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[IFLA Webinar] Building a National Bibliography: Models from Around the World - Two Weeks Left to Register!

  • 1.  [IFLA Webinar] Building a National Bibliography: Models from Around the World - Two Weeks Left to Register!

    Posted Apr 16, 2024 05:32 AM

    Join us in the first webinar in our virtual event series "Topics in National Bibliographies" Track 1: Inside National Bibliographic Agencies!

    ** Apologies for cross posting **

     

    Dear Colleagues and ALA Fellows,

    The IFLA Bibliography Section is pleased to invite you to its upcoming webinar:

    Building a National Bibliography: Models From Around the World

    Date:               30 April 2024

    Time:               2:00 – 3:30 pm CEST (GMT/UTC +2)

    Where:            Online (Zoom), free attendance

     

    The webinar aims at delving into the frameworks and foundations of establishing and operating a national bibliography, drawing inspiration from established and successful models around the world and permitting to navigate diverse landscapes and settings.

     

    KNOW MORE AND REGISTER HERE

    Programme

    • The French national Bibliography: A 213 Years Old Newborn. Mathilde Koskas, French National Library
    • The Philippine National Bibliography (PNB): A Comprehensive Review of Historical, Context, Key Figures, Impact and Future Developments, Jennifer B. Dimasaca and Marbilyn M. Egido, National Library of Philippines
    • Structuring a National Bibliography. The series of the Deutsche Nationalbibliografie: Historical Genesis, Current Status and Future Plans, Florian Betz and Katharina Schöneborn, National German Library
    • Current Brazilian Bibliography in the Digital Era, Eduardo da Silva Alentejo, Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro and Gabriel Pereira Alves, Brazilian Bibliographic Society

     

    Join us in this fast-paced webinar for valuable insights into those national treasures, and do not hesitate to share with colleagues who may find it useful.

    Looking forward to seeing you on 30 April 2024!

     

    To stay updated about the Bibliography Section work and activities, subscribe to our mailing list: bibmail@iflalist.org.

     

    About Topics in National Bibliographies series

     

    About IFLA Bibliography Section

     

     

    Kind regards,

    Rehab Ouf

    Chair, IFLA Bibliography Section (Division H)

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