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Guidelines in Mynamar

IFLA - სამ, 17/09/2019 - 18:15

The Guidelines are now also available in Mynamar (formerly Birma).

မြန်မာစာ (Myanmar) [PDF] | [EPUB]

 

Open Talks - Toluca, Mexico

EIFL news and events - პარ, 13/09/2019 - 13:18

EIFL is to give a presentation at the regional event for Latin America and the Caribbean marking the International Day for Universal Access to Information.

The event brings together founders and members of AmeliCA, a community-driven communications infrastructure for scholarly publishing and open science in Latin America and the Global South. Participants will discuss obstacles to non-profit open access publishing in Latin America and beyond, and opportunities for strengthening common infrastructures and systems for open access publishing.

Armenia open science workshops

EIFL news and events - ოთხ, 11/09/2019 - 16:44

Iryna Kuchma, EIFL Open Access Programme Manager, is to facilitate two workshops on open science, working with EIFL’s partner library consortium,  the Electronic Library Consortium of Armenia (ELCA). The workshops will take place at Yerevan ‘Brusov’ State University of Languages and Social Sciences.

Webinar Video: Innovating The Ways Metrics Are Applied, Responsible Metrics & Measuring Openness

LIBER news - სამ, 10/09/2019 - 18:24

How can we measure the state of openness of research? Why are responsible research indicators important? What role do institutional managers play in adopting them? Among others, these questions were discussed in this webinar hosted by Charlotte Wien, Head of LIBER’s Innovative Metrics Working Group. Our speakers were Isabella Peters (ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics) and Sarah Slowe (University of…

The post Webinar Video: Innovating The Ways Metrics Are Applied, Responsible Metrics & Measuring Openness appeared first on LIBER.

Out Now: October 2019 issue of IFLA Journal

IFLA - სამ, 10/09/2019 - 16:46

​​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.

Volume 45, No.3 (October 2019)

Contents:
Introduction

Special issue: Health information transforming lives 185
Maria G. N. Musoke

Articles

Transforming lives: Combating digital health inequality 187
Bob Gann

Towards new ways of assessing the impact of local medical journals: A proposal and call for change 199
Christine Wamunyima Kanyengo, Mercy Wamunyima Monde and Akakandelwa Akakandelwa

Health information literacy awareness and capacity building: Present and future 207
Terri Ottosen, Nandita S. Mani and Megan N. Fratta

The importance of public libraries in education for health literacy: A case study on diabetic patients 216
Hamed Pirialam, Maryam Kazerani, Maryam Shekofteh and Zahra Razzaghi

Health information services: Engaging women in cervical cancer screening awareness in Nigeria 224
Ngozi P. Osuchukwu and Ngozi B. Ukachi

Advancing scholarly publishing through open access biomedical repositories: A knowledge management perspective 233
Lisa Kruesi, Kerry Tanner and Frada Burstein

The role of the university library in creating inclusive healthcare hackathons: A case study with design-thinking processes 246
Bethany McGowan

Abstracts 254

 

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. IFLA Journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

To submit an article please visit IFLA Journal on the SAGE platform.

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Out Now: October 2019 issue of IFLA Journal

IFLA - სამ, 10/09/2019 - 16:46

​​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.

Volume 45, No.3 (October 2019)

Special issue: Health information transforming lives

Guest editor: Maria G. N. Musoke Assistant

Editors: Martin Morris and Shane Godbolt

Contents:
Introduction

Special issue: Health information transforming lives 185
Maria G. N. Musoke

Articles

Transforming lives: Combating digital health inequality 187
Bob Gann

Towards new ways of assessing the impact of local medical journals: A proposal and call for change 199
Christine Wamunyima Kanyengo, Mercy Wamunyima Monde and Akakandelwa Akakandelwa

Health information literacy awareness and capacity building: Present and future 207
Terri Ottosen, Nandita S. Mani and Megan N. Fratta

The importance of public libraries in education for health literacy: A case study on diabetic patients 216
Hamed Pirialam, Maryam Kazerani, Maryam Shekofteh and Zahra Razzaghi

Health information services: Engaging women in cervical cancer screening awareness in Nigeria 224
Ngozi P. Osuchukwu and Ngozi B. Ukachi

Advancing scholarly publishing through open access biomedical repositories: A knowledge management perspective 233
Lisa Kruesi, Kerry Tanner and Frada Burstein

The role of the university library in creating inclusive healthcare hackathons: A case study with design-thinking processes 246
Bethany McGowan

Abstracts 254

 

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. IFLA Journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

To submit an article please visit IFLA Journal on the SAGE platform.

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Open Session 154 Libraries: Create Spaces - Inspire Dialogue - Empower Community - Asia and Oceania

IFLA - კვი, 08/09/2019 - 14:42

The Open Session 154 Libraries: Create Spaces - Inspire Dialogue - Empower Community - Asia and Oceania was held at 08:30 – 10:30 on August 27, 2019 in Athens, Greece. The Open Session was chaired by Nor Edzan Che Nasir, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Cendrella Habre, Beirut, Lebanon.

The session included a keynote, 5 full-paper presentations and 3 Lightning Talks.

