The IFLA New Special Interest Group (NPSIG) and Audiovisual and Multimedia Section (AVMS) assisted by the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML), invite interested professionals to submit proposals for the open session to be held during IFLA WLIC in Dublin, Ireland, from 15-22 August 2020. Continue reading
New Professional Special Interest Group (NPSIG) are calling librarians to participate in a creative musical session with their audio visual materials or with their original songs. To take part in the competition part of “NPSIG Music Competition” please follow the guidelines below. Continue reading
You missed the inspiring webinar “Developing a Successful Poster Session – examples from the international floor”? Don’t worry!, Click HERE to see the complete recording.
If you want to share your opinion about what you learned, please fill in the survey. Your opinion helps us in organizing next webinars.
We thank the IFLA CPDWL team, NPSIG team, ALA team and we wait for you in our next webinar!
In collaboration with CPDWL and ALA, NPSIG is hosting a free webinar. Please come and join us learn about creating successful posters!
Time and Date:
Feb 26, 2020
06:00 PT / 08:00 CT (Chicago) / 09:00 EDT (New York) / 15:00 CET (Amsterdam) / 16:00 EET (Helsinki) /22:00 Kuala Lumpur / 00:00 AEST (Brisbane)
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Register for the webinar at:
Magdalena Gomułka, NPSIG
Finally, we have the selection of topics chosen for the IFLA / ALA 2020 Free Webinars
We want to thank you for the record partition of this survey: for two weeks colleagues from all over the world were able to access the voting platform, and at the end we got 180 votes! It was not easy to choose between so many interesting topics, and after a closed eleccion in the Mentimeter survey, the four selected are the following:
- Capacitation: what kind of training do you need to be a modern librarian
- Replacing old for new: New ways of library technology trends
- Open Access in open libraries for open communities
- How to market your library: Events in the Library to transform communities
These Webinars will be organized jointly by IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group, IFLA Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning and the American Library Association during 2020.
Soon we will be providing more information on this subject.
Dear librarians, New Professional SIG team wishes you a comfortable, quiet and above all a joyful New Year. Thanks for your support! We are expecting an exciting year 2020, so let's make it successful and fruitful! Cheers 🙂