracts 
  • IBZ: International Bibliography of Periodical Literature 
  • IBZ: International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences 
  • Information Science and Technology Abstracts 
  • Inspec 
  • Library Information Science Abstracts 
  • Library Literature & Information Science 
  • SciVal 
  • Scopus 
  • Sociological Abstracts
  • Web of Science

Call for papers: IFLA Journal Special Issue on Indigenous Librarianship

IFLA - პარ, 20/12/2019 - 11:34

Submission Deadline: 30 June 2020

IFLA Journal and IFLA’s Indigenous Matters Section are pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue focused on theory and practice in Indigenous librarianship.  With the potential to transform lives and societies, the importance of Indigenous librarianship, Indigenous ways of research and education, and Indigenous languages. Our understandings of Indigenous librarianship come from across the globe and ranges widely in focus from practice-based work to highly theoretical research; from everyday community life to education and workplace settings; and for children through to the Elders.

Guest Editors:

Rebecca Bateman
Indigenous Curator
National Library of Australia
Canberra, ACT, Australia
Corresponding Member, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Camille Callison
Indigenous Strategies Librarian
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Chair, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Martha Attridge–Bufton
Interdisciplinary Studies Librarian
Carleton University
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Standing Committee Member, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Stephen Stratton (co-lead)
Head of Collections and Technical Services
California State University Channel Islands
Camarillo, California, USA
Secretary, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Rashidah Bolhassan (co-lead)
Chief Executive Officer
Sarawak State Library
Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
Corresponding Member, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Raj Kumar Bhardwaj
Librarian
St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi
New Delhi, NCT, India
Standing Committee Member, IFLA Indigenous Matters Section

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Indigenous research paradigms
  • Cultural safety in libraries
  • What is an Indigenized library?
  • How to work respectfully with Indigenous Peoples, Elders, and communities
  • Working with relational knowledge
  • What does it mean to be an Indigenous/Adivasi librarian/ally to Indigenous/Adivasi librarians?
  • Working with cultural materials/protocols
Submission Deadline:

Articles for the special issue should be submitted to IFLA Journal for peer review before 30 June 2020.

How to Submit a Manuscript

IFLA Journal is hosted on ScholarOne™ Manuscripts, a web based online submission and peer review system SAGE Track. Please read the Manuscript Submission guidelines, and then simply visit the IFLA Journal Manuscript submission webpage to login and submit your article online.

IMPORTANT: Please check whether you already have an account in the system before trying to create a new one. If you have reviewed or authored for the journal in the past year it is possible that you will have had an account created.

All papers must be submitted via the online system. If you would like to discuss your paper prior to submission, contact Steven Witt, Editor of IFLA Journal; or guest editor Stephen Stratton.

For instructions on formatting your manuscript please consult the submission guidelines.

About IFLA Journal

IFLA Journal is an international journal publishing peer reviewed articles on library and information services and the social, political and economic issues that impact access to information through libraries. The Journal publishes research, case studies and essays that reflect the broad spectrum of the profession internationally. All articles are subject to peer review. Articles are published in English. Abstracts will be translated by IFLA (the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) into the other working languages of IFLA—Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Russian or Spanish—for publication.

IFLA Journal is published by Sage Publications and is the official journal of IFLA, and has an international readership consisting of academic institutions, professional organizations, and IFLA members who all receive a free subscription to the journal.

Each issue of IFLA Journal is made available Open Access upon publication on IFLA’s website.  Authors are also encouraged to make the accepted version of their manuscripts available in their personal or institutional repositories.

IFLA Journal is indexed by the following databases: 

  • Abi/inform 
  • Academic Search Premier 
  • Business Source Corporate 
  • Compendex 
  • Current Awareness Abstracts 
  • IBZ: International Bibliography of Periodical Literature 
  • IBZ: International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences 
  • Information Science and Technology Abstracts 
  • Inspec 
  • Library Information Science Abstracts 
  • Library Literature & Information Science 
  • SciVal 
  • Scopus 
  • Sociological Abstracts
  • Web of Science

ENSULIB wishes Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2020 for all!

IFLA - პარ, 20/12/2019 - 04:06

I take the opportunity to tell you some good news. We are expecting an exciting year 2020, since the Professional Committee has just approved our proposals for IFLA WLIC 2020 in Dublin.

During the WLIC conference, we will have a joint session with the Library Buildings and Equipment Section. Furthermore, financial support to publish our current book “New Libraries in Old Buildings (also in co-operation with LBE) with free open access has been approved as part of a one-off pilot project.

ENSULIB is also going to have a satellite meeting in Cork just before the WLIC. This two-day satellite will be arranged in co-operation with Preservation and Conservation Section and University College of Cork. The Call for Papers for both will be published in January. Therefore, maybe you should spend winter holidays planning your proposals… We wish to see you in Ireland.

And do not forget IFLA Green Library Award! The deadline for proposals is 15th January

With best regards,

Petra Hauke, Convenor  

Harri Sahavirta, Secretary

Public library training in Namibia

EIFL-OA news and events - ხუთ, 19/12/2019 - 14:10

Two teams of Namibian public library trainers will train 15 librarians in the topics Digital Literacy and Modern Library Spaces.