The Keynote presentation by Allison Dobbie who is a Former General Manager of Auckland Libraries in New Zealand was done in the title of"Library leaders: creating, inspiring, empowering our future leaders" .       The 5 full-paper presentations as follows:   ・"Serving the Refugees at Kedah Public Library, Malaysia" was presented by Norshahila Hashim, Mohamad Rehan Baharom and Shahizan Affandi Zakaria (Kedah Public Library, Malaysia)   ・"B@LSH Project: Creating Ubiquitous Reading Environment for Children in Rural China" was presented by  Zizhou Wang, Xiaofang Zhang, Ge Zhang (Dept. of Information Management, Peking University, Beijing, China),  Lu Qiu (Tianxiaxi Advisory Centre for Education, Beijing, China) and  Jing Dai(National Library of China, Beijing, China)   ・"Facing global challenges: libraries as community hubs for the empowerment of the most vulnerable populations" was presented by Jérémy Lachal and Muy Cheng Peich (Bibliothèques Sans Frontières (Libraries Without Borders), Montreuil, France) ・"Qatar National Library as a community engagement hub for young learners: What we have achieved as a new public library so far" was presented by Virgilio Jr Medina and Hind Al-Khulaifi (Children’s and Young Adult’s Department, Qatar National Library, Doha, Qatar) ・"National Library of Iran as a platform for community dialogue: an analysis of an experience" was presented by Fariborz Khosravi and Saeedeh Akbari-Daryan (National Library and Archives of Iran, Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of)   The 3 Lightning Talks.   ・New learning space as a cradle for organizational transformation and community building (Lightning Talk) 
Esther Woo, University of Hong Kong, China, China ・Does Professional Registration Encourage non-Māori Librarians in Aotearoa New Zealand to Engage with Indigenous Knowledge? (Lightning Talk)  Kathryn Oxborrow, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand ・Rendering Change: Design Is for (the Good of) Everyone (Lightning Talk)  Nicole Yeo, National Library Board of Singapore, Singapore        

First Version of IFLA Toolkit on National Literacy and Reading Strategies Launched

IFLA - პარ, 06/09/2019 - 15:39

On the occasion of the United Nations International Literacy Day (September 8), IFLA has formally published the first version of the IFLA Toolkit for National Literacy and Reading Strategies.  

Libraries play a major role in supporting literacy and reading through providing access to books and promoting a love of them throughout life.

Yet to realise their potential fully, libraries’ role needs to be recognised by governments, and integrated into broader literacy and reading strategies. This is the path to more effective partnerships, as well as adequate resources.  

The first version of this IFLA toolkit aims to help library associations, institutions and individual library and information workers to advocate for libraries’ role in literacy and reading to be recognised in relevant national strategy documents.

The Toolkit was presented at the World Library and Information Congress in Athens, Greece, during a vivid workshop with over 100 delegates from various countries. A visitor underlined: ‘What an inspiring, productive and encouraging workshop’.

This IFLA Toolkit aims to provide guidance and flexible materials for library associations, their members and the wider Library and Information Science (LIS) community when engaging with relevant public authorities.

It focuses primarily at national-level strategies, and complements work elsewhere into developing strategies for libraries and library systems. The toolkit includes chapters looking at how to structure an advocacy campaign, as well as arguments and evidence to use in order to strengthen your case. It also contains an extensive list of resources you can use.

It is – as the name suggests – a toolkit. Depending on the situation in your country – who is responsible for literacy, who pays, whether you have a strategy already – you will need different tools. You can therefore adapt this document, and make your own additions or variations.

Take a look at the first version of the toolkit. If you need more information or have questions, please contact Adriaan Langendonk, Chair of the IFLA section Literacy & Reading IFLA: adriaan.langendonk@kb.nl or alangendonk@lezen.nl.

IFLA- Regional Standing Committee for Asia and Oceania (RSCAO) SC Meeting 2 held on WLIC 2019 in Athens, Aug 28. 2019

IFLA - ხუთ, 05/09/2019 - 08:01

IFLA- Regional Standing Committee for Asia and Oceania (RSCAO) SC Meeting 2 held on WLIC 2019 in Athens, Aug 28. 2019

Mr. Sanjay chaired the SC Meeting 2. At first, the chair stated Welcome to attend the SC Meeting 2,and then all atttendees introduced themselves. 

The SC Meeting was proceeded as follows based on the agenda.
Ms Tina(Tao) Yang as the new RSCAO Chair and Ms Nor Edzan Che Nasir as the new Secretary for 2019-2021 leaded the discussions. 

The new Chair proposed to discuss the Action Plan 2019-2021 in details. Ms Lin Li as the Manager IFLA Regional Office explained the Reports from the Regional Office. 

The new Chair reported the results of Division V Survey on "How to Get our Voices Heard at IFLA?" , and also the Division V Satellite Meeting, 20-21 Aug. 2019, Alexandria.

The Asia & Oceania Open Session at WLIC/IFLA 2019 held on August 27, 2019 in Athens, Greece was also reported. There were a total of over 90 attendees in the A&O Open Session.

The Mid-Term meeting in 2020 was fixed on March 16-17, 2020 in Lebanon. Three countries, Australia,  Bangladesh and Taiwan ran for a seat as the host in the Mid-Term meeting in 2021.  

The collaborations with IFLA IT Section on a joint 2020 mid-year or satellite on robotics in libraries, and with IFLA National Libraries Section were proposed.

