12/18/07

Grants to IFLA 2008

Young librarians :Apply for Grants Application : More Information

World Library and Information Congress: 74th IFLA General Conference and Council"Libraries without borders: Navigating towards global understanding"
10-14 August 2008, Québec, Canada

Deadline for registration or application submission for 2008
31 January 2008.
The goals of Bibliomondialis are to promote and encourage the participation of delegates from developing countries in IFLA conferences, to increase participation in national and international library science seminars and to encourage and support research focusing on international library science issues.

Call for Poster PresentationsDeadline:13 February 2008
Call for Papers More info.

World Book Capital : Call for nominations 2010

World Book Capital :Call for nominations 2010
The Selection Committee for the World Book Capital is calling for nominations for the World Book Capital 2010. The complete applications, duly substantiated, including a cover or support letter from the mayor of the candidate-city and drafted in one of UNESCO’s official languages (French, English, Spanish, Russian, Arabic or Chinese), should reach UNESCO no later than Monday 31 March 2008.
Amsterdam named “World Book Capital 2008”
Amsterdam is the eighth city to be designated World Book Capital, after Madrid (2001), Alexandria (2002), New Delhi (2003), Antwerp (2004), Montreal (2005), Turin (2006) and Bogotá (2007).
World Book Capital City
Beirut named “World Book Capital 2009”
Beirut selected by UN cultural agency as 2009 World Book Capital

World Summit on the Information Society
Information Literacy for all
National Forum for Information Literacy.
Information Literacy is defined as the ability to know when there is a need for information, to be able to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively use that information for the issue or problem at hand.
The Campaign for the World's Libraries
There are three core messages to The Campaign for the World's Libraries, modeled after the messages of the U.S. campaign. They are:
Libraries are changing and dynamic places.
Libraries are places of opportunity.
Libraries bridge the world.

12/1/07

Intellectual Property Watch

Intellectual Property Watch UN Committee Questions CAFTA’s IP Provisions On Human Rights Grounds

11/25/07

Scholarships Asia and Oceania

Action for Development through Libraries Programme Core Activity (ALP)
Scholarships Asia and Oceania
IFLA/ALP Workshop : School of Information Management, New Zealand
The applications should be received at the latest, by 31 December each year. Selected candidates will be informed within three months of the closing date. Download Applications
More information about Asia and Oceania Section: Project/Publications/Annual Report of IFLA Asia and Oceania Section
The main objectives of the Section are to initiate, promote and facilitate the development of library and information services and the library profession within the five sub-regions of Asia and Oceania: West Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia and Oceania. The Section works in cooperation with the other Regional Sections and all of IFLA's Sections and Core Activities, especially the Action for Development through Libraries Programme.

11/11/07

IFLA Science & Technology Libraries Section

IFLA Science & Technology Libraries Section - Call for PapersThe World Library and Information Congress: 74th IFLA General Conference
and Council will be held in Qu้bec,/ /Canada,/ /10-15 August 2008. The
theme for the Conference is: "Libraries without borders: Navigating
towards global understanding". http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla74/index.htm .

The Science and Technology Libraries Section is planning a two-hour
program in Qu้bec and we invite you to submit an abstract for
presentation. The theme for our meeting is *"Science across Libraries:
**provision of science and technology information resources and services
in diverse settings"*.

Increasingly, information resources and services related to science and
technology are in demand by users beyond traditional contexts and with
varying levels of expertise and knowledge. A variety of libraries and
other information professionals are called upon to design innovative
approaches to meeting this demand. Complicating such efforts, however,
are issues related to science and technology literacy in the general
public, collection development and access issues, and other provision
and source related challenges. Moreover, trends in science and
technology, particularly those of global importance (such as global
warming, the ecological impact of globalization, or information
technology issues in developing countries) can increase demand of
certain resources and challenge the expertise of traditional librarians.

In addition to a keynote speaker, we are seeking three excellent papers
that address the issues surrounding and affecting the provision of
science and technology information resources and services in diverse
settings. Of particular interest are papers that represent perspectives
that will have relevance to an international audience.

Three papers will be selected for presentation. Proposals for papers must be submitted by *14 January 2008*. The proposal should include a title, a 200-400 word
abstract and relevant biographical information of author(s) / presenter(s). Successful proposals will be identified by *14 February 2008* and presenters will be notified.
The full paper is due by *1 May 2008*. We hope that Simultaneous Interpretation will be available for this session, but we strongly recommend that the presentation
slides should be in English, even if the presentation is delivered in one of the other official languages.

11/9/07

Academic Libraries Seminar in Thailand

การสัมมนาความร่วมมือห้องสมุดสถาบันอุดมศึกษา ครั้งที่ 25ณ มหาวิทยาลัยเทคโลโลยีสุรนารี
Knowledge Management 2007 Conference at Siam University
Thai Library Association Annual Conference, 18-21 December 2007

IFLA Health and Biosciences Libraries Section

World Library and Information Congress: 74th IFLA General Conference and Council
"Libraries without borders: Navigating towards global understanding"10-14 August 2008, Qu้bec, Canada

Call for Papers from IFLA Health and Biosciences Libraries Section for its Session

"The Role of Humanities in Medical Education and Patient Care"

IFLA's Health and Biosciences Section (http://www.ifla.org/VII/s28/index.htm) invites you to submit an abstract for a presentation on this theme for its Open Session at the World Library and Information Congress: 74th IFLA General Conference and Councilto be held 10-14 August 2008, Qu้bec, Canada (http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla74/index.htm)

Aim and Scope of the Session

The purpose of the Session is to explore the role humanities in medical education and patient care
and their implications for health sciences libraries.

The audience of this Session is likely to include health care professionals, educators, researchers and librarians.

The presentations that address the following issues are particularly welcome:

-.. does the use of literature, art, music, and philosophy in the context of patient care improve communications skills,
human understanding, and patient satisfaction care?
-.. examples of integration of humanities into medical curricula
-.. collection development and use of a humanities collection in a medical library
-.. practical considerations in building a humanities in medicine collection in a medical library
-.. library support of humanities in medicine education
-.. existing programs to address these issues
-.. other relevant topics will also be considered.

The delivery of each presentation is anticipated to be 20 minutes with 10 minutes for questions and answers.
The written version of the presentation should be made available prior to the session and these may be published on IFLANET.

