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Record of a great mid-term in Tampere

IFLA - Tue, 14/05/2019 - 10:50

The Public Library Standing Committee (PLSC) held its mid-term meeting in Finland  12-13 March. Our packed program included participation  in  a one day seminar, The Marrakesh Treaty in Action: Implementing the treaty and more ideas for accessible digital reading organised by Celia Library, IFLA Libraries Serving Persons with Print Disabilities, and the Finnish Library Association. This gave our members an appreciation of the Treaty and how it impacts on our services.  The seminar was held at the magical Oodi Helsinki Central Library and we were treated to a tour of this wonderful place before we headed north to Tampere for our meeting.

Our host, PLSC member Pirkko Lindberg and her staff made us incredibly welcome in snowy Tampere where we gained an understanding of this historic city. Our meeting at the Tampere Library allowed us to discuss the many projects in which the SC is involved including the IFLA/Systematic Public Library of the Year; the review of the Public Library Manifesto and our programs fo the WLIC in Athens. The Minutes of the meeting are now available to download.

As a fitting finale we were traeted to a traditional smoke sauna followed by ice-swimming and the (not so traditional) karaoke! Is it any wonder people are fighting to be part of the PLSC!


Europe’s New Copyright Directive: Golden Opportunity or Missed Opportunity for Libraries and Universities?

LIBER news - Tue, 14/05/2019 - 09:59

As we reported, the new Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market was passed by Council and Parliament in April. This means it will come into force across the European Union by 7 June 2021. Whether it is implemented well or poorly from a library and research perspective in a particular country is now,…

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VIVO Updates, May 12, 2019 — Conference proposals due Wednesday, EuroCRIS, VIVO Scholar, OpenRefine, Internationalization

DSpace news - Mon, 13/05/2019 - 17:52

VIVO Conference proposals due this Wednesday, May 15.  The VIVO Conference call for proposals will be open through this Wednesday, May 15.  The conference will be held September 4-6, 2019 in Podgorica, Montenegro.  Proposals are very welcome for presentations, posters, panels, and workshops.  Proposals are welcome on all aspects of the open representation of scholarship, data regarding scholarship, and the use of that data to improve scholarship.  We hope to receive your proposal!

EuroCRIS  Several VIVO people are heading to the EuroCRIS 2019 meeting in Helsinki, Finland, May 27-29.  Please let us know if you are planning to attend.  We’re always eager to meet and chat about VIVO!

VIVO Scholar Update presentation.  From the vivo-community email list dated May 9:

Hi VIVO Community,

The VIVO Scholar Task Force is working on a new, lightweight, read-only front end for VIVO, based largely on the discovery and foundational work of the Product Evolution Task Force, which recently wrapped up.

Please join us for an open, town-hall style meeting on Thursday, May 16 at 11 eastern. Connection information is here: https://duraspace.zoom.us/j/952326581. We’ll fill you in on what we’re doing now and what we’re planning, so bring your questions about VIVO Scholar.

Future VIVO Scholar town hall meetings will be held roughly every 8 weeks at the same time: June 11, September 12, October 31, January 9, February 20

Hope to talk to you next week!

Julia Trimmer
Chair, VIVO Leadership and Steering Group

Director, Faculty Systems and Analysis
Duke University in Durham, NC
Explore Duke’s amazing faculty and researchers in Scholars@Duke.

OpenRefine presentation  Christian Hauschke of TIB Hannover will present on OpenRefine, a tool for cleaning data and transforming it for VIVO and other purposes.  TIB Hannover uses OpenRefine extensively.  The presentation will be this Thursday, May 16, 10 AM US Eastern Time during the Ontology Interest Group meeting.  Connection information is here:  https://duraspace.zoom.us/j/952326581

Internationalization  The Internationalization Task Force is starting up again to discuss requirements (see VIVO i18n task force – requirements) for the VIVO interface and build on work done by our international sites.  The group will meet on June 4 at 10 AM US Eastern Time.  Connect here:  https://uqam.zoom.us/j/5142161911

Calls this week  The VIVO Calendar has calls for the week.  Check it out!