 

 

 

5th Lebanese Library Association (LLA) Conference

IFLA - ხუთ, 05/09/2019 - 03:13

5th Lebanese Library Association (LLA) Conference

Entitled: Libraries as the Power of Change

in collaboration with Asia and Oceania Regional Section of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)

Hotel Monroe, Beirut, Lebanon

March 18-20, 2020

For more information and call for papers

 

IFLA- Regional Standing Committee for Asia and Oceania (RSCAO) SC Meeting 1 held on WLIC 2019 in Athens, Aug 25. 2019

IFLA - შაბ, 31/08/2019 - 10:31

IFLA- Regional Standing Committee for Asia and Oceania (RSCAO) SC Meeting 1 held on WLIC 2019 in Athens, Aug 25. 2019

 

Mr. Sanjay chaired the SC Meeting 1. At first,  the chair stated Welcome to attend the SC Meeting 1,and then all atttendees introduced themselves and the chair introduced the Apologies from members who could not attend.

The SC Meeting was proceeded as follows based on the  agenda.
The Minutes of  the mid-term meeting held in Manila, 6-9 Mar. 2019 was confirmed.

The Election Results  was reported and confirmed.Ms Tina(Tao) Yang was confirmed as the RSCAO Chair and Ms Nor Edzan Che Nasir as the Secretary for 2019-2021. Dr. Dilara Begum was appointed as the Information Coordinatorfor 2019-2021.

1 RSCAO nomination and elections for 2019-2023
2 Elections for RSCAO Chair and Secretary for 2019-2021
3 Election of Division V Chair for 2019-2021
4 Election for IFLA Governing Board for 2019-2021
5 Election for IFLA President-elect

The Chair reported the issues after the mid-term meeting in Manila.
The Action Plan 2019-2021 was discussed.
The Information Coordinator was reported the issues after the mid-term meeting in Manila.

 

 

Hot Topics in Athens 2019

IFLA - პარ, 30/08/2019 - 19:10

Open Access in the German National Library of Medicine

Dr Ursula Arning, ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences

Plan S: Revolution or Evolution

Dr Marga Koelen, Research Support Coordinator, Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation ITC University of Twente

Fourth Industrial Revolution and future-ready African Librarians

 Dr Nkem Osuigwe, Human Capacity Development and Training, AfLIA

 

IFLA WLIC 2019: a dialogue for change brings the transformation of libraries

IFLA - პარ, 30/08/2019 - 17:34

The temperature in Athens stayed hot all throughout a packed week of learning, reflection, discussion and inspiration as IFLA’s World Library and Information Congress 2019 concluded.

For decades, IFLA WLIC has been the world’s most international library conference and this year was no exception. More than 3300 delegates from over 130 countries came to Athens — the cradle of democracy and the world’s first public library — as the floor was given to more than 500 speakers at over 250 open sessions, nearly 200 poster sessions and 30 lighting talks. Over 20 Satellite Meetings were held in the surrounding region and gave in-depth attention to a broad range of subjects.

Eleven key sessions were live streamed, reaching thousands all across the globe. Complete recordings of these sessions are already available, at no cost.

From Vision to Strategy to Action

A number of exciting announcements were introduced throughout the week—including the launch of IFLA’s transformative new Strategy and the introduction of major new features to the Global Vision Ideas Store.

It’s fitting that the launch of the IFLA Strategy 2019-2024 came in during this year’s dialogue for change themed WLIC. Now, the baton passes to library and information workers everywhere in the form of a call to action. Just as the Strategy is built on the contributions of the global library field, its success will also depend on individual and collective actions.

IFLA Secretary General Gerald Leitner underlined:

   

Our Governing Board and Professional Units are already preparing hundreds of actions to support the global library field. But we need thousands of actions – your actions. Because only with you can we create a truly global movement to improve libraries and people’s lives in all parts of the world.

The Strategy is both a roadmap for the future and a call to action. It will give new direction to the work of IFLA’s Professional Units and Headquarters. It also provides a reference point for library supporters and library users to reflect on their own actions and look for possibilities for alignment.

Just as engagement by the global library field has been key to its development, continued and expanded contributions will be key to its success. 

 

The Ideas Store now hosts thousands of ideas shared by librarians from all over the world. It is a dynamic resource for ideas and actions, the result of the contributions of library and information professionals worldwide. It provides a unique source of inspiration for the strategic and daily work of librarians everywhere, and a proof of how libraries, working together, can go further.

A Night to Remember

In true WLIC tradition, the Cultural Evening was held in the middle of the busy conference week for our delegates to unwind, soak up the vibrant Greek culture, and have fun! The Stavros Niarchos Foundation generously provided the space and sponsored the entire event.

Participants were greeted by a warm breeze and an impressive piece of architecture at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre, and were treated to a spectacular view of the Acropolis at the end of a climb up the rooftop gardens. There was also music from the famous group Estoudiantina, Greek Folk Dancing by the The Lykeion ton Hellenidon, followed by more music and dance as Librarians got to let their hair down as the night progressed.

General Assembly

General Assembly is a crucial moment in the Congress programme. After IFLA Secretary General Gerald Leitner presented his Annual Report of 2018, highlighting the year’s achievements and the ambitious but attainable goals ahead, he noted that during WLIC week IFLA reached a numerical record in both its Membership and geographic reach. IFLA can now proudly say that it includes more than 1500 members from over 150 countries.

