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კონსტანტინე (კოტე) აფხაზის სახელობის სამხედრო დარბაზი გაიხსნა

3 ნოემბერს საქართველოს პარლამენტის ეროვნულ ბიბლიოთეკაში საქართველოს პარლამენტის ეროვნული ბიბლიოთეკის გენერალურმა დირექტორმა გიორგი კეკელიძემ და საქართველოს თავდაცვის მინისტრმა ლევან იზორიამ კონსტანტინე (კოტე) აფხაზის სახელობის სამხედრო დარბაზი გახსნეს.

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Proyección en vivo de la 8° Jornada Virtual de Acceso Abierto CAICYT-CONICET

IFLA - ხუთ, 02/11/2017 - 21:03

El día 26 de octubre de 2017, la Biblioteca del Congreso de la Nación, sede de la Oficina Regional para América Latina y el Caribe de IFLA, fue nodo de transmisión de la 8° Jornada Virtual de Acceso Abierto CAICYT-CONICET.

Este evento fue organizado por la Oficina Regional, la Biblioteca del Congreso de la Nación Argentina y la Asociación de Bibliotecarios Graduados de la República Argentina, y estuvo dirigido a investigadores, docentes, estudiantes de posgrado y universitarios, bibliotecarios y autoridades. 

Live projection of the 8th Open Access Virtual Conference - CAICYT-CONICET

IFLA - ხუთ, 02/11/2017 - 21:02

On October 26, 2017, the Library of the National Congress, which is the headquarters of the IFLA Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean, was the transmission node of the 8th Open Access Virtual Conference CAICYT-CONICET.

 This event was organized by the Regional Office, the Library of the National Congress of Argentine and the Association of Graduate Librarians of The Argentine Republic. It was aimed at researchers, teachers, postgraduate and university students, librarians and authorities.

Report on 83rd IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC)

IFLA - ოთხ, 01/11/2017 - 14:41

WLIC 2017 took place in Wrocław, a beautiful city on the Oder River in western Poland, from 19-25 August. Over 3000 delegates from 122 countries took part in the event. Apart from the spectacular opening ceremony - streamed online for the first time - its many sessions covered issues such as copyright and other legal matters, knowledge management in organisational change, open linked data, networks of digital libraries, how international legal institutions inform the public, professional development and adapting libraries and library space to new roles.

New at the conference this year was the release of several dynamic platforms - including launches of the Library Map of the World (collects and shares basic information about libraries worldwide) and an online voting platform (relating to the IFLA Global Vision discussion that was launched at a kick-off event in Athens in April).

It was a very busy week for the IFLAPARL Section! The Standing Committee reviewed its past and future activities during two business meetings, organised its own open session and cooperated with other IFLA sections to arrange a popular knowledge café on the changing role and development of information professionals, and a session with government libraries on supporting UN sustainable development goals. Steve Wise, House of Commons Library, was elected as new Chair of the Section, while Karin Finer and Adama Kone will continue in their roles as Secretary and Information Coordinator for another term.

IFLAPARL convened an open session entitled “Parliament and the People: Transparency, Openness, Engagement” - an interactive session on how parliamentary libraries and research services facilitate open and transparent communication between legislators, parliaments and the public - with five short presentations followed by group discussions. The presentations were highly engaging and the group discussions lively and informative;

1.   Avelina Morales Robles. Director of Research and Analysis Services. Mexico’s Chamber of Deputies / Parliamentary Researchers Network (REDIPAL), a sharing platform of news, publications and events

2.   Mateo Maciá. Director de Documentación, Biblioteca y Archivo. Congress of Deputies. SpainTransparency and right of access to public information in the Spanish Congress of Deputies

3.   Marale Sande. Senior Research and Policy Analyst. Parliamentary Research Services. Parliament of Kenya /  Facilitating for Parliaments and legislators to communicate with the general public: creating an effective interface for re-use of information and research outputs through outreach and partnership 

4.   Leonor Calvão Borges. Legislative and Parliamentary Information Division of the Portuguese Parliament /  Paths to public engagement in the Portuguese Parliament: an example of the improvement of technological mediation  

5.   Pablo Morales. Coordinador. Departamento de Estudios, Extensión y Publicaciones. Library of Congress of ChileChilean budget data visualization tool 

For more photos, see: https://www.flickr.com/photos/ifla/albums/

საერთაშორისო საგანმანათლებლო მედიაჯგუფის INFOBASE რესურსები

საერთაშორისო საგანმანათლებლო მედიაჯგუფის INFOBASE რესურსები

31 ოქტომბრიდან 15 ნოემბრამდე, ეროვნული ბიბლიოთეკის შენობაში ჩაირთო საერთაშორისო საგანმანათლებლო მედიაჯგუფების, Infobase Learning და FILMS MEDIA GROUP მონაცემთა ბაზები: მსოფლიო გეოგრაფია და კულტურები ონლაინ, მეცნიერება დღეს, ადამიანის სხეული და მისი მუშაობა, საჯარო ბიბლიოთეკების ელექტრონული ბიბლიოთეკა, ეგზიტპოლები ქვეყნებში

