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Sunday, August 22, 2010

Indian Contributions @ IFLA 2010, Sweden


World Library and Information Congress: 76th IFLA General Conference and Assembly, "Open access to knowledge - promoting sustainable progress"
10-15 August 2010, Gothenburg, Sweden

News update, Post-conference:
A participant says: Exciting and well attended sessions, fruitful standing committee meetings, and a nice dinner: that was Gothenburg WLIC 2010. Christel Mahnke

Updates by:
  • IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group: Two sides to every gap
  • Stephen Abram --Stephen's Lighthouse--based on Gary's ResourceShelf
  • Sheila Webber's Information Literacy Weblog
  • Peter Scott's Library Blog
  • more updates

  • Programme and Proceedings:
    Indian contributions:
  • Bandyopadhyay, Ratna; Majumder, K.P.; Bose, B.; Sengupta, P. "Come to your Library": BLA project for promotion of reading in West Bengal, India. Session 133, IFLA 2010.
  • Das, Anup Kumar. Library Advocacy in India in the Light of Education for Sustainable Development - Perspectives of an Emerging Economy. Session 87, IFLA 2010.
  • Dhiman, Anil Kumar. Evolving roles of library & information centres in e-learning environment. Session 107, IFLA 2010.
  • Singh, Jagtar; Begum, Dilara. Student awareness of health information initiatives of the Governments of India and Bangladesh: a study of Punjabi University, Patiala and East West University, Dhaka. Session 100, IFLA 2010.

    See also:
  • IFLA 2010 - Papers from South Asia

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