AKI-termin in 1987
IFLA, The Hague, NL
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions IFLA is the leading international organization representing the interests of library and information services and their users. It is the global voice of the library and information profession. IFLA is an independent, international, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization. IFLA's headquarters are located in the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, the National Library of the Netherlands, in The Hague. IFLA currently has more than 1600 members (libraries and library associations) and develops activities on all library and information society related topic in more than 50 international working groups. IFLA has decentralized regional offices and language centers throughout the world. http://www.ifla.org
Die Website des IFLA-Nationalkomitees Deutschland wurde neu gestaltet. Sie bietet Einblick in die Welt des internationalen Bibliotheksverbandes IFLA, wobei die Aktivitäten des Nationalkomitees Deutschland im Mittelpunkt stehen. Man findet Informationen über das deutsche Engagement im IFLA-Nationalkomitee und in den Fachgremien, über Reisestipendien für die Teilnahme an den jährlichen Weltkongressen, über ins Deutsche übersetzte Grundsatzpapiere der IFLA sind hier zu finden. www.ifla-deutschland.de
IFLA 2016 in USA
IFLA 2015 in Kapstadt
IFLA 2014 in Lyon
IFLA 2013 in Singapur
Neuigkeiten von der IFLA-Konferenz? - Wird es an vielen Stellen geben, denn das IFLA-Express-Team wird News an verschiedene Verbände und an das IFLA-Nationalkomitee liefern. Wir haben uns für eine Überblicksseite entschieden, auf der wir die Neuigkeiten fortlaufend aktualisieren, ergänzt durch eigene Meldungen, die aus eigenen Kontakten und aus Web 2.0-Diensten stammen. Wir haben bereits angefangen, die Seite zu füllen! - Wie immer werden wir die Neuigkeiten auch hier auf facebook einstellen, so dass Sie die Wahl haben, wo Sie die Konferenznews zur Kenntnis nehmen wollen! ... 1208 via fb
IFLA 2012 in Helsinki
IFLA 2011 in San Juan
Der 77. Weltkongress Bibliothek und Information des internationalen Bibliotheksverbandes IFLA wird vom 13. - 18. August 2011 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, stattfinden. Er trägt das Motto ‚Libraries beyond libraries: Integration, Innovation and Information for all‘. http://conference.ifla.org/en/ifla77
UDC Update Meeting @ IFLA 2011 von Aida Slavic Colleagues working with the UDC and attending
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Keynote und Plenary Speakers der diesjährigen IFLA-Konferenz u.a. Mankell! http://tinyurl.com/yhppmo9
RT @brocadedarkness: My slides on open bibliographic data from #ifla2010 satellite conference on #openaccess: http://bit.ly/c6X6lE
IFLA 2009 in Mailand
Der Internationale Dachverband der Bibliotheksverbände (IFLA) führt seine 75. Jahrestagung vom 23.-27. August 2009 in Mailand, Italien, durch. Vom 19.-21. August 2009 organisiert die Rare Books and Manuscripts Section (RBMS) der IFLA eine Satellitentagung an der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek München in Kooperation mit dem Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL) und mit finanzieller Unterstützung durch die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).
IFLA 2006 in Seoul
20.-24. August 2006, Seoul, Südkorea - Weltkongress Bibliothek und Information - 72. IFLA Generalkonferenz und Ratsversammlung www.ifla-deutschland.de/de/ifla_2006_seoul/ www.ifla.org/IV/ifla72/index.htm http://www.ifla.org
IFLA-Nationalkomitee == Strasse des 17. Juni 114 D-10623 Berlin http://www.ifla-deutschland.de/
Public library manifesto 1994
Manifest der UNESCO 1994 : (das UNESCO-Manifest wurde auf dem UNESCO General Program of Information Meeting in Paris, ... 28.-30. November 1994 ... es wurde in Kooperation mit der IFLA vorbereitet) ... Berlin: ... DBI, 1995. 8 p. Multiple languages
Enhancing the Debate on Open Access
Enhancing the Debate on Open Access
A joint statement by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions and the International Publishers Association
The debate about open access in scholarly communication is an important opportunity for the international library and publishing communities to explore how technology and new business models can resolve the challenge of growing scholarly publishing output which puts pressure on publisher prices and library resources. IFLA and IPA welcome the widespread attention this extremely important issue has received. The debate has, however, occasionally been harmed by unnecessary polarisations and sweeping generalised statements.