Libraries are an investment, not a cost

Every two years, the Closing Session is a time to witness the moment when two IFLA Presidencies and Governing Boards come full circle. This year was such a time as a new PresidentPresident-elect and Governing Board officially commence their duties at the end of IFLA WLIC 2019. Glòria Pérez-Salmerón made her final address as IFLA President and Christine Mackenzie made her first.

And as one Governing Board term came to a close, another one began.

During the session, outgoing IFLA President Glòria Pérez-Salmerón thanked the National Committee for their outstanding work, despite many challenges, in organising such a successful event. She offered a heartfelt reflection on her two years as president and reiterated the need that the momentum built up needs to be keep in motion in order to take us (the library field) even further.

IFLA’s new Strategy will be the roadmap for the future in uniting, supporting and transforming the library field.

President Pérez-Salmerón said:

 

   

To take our wisdom, our values, and to realise our potential, to walk unaided, and indeed, to help the library field as a whole to walk strong, to walk tall. We have turned the ignition, started the motors of social change…now we must create a global movement in order to bring meaningful access to information for all.

The ongoing work of organising and empowering libraries will now pass to incoming IFLA President Christine Mackenzie’s term, so President Pérez-Salmerón “wish(ed) Christine, my successor, all the best in this task”, as she bid hasta luego.

Awards and future directions

The National Committees that organise IFLA Congresses play a vital role. The Greek National Committee delivered an excellent event, and received warm thanks from IFLA’s President, Secretary General and all present. The outstanding work and contributions of individuals and Professional Units were then recognised through IFLA’s Honours and Awards.

One of the most highly anticipated news at every WLIC is always the announcement where future Congresses will take place. In 2021, IFLA will be going to Rotterdam, Netherlands. We can’t wait!

As the session, and the long week, neared its end, delegates got a chance to hear incoming President Christine Mackenzie make her first address to the Federation—closing out the Congress on a high note.

   

Over the next two years we have important work to do. We now have our strategic framework and so over the next year we need to ensure that IFLA has the right structure to achieve the strategy. This will involve all levels of IFLA…

Inspire, Engage, Enable and Connect next year in Dublin!

The Dublin 2020 National Committee invites the global Library and Information Science community to facilitate the exchange of experience and best practice between local, regional and international members of the profession.

Speaking at the Closing Session, Marian Higgins Co-Chair of the Irish National Committee and President of the Library Association of Ireland, warmly invited delegates to:

“Come to our special country and to our dynamic and multicultural capital Dublin, for - as we say at home - ‘it will be grand’.  And I promise you a céad míle fáilte – A hundred thousand welcomes.”

See you at IFLA WLIC 2020 in Dublin, Ireland!

IFLA World Library and Information Congress

IFLA - პარ, 30/08/2019 - 15:38
Athens, Greece on 24 - 30 August 2019
Click here for details on this congress.

WIPO International Conference

EIFL news and events - პარ, 30/08/2019 - 13:58

EIFL will participate in the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) International Conference on Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Libraries, Archives, Museums and Educational & Research Institutions that takes place in Geneva in October 2019.

Representatives from WIPO’s 192 member states are expected to attend, along with key beneficiaries of the exceptions, including librarians, teachers and other stakeholders.

2019 الجوائز والتكريمات خلال الجلسة الختامية لمؤتمر الإفلا العالمي للمكتبات والمعلومات

IFLA - პარ, 30/08/2019 - 01:47

خلال الجلسة الختامية المُنعقدة يوم 29 أغسطس، منحت جلوريا بيريز رئيسة الإفلا ورئيسة اللجنة المهنية للإفلا، رايسا تيودوري الجوائز التالية:

شهادة تقدير الإفلا:

اللجنة الوطنية
عرفانًا بجهود اللجنة الوطنية لمؤتمر الإفلا العالمي الخامس والثمانين للمكتبات والمعلومات

قامت الكساندرا بابازوغلو والدكتور فيليبوس تسيمبوغلو الرئيسين المشاركين للجنة اليونان الوطنية بقبول الجائزة.

جين درويز
لإسهامها البارز في الإفلاو أمانة المكتبات على مستوى العالم ، وخاصةً في مجال الحفظ والترميم

ستيف ويت
لإسهاماته المتعددة في الإفلا على مدار سنوات عديدة و مشاركته في أمانة المكتبات على مستوى العالم و خاصة في مجال البحث والنشر.

عضو الإفلا الشرفي:

ديبورا جايكوبس
لإنجازاتها الرائعة وجهودها في إلهام المكتبيين و المكتبات في العديد من مناطق العالم ، وبفضل دعمها من خلال برنامج المكتبات العالمية، تمكنت الإفلا من توسيع نطاق مجال المكتبات وحشد الدعم لمناصرة دور المكتبات في المجتمع بشكل أكثر فعالية.

دونا شييدر
لإنجازاتها والتزامها وخدمتها للإفلا وخاصة في مجالات التحول التنظيمي للإفلا و في مُناصرة المكتبات في إطار اهداف الامم المتحدة للتنمية المستدامة.