Submission Guidelines

The proposals must be submitted in an electronic format and must contain

-.. Title of paper
-.. Authors of the paper
-.. Abstract or summary of the paper (200-400 maximum words)
-.. Speaker's name, address, professional affiliation, email address, biographical note (40 words)

Important Dates

January 30th 2008: Deadline for submission of abstracts
March 1st 2008: Notification of acceptance by the Review Committee of the Section
May 1st 2008 Deadline for submission of full text of the paper (4000 words maximum).

Please send an abstract of 200-400 words in your proposed paper, full contact details and a short CV
to Pไivi Pekkarinen paivi.pekkarinen@helsinki.fi and copies to Kate Oliver koliver@jhmi.edu and
to Heather Todd h.todd@library.uq.edu.au by January 30th 2008
Regrettably IFLA's Sections do not have funds available to pay for speakers' expenses, although there may be limited funding available through other IFLA channels, especially for people from developing countries http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla73/satellite2call-en.htm .

11/8/07

IFLA Information Technology Section

CALL FOR PAPERS
IFLA Information Technology Section
4th World Library and Information Congress, Quebec City, Canada, 10 -14 August 2008

THE CONFERENCE
The IFLA annual congress provides an opportunity to present library research and outcomes in Information Technology and Innovation in a multi-disciplinary international forum. The IFLA Information Technology Section invites technologists, librarians and other interested parties working in the field of library systems to submit proposals for papers in a 2-hour session in Quebec.
SESSION THEME

Enabling access to the global library - Small is Beautiful: Distributed deployment of library services for small and special libraries.
THE TOPIC

Open Source, distributed services delivery, web services and smart clients provide new paradigms for delivery of library services technology to small and special libraries. In keeping with the theme of the 74th World Library and Information Congress, "Libraries without borders: navigating toward global understanding" , we invite papers that showcase:

successful models for information technology innovation and service delivery to special libraries (e.g. Digital Libraries)
give demonstrations of how technology innovation is changing paradigms for technology delivery to small and special libraries (e.g. web services, smart clients, mash-ups, library 2.0 delivery, integration of web 2.0 in catalog services)
present case studies in open source application deployment that enhances interoperability between a diverse range of libraries.

SUBMISSIONS
The deadline for submitting a detailed, abstract (500 words) and full author details is 30 January 2008. Selection of papers is based on the abstract, and presenters will be notified by 1 March 2008 at the latest whether they have been successful
The full paper is due on 15 May 2008 and must be an original submission not published elsewhere
All submissions should be sent to Alenka Kavcic-Colic, Secretary of the Information Technology Section, e-mail: alenka.kavcic@nuk.uni-lj.si.
Both abstracts and full papers should be submitted as a MS Word file by e-mail; fax or post should be used only as a last resort
Papers should be of up to 4000 words
Papers should be in English with an abstract, and the presenter must be fluent in English
20 minutes will be allowed for a summary delivery of the paper in the Conference
The author(s) should indicate his/her personal full contact details and include a summary curriculum vitae with the paper. Also, a digital photograph would be useful.


Invited are the following types of contributions: papers, research studies and reports on practices and advances that will be presented at the conference and included on the conference Web site.
Reinhard Altenh๖ner

Chair: Information Technology Standing Committee

E-mail: R.Altenhoener@d-nb.de

The abstracts will be reviewed by members of the Information Technology Section's Standing Committee.

15-20 minutes will be allowed for a summary delivery of the paper during the Section's open programme in Quebec.

Selected papers can be nominated by the committee for inclusion in the IFLA Congress Journal.

An International Training Program on "INFORMATION":STIMULATE

An International Training Program on "INFORMATION":STIMULATE

Scientific and Technological Information
Management in Universities and Libraries:
an Active Training Environment
(Edition 8)
Announcement
Information about this training program can be found on the WWW starting from:
http://www.vub.ac.be/BIBLIO/itp/
The program is planned to take place mainly in Brussels, Belgium, for 3 months:
October 1 - December 19, 2008.
Language used is English.
Our motto is
"Helping educators and innovators to advance knowledge and to enrich lives"

11/2/07

IFLA Government Information and Official Publications Section

Call for Papers – IFLA Government Information and Official Publications Section (GIOPS)
The Government Information and Official Publications Section invites submissions for its programme for the 74th International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) World Library and Information Congress 10-14 August 2008 to be held in Qu้bec, Canada ( http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla74/index.htm). In keeping with the IFLA conference theme, "Libraries without borders: Navigating towards global understanding", the GIOPS sub-theme is "Globalization of government information: creating digital archives for increased access".
Government, non-governmental and intergovernmental knowledge resources play an important role in our global society. Increasingly these resources are either born digital or are being digitized for enhanced access by people everywhere. Governments at many levels, institutions, non-governmental and international organizations, and individuals are collaborating locally, nationally, regionally and internationally to make these resources available digitally and to ensure that they are properly preserved and archived for sustained use by future generations.

Submissions are invited which discuss collaborative digitization projects that make available historical or current official and/or government resources. Topics covered might include the project’s development, content and content management, use of and adherence to digitization standards and benefits to a globalizing world. Submissions of a more theoretical approach will also be considered.

Four papers will be selected for presentation. Proposals for papers must be submitted by 15 January 2008 to Alice Ramohlola ( Alice.Ramohlola@wits.ac.za) with copies to Irja Peltonen (Irja.Peltonen@vm.fi), Jackie Druery, (drueryj@queensu.ca) and Marcy Allen, (mallen@psu.edu). The proposal should include a title, 200-400 word abstract and relevant biographical information of author(s)/presenter(s). Successful proposals will be identified by 15 February 2008 and presenters notified. The full paper is due by 15 April 2008. Please note that all fees, including registration for the conference, travel, accommodation, etc. are the responsibility of the author(s) of accepted papers. For additional information, please contact any of the above.

Jackie Druery
Head, Learning & Research Services
Joseph S. Stauffer Library
Queen's University
Kingston, ON
K7L 5C4
(613) 533-3309
drueryj@post.queensu.ca

10/31/07

IFLA Acquisition and Collection Development Section

Call for Papers
IFLA Acquisition and Collection Development Section
Division of Collections and Services

74th World Library and Information Congress, Quebec City, Canada, 10-14
August 2008

*Session Theme: "In and Out (of Copyright): Contrasting Perspectives on
Digitization of Library Collections
"

The IFLA Acquisition and Collection Development Section invites
librarians and other interested parties to submit proposals for papers
for the Section's two hour Open Programme during the Quebec Congress.