IFLA and IPA believe that the time is right for the debate to develop, as hypotheses and speculation can gradually be enhanced by case-by-case experience and empirical data. The debate should be conducted in an open-minded way, encouraging experimentation and arguments based on empirical facts and following the principles of academic discourse.
IFLA and IPA share a common set of basic understandings and believe that the observance of the shared ground as set out below would enhance the overall debate.
1. IFLA and IPA value the contribution to scholarly communication that publishers and libraries have made and believe that mutual respect is important to enhance the quality of the public discourse on open access.
2. IFLA and IPA recognise that the concerns of academic authors must be at the heart of this debate - their scientific freedom, and their needs as researchers, teachers, authors, reviewers and users are paramount.
3. IFLA and IPA acknowledge that the broadest possible access to scholarly communications is an important shared objective and that potential access to all research by all researchers, irrespective of geographical location or institutional affiliation is a shared aspiration of libraries and publishers.
4. All assumptions surrounding open access and scholarly communications should be open to scientific scrutiny and academic debate. All stakeholders are encouraged to innovate, experiment and explore the new opportunities that technology brings.
5. IFLA and IPA recognise that access must be sustainable, i.e. that economic long-term viability and long-term archiving are important elements of this debate.
6. IFLA and IPA agree that the debate is most effective if it recognises the potential diversity of scholarly communication in different academic disciplines and different types of publications, e.g, research journals, review journals, monographs, text books, etc. IFLA and IPA support a debate that avoids general conclusions for all scholarly communication but gives a closer, differentiated focus on the potentially very different framework in various academic disciplines and types of publications.
7. Equally, scholarly publishers and their specific roles and functions can vary greatly. Scholarly publishing includes publishers with a variety of commercial and non-commercial affiliations and interests, outside and within the research community.
8. IFLA and IPA believe publishers, librarians, government and funding agencies should at this stage support innovation, experimentation and pilot schemes on access to scholarly publications. Pilot schemes should be accompanied by vigorous research and analysis that enables evaluation against measurable targets, that reflect the chief concerns of academic authors (as set out in Point 2), as the basis for an enriched, fact-oriented debate. As part of investigating the feasibility of open access, studies should also explore such matters as impact, transparency and economic models. Data should be shared openly among stakeholders or disclosed to allow open scrutiny. The results from these studies should provide better insight into the processes surrounding open access.
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Citation Guides for Electronic Documents
IFLA World Report 2010
IFLA is pleased to announce the launch of its brand new World Report <http://ifla-world-report.org/> . For the first time, the World Report is being made available online in a fully searchable database, complete with graphical map interface. By clicking on a country's marker, you can either select "View individual report" if you would like to view a single country's report or "Add to report list" in order to view multiple countries in one report. The report includes questions on: · Internet access in libraries
· Copyright · Library initiatives for providing information to different
categories of citizens (such as senior citizens, women, the disabled and visually impaired) · The role of libraries in universal primary education and environmental sustainability · And much more!
The report has been developed by a team at the University of Pretoria led by Professor Theo Bothma and contains details of the library environment in 122 countries. Users have the possibility to add comments to the report as a whole or to individual country reports. The analysis of the data shows on one hand that there are still many countries where violations of intellectual freedom occur - such incidents were reported in 109 of the 122 countries- and on the other that there are many positive aspects where individual libraries have implemented innovative projects to improve access to information.
Full details of the report are available here <http://2010.ifla.org/node/393> .
IFLA satellite meeting zu RDA in der DNB in 2014