ميدالية الإفلا

كاي ايكهولم

لإسهامه البارز في الإفلا ودوره القيادي بصفته رئيس اللجنه الاستشارية للإفلا حول حرية الوصول إلى المعلومات وحرية التعبير (FAIFE).  تُمنح الميدالية تقديرًا لإنجازاته وتأثيره في الدعوة لحرية التعبير وحق الافراد في التراث الثقافي.

باربرا شليهاجن

لإسهامها البارز في الإفلا ودعمها الحماسي لجمعيات المكتبات والمهنيين الشباب. وتُقدم الميدالية تقديراً لإسهامها في مجلس إدارة الإفلا و التطور التنظيمي و الاستدامة المالية للإفلا

وحدة الإفلا الأكثر ديناميكية وتأثيرًا

تذهب هذا العام الى:

قسم مباني ومُعدات المكتبات
حققت تلك الوحدة الحيوية والنشطة كل التوقعات المنشودة من وحدة ديناميكية. وذلك من خلال برامجها النشطة المليئة بالفعاليات والدورات بما في ذلك الجائزة السنوية، وأيضا لإتباعها نهج تعاوني قوى داخل الإفلا وخارجها. ويضاهي ذلك استراتيجية فعالة وواضحة للتواصل، والتي تشمل ظهور نشط على مواقع التواصل الاجتماعي ونشاطات النشر الجيدة.

تسلمت تلك الجائزة دايان كوين نيابة عن اللجنة الدائمة للقسم

إشارة خاصة للاتصال والمُناصرة

قسم إدارة المعرفة

تستحق تلك الوحدة التقدير نظرًا لمجهودات لجنتها القوية، والتي أظهرت تخطيطًا جيدًا، وتواصلًا فعالًا، وتركيزًا على بناء عضويات وشراكات متنوعة.

تسلمت شهادة التقدير ايفا سيمرتزاكى نيابة عن اللجنة الدائمة للقسم

إشارة خاصة للشراكة و التعاون

قسم المكتبات القانونية
تستحق تلك الوحدة التقدير نظرًا لانجازاتها نحو بناء شراكة فعالة داخل الافلا وخارجها لتعزيز مجال عملها ولدعم اتاحة الوصول الى المعرفة المعلومات في جميع انحاء العالم.

تسلمت شهادة التقدير سونيا بولين نيابة عن اللجنة الدائمة للقسم

أفضل مُلصق لعام 2019

تذهب هذا العام الى:

Every good adaptation is also an innovation

دوناتاس كوبيليوس
ليتوانيا

المركز الثاني:

Library makeover: The sanctuary of the mind
مستورة محمد
نوريمين سابوان
نورازان سهلان
ماليزيا

المركز الثالث:

Libraries and climate consciousness

لو كليسون
أنيت مجوبر
السويد

تجدوا التفاصيل الكاملة عن جوائز الإفلا  وجوائز الإفلا المهنية متاحة على موقع الإفلا الإلكتروني.

Высшие почетные звания и награды на Церемонии закрытия Всемирного библиотечного и информационного конгресса ИФЛА 2019

IFLA - პარ, 30/08/2019 - 00:36

На Церемонии закрытия 29 августа президент ИФЛА Глория Перес-Сальмерон и председатель Профессионального комитета ИФЛА Раисса Теодори вручили следующие высшие почетные звания и награды:

Свиток ИФЛА

Национальный комитет

В знак признательности Национальному организационному комитету Всемирного библиотечного и информационного конгресса: 85-й Генеральной конференции и Ассамблеи ИФЛА

Награду приняли Александра Папазоглу (Alexandra Papazoglou) и доктор Филиппос Цимпоглу (Dr Filippos Tsimpoglou), сопредседатели Национального организационного комитета Греции

Жанна Дрюи (Jeanne Drewes)

За выдающийся вклад в деятельность ИФЛА и развитие международного библиотечного дела, в частности, в области сохранности и консервации.

Стив Витт (Steve Witt)

За выдающийся вклад в деятельность ИФЛА на протяжении многих лет и участие в развитии международного библиотечного дела, в частности, в области исследований и публикаций.

Почетный член ИФЛА

Дебора Якобс (Deborah Jacobs)

За выдающиеся достижения и деятельность по активизации библиотекарей и библиотек во многих регионах мира. Благодаря ее поддержке посредством программы «Глобальные библиотеки», ИФЛА смогла увеличить охват и мобилизовать библиотечное сообщество для более эффективной адвокации библиотек в обществе

Донна Шидер (Donna Scheeder)

За достижения, преданность и вклад в деятельность ИФЛА, в частности, в области реструктуризации ИФЛА и библиотечной адвокации в рамках Целей устойчивого развития ООН

Медаль ИФЛА

Кай Экхольм (Kai Ekholm)

За выдающийся вклад в деятельность ИФЛА и руководство на посту председателя Комитета по свободе доступа к информации и свободе выражения (FAIFE). В частности, награда выдается за его достижения и влияние в области адвокации свободы выражения и права человека на культурное достояние.

Барбара Шляйхаген (Barbara Schleihagen)

За выдающийся вклад в деятельность ИФЛА и активную поддержку библиотечных ассоциаций и молодых профессионалов. В частности, отмечается особый вклад в деятельность Правления ИФЛА, организационное развитие ИФЛА и обеспечение финансовой стабильности.