A broad range of initiatives are underway in the library and information
community focusing on digitization of print collections, including
materials both in and out of copyright. We invite papers that present
contrasting views, from participating libraries or organizations, of
these various digitization efforts. We are interested in learning about
the opportunities that are presented and the challenges that have arisen
in participating libraries and organizations.

Please send a detailed abstract (1 page or at least 300 words) of the
proposed paper (must not have been published elsewhere) and relevant
biographical information for the author(s)/presenter(s) _by 1 February
2008_ via email to:*

*Lynn Sipe (Mr.)
Chair, IFLA Acquisition and Collection Development Section
Standing Committee
Collection Development Coordinator
USC Libraries
University of Southern California
WAH B4D
Los Angeles, California 90089-0294
Tel: (213)740-2929 Fax: (213)740-3148
e-mail: lsipe@usc.edu*

*The abstracts will be reviewed by members of the Acquisition and
Collection Development Section's Standing Committee. Successful
proposals will be identified by 22 February 2008. Full papers will be
due by 15 May 2008. Papers should be no longer than 20 pages. A maximum
of 20 minutes will be allowed for a summary delivery of the paper during
the Section's Open Programme in Quebec.

10/30/07

The World Library & Information Congress/ IFLA General Conference Qu้bec, Canada, August 10-15, 2008

The World Library & Information Congress/ IFLA General Conference Qu้bec, Canada, August 10-15, 2008
Call for Papers and Panelists Management of Library Associations Section with Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning Section and Action for Development through Libraries Programme

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Session Theme: LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND ADVOCACY FOR LIBRARIES : BEST PRACTICES IN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT
This programme is a collaboration between the Management of Library Association Section (MLAS), the Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning Section (CPDWL) and the Action for Development through Libraries Programme (ALP).

GLOBAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM – GLAD was developed by the Management of Library Association Section (MLAS) and received the approval of IFLA Governing Board in 2006 as a strategic initiative.

The objective of the GLAD Programme is to help to develop a set of skills relating to Library Association Management in order to strengthen the pool of qualified personnel who will potentially manage Library Associations at the local level. This in turn will help to strengthen the pool of potential candidates from which IFLA can draw for leadership positions within the Association.

MLAS, CPDWL and ALP share the mission of the GLAD Programme : to strenghten the management of library associations in order to make associations stronger players in the development of libraries and thus in the development of societies in all parts of the world. This to be achieved through continuous training and development of information professionals.

The World Library & Information Congress/ IFLA General Conference takes place in Qu้bec, Canada, August 10-15, 2008. The overall conference theme is "Libraries without borders: Navigating towards global understanding". As part of the conference program the MLAS, CPDWL and ALP will host a one day session entitled “Leadership skills and advocacy for libraries : best practices in library association management” consisting of
Part 1: presentations and,
Part 2: interactive discussion focused on Library Association Management techniques and principles like leadership skills and advocacy for libraries.

The programme is envisioned as having presentations in the morning with invited speakers allocated 20 minutes presentation time after which there will be 10 minutes of discussion. The afternoon session will take the form of interactive round-table sessions in the afternoon devoted to discussion of problems and solutions.

LIS educators and practitioners are invited to submit proposals for presentations and roundtable sessions that provide practical information which will enhance the ability of participants to become successful Library Association Managers and Leaders. We plan to present best practices from each of the three IFLA regions of Africa, Latin America-Caribbian and Asia–Oceania where ALP has supported succesful projects or actions.

Proposals may focus on, but are not limited to:

best practices of working in the political arena and in advocacy

best practices of management of library associations

strategic planning

financial management and reporting

communication and presentation skills

business case writing

mentoring

general leadership skills targeted at all levels – beginners, intermediate, advanced, and executive rank

If interested, please send a one-page abstract on one of the topics mentioned above or any other topic which is in keeping with the objective of the workshop. Include a short biography on the author and a digital photo if available.

Your abstract must be submitted by 15 December 2007 to:
Sinikka Sipilae, MLAS Section
E-mail: sinikka.sipila@fla.fi and
Sylvia Piggott, CPDWL Section
E-mail: spiggott@sympatico.ca

The abstracts will be reviewed by members of MLAS and CPDWL standing committees and by the ALP Office. Successful applicants will be notified by end of February 2008.
Full papers will be due on 1 May 2008 to allow time for review of papers and translations. Papers should not be longer than 20 pages. A maximum of 20 minutes will be allowed for a presentation or summary of the paper during the Sections program in the Conference.

All the abstracts must be in English. Papers can be presented during the Conference in any IFLA working language (English, French, German, Russian, Spanish), but the interactive round-table sessions in the afternoon should be in English only.

Information on the author should include name, contact details, affiliations (home institution, professional memberships, etc) and a brief statement of experience and expertise related to the themes of this conference program.

Please note that the expenses of attending the Quebec conference will be the responsibility of the author(s)/presenter(s) of accepted papers.

Exception : ALP would support one participant from each of the three IFLA regions presenting an accepted paper. Please contact ALP re this offer at ifla.alp@ub.uu.se.

IFLA Library Theory and Research Section for IFLA 2008

CALL FOR PAPERS from the IFLA Library Theory and Research Section for IFLA 2008(10-14 August 2008, Qu้bec, Canada)

THEME: Theoretical Approaches to Research on Libraries as Space and Place
Libraries as space and place have become an important research topic
within library and information science. How can libraries develop into
places promoting community, knowledge sharing, citizenship, confidence
and trust? Such research questions are relevant for public libraries
as well as for academic, government and special libraries, and they
are relevant for digital libraries as well as physical libraries. At
its session in Quebec, the IFLA section on Library Theory and Research
will focus upon research on libraries as space and place. In
particular, we want to examine theoretical approaches when doing
research on this issue, e.g. theories on the public sphere, concepts
and approaches related to social capital, approaches from knowledge
management such as communities of practice, the concept of ?The Third
Place,? etc. Papers discussing the fruitfulness of different
theoretical approaches when researching this topic in general or when
doing research on libraries as space and place in particular contexts,
e.g an academic context or a local community context, are welcomed.
Abstracts in English or French although any IFLA approved language are
welcome. However, availability of simultaneous interpretation into
other IFLA languages may not be possible. Every effort will be made to
provide simultaneous interpretation, or to provide a translation of
the paper for the presentation. The abstracts should amount to
approximately 500 words and should be sent no later than 30 January
2008 to Marydee Ojala (Marydee@xmission.com). Decision on acceptance
of proposals will be made by March 1st. Papers accepted will be due no
later than May 15th.

