Hola a todos, es un gran honor contribuir a esta nueva discusión del Grupo de Interés de Nuevos Profesionales de la IFLA. Hoy, me gustaría responder a tres preguntas sobre (digital scholarship) o investigación digital: ¿Qué es?, ¿Por qué es importante? y