Звание самого динамичного и результативного подразделения ИФЛА
Присуждается в этом году:

Секции библиотечных зданий и оборудованию

Эта стремительно развивающаяся и активная секция соответствует ожиданиям  и образу динамичной секции. Чрезвычайно насыщенная программа мероприятий и заседаний, включающая церемонию вручения ежегодной награды, а также сплоченность в рамках и за пределами ИФЛА. Деятельность сопровождается четкой и эффективной коммуникационной стратегией, которая включает активное присутствие в социальных сетях и успешной издательской деятельностью.

От имени Постоянного комитета награду получила Дайан Коэн (Diane Koen).

Особая благодарность за коммуникацию и адвокацию

Секция по управлению знанием

Это подразделение награждается за активный Постоянный комитет, который продемонстрировал хорошее планирование, эффективную коммуникацию и особое внимание к формированию членства в различных регионах и развитию партнерства.

От имени Постоянного комитета сертификат получила Ева Семерцаки (Eva Semertzaki)

Особая благодарность за партнёрство и сотрудничество

Секция юридических библиотек

Это подразделение  награждается за достижения в создании эффективных партнерских отношений внутри и за пределами ИФЛА с целью укрепления сферы профессиональной деятельности и поддержки доступа к знаниям и информации по всему миру.

От имени Постоянного комитета сертификат получила Соня Пулин (Sonia Poulin)

Лучший стендовый доклад ИФЛА 2019

Лучшим стендовым докладом в этом году признан доклад:

Every good adaptation is also an innovation
Donatas Kubilius
Литва

Финалист: Второе место

Library makeover: The sanctuary of the mind
Mastura Muhamad
Norelmin Sapuan
Norazhan Sahlan

Малайзия

Финалист: Третье место

Libraries and climate consciousness
Lo Claesson
Anette Mjöberg

Швеция

Вся информация об почетных званиях и наградах ИФЛА, а также профессиональных наградах ИФЛА доступна на веб-сайте ИФЛА.  

Ehrungen und Auszeichnungen im Rahmen der IFLA WLIC 2019 Abschlusssitzung

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Während der Abschlusssitzung am 29. August überreichten IFLA-Präsidentin Glòria Pérez-Salmerón und die Vorsitzende des IFLA-Fachausschusses Raissa Teodori die folgenden Ehrungen und Auszeichnungen:

IFLA Scroll of Appreciation

Das Nationalkomitee

In dankbarer Anerkennung an das Nationalkomitee des 85. IFLA Weltkongresses.

Christina Kyriakopoulou, Alexandra Papazoglou und Dr. Filippos Tsimpoglou, stellvertretende Vorsitzende des griechischen Nationalkomitees der IFLA, nahmen die Auszeichnung entgegen.

Jeanne Drewes

Für ihren herausragenden Beitrag zur IFLA und zum internationalen Bibliothekswesen, insbesondere im Bereich der Erhaltung und Konservierung.

Steve Witt

Für seinen langjährigen und umfangreichen Beitrag zur IFLA und sein Engagement in der internationalen Bibliotheksarbeit, insbesondere auf dem Gebiet der Forschung und Publikation.

IFLA Ehrenmitglied

Deborah Jacobs

Für ihre herausragenden Leistungen und Bemühungen, Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekare und Bibliotheken in vielen Regionen der Welt zu inspirieren. Mit ihrer Unterstützung konnte die IFLA durch das Global Libraries Program ihre Reichweite ausbauen und den Bibliotheksbereich dazu mobilisieren, sich effektiver für die Rolle der Bibliotheken in der Gesellschaft einzusetzen.

Donna Scheeder

Für ihre Leistungen, ihr Engagement und ihren Einsatz für die IFLA, insbesondere in den Bereichen des organisatorischen Wandels in der IFLA und bei der Unterstützung von Bibliotheken im Rahmen der UN-Ziele für nachhaltige Entwicklung.

IFLA-Medaille

Kai Ekholm

Für seinen herausragenden Beitrag zur IFLA und seine Führung als Vorsitzender des FAIFE-Komitees. Die IFLA-Medaille würdigt insbesondere seine Leistungen und seinen Einfluss bei der Verteidigung der Meinungsfreiheit und des Rechts der Menschen auf das kulturelle Erbe.

Barbara Schleihagen

Für ihren herausragenden Beitrag zur IFLA und die engagierte Unterstützung von Bibliotheksverbänden und Nachwuchskräften. Die IFLA-Medaille würdigt insbesondere ihren Beitrag zum IFLA-Vorstand und zur Organisationsentwicklung sowie zur finanziellen Nachhaltigkeit der IFLA.

IFLA Dynamic Unit and Impact Award

Die Auszeichnung wird dieses Jahr vergeben an:

Die Sektion „Library Buildings and Equipment“

Diese lebendige und dynamische Fachgruppe hat alle Erwartungen an eine „Dynamic Unit“ erfüllt. Ihr engagiertes Programm von Veranstaltungen und Sitzungen, einschließlich der jährlichen Auszeichnung, sowie ein starker kooperativer Ansatz innerhalb und außerhalb der IFLA. Dies wird ergänzt durch eine klare und effektive Kommunikationsstrategie, zu der eine aktive Social-Media-Präsenz und rege Publikationstätigkeiten gehören.