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IAP project proposals now under review

IFLA - სამ, 31/10/2017 - 17:10

As part of the International Advocacy Programme (IAP), IFLA launched a second call for proposals on 31 August 2017 for funding to implement regional or national awareness-raising and capacity building activities in 2017 and 2018. The deadline for submissions was 1 October and in total 75 proposals were received.

The review committee started its selection procedure on 11 October and will notifiy all applicants on 15 November about the status of their proposal.

Questions?

Please contact Ingrid Bon, IFLA Manager Development Programmes: ingrid.bon@ifla.org.

PLS Minutes from Wroclaw now Available

IFLA - სამ, 31/10/2017 - 07:17

The Public Libraries Standing Committee had two formal meetings at the WLIC in Wroclaw during August. Our meetings were packed  with ideas and discussions and it was wonderful to have a large group of observers. We also said a sad goodbye to our outgoing SC members and welcomed in our new colleages. The Minutes are now available for download so take a few moments to read them and catch up with what we're doing.

Now available: UPDATES 2017 for UNIMARC Bibliographic, 3rd. ed.

IFLA - ორშ, 30/10/2017 - 20:10

All updates to UNIMARC/Bibliographic, 3rd ed., approved in the period of 2012-2017 are now available online (in PDF format). See more. Updates to UNIMARC/Authorities coming soon!

Libraries Essential to Creating Informed, Independent, Information Literate Citizens

IFLA - შაბ, 28/10/2017 - 22:10

Media and information literacy (MIL) plays a key role in giving people the ability to find, understand, evaluate and create information. Libraries have a long expertise in helping users of all ages, in all situations do this, in order to create, innovate, and improve their lives. IFLA attended this year’s Global MIL Week feature conference in Jamaica in order to underline this point in front of an international audience.

 

IFLA President spoke in the opening session, alonside UNESCO Assistant Director-General Frank La Rue, and Jamaican Minister for Culture, Olivia Grange. She stressed the unique challenges we face today, with many calling for censorship and shutdowns as a means of taming the Internet, as well as the unique potential of libraries to provide an alterative – informed, critical, independent people, able to make their own decisions about what they see.

 

IFLA Secretary General Gerald Leitner moderated a session looking at libraries, media and information literacy and the SDGs. Alongside representatives of school and academic libraries, he underlined that empowering individuals with information – and the skills to use it – would be key to the people-centred development promoted by the UN.

 

IFLA section member Sheila Webber gave examples of how information literacy serves people throughout their lives, while chair of the Information Literacy Section Lisa Hinchliffe underlined how libraries, through information literacy, could turn people from downloaders into uploaders, not just able to receive, but also to contribute to democracy, innovation and creation.

 

IFLA International Leaders Programme Associate Robin Kear set out a vision on how libraries contribute to Internet universality, while Manager of Policy and Advocacy Stephen Wyber explained why information literacy could play a particular role in empowering women.

The IFLA team was also proud to meet with a team representing the whole library field in Jamaica, kindly hosted by the National Library. IFLA Secretary General Gerald Leitner explained the Global Vision, and encouraged everyone to play an active role in delivering it. The Jamaican team, who have already seen libraries integrated into their own national development plan under the UN’s 2030 Agenda, set out their efforts to coordinate advocacy efforts and so maximise their impact.  

 

Interested in getting involved in UNESCO's work on MIL? Have a look at our Get into GAPMIL guide.

#MyiflaGlobalVision «رؤيتي العالمية للإفلا» شاركوا معنا في حملة

IFLA - პარ, 27/10/2017 - 18:50

ما هي الخطوة التالية للرؤية العالمية للإفلا؟

نحن بصدد إطلاق حملة تتسم بالمرح عبر وسائل التواصل الاجتماعي بعنوان «رؤيتي العالمية للإفلا» #MyiflaGlobalVision ونأمل أن تشاركونا!

فكيف ستعمل هذه الحملة؟

تتخذ الحملة شكل تحدي ينتشر تدريجيًا عبر وسائل التواصل الاجتماعي. وفي هذا النطاق، نطرح السؤال التالي على المشاركين:

«ماذا تعني مبادرة الرؤية العالمية للإفلا لكم؟»

شاركونا تجاربكم، وتصوراتكم، وأفكاركم. 

إنها حقًا عملية بسيطة:

 

كم يبدو هذا رائعًا! متى يمكنني المشاركة؟

الآن!