კატეგორიები: თავისუფალი წვდომა

Public library training in Namibia

EIFL - FOSS news - ხუთ, 19/12/2019 - 14:10

Two teams of Namibian public library trainers will train 15 librarians in the topics Digital Literacy and Modern Library Spaces.

Public library training in Namibia

EIFL news and events - ხუთ, 19/12/2019 - 14:10

Two teams of Namibian public library trainers will train 15 librarians in the topics Digital Literacy and Modern Library Spaces.

Now available: ISBD in Slovenian

IFLA - ოთხ, 18/12/2019 - 11:57

A Slovenian version of the consolidated edition of the International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD) is now available. The translation has been accomplished by the National and University Library (Narodna in univerzitetna knjižnica)

Plagiarism, its Detection and Avoidance: Role of Librarians in Enhancing Quality Research

IFLA - ოთხ, 18/12/2019 - 10:35

Presenter: Ramesh C. Gaur is presently Dean, IGNCA & Professor & Head-Kala Nidhi Division at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi, Ministry of Culture, Government of India

Recording

Slides

IFLA PressReader International Library Marketing Award 2020

IFLA - ოთხ, 18/12/2019 - 03:37

Does your library have #marketinggenius? Apply for the IFLA PressReader International Marketing Award!

Win €3,000 towards registration and travel to IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Dublin, Ireland, taking place on 15-21 August 2020.

The IFLA Section on Management and Marketing is partnering with PressReader in collaboration with the IFLA International Library Marketing Award for 2020.

The IFLA PressReader International Marketing Award awards organization recognizes creative, results-oriented marketing projects or campaigns. Three finalists will be selected based on innovative marketing contributions in the Library field.

First, second, and third place winners will receive funding towards airfare, accommodation,
and registration to the World Library and Information Congress in Dublin. We will also honour the top 10 submissions with a certificate of recognition.

As the leading digital and print-on-demand newspaper and magazine platform, PressReader facilitates IFLA recognition of innovative marketing campaigns, with special commendation to teams in developing countries. Individuals who submit their application by the deadline will receive an exclusive one-month free gifted access to PressReader, which includes the full catalogue of over 7,000 global newspapers and magazines.

Winners will be announced in March 2020 and officially awarded at the IFLA WLIC Awards Ceremony in Dublin. Applications will be accepted from 11 December 2019 through 7 February 2020 at iflapressreader2020.org.

Award Objectives
  • Recognise the best library marketing projects from the previous calendar year.
  • Encourage marketing practices in library community.
  • Provide opportunities for libraries to share marketing experience and expertise globally.
Guidelines
  • Any library that markets library products or services is eligible to apply for the award.
  • Applications must be written in one of seven IFLA languages, but applicants may also submit an English translation if they prefer. 
  • Applications must be submitted with supporting materials by 7 February 2020.
Proposals Must
  • Present an original marketing strategy.
  • Answer each question on the application. 
  • Explain the benefits of the strategy.
  • Provide a full description of the marketing strategy.
  • Utilize the marketing glossary definitions.
  • Summarize the strategy and its results.
Selection Criteria
  • Applications will be judged on:
  • Strategic approach to marketing, indicated in the research and planning stages of a submitted project.
  • Creativity and innovation as demonstrated by the originality of solutions to the marketing challenges.
  • Potential for generating widespread public visibility and support for libraries irrespective of the kind or amount of resources employed.
  • Effectiveness illustrated by measurable objectives and subsequent evaluation methods.
Applicants are encouraged to include marketing using digital resources:
  • Electronic journals, publisher databases, institutional repositories.
  • Web and digital libraries.
  • Information literacy.
  • New products and new services.

Proposals are reviewed based on how well they meet the above criteria.

Other factors are:
  • Clarity of planning and partnerships with external organisations.
  • Efficient allocation of resources (staff, materials, time).

Members of the Award Jury are drawn from the membership of the IFLA Standing Committee on Management and Marketing:

Cindy Hill (USA) Chair, Leslie Weir (Canada), Jeremiah Walter (USA) Information Coordinator, Ruth Ornholt (Norway), Nie Hua (China), Antoine Torrens-Montebello (France), Bonnie Mager (New Zealand).

Award applications will be accepted from 11 December 2019 through 7 February 2020.

Сontact: iflamarketingawards@googlegroups.com

CALL for Participation: DSpace Anwendertreffen 2020

DSpace news - ოთხ, 18/12/2019 - 00:03

From Pascal-Nicolas Becker, The Library Code GmbH

(German version below)

The DSpace Anwendertreffen 2020 will take place at the Hamburg University of Technology, on Thursday, March 26th 2020 and Friday, March 27th 2020 and is organized by the Hamburg University of Technology and The Library Code GmbH. This meeting is about exchange between DSpace or DSpace-CRIS users. Also the annual meeting of the DSpace Konsortium Deutschland will take place on the first day (Thursday) of the Anwendertreffen. We kindly ask for submissions in the format of presentations, round tables, workshops, and ideas for the minute madness.