Please note that all expenses, including registration for the
conference, travel, accommodation etc., are the responsibility of the
authors of the accepted papers.

Digital Futures: from digitization to delivery

Digital Futures: from digitization to delivery
7th - 11th April 2008, London, UK.

King's College London is pleased to announce the
Digital Futures 5-day training event for 2008.
http://www.digitalconsultancy.net/digifutures/
Led by experts of international renown, Digital
Futures focuses on the development, delivery and
preservation of digital resources from cultural
and memory institutions. Lasting five days,
Digital Futures is aimed at managers and other
practitioners from the library, museum, heritage
and cultural sectors looking to understand the
strategic and management issues of developing
digital resources from digitisation to delivery.

Digital Futures will cover the following core areas:
- Planning and management
- Fund raising and sustainability
- Copyright and IPR
- Visual and image based resource development and delivery
- Metadata - introduction and implementation
- Implementing digital resources
- Digital preservation

There will be visits to 2 institutions, which had
previously included the National Gallery, the
National Archives and the Imperial War Museum.
The agenda is here:
http://www.digitalconsultancy.net/digifutures/digiprog.htm

Digital Futures aims for no more than 25-30
delegates and every delegate will have the
opportunity to also spend one-to-one time with a
Digital Futures leader to discuss issues specific to them.

Digital Futures will issue a certificate of achievement to each delegate.

The Digital Futures leaders are:
Simon Tanner - Director of King's Digital
Consultancy Services, King's College London
Tom Clareson - Program Director for New Initiatives, PALINET.
Other experts will be invited to speak in their areas of expertise.

What past delegates say about Digital Futures:
- "Excellent - I would recommend DF to anyone
anticipating a digitization program"
- "I was very pleased. The team was exceptionally
knowledgeable, friendly and personable."
- "Excellent, informative and enjoyable. Thank you."
- "Thanks, it has been an invaluable experience."
- "A really useful course and great fun too!"

Cost: ฃ770 (VAT not charged, excludes accommodation)
Venue: King's College London, London
Dates: 7th - 11th April 2008

To register, go here:http://www.digitalconsultancy.net/digifutures/digireg.htm
The Digital Futures is run by King's Digital
Consultancy Services and the Centre for Computing
in the Humanities, King's College London working
in co-operation with PALINET, USA.
www.digitalconsultancy.net

10/29/07

Fund Small Grants Program for Locally-Based Organizations

Women’s Issues Fund Small Grants Program for Locally-Based Organizations Call for ProposalsThe United States Department of State and the American Embassy are accepting applications for grants from Thai non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Voluntary Private Organizations (VPOs) and other non-profit organizations to be awarded under the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affair’s Women’s Issues Fund. Proposals should be used to support projects that enhance political participation and/or foster economic independence for women, particularly in countries and sub-regions where poverty and lack of political voice leave women most vulnerable to significant exploitation, including those that are key points of origin for trafficked women. Click here for more information on the Women's Issues Small Grants Program. Download

Invitation for Young Thai Librarians to apply for scholarships

Scholarships Asia and Oceania
Middle level professionals and technical specialists (computing staff) working in libraries in libraries/information centres in Asia and Oceania may apply. The candidates must be less than 46 years old. They must have an undergraduate degree and basic IT Skills. The scholarship will enable the recipient to gain experience and hands-on exposure in a professionally advanced environment at a recognized institution in Asia and Oceania. The scholarship period will not exceed six weeks.
Closing date
The applications should be received at the latest, by 31 December each year. Selected candidates will be informed within three months of the closing date. Download Application Form
Address
Please send you application to the IFLA Regional Office: Ms. Tan Keat Fong
Regional Manager IFLA Regional Office for Asia and Oceania
c/o National Library Board
Singapore
Postal & Visiting Address:
100 Victoria Street
Singapore 188064
Singapore
Tel: +(65) 6332 3347
Fax: +(65) 6332 3616
E-mail: keatfong@nlb.gov.sg

10/26/07

International Copyright Symposium 21- 22 April 2008

International Copyright Symposium 21- 22 April 2008
The Book in the Internet Era: Copyright and the Future for Authors, Publishers and Libraries.

Amsterdam will be World Book Capital from the 23rd of April 2008 to the 22nd of April 2009. UNESCO honoured the Dutch capital with this title in recognition of the programme organised by the professional Dutch book sector and literary world, thus ensuring broad support. The international symposium The Book in the Internet Era: Copyright and the Future for Authors, Publishers and Libraries will take place on the eve of this exceptional year-long event.

The origins of copyright can be derived from the authorโ€™s right to be recognised as a maker of an original work, and to reap the financial benefits of his creation. Over time however, copyright seems to have become much less of a matter for individual makers and much more an aspect of business within the knowledge and information industry, comprising a whole range of institutions, from universities to Hollywood studios and from libraries to television stations. The economic significance of copyright has therefore increased enormously. Recently, digital developments have brought about fundamental changes for all those involved in the publishing chain, from the author, via the publisher and intermediary to the reader or viewer. This transformation process continues apace.

In view of these significant developments, the Dutch Publishers Association (Nederlands Uitgeversverbond, NUV) the Dutch Writers Guild (Vereniging van Letterkundigen, VvL), the Netherlands Library Forum (FOBID), and the Dutch Foundation for Copyright Promotion (Stichting Auteursrechtmanifestaties, STAM) have taken the initiative to explore specific issues regarding the consequences of digital developments for copyright.

Subdivided into three sessions, the symposium will shed light on this problematic area from the viewpoint of three parties involved in the process: the author, the publisher and the library. The symposium will thus try to interconnect all book related sectors, while underpinning public awareness and interest in copyright.

