Content tagged Gothenburg
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(These results include any available translations of the original English documents.)
- Environmental Sustainability and Libraries SIG Business Meeting
The agenda will include, among other topics besides reports, such items as Future programs, selection criteria for papers, brainstorming about developing the SIG and possible activites and projects,...
News - 12 August 2010
Tags: business meetings, Collections, Conference, Gothenburg, multilingualism, paper selection, SIG management, Sustainability, Sustainability, volunteering, web 2.0 tools, web content management, webdesign, Environment, Sustainability and Libraries
- Notice of IFLA 2010 General Assembly and call for agenda items
The IFLA 2010 General Assembly will be held during the IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2010, 76th IFLA General Conference and Assembly, in the Swedish Exhibition and Congress Centre...
News - 4 May 2010
- IFLA WLIC 2010 Gothenburg - Programme available!
Dear Colleagues, The programme for the IFLA World Library and Information Congress, Gothenburg 2010 is now available. This file will soon be replaced by a more interactive version...
News - 15 April 2010
- Tweeting and posting about Gothenburg
If and when you start writing about the annual IFLA congress & conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, please be sure to add the proper tags to your posts. Other enthusiasts will much more easily be...
News - 15 February 2010
- Gothenburg or Göteborg?
Although in Swedish the city's name is "Göteborg", the international community is used to the English version "Gothenburg". Actually, the Gothenburg city council has...
Informational Page - 14 December 2009
- Call for papers for Gothenburg 2010
World Library and Information Congress: 76th IFLA General Conference and Assembly 10-15 August 2010, Gothenburg, Sweden Theme: Opening Doors to Spectacular Collections: Access to Multi-sensory,...
News - 2 December 2009
Tags: Acquisitions, Audiovisual and multimedia, Call for Papers, Collection development, Collections, Electronic collections, Electronic resources, Gothenburg, Open Access, Sweden, Acquisition and Collection Development