Thursday:
* Presentations:
one or two speakers. ca. 15 minutes + 5 minutes discussion
Please submit: Title, a short abstract, and an estimation of the time your talk will take
* Round Tables:
A space to discuss a specific topic. Estimated 45 minutes
Please submit: Topics you think a round table should discuss
* Minute Madness:
Participants of the minute madness will have 90 seconds to pitch on one idea, project, repository or topic.
We will extend the minute madness this year by organizing a come together afterwards, so that the audience and the presenters can get in touch. We ask all active participants of Minute Madness to bring along a poster or one or two slides as a printout.  These should wrap up the presented idea and help people to get in contact with you.
Please submit: Title and short description

Friday (10am – 1pm):
* Workshops:
Workshops shall give DSpace users the possibility to work together on a specific topic, e.g. how to connect to/use an external service or the demonstration/discussion of an add-on, for up to three hours. The DSpace-CRIS workshop, that took place in 2018 and 2019, is a good example of that format. Of course, there will be a continuance of the DSpace-CRIS workshop in 2020.
Please submit: Title, an abstract, a timeframe, how many users roughly you expect, and if you have any specific request like tables for participants, internet connection, or anything else you’ll need for your workshop.

All slides and posters should be licensed CC BY 4.0, as we plan to publish them in DSpace’s wiki. While the main conference language will be German, we will accept presentations, roundtables, and workshops in English as well.

Please send your proposals by email to anwendertreffen@the-library-code.de within the deadline of January 19th, 2020.

(Deutschsprachige Version)

Das DSpace Anwendertreffen 2020 findet am Donnerstag, den 26. März und Freitag, den 27. März 2020 an der Technischen Universität Hamburg statt und wird von der Technischen Universität Hamburg und The Library Code GmbH organisiert. Ziel ist der Austausch zwischen Nutzerinnen und Nutzern von DSpace bzw. DSpace-CRIS. Auch das jährliche Treffen des DSpace Konsortiums Deutschland wird am ersten Tag (Donnerstag) stattfinden. Wir bitten um Beiträge für folgende Formate:

Donnerstag:
• Vorträge:
Ein oder mehrere Sprecher*innen. ca. 15 Minuten + 5 Minuten Diskussion
Bitte einreichen: Titel, eine kurze Zusammenfassung  und eine Angabe zum zeitlichen Rahmen Ihres Vortrags.
• Thementische:
Raum für Diskussionen zu einem bestimmten Thema für Anwender*innen von DSpace. Voraussichtlich 45 Minuten
Bitte einreichen: Themen, die Ihrer Meinung nach im Rahmen eines Thementisches behandelt werden sollen.
• Minute Madness:
Teilnehmende bekommen 90 Sekunden um eine Idee, ein Projekt, ein Repositorium oder ein Thema mit einer Folie vorzustellen.
An die Minute Madness schließt sich ein offenes Forum an, bei dem es zu Kontakt zwischen Publikum und Vortragenden der Minute Madness kommen soll. Dazu bitten wir alle aktiven Teilnehmer/innen der Minute Madness ein Poster oder ein bis zwei Folien für eine Stellwand mitzubringen. Diese sollen die vorgestellten Ideen zusammenfassen und dabei helfen während des offenen Forums in Kontakt zu kommen.
Bitte einreichen: Titel und Kurzbeschreibung. Falls bereits vorhanden gern ergänzt durch Poster oder Folie.

Freitag (10 – 13 Uhr):
• Workshops:
Workshops geben DSpace Anwenderinnen und Anwendern die Möglichkeit, bis zu drei Stunden ein spezielles Thema, zum Beispiel die Verknüpfung von DSpace mit einem speziellen Service oder die ausführliche Präsentation eines Add-ons, gemeinsam zu behandeln. Ein gutes Beispiel für dieses Format ist der Workshop zu DSpace-CRIS, der 2018 und 2019 stattgefunden hat und auch in diesem Jahr fortgeführt wird.
Bitte einreichen: Titel, eine Zusammenfassung, den voraussichtlichen zeitlichen Rahmen, eine grobe Anzahl der von Ihnen erwarteten Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer sowie Angaben zu den örtlichen Voraussetzungen für den Workshop zu.

Alle Folien und Poster sollten unter der Lizenz CC BY 4.0 stehen, da wir planen sie im Wiki von DSpace zu veröffentlichen. Auch wenn die Konferenzsprache Deutsch ist, akzeptieren wir gerne auch Vorträge, Thementische und Workshops in englischer Sprache.

Bitte senden Sie uns Ihre Vorschläge per E-Mail anwendertreffen@the-library-code.de bis zum 19. Januar 2020.

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CollectionSpace Walkthrough Dec. 19

DSpace news - სამ, 17/12/2019 - 17:07

Are you interested in learning more about CollectionSpace? Please join one of our monthly walkthroughs–this Thursday Dec. 19! Follow this link to register: https://www.collectionspace.org/calendar/collectionspace-walkthrough-12-19-2019/

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