The guest speakers at this symposium include, among others, Dr. Ernst Hirsch Ballin, Dutch Minister of Justice, Paul Goldstein (Professor of Law at Stanford University), Richard Charkin (Executive Director of Bloomsbury) and James Boyle (Professor of Law at Duke University).
The venue for the symposium is Amsterdamโ€™s new Public Library (next to Amsterdam Central Station) and the official language is English.

The fee for the two-day programme is โ‚ฌ 350,-, including lunch. Amsterdam World Book Capital has negotiated reduced rates at several hotels in Amsterdam. You will soon be able to book these hotels via our website.

Authors and guests from economically disadvantaged countries are entitled to a specially reduced fee.

For the provisional programme, see our website www.amsterdamworldbookcapital.com

10/25/07

IFLA International Newspaper Conference 2008

IFLA International Newspaper Conference 2008- Old Issues, New Issues: Impact of Digital Technology upon Contemporary and Historic Newspapers

1 - 3 April 2008, National Library of Singapore

Want to share collective knowledge about how libraries can tackle the dual challenges of preserving printed newspapers and responding to the changes that new technologies bring on to managing both printed and online (born digital) newspapers?

We invite you to register and submit a short proposal for a presentation on the IFLA International Newspaper Conference theme - Old Issues, New Issues: Impact of Digital Technology upon Contemporary and Historic Newspapers. The Conference will focus on the rapid advancements of digital technologies affecting the various aspects relating to newspapers in libraries and archives, and will be held at the National Library of Singapore from 1 to 3 April 2008.

The IFLA International Newspaper Conference 2008 is co-organised by the National Library of Singapore, the IFLA Newspapers Section and IFLA Core Activity on Preservation and Conservation (PAC).

Call for Papers

There will be 3 tracks of presentations that highlight a particular aspect or issue related to newspapers:

Physical and Digital Preservation of Newspapers
Service and Access Models of Southeast Asian Newspapers
Online Newspapers
Abstract submission deadline: 22 October 2007 (deadline extended)
Full paper submission deadline: 31 December 2007

Click here to view details for submission

Online Registration
Register by 31 December 2007 to enjoy a discount on the conference fees.

Download registration form and submit the form via email or fax.


Early bird conference fees (registration on/by 31 Dec 2007): S$100.00

Conference fees (registration after 31 Dec 2007): S$120.00

Visit http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/newspaper_conf08/ for more information on the conference. For general enquiries email: IFLA_newspaper@nlb.gov.sg

The World Library & Information Congress

The World Library & Information Congress/ IFLA General Conference Qu้bec, Canada, August 10-15, 2008Call for Papers and Panelists
Management of Library Associations Section with Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning Section and Action for Development through Libraries Programme

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Session Theme: LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND ADVOCACY FOR LIBRARIES : BEST PRACTICES IN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT


This programme is a collaboration between the Management of Library Association Section (MLAS), the Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning Section (CPDWL) and the Action for Development through Libraries Programme (ALP).

GLOBAL LIBRARY ASSOCIATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM – GLAD was developed by the Management of Library Association Section (MLAS) and received the approval of IFLA Governing Board in 2006 as a strategic initiative.

The objective of the GLAD Programme is to help to develop a set of skills relating to Library Association Management in order to strengthen the pool of qualified personnel who will potentially manage Library Associations at the local level. This in turn will help to strengthen the pool of potential candidates from which IFLA can draw for leadership positions within the Association.

MLAS, CPDWL and ALP share the mission of the GLAD Programme : to strenghten the management of library associations in order to make associations stronger players in the development of libraries and thus in the development of societies in all parts of the world. This to be achieved through continuous training and development of information professionals.

The World Library & Information Congress/ IFLA General Conference takes place in Qu้bec, Canada, August 10-15, 2008. The overall conference theme is "Libraries without borders: Navigating towards global understanding". As part of the conference program the MLAS, CPDWL and ALP will host a one day session entitled “Leadership skills and advocacy for libraries : best practices in library association management” consisting of
Part 1: presentations and,
Part 2: interactive discussion focused on Library Association Management techniques and principles like leadership skills and advocacy for libraries.

The programme is envisioned as having presentations in the morning with invited speakers allocated 20 minutes presentation time after which there will be 10 minutes of discussion. The afternoon session will take the form of interactive round-table sessions in the afternoon devoted to discussion of problems and solutions.

LIS educators and practitioners are invited to submit proposals for presentations and roundtable sessions that provide practical information which will enhance the ability of participants to become successful Library Association Managers and Leaders. We plan to present best practices from each of the three IFLA regions of Africa, Latin America-Caribbian and Asia–Oceania where ALP has supported succesful projects or actions.

Proposals may focus on, but are not limited to:

best practices of working in the political arena and in advocacy

best practices of management of library associations

strategic planning

financial management and reporting

communication and presentation skills

business case writing

mentoring

general leadership skills targeted at all levels – beginners, intermediate, advanced, and executive rank

If interested, please send a one-page abstract on one of the topics mentioned above or any other topic which is in keeping with the objective of the workshop. Include a short biography on the author and a digital photo if available.

Your abstract must be submitted by 15 December 2007 to:
Sinikka Sipilae, MLAS Section
E-mail: sinikka.sipila@fla.fi and
Sylvia Piggott, CPDWL Section
E-mail: spiggott@sympatico.ca

The abstracts will be reviewed by members of MLAS and CPDWL standing committees and by the ALP Office. Successful applicants will be notified by end of February 2008.
Full papers will be due on 1 May 2008 to allow time for review of papers and translations. Papers should not be longer than 20 pages. A maximum of 20 minutes will be allowed for a presentation or summary of the paper during the Sections program in the Conference.

All the abstracts must be in English. Papers can be presented during the Conference in any IFLA working language (English, French, German, Russian, Spanish), but the interactive round-table sessions in the afternoon should be in English only.
Information on the author should include name, contact details, affiliations (home institution, professional memberships, etc) and a brief statement of experience and expertise related to the themes of this conference program.

Please note that the expenses of attending the Quebec conference will be the responsibility of the author(s)/presenter(s) of accepted papers.
Exception : ALP would support one participant from each of the three IFLA regions presenting an accepted paper. Please contact ALP re this offer at ifla.alp@ub.uu.se.