نتمنى لكم تحديًا مرحًا!

لمعرفة المزيد، برجاء زيارة هذا الرابط.

გერმანელი ქართველოლოგის გერჰარდ დეეტერსის მასალები ბიბლიოთეკას გადაეცა

გერმანელი ქართველოლოგის გერჰარდ დეეტერსის მასალები ბიბლიოთეკას გადაეცა

საქართველოს პარლამენტის ეროვნულ ბიბლიოთეკას სტუმრად ეწვია გაერთიანებული ბიბლიური საზოგადოების წარმომადგენელი დოქტორი სიმონ კრიპსი. მან ეროვნულ ბიბლიოთეკას საჩუქრად გადასცა ცნობილი გერმანელი ქართველოლოგის გერჰარდ დეეტერსის შრომების ასლები.

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New Senior Advisors appointed!

IFLA - პარ, 27/10/2017 - 16:03

Colleagues interested in working with the ACD Section but who cannot be re-appointed as Standing Committee our Corresponding members as per IFLA's Rules of Procedure have been appointed as Senior Advisors.

In this capacity they will be invited to our business meetings and can play an active role in the work and projects of the Section.   

We are glad to announce that our first Senior Advisors to date are:

Helen Ladrón de Guevara Cox, MLS, University Cultural Center, Guadalajara, Mexico - Email: hldeguevara@hotmail.com

and

Pascal Sanz, Vice-Président, Comité français international bibliotèques et documentation (CFIBD) France - Email: sanzpascal@orange.fr

Welcome to both!

Get involved in #MyiflaGlobalVision

IFLA - პარ, 27/10/2017 - 15:22

 

What’s next for IFLA Global Vision? 

We’re launching a fun social media campaign called #MyiflaGlobalVision and we hope you will get involved!

So how does it work? 

The campaign takes the form of a challenge that snowballs across social media. We're asking participants:   

What does IFLA Global Vision mean to you?

Share your experience. Your thoughts. Your ideas.”

It’s quite simple: 

Sounds great! When can I get involved? 

Now!

Have fun challenging! 

Find out more here

How does Malawi’s new copyright law measure up?

EIFL-OA news and events - პარ, 27/10/2017 - 13:39

An EIFL review of Malawi’s Copyright Act of 2016 has found that although the new law permits a range of library activities such as making copies for research and use of works in virtual learning environments, it places big limits on what libraries can do in practice, misses opportunities to enable digital activities, and restricts the making of accessible format copies.

The review assesses the Copyright Act from the library perspective.

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LIBER Endorses Jussieu Call For Open Science and Bibliodiversity

LIBER news - პარ, 27/10/2017 - 12:51

LIBER’s Executive Board has endorsed the Jussieu Call for Open Science and Bibliodiversity. The Call was drafted on the campus Jussieu in Paris by a French group comprising researchers and scientific publishing professionals working together in Open Access and Public Scientific Publishing task forces of BSN (Bibliothèque scientifique numérique, or Digital Scientific Library). It aims…

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LIBER Endorses Jussieu Call For Open Science and Bibliodiversity

LIBER news - პარ, 27/10/2017 - 12:51

LIBER’s Executive Board has endorsed the Jussieu Call for Open Science and Bibliodiversity. The Call was drafted on the campus Jussieu in Paris by a French group comprising researchers and scientific publishing professionals working together in Open Access and Public Scientific Publishing task forces of BSN (Bibliothèque scientifique numérique, or Digital Scientific Library). It aims…

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EIFL-OpenEdition agreement for journals in French

eifl licensing news - ხუთ, 26/10/2017 - 12:35

OpenEdition is a French open access publisher, run by Cleo, the centre for open electronic publishing. Through the agreement with EIFL, OpenEdition will provide free institutional access to a collection of 160 journals, published by university presses and small academic publishers.

EIFL-OpenEdition agreement for journals in French

EIFL-OA news and events - ხუთ, 26/10/2017 - 12:35

OpenEdition is a French open access publisher, run by Cleo, the centre for open electronic publishing. Through the agreement with EIFL, OpenEdition will provide free institutional access to a collection of 160 journals, published by university presses and small academic publishers.

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Marrakesh Treaty makes strides in Lesotho

EIFL-OA news and events - ოთხ, 25/10/2017 - 14:43

On 12-13 September 2017, over 50 participants from eight countries met in Lesotho, the high-altitude kingdom in southern Africa, to advance adoption of the Marrakesh Treaty for persons with print disabilities.

The seminar, titled ‘Ending the book famine in Africa: libraries and the promise of the Marrakesh Treaty’, was organized by EIFL in cooperation with the Lesotho Library Consortium (LELICO) and the Lesotho Registrar General's Office.

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