World Library and Information Congress: 78th IFLA General Conference and Assembly

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Congress theme:
“Libraries Now! – Inspiring, Surprising, Empowering”

The World Library and Information Congress 2012, 78th IFLA General Conference and Assembly, will take place at the Helsinki Exhibition & Convention Centre in Helsinki, Finland.

Early registration fee deadline 15 May 2012
Standard Registration Fees Deadline 9 August 2012
Onsite Registration from 10 August 2012

Find more information in the Approved Programmes (63 KB) and in the Final Announcement (4 MB).

Beside the main event of the Conference, there will also be a wide and interesting list of Satellite Meetingshttp://conference.ifla.org/ifla78/satellite-meetings

Calls for papers (for the main conference and for the satellite meetings) are open, the themes are very wide and refer to the key issues of libraries, including the new technological tools and opportunities for repository, preservation, sharing, e-learning, interactivity etcetera.

 

 

Find out more at the official website:

Official website: http://conference.ifla.org/ifla78

http://conference.ifla.org/ifla78/calls-for-papers

http://conference.ifla.org/ifla78/calls-for-papers-satellite

 

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