Die Auszeichnung wurde im Namen des Ständigen Ausschusses der Sektion von Diane Koen in Empfang genommen.

Lobende Erwähnung für Kommunikation und Interessensvertretung

Sektion „Knowledge Management“ 

Die Fachgruppe wird für ihren starken Ausschuss gewürdigt, der gute Planungskompetenzen, eine effektive Kommunikation und einen Fokus auf den Aufbau einer vielfältigen Mitgliederbasis und von Partnerschaften bewiesen hat.

Ein Zertifikat wurde im Namen des Ständigen Ausschusses der Sektion von Eva Semertzaki in Empfang genommen.

Lobende Erwähnung für Partnerschaft und Zusammenarbeit

Sektion „Law Libraries Section“ 

Die Fachgruppe wird ausgezeichnet für ihre Leistungen beim Aufbau effektiver Partnerschaften innerhalb und außerhalb der IFLA, die ihr Berufsfeld stärken und den Zugang zu Wissen und Informationen auf der ganzen Welt unterstützen.

Ein Zertifikat wurde im Namen des Ständigen Ausschusses der Sektion von Sonia Poulin in Empfang genommen.

Bestes IFLA-Poster 2019

Die Auszeichnung wird dieses Jahr vergeben an:

Every good adaptation is also an innovation
Donatas Kubilius
Litauen

Finalistinnen und Finalisten: zweiter Platz

Library makeover: The sanctuary of the mind
Mastura Muhamad
Norelmin Sapuan
Norazhan Sahlan

Malaysia

Finalistinnen und Finalisten: dritter Platz

Libraries and climate consciousness
Lo Claesson
Anette Mjöberg

Schweden

Ausführliche Informationen zu den Ehrungen und Auszeichnungen sowie zu den Professional Awards der IFLA sind auf der IFLA-Webseite abrufbar.

Prix et récompenses remis lors de la session de clôture du Congrès 2019 de l’IFLA

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Pendant la session de clôture du 29 août, la présidente de l’IFLA Glòria Pérez-Salmerón et la présidente du Comité Professionnel de l’IFLA Raissa Teodori, ont décerné les récompenses et prix suivants :

Diplôme d’honneur de l’IFLA

Le Comité national

En reconnaissance chaleureuse, au Comité national organisateur de la 85e Assemblée Générale de l’IFLA et Congrès mondial de l’information et des bibliothèques

Christina Kyriakopoulou, Papazoglou et le Dr Filippos Tsimpoglou, co-présidents du Comité national grec de l’IFLA, ont reçu la récompense.

Jeanne Drewes

En raison de sa contribution éminente à l’IFLA et à la bibliothéconomie internationale, en particulier dans le domaine de la préservation et de la conservation.

Steve Witt

Pour sa contribution remarquable à l’IFLA depuis de nombreuses années et son engagement pour la bibliothéconomie internationale, en particulier dans le champ de la recherche et de l’édition.

Membre honoraire de l’IFLA

Deborah Jacobs

Pour ses réalisations exceptionnelles et ses efforts pour inspirer les bibliothèques et les bibliothécaires dans de nombreuses régions du monde. Grâce à son soutien par le biais du Programme Bibliothèques mondiales, l’IFLA a pu élargir son action et encourager le monde des bibliothèques à promouvoir plus efficacement son rôle dans la société.

Donna Scheeder

Pour ses réalisations et son implication au service de l’IFLA, particulièrement concernant les transformations de l’organisation de l’IFLA, et dans la promotion des bibliothèques dans le cadre des Objectifs de développement durable des Nations Unies.

Médaille de l’IFLA

Kai Ekholm

Pour sa brillante contribution à l’IFLA et pour sa direction en tant que Président du Comité FAIFE. La médaille de l’IFLA récompense particulièrement ses actions et son influence en faveur de la défense de la liberté d’expression et du droit au patrimoine culturel.

Barbara Schleihagen

Pour sa contribution émérite à l’IFLA et pour son soutien enthousiaste aux associations de bibliothèques et aux jeunes professionnels. La médaille de l’IFLA récompense en particulier sa contribution au Conseil d’administration de l’IFLA et au développement organisationnel de l’IFLA et à sa viabilité financière.

Prix de l’unité professionnelle de l’IFLA la plus dynamique et la plus efficiente

Décerné cette année à :

La Section Bâtiments et équipements de bibliothèques

Cette unité professionnelle vive et active a répondu à toutes les attentes d’une unité professionnelle dynamique : un programme d’événements et de sessions riches, incluant son prix annuel ainsi qu’une approche très collaborative au sein et au-delà de l’IFLA. À cela s’ajoutent une stratégie de communication claire et efficace, notamment une présence active sur les réseaux sociaux et des publications de qualité.

La récompense a été remise à Diane Koen en tant que représentante de sa Section.

Mention spéciale pour la communication et le travail de plaidoyer

Section Gestion des connaissances

Cette unité est reconnue pour son comité solide qui s’est distingué par son organisation remarquable, sa communication efficace et un effort particulier pour mettre en place une base d’adhérents et des partenariats diversifiés.

La récompense a été remise à Eva Semertzaki au nom de sa Section.

Mention spéciale pour le Partenariat et la Collaboration

Section Bibliothèques de droit

Cette unité est reconnue pour ses résultats en matière de création de partenariats efficaces au sein et au-delà de l’IFLA afin de renforcer le rayonnement professionnel et soutenir l’accès à la connaissance et à l'information partout dans le monde.