10/18/07

Thai Library Association Conference 2007

Thai Library Association Conference 2007 18-21 December 2007
Information Literacy for All: Learning for Sufficient Economic Society

IFLA Fellowships, Funds, Grants and Awards

IFLA Fellowships, Funds, Grants and Awards
IFLA Asia and Oceania Section
Action for Development through Libraries Programme Core Activity (ALP)
Scholarships Asia and Oceania
Closing date
The applications should be received at the latest, by 31 December each year. Selected candidates will be informed within three months of the closing date.
Please send you application to the IFLA Regional Office: Ms. Tan Keat Fong
Regional Manager IFLA Regional Office for Asia and Oceania
c/o National Library Board
Singapore
Postal & Visiting Address:
100 Victoria Street
Singapore 188064
Singapore
Tel: +(65) 6332 3347
Fax: +(65) 6332 3616
E-mail: keatfong@nlb.gov.sg

Visual Resources Association Conference - Travel Awards

Visual Resources Association Conference - Travel Awards

2008 San Diego, California

March 12 – 16, 2008
I am happy to announce the Travel Awards for attendance at the 2008
conference in San Diego, CA, March 12-16. Again we are announcing the
2008 awards earlier than in the past, with an earlier deadline for
submission. Our goal with this last year was to be able to inform the
recipients much sooner, who in turn can register and get in to workshops
and other events that may fill up early. The new deadline for receipt of
applications will be Wednesday, November 14, 2007 (5pm Pacific Time).
Recipients will be informed no later than Wednesday, November 28, 2007.

A preliminary conference schedule with a listing of most workshops and
sessions will be posted very soon at http://vraweb.org/conferences/index.html
This information will be supplemented as things are confirmed, so please
check back regularly. Basic conference cost information is already
available to help with planning:

Pre-registration costs: $195 for members
Room rates (at conference hotel): $189 for single or double occupancy,
$209 for triple, $229 for quadruple

This year there will be nine awards of $750 available (6 Tansey Fund
awards, two corporate sponsored awards from Archivision and Gallery Systems, and the Kathe Hicks Albrecht award). In addition, there are two corporate sponsored awards of $1,000 each for international members from Davis Art Images and Saskia, Ltd. as well as Top-Up Awards. These are for applicants with some funding but who need to supplement it - the awards range from $250 to $500. A huge thank-you goes out to all our Corporate Sponsors and to

Kathe Albrecht for their support of this program!

The application form will again be available in the MemberClicks section
of the VRA website. Before you apply, please read "Types of Travel
Awards", "Travel Award Rules and Guidelines", and "Tips for VRA Travel
Awards Applicants", all linked here as PDFs:
http://www.vraweb.org/organization/committees/travel/index.html

Two notes about eligibility: you must be a VRA member to apply, and you
cannot have won a VRA Travel Award in the last three years (2005-2007).
International members (anyone based outside the US) are strongly
encouraged to apply as we now have two awards of $1,000 available.

Stay tuned and watch VRA-L and the VRA website for further details
about the conference and posting of related documents. Please email if
you have any questions not answered by the documents noted above.

Best wishes,
Jackie Spafford
Chair
VRA Travel Awards Committee

About The Visual Resources Association:
VRA is a multi-disciplinary organization dedicated to furthering research and education in the field of image management within the educational, cultural heritage, and commercial environments. The Association is committed to providing leadership in the visual resources field, developing and advocating standards, and offering educational tools and opportunities for the benefit of the community at large. The VRA implements these goals through publication programs and educational activities.

The Association offers a forum for issues of vital concern to the field, including: preservation of and access to digital and analog images of visual culture; cataloging and classification standards and practices; integration of technology-based instruction and research; intellectual property policy; and other topics of interest to the field.

Through collaboration, partnership, and outreach with the broader information management and educational communities, the Association actively supports the primacy of visual information in documenting and understanding humanity's shared cultural experience.



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Jacqueline Spafford
Visual Resources Curator, Department of History of Art and Architecture
University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-7080
Work phone: 805-893-2509 Fax: 805-893-7117




Posted by:

Jacqueline Allen
The Mildred R. and Frederick M. Mayer
Director of Libraries and Imaging Services
Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N. Harwood
Dallas, TX 75201
T 214/922-1276
F 214/954-0174
jallen@DallasMuseumofArt.org
www.DallasMuseumofArt.org

Library Research Round Table, Past-Chair 2007-2008

Joan Stein, Chair, Ingenta Award Jury 2007-2008

Library Research Round Table, Past-Chair 2007-2008
Ingenta Research Award

Purpose
The Ingenta Research Award is given annually by the Library Research Round Table of the American Library Association to support research projects about acquisition, use, and preservation of digital information.
Example areas of research include:
* The analysis of online journal usage data to develop conclusions and predictive models which may be used by libraries and publishers in determining future behavior

* An investigation of the issues surrounding institutional archiving, particularly costs, preservation and securing the participation of faculty

* A study of information seeking behavior of readers and/or authors

* The development of future models for verifying the relative usefulness of publications

Other topics related to digital publications will also be considered.



Eligibility



Applications are welcome from practicing librarians, faculty and students at schools of library and information science, and independent scholars.

Criteria



The Ingenta Award Jury will evaluate applications on the basis of the following

criteria:



1. Appropriateness of the proposed project to understanding of seeking and use of digital information.

2. Significance of the problem.

3. Design of the study.

4. Qualifications of the investigator(s).

5. Realism of the timetable.



Amount



The grant consists of up to $6,000 for research and up to $1,000 for travel to a national or international conference to present the results of the research. Expenditures must directly support research; the award does not cover indirect costs or overhead. Half of the research amount will be paid within one month of the selection of the awardee; the remaining half will be provided approximately six months later upon the receipt of a satisfactory progress report as determined by the Ingenta Award Jury Chair and the ALA staff liaison to the Ingenta Award Jury.

How to apply



Send:

1. Proposal of no more than 6 double-spaced pages that provides

1. overall statement of the project

2. relation of the project to previous research

3. research questions

4. method/plan of investigation

5. timetable for the work

6. significance of the project

7. plan to disseminate the results

2. Budget (1 page)

3. Curriculum vitae (2 pages)



Deadline



All submissions must reach the ALA address on or before Thursday, January 31, 2008.