Mike Conlon
VIVO Project Director

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სალომე ზურაბიშვილმა ეროვნულ ბიბლიოთეკას ჯანრი კაშიას წიგნები გადასცა

სალომე ზურაბიშვილმა ეროვნულ ბიბლიოთეკას ჯანრი კაშიას წიგნები გადასცა

9 მაისს საქართველოს პარლამენტის ეროვნული ბიბლიოთეკის მეექვსე კორპუსში (ს. ცინცაძის 63) ჯანრი კაშიას ბიბლიოთეკა გაიხსნა.

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Webinar: Open Access and the Humanities: A Train the Trainer Perspective

EIFL-OA news and events - Fri, 10/05/2019 - 11:54

This train-the-trainer webinar, hosted by EIFL and FOSTER Open Science, aims to develop and deepen understanding of the topic, 'Open Access and the Humanities', and of the tools and methods available to trainers. Participants will learn about the challenges faced in training humanities researchers on open access, and the issues and challenges faced by humanists. There will be discussion of future collaboration, and a programme of events and activities to enable collaboration and learning. 

Date and time: 21 May, 13.00 CEST.  

Webinar: Open Access and the Humanities: A Train the Trainer Perspective

EIFL - FOSS news - Fri, 10/05/2019 - 11:54

This train-the-trainer webinar, hosted by EIFL and FOSTER Open Science, aims to develop and deepen understanding of the topic, 'Open Access and the Humanities', and of the tools and methods available to trainers. Participants will learn about the challenges faced in training humanities researchers on open access, and the issues and challenges faced by humanists. There will be discussion of future collaboration, and a programme of events and activities to enable collaboration and learning. 

Date and time: 21 May, 13.00 CEST.  

Webinar: Open Access and the Humanities: A Train the Trainer Perspective

EIFL news and events - Fri, 10/05/2019 - 11:54

This train-the-trainer webinar, hosted by EIFL and FOSTER Open Science, aims to develop and deepen understanding of the topic, 'Open Access and the Humanities', and of the tools and methods available to trainers. Participants will learn about the challenges faced in training humanities researchers on open access, and the issues and challenges faced by humanists. There will be discussion of future collaboration, and a programme of events and activities to enable collaboration and learning. 

Date and time: 21 May, 13.00 CEST.  

What is the value of coaching?

IFLA - Fri, 10/05/2019 - 04:26

Join Catharina Isberg (Sweden), Barbara Wennheden (Sweden) and Bergita Shannon (Australia) as they explore the role of coaching, particularly in terms of its value for developing library and information professionals for the future. This free webinar will be held on 28 May 2019. 

Check the CPDWL webinar page for full details of the speakers and their interest in the topic of coaching.

Stronger Libraries for a Stronger Europe – Celebrating Europe Day 2019

IFLA - Thu, 09/05/2019 - 18:03

IFLA has welcomed Europe Day 2019 as an opportunity to celebrate the importance of collaboration, and to look forward to the upcoming elections. Based on the Library Manifesto for Europe, a growing number of European and national parties are setting out how they plan to help libraries in the coming five years.

The European Union has set a global standard for cooperation between governments, in the interests of promoting prosperity and peace.

The values it promotes – of collaboration, sharing and discussion – are also those of libraries.

With responsibilities across a wide range of policy areas, it is also an increasingly key interlocutor for libraries.

Decisions about copyright, open access, research funding, heritage policies, education, skills and development are all have a direct impact on our work.

IFLA, alongside its partner organisations, has therefore engaged strongly in order to build up connections and promote our institutions and their values. We have seen important successes.

For the first time, we are also looking to shape the future of the European Union. Working with our partners, we have created a Library Manifesto for Europe, which highlights six areas in which decision-makers can help.

Today, we are publishing a first set of responses from European and national political parties, explaining what they plan to do for our institutions.

These set out actions in the fields of literacy, culture, heritage, open access, development and copyright. They are a promising sign that at both the national and European level, libraries will have many friends in the years to come.

IFLA Secretary General Gerald Leitner said:

The past five years have underlined how important the decisions taken by Members of the European Parliament are, and I am happy to see so many parties recognise the role of libraries now, as the elections approach. I look forward to working with them, throughout the next five years, to build stronger European libraries for a stronger Europe.

Read the first set of responses on our publications page

ეროვნულ ბიბლიოთეკაში ჯანრი კაშიას ბიბლიოთეკა გაიხსნება

ეროვნულ ბიბლიოთეკაში ჯანრი კაშიას ბიბლიოთეკა გაიხსნება

9 მაისს 17:00 საათზე საქართველოს პარლამენტის ეროვნული ბიბლიოთეკის მეექვსე კორპუსში (ს. ცინცაძის 63) ჯანრი კაშიას ბიბლიოთეკა გაიხსნება.

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Protecting Cultural Property - The Hague Convention and its two Protocols

IFLA - Wed, 08/05/2019 - 16:34

Last week IFLA attended the International Conference on the 20th anniversary of the 1999 Second Protocol to the 1954 Hague Convention hosted by UNESCO in Geneva, Switzerland. The Conference brought together States representatives, experts, academics and civil society representatives to share achievements and challenges facing the implementation of the Protocol and in protecting cultural heritage against the threats by conflict or disaster.

Before going in too deep about what we learned at the conference and what the outcomes means for IFLA and libraries worldwide, let’s first just summarise, what the 1954 Hague Convention is…

The 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and its two (1954 and 1999 Protocols) was adopted in the wake of the large-scale destruction of cultural heritage carried out during the Second World War. The Hague Convention is the first multilateral treaty to focus exclusively on the protection of cultural heritage during conflicts.

Several conflicts that erupted in the 1990s, particularly those in former Yugoslavia, revealed gaps in the implementation of the Hague Convention. For this reason, Member States and the Secretariat of the Convention initiated a review of the agreement in 1991.

The result of this collaboration was the elaboration and subsequent adoption of the Second Protocol to the Hague Convention at the March 1999 Hague Diplomatic Conference. The Second Protocol advances a number of legal, military and technical aspects in the protection of cultural heritage, it is therefore also known as the enhanced protection protocol by defining a new category of protection by establishing sanctions in case of violations and crime’s against people’s cultural heritage.

What does this means for libraries?

Recent conflicts have shown that many countries are caught unprepared when either armed conflicts or environmental disasters occur. In the cultural heritage field, it is often seen that support, including funding, is easier reached after a conflict or disaster. All panellists throughout the conference expressed the need for pre-conflict support to safeguarding cultural heritage, as well as placing a strong emphasis on the work around rehabilitation.

On this matter, representatives from Member States expressed challenges in mobilising networks both before- and after a conflict, as well as finding proper training for library, archive and museum personnel as well as military groups.

Benjamin Charlier, Legal Advisor and Head of Advisory Service at the International Committee of the Red Cross expressed the need to be aware of the expertise of each actor and how we need to work together – Member States, experts and civil society. This was furthermore underlined by Ernesto Ottone Ramírez, Assistant Director-General for Culture of UNESCO who stated:

“To have a real impact we need to mobilize all resources!”

The importance of cultural heritage to a community, and the significance of preservation of information and knowledge to expanding society’s knowledge base are embedded in IFLA's Strategic Plan.

IFLA provides a list of resources on risk mitigation and preparedness, including the IFLA Disaster Preparedness and Planning Manual. IFLA also assists governments, institutions and other stake holders with capacity building in form of fourteen Preservation & Conservation (PAC) Centres around the globe. The PAC Centres hold expertise knowledge on risk management and are local experts on ground.

IFLA also supports other initiatives on protecting cultural property and is one of the founding four of the Blue Shield International. One area of its engagement is its training work for members of the heritage sector and armed forces, ideally in combination. Blue Shield International offers courses that include approaches to cultural property, cultural property law and risk management techniques.

If you want to know more about the work of Blue Shield and how to get involved, click here.

What do we do now?

Although the primary responsibility of the implementation of the Hague Convention and the 1999 Protocol lies with States that are a party to it, the role of non-governmental actors in supporting those States is vital!

There is no need to discuss the importance of protecting our cultural heritage, but merely how do we do it?

Actors across the sector agreed that there needs to be a focus on both pre- and post-conflict work. Training of institutional personnel as well as military forces is in demand and NGOs have a strong capacity to plan, propose and implement concrete action programmes, including advocacy and awareness-raising, capacity building or legal expertise, based on a high level of expertise that represents a valuable asset for States.

As expressed by Karl von Habsburg-Lotheringen, President of Blue Shield International:

“The work [on protecting cultural property] is not possible if we don’t collaborate with all actors. Collaboration is the key!”

Welcome to IFLA Division V satellite meeting ---Registration Open Now

IFLA - Wed, 08/05/2019 - 05:24

Welcome to IFLA Division V satellite meeting

"Leadership roles in international librarianship: how can information professionals from Africa, Asia & Oceania, Latin America & Caribe be part of it?"

The IFLA Division V. (Regions) which includes regional sections of Africa – Asia & Oceania – Latin America & Caribbean jointly organizing this satellite meeting as a pre-conference of 85th World Library and Information Congress, in the beautiful and historical Bibliotheca Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt on August 20-21, 2019.   IFLA Division V satellite meeting Homepage: https://www.bibalex.org/ifla-division-v/en/home/home.aspx   Registration Open Now: https://www.bibalex.org/ifla-division-v/en/registration/reglogin.aspx  

2019 DSpace North American Users Group Call for Proposals

DSpace news - Tue, 07/05/2019 - 22:56

The 2019 DSpace North American Users Group planning committee invites proposals for the upcoming meeting which will be held September 23 & 24, 2019 at the Elmer L. Andersen Library at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.

This meeting will provide opportunities to discuss ideas, strategies, best practices, use cases, and the future development of DSpace 7 with members of the DSpace community including repository developers, technology directors, and institutional repository managers.

We are looking for proposals to cover a variety of topics including, but not limited to:

  • DSpace 7 development and integration
  • Upgrading or migrating to DSpace
  • Accessibility
  • DSpace for research data
  • DSpace for cultural heritage
  • Analytics and assessment
  • Institutional repositories / scholarly communication issues
  • “Show and Tell” – share your success and challenges
  • Anything else you would like to share with the community!

We are seeking proposals in the following formats:

  • Lightning Talk (5-10 min) – a brief, freestanding presentation, with or without slides, including Q&A
  • Presentation (20 min) – a more comprehensive, freestanding presentation, including Q&A
  • Discussion Panel (45 min) – a collection of brief presentations on a topic or area, including a moderated Q&A or open discussion
  • Workshop – an instructor-led workshop on a topic or tool
  • Birds-of-a-feather – breakout sessions for attendees to engage in a particular topic

Submit a proposal by June 21, 2019.

Notifications of acceptance will be sent by July 15, 2019.

Need some ideas? Check out past North American user group meeting programs on the conference wiki!

Questions? Contact us at dspace-user-group-meeting@umn.edu.

The 2019 DSpace North American User Group Meeting is jointly sponsored by the University of Minnesota Libraries and the Texas Digital Library.

We encourage members of the wider open repository community and those interested in learning more about the open source DSpace repository platform to participate. More information about accommodations, registration, and schedule will be made available on the conference website.

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2019 IFLA Dynamic Unit and Impact Award: Call for nominations

IFLA - Tue, 07/05/2019 - 10:40

DEADLINE: 7 June 2019

In 2018, the Professional Committee established the IFLA Dynamic Unit and Impact Award to recognise the Professional Units who excel at putting the expectations of a Dynamic Unit into practice. A Dynamic Unit has the greatest impact on IFLA’s global work – engaging members, developing strong leadership and identity, delivering high-quality services with a measurable impact, and communicating activities within IFLA and beyond. This is not a personal award, but rather an opportunity to recogise exceptional teamwork.

The 2019 IFLA Dynamic Unit and Impact Award winner will be announced during the Closing Session at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress in August. 

The Award intends to stimulate outstanding work by Professional Units by:
  • Recognising and promoting excellent examples of Professional Unit work;
  • Highlighting the impact of the work of IFLA's professional groups.
Who Can Enter?

The Award may be presented to one or more IFLA Professional Units:

  1. Divisions
  2. Sections
  3. Special Interest Groups
  4. Strategic Programmes
  5. Core Activities

NOTE: The winning Unit(s) is not eligible to be nominated again in the year immediately following their win. Instead, a representative from that unit will be invited to join the jury that year. They can once again be nominated in subsequent years.

How to apply

Describe how the Professional Unit is fulfilling the criteria of a Dynamic Unit listed below in 300 words or less. Highlight creative approaches and clearly state what the outcomes and impact has been. You may include photos, video (see instructions on the submission form).

Submit your application

Criteria for evaluation

In the previous two years, the winning Unit(s) should have demonstrated the following expectations of a Dynamic Unit at a superior level. The winning Unit(s) must also have shared their Action Plan for 2019 or a summary of the year’s planned objectives and activities on their IFLA webpage in order to be considered.

Criteria 1: Quality and impact of the work, for example:
  • Effectively networking with its community in order to define and develop the Unit’s role in line with IFLA strategy and the general expectations of an IFLA Unit;
  • Synthesizing ideas and suggestions into clearly expressed and communicated objectives for the Unit that reflect IFLA’s strategy and unique position as a global library organisation;
  • Identifying and carrying out a variety of activities that contribute to achieving the objectives of the Unit and are communicated through a well-formulated Action Plan;
  • Thinking about how the results of its work are communicated for maximum impact;
  • Regularly reviewing and updating its activities to ensure they meet the changing demands and changing environment.
Criteria 2: Communications and impact, for example:
  • Implementing a written communication plan
  • Having frequent and regular communication within its own committee, with at least one (possibly online) meeting between Congresses;
  • Frequently and regularly communicating with its Members:
  • Proactively communicating its activities widely and reach out to other IFLA Units or other stakeholders in order to identify synergies;
  • Facilitating ongoing discussion with its community of interest, especially in order to identify ‘hot topics’ and where IFLA might have a role to play; Communicating and discussing progress and challenges with its Division Chair.
  • Increase publication output via IFLA’s publication channels (IFLA Journal, Professional Report series (online, Open Access publications), IFLA Publications series).
Criteria 3: Membership and leadership engagement and development, for example:
  • Attracting new members at each election;
  • Having an inclusive process that involves all members in both planning and execution;
  • Achieving diversity in its membership, and if this is not possible, actively seeking diverse views and input to its work, for example, in relation to geographical representation, gender and age;
  • Having capable leaders that: ensure the Unit has a clear goal and sense of direction and produces quality work; identify roles and responsibilities for others; ensure all members have a voice; communicate progress and problems to the Division Chair.
  • Having succession planning and mentoring in place for both the Officer roles and the member roles;
  • Ensuring there is continuity of activities when membership or responsibilities change, and that the transition to the new Committee in an election year is smooth;
  • Articulating what value a member gains from involvement;
  • Functioning effectively using volunteers, encouraging remote participation either of members who cannot attend physical meetings or people beyond the committee where relevant and appropriate;
  • Having involvement, partnerships and communication with relevant non-IFLA partners;
  • Having an international community that identifies itself as an active supporter of the Unit’s objectives or an active contributor to the Unit’s work and includes individuals who regularly and actively engage with the Unit.
  • 7 June: deadline for nominations
  • Mid-July: shortlist announced
  • 29 August: presentation of award at WLIC Closing Ceremony

Questions? Contact us at professionalsupport@ifla.org

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    Live stream of the 29th PUC Meeting

    IFLA - Tue, 07/05/2019 - 10:32

    To join to the live stream of the 29th PUC Meeting in Maribor, Slovenia on 9–10 May 2019, please let us know via the online form until the 8 May 2019.

    Now available: NILP presentations at WLIC 2018 in Kuala Lumpur

    IFLA - Mon, 06/05/2019 - 12:55

    Powerpoint presentations form NILP's open session at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress, 84th IFLA General Conference and Assembly on 29 August 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are now available.

    The session's theme was Lessons learned from new developments in information and library policy at national level. 

    VIVO Updates May 5, 2019 — Calendar, CFP, Ontology, ROR

    DSpace news - Mon, 06/05/2019 - 04:43

    The VIVO Calendar  The VIVO Calendar is a simple Google Calendar, available on the home page of the VIVO wiki.  You can add this calendar to your collection so that are up to date on all VIVO meetings and events.  Have an update of question about the calendar?  Post to one of the VIVO email lists.  Thanks!

    Conference call for proposals closed May 15  The VIVO Conference call for proposals has been extended to May 15.  We look forward to your proposal for a workshop, poster, panel, or presentation.  Topics at the VIVO conference include everything having to do with representing and using data about scholarship, including, but not limited to software development, implementation, change management, ontology development, persistent identifiers, national adoption, analytics, data wrangling, and anything else you might think of related to the open world of metadata regarding scholarship and research.  The conference will be held September 4-6, 2019 in Podgorica, Montenegro.  We hope to see you there!

    An ontology project  For sometime, the VIVO ontology has needed to improve – VIVO needs to cover more of the world of scholarship, and represent new expectations in scholarship.  VIVO needs to take advantage of advances in ontological design and practice that have emerged since the ontology was first created in 2007 and last revised in 2013.  Revising the ontology will be a significant effort – a new ontology which builds on all that has been learned needs to be developed; 2) testing, tools, and training will be needed to help the community adopt the new ontology; and 3) the VIVO software, and existing software using the current ontology will need to be upgraded using the tools and training.  The effort is expected to take several years, and involve the entire VIVO community.  The current VIVO ontology is expected to be supported indefinitely.

    A one page summary of the effort, the approach to the work and some consequences can be found here:  VIVO Ontology Version 2 in one page

    A short white paper is available here: VIVO Ontology Version 2

    Multiple presentations at the conference will present concepts regarding the effort and how all can participate.

    The Ontology Interest Group meets every other Thursday to discuss the effort, solicit, input, review early thoughts, and determine direction.  All are welcome!

    We look forward to the participation of the VIVO community in this effort.  Over the coming months, we will have a series of short surveys regarding needs in the community for representation.  We hope you can take a few minutes to review these surveys with your VIVO group and answer as a group to provide let us know how to make the VIVO ontology more relevant, more consistent, and more open.

    ROR  Looking for data regarding research organizations?  You might want to take a look at the Research Organization Registry (http://ror.org)  Following on the work of Digital Science and GRID (http://grid.ac) and a collaboration between 17 organizations including ORCiD, THOR, and CrossRef, ROR is an independent, non-profit effort to curate an open registry of the world’s research organizations.

    Go VIVO!


    Mike Conlon
    VIVO Project Director

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    VuFind - 5.1.1

    Foss4lib.org - Fri, 03/05/2019 - 19:18
    Package: VuFindRelease Date: Monday, May 6, 2019

    Last updated May 3, 2019. Created by Demian Katz on May 3, 2019.
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    Bug fix release.

    2019 WLIC Session Program Announced

    IFLA - Thu, 02/05/2019 - 23:53

    The papers for the IFLA WLIC 2019 open session, Moving Beyond Traditional Collections and Services: Supporting Science in Innovative Ways, co-sponsored by the IFLA Science & Technology Section, Audio Visual & Multimedia Section and the Reference & Information Services Section have been selected and can be found below.

    Thank you so much to everyone who submitted paper proposals and for those speakers coming to share their research, knowledge, and experiences at the congress!


    The date and time for this session will be 08:30-10:30 on the morning of August 29. We look forward to seeing everyone in Athens August 24-30 at the 2019 IFLA World Library and Information Congress! (The early bird registration goes until May 15 – Register Here!)


    Now or never: Innovative tools and services for scientists @ TIB
    Margret Plank, Bastian Drees, Christian Hauschke, Angelina Kraft, Katrin Leinweber: German National Library of Science & Technology
    Hanover, Germany

    Integrating Access to Canadian Science Data: Building Data Reference Services, by Sharing Data Expertise Nationwide
    Peter Webster: Saint Mary's University
    Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Complementing Bibliometrics with Network Visualization to Support Scientific Spheres
    Nirmal Singh: Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University
    Ludhiana, Punjab, India 


    Conservation science, local community and a library in the Galapagos
    Edgardo Civallero: Charles Darwin Foundation Library
    Galapagos Islands, Ecuador 

    Researching Information in Engineering: Making and Reading as Two Sides of the Same Coin
    Venetia Kogkou: Technical Chamber of Greece
    Costas Bissas: University of the Aegean 


    Building Scienctific Thinking through Inquiry-Designed Research and Practice in School Libraries
    Jen Spisak and Karla Collins: Longwood University
    Farmville, Virginia, USA

    2018 EIFL Annual Report

    eifl licensing news - Thu, 02/05/2019 - 16:02

    We are pleased to announce the publication of our 2018 Annual Report, celebrating achievements of our programmes and projects during the year.

    Thank-you to everyone who worked with us in 2018.


    Read the online version of the Annual Report here.

    Download the low resolution PDF version of the Annual Report here.

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