La récompense a été remise à Sonia Poulin au nom  de sa section.

Meilleure affiche 2019 de l’IFLA

Prix décerné cette année à :

Chaque bonne adaptation est aussi une innovation
Donatas Kubilius
Lithuanie

Les finalistes :
Deuxième place

Transformer la bibliothèque : un sanctuaire pour l’esprit
Mastura Muhamad
Norelmin Sapuan
Norazhan Sahlan
Malaisie

Troisième place

Les bibliothèques et la conscience environnementale
Lo Claesson
Anette Mjöberg
Suède

Tous les détails relatifs aux récompenses et grands prix de l’IFLA et aux Récompenses professionnelles de l’IFLA sont disponibles sur le site Internet de l’IFLA.

Honores y Premios en la Sesión de Clausura del WLIC de la IFLA 2019

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Durante la Sesión de Clausura del 29 de agosto, la Presidenta de la IFLA Glòria Pérez-Salmerón y la Presidenta del Comité Profesional de la IFLA Raissa Teodori otorgaron los siguientes honores y premios:

Relación de Reconocimientos de la IFLA

El Comité Nacional

En reconocimiento agradecido al Comité Nacional  del Congreso Mundial de Bibliotecas e Información de la IFLA. 85º Congreso General y Asamblea de la IFLA

Christina Kyriakopoulou, Alexandra Papazoglou y el Dr Filippos Tsimpoglou, Copresidentes del Comité Nacional Griego de la IFLA, aceptaron el premio.

Jeanne Drewes

Por su destacada contribución a la IFLA y a la biblioteconomía internacional, especialmente en el campo de la preservación y la conservación.

Steve Witt

Por su enorme contribución a la IFLA durante muchos años y por su compromiso con la biblioteconomía internacional, especialmente en el campo de la investigación y la publicación.

Miembros Honorarios de la IFLA

Deborah Jacobs

Por sus destacados logros y esfuerzos para inspirar a los bibliotecarios y a las bibliotecas de muchas regiones del mundo. Con su ayuda a través del Programa de Bibliotecas Globales, la IFLA ha podido aumentar su alcance y conseguir que el sector bibliotecario defienda más eficazmente el papel de las bibliotecas en la sociedad.

Donna Scheeder

Por sus logros, dedicación y servicio a la IFLA, especialmente en lo referente a la transformación institucional de la IFLA y a la defensa de las bibliotecas dentro de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible de las Naciones Unidas.

Medalla de la IFLA

Kai Ekholm

Por su destacada contribución a la IFLA y por su liderazgo como Presidente del Comité FAIFE. La Medalla de la IFLA reconoce especialmente sus logros e influencia en la defensa de la libertad de expresión y el derecho de las personas al patrimonio cultural.

Barbara Schleihagen

Por su destacada contribución a la IFLA y por su entusiasta apoyo a las asociaciones de bibliotecarios y a los jóvenes profesionales. La Medalla de la IFLA reconoce especialmente su contribución a la Junta de Gobierno de la IFLA, al desarrollo institucional y a la sostenibilidad financiera de la IFLA.

Premio al Impacto de una Unidad Dinámica de la IFLA
Este año se ha otorgado a:

Sección de Edificios y Equipamiento de Bibliotecas

Esta Unidad vibrante y activa ha superado todas las expectativas de una Unidad Dinámica. Por su programa muy activo de eventos y sesiones, incluido el premio anual, además de una firme estrategia de colaboración dentro y fuera de la IFLA que se corresponde con una estrategia de comunicación clara y eficaz, lo que incluye una activa presencia en las redes sociales y buenas actividades de publicación.

El premio fue recibido por Diane Koen en nombre del Comité Permanente de la Sección.

Mención Especial a la Comunicación y a la Defensa de la Profesión

Sección de Gestión del Conocimiento

Se hace un reconocimiento a esta Unidad por su sólido comité, que ha demostrado una buena planificación, una comunicación eficaz y un interés en establecer diferentes  asociaciones y colaboraciones.

El certificado fue recibido por Eva Semertzaki  en nombre del Comité Permanente de la Sección.

Mención Especial a la Cooperación y a la Colaboración

Sección de Bibliotecas de Derecho

Se reconoce a esta Unidad por sus logros en crear acuerdos de colaboración eficaces dentro y fuera de la IFLA con el fin de fortalecer esta área de la profesión y apoyar el acceso al conocimiento y a la información en todo el mundo.

El certificado fue recibido por Sonia Poulin en nombre del Comité Permanente de la Sección.

Mejor Póster de la IFLA 2019

Este año se ha otorgado a:

Toda buena adaptación es también una innovación
Donatas Kubilius
Lituania

Finalista: Segundo Lugar

Transformación de la biblioteca: El santuario de la mente
Mastura Muhamad
Norelmin Sapuan
Norazhan Sahlan

Malasia

Finalista: Tercer Lugar

Las bibliotecas y la concienciación sobre el clima
Lo Claesson
Anette Mjöberg

Suecia

En el sitio web de la IFLA puede consultar todos los detalles sobre los Honores y Premios Principales de la IFLA y sobre los Premios Profesionales de la IFLA.

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