You will receive confirmation via e-mail within two days.

Before Thursday, January 31, 2008, email the Proposal, budget and curriculum vitae

to:



Letitia Earvin

American Library Association

50 East Huron Street

Chicago, IL 60611

Phone: (800) 545-2433, ext. 1-4274

Fax: (312)280-4392

E-mail: learvin@ala.org



If email attachments are not possible, applicants must send nine (9) printed copies to the address above and they must be received by Thursday, January 31, 2008.



Obligations



Authors retain the right to present and publish their findings where they choose. Ingenta reserves the right to post an abstract about the project on their website.



If you are interested in applying for this award, please consult:

http://www.ala.org/ala/ors/orsawards/ingentaresearchaward/ingentaresaward.htm

and read the following for more information:



* Schedule and Procedures

* 6-Month Report

* Final Report

Listing of previous Ingenta Research Award Recipients

International Conference on Libraries from a Human Rights Perspective

International Conference on Libraries from a Human Rights Perspective

Ramallah - Palestine 31 March - 2 April 2008

This conference –organized by RCHRS in cooperation with IFLA- will
highlight the importance of achieving human rights related to library work
and these rights include: freedom of expression, freedom of access to
information, tolerance, acceptance of the other, respect of diversity and
cultural rights. When examining these rights, it looks very obvious that
all of them are direct to library missions and without raising awareness of
these rights inside libraries, the latter will not be able to provide
services that respect human development needs.

For more info, please visit http://www.rchrs.ps

LIBRARIES IN THE DIGITAL AGE (LIDA) 2008

LIBRARIES IN THE DIGITAL AGE (LIDA) 2008
Dubrovnik and Mljet, Croatia
2-7 June 2008
Inter-University Centre (http://www.iuc.hr/ )
Don Ivana Bulica 4, 20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia, and
Hotel Odisej, island Mljet, Pomena, Croatia (http://www.hotelodisej.hr)
Web site: http://www.ffos.hr/lida/
Email: lida@ffos.hr

The annual international conference and course Libraries in the Digital
Age (LIDA) addresses the changing and challenging environment for
libraries and information systems and services in the digital world. Since
its inception in 2000, LIDA has emphasized the examination of contemporary
problems, intriguing advances, innovative approaches and solutions. Each
year a different and ‘hot’ theme is addressed, divided in two parts; the
first part covers research and development and the second part addresses
advances in applications and practice. LIDA brings together researchers,
educators, practitioners, and developers from all over the world in a
forum for personal exchanges, discussions, and learning, made easier by
being held in memorable locations.

Themes LIDA 2008
Part I: Education and training in digital libraries

In a relatively short period of time, spanning less than two decades or
so, digital libraries became a global phenomenon, characterized by an
accelerated, explosive growth. Digital libraries are a subject of great
many activities worldwide. These include diverse practical applications,
research and development (R&D) on many fronts, continuing innovation,
policy formulations, management changes, and more. A number of fields are
involved, among the most prominent being information science,
librarianship, and computer science.
Considerable and rapidly growing amounts of funds are spent on practical
applications in building and operating a variety of digital library
collections, components and service and on R&D in digital libraries. Many
commercial enterprises are providing digital resources and software for
digital libraries. This all creates demands for well educated and trained
professionals in these areas.
However, the education and training for digital libraries is most often
based on apprentiship and practical courses and conferences without
receiving the same attention (and resources) of digital libraries
applications and other areas mentioned. A number of institutions are
teaching digital libraries modules and courses, or beginning to, and
struggling with this relatively new and volatile educational area. Many
practitioners are finding it hard to learn more and to keep up.
The goal of the first part of LIDA 2008 is to explore efforts, concepts
and ideas related to education and training of professionals, dealing with
the academic quality standards and practical training requirements for
digital libraries and in variety of fields and contexts related to
knowledge, values and skills needed for digital librarians. The general
aim is to help further development of current efforts, as well as
development of frameworks within which diverse efforts could be compared,
evaluated, and improved.

Contributions are invited covering the following topics (types described
below):
•knowledge, values and skills of the digital librarian to be reflected in
educational offerings
•conceptual frameworks and methodological approaches to digital library
education
•instructional design, development, and evaluation of programs of study
and specialization for digital librarians in a variety of schools and on
different levels – existing and proposed
•convergence and place of digital library education in broader curricula
of library and information science, computer science, and other fields;
impact of digital library education on other parts of the curriculum
•examples of good practices of specific courses (or sequence of
courses)and programs related to various aspects of digital libraries and
digital library technology; examples of various modes of delivery
•continuing education and training in digital libraries oriented toward
practicing professionals
•student evaluation of digital library education, as well as expectations
and perceptions of professionals in continuing education courses and
efforts
•international aspects and cooperative opportunities in digital library
education
•benchmarking and evaluation of educational and training programs in
digital libraries
•cultural and social elements in digital library education.

Part II: Reference in digital environments

As access to electronic information through library Web pages has
proliferated in recent years, an increasing number of libraries have added
digital reference assistance to their list of user services. E-mail
reference has become an expected venue for asking reference questions,
having been included among the suite of information services for over 20
years. Live chat reference services are relatively new-comers, but have
already been successfully operating for over 10 years. Information seekers
are increasingly turning to virtual reference (also known as digital
reference) for the anonymity and convenience of remote access and for the
extended hours of operation, since many services operate 24/7/365. An
increasing number of libraries and information centers are now
experimenting with Instant Messaging, Text Messaging (SMS), and other
emerging modes for offering reference services to increasingly tech savvy
library users. Web 2.0 applications are opening new vistas for digital
library services including reference blogs and wikis. Digital reference
desks are appearing in virtual worlds such as Second Life. Although the
proliferation of these alternative methods for service delivery highlights
the need for research focused on understanding users and staff behavior
and impact on issues of satisfaction and success, their assessment poses
new challenges for researchers.

The goal of the second part of LIDA 2008 is to explore the totality of the
virtual reference environment (including live chat, e-mail, IM, and Web
2.0 reference initiatives) and its relationship to digital libraries.
Special attention will be on the evaluation of virtual reference services
from a variety of research perspectives and approaches. The general aim is
to concentrate on scholarship that increases our understanding of the
needs, interests, and experiences of users as well as
librarians/information providers in the context of virtual reference.

Invited are contributions (types described below) covering the following
topics:
•evaluation of various modes of digital library services
•application of theories and models in study of users and use of virtual
reference
•application of theories and user information needs assessments for design
and development of digital reference systems
•assessment of the decision making process for users who choose virtual
reference over other modes (e.g., face-to-face, phone)
•advantages and disadvantages of different virtual reference modes •the
role of knowledge databases in digital reference
•sustainability and cost-effectiveness of virtual reference services
•evaluation of virtual reference consortia and comparison of service
models
•benchmarking service quality and development of evaluation standards in
virtual reference
•evaluation of advantages and disadvantages of different virtual reference
modes
•assessment of the quality of interpersonal communication in virtual
reference
•studies of accuracy and efficiency in virtual reference
•explorations of question negotiation in virtual environments
•issues in archiving digital reference questions.

Types of contributions

Invited are the following types of contributions:
1. Papers: research studies and reports on practices and advances that
will be presented at the conference and included on the conference Web
site. Papers of up to 4000 words in length should be submitted, following
the American Psychological Association (APA) style, followed, among
others, by the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and
Technology (JASIST) and Information Processing & Management (IP&M). The
papers will be refereed. All accepted contributions will be published in
on-line proceedings, as well as provided in the conference kit.
2. Posters: short graphic presentations on research, studies, advances,
examples, practices, or preliminary work that will be presented in a
special poster session. Awards will be given for Best Poster and Best
Student Poster. Proposals for posters should be submitted as a short, one
or two- page paper.
3. Demonstrations: live examples of working projects, services,
interfaces, commercial products, or developments-in-progress that will be
presented during the conference in specialized facilities or presented in
special demonstration sessions. These should involve some aspect of users
and use. Proposals for demonstration should provide short description and
a URL address, if available.
4. Workshops: two to four-hour sessions that will be tutorial and
educational in nature. Workshops will be presented before and after the
main part of the conference and will require separate fees, to be shared
with workshop organizers. Proposals for workshops should include a short
description, with indication of level and potential audience.
5. PhD Forum: short presentations by PhD students, particularly as related
to their dissertation, in a session organized by the European Chapter of
the American Society for Information Science and Technology (EC/ASIST);
help and responses by a panel of educators.

Submissions should be sent in electronic format (as an email attachment)
to Prof. Tatjana Aparac at taparac@ffos.hr. Inquires can also be addressed
to the Co-Chair of the conference Prof. Tefko Saracevic and Program Chairs
(for Part I Prof. Jeffrey Pomerantz and Prof. Anna Maria Tammaro
. and for Part II Prof. Marie L. Radford). Full contact information is
provided below. All submissions will be refereed.
Deadlines:
For papers and workshops: 15 January 2008. Acceptance by 15 February 2008.
For demonstrations and posters: 1 February 2008. Acceptance by 1 March
2008.
Final submission for all accepted papers and posters: 15 March 2008.

Invitation to institutions
We are inviting libraries, information agencies, professional
organizations, publishers, and service providers to consider participation
at LIDA by providing a demonstration, workshop, or exhibit about their
products, services or advances, or by presenting a paper or poster about
their activities, as related to themes. Sponsorship of an event is also
invited. Institutions can benefit as well: we will provide course
materials to participants so that they can communicate and transfer topics
of interest to their institution. Thus, we are organizing LIDA to reach a
wider audience.

Conference contact information

Course co-directors:
TATJANA APARAC-JELUSIC, Ph.D.
Department of Information Sciences
Faculty of Philosophy; J.J. Strossmayer University
31000 Osijek, Croatia
taparac@ffos.hr
(contact for general correspondence)

TEFKO SARACEVIC, Ph.D.
School of Communication, Information and Library Studies; Rutgers
University
New Brunswick, NJ, 08901 USA
tefko@scils.rutgers.edu

Program chairs:
For Part I:
JEFFREY POMERANTZ, Ph.D.
School of Information and Library Science
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3360, USA
pomerantz@unc.edu

ANNA MARIA TAMMARO
Dipartimento dei Beni Culturali e dello Spettacolo
Sezione di Beni Librari
University of Parma
43100 Parma, Italy
annamaria.tammaro@unipr.it


For Part II:
MARIE L. RADFORD, Ph.D.
School of Communication, Information and Library Studies; Rutgers
University
New Brunswick, NJ, 08901, USA
mradford@scils.rutgers.edu


Organizing committee:
MAJA KRTALIC
Department of Information Sciences
Faculty of Philosophy; J.J. Strossmayer University
31000 Osijek, Croatia
mcujic@ffos.hr

Local organizing committee:
MARICA SAPRO FICOVIC
Dubrovnik Libraries
20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
msapro@dkd.hr

Venues

The first part of LIDA 2008 will be held in Dubrovnik and for the second
part the conference will move to island Mljet, less than a two-hour ride
from Dubrovnik on a fast catamaran. Pre-conference workshops are planned
for 26 May 2008 in Dubrovnik and post-conference workshops for 31 May 2008
on Mljet.

Dubrovnik, Croatia is recognized as one of the World Cultural Heritage
sites by UNESCO. It is a walled city, preserved as it existed in medieval
times. A beautiful natural location on the Adriatic Sea, a lavish
architecture of squares, palaces, and churches, small, intriguing
hill-hugging streets, pedestrian-only traffic within the walls, outings to
the enchanting near-by islands - all these and more combine to make
Dubrovnik one of the most popular destinations in Europe. For Croatia see
http://www.croatia.hr/ and for Dubrovnik at
http://www.dubrovnik-online.com/

Mljet is one of the most enchanting islands in the Adriatic, a sea that
abounds with beautiful islands to start with. Hotel Odisej
(http://www.hotelodisej.hr) is in a small harbor. Near the hotel is the
entrance to Mljet National Park (http://www.np-mljet.hr/) with lush
vegetation surrounding three inland lakes, a small island with a monastery
in the middle lake, paths for walking, and spots for swimming in the blue
and green sea.
--
Marija Dalbello, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Library and Information Science
School of Communication, Information and Library Studies
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
4 Huntington Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901-1071
Voice: 732.932.7500 / 8215
FAX: 732.932.6916
Internet: dalbello@scils.rutgers.edu
http://www.scils.rutgers.edu/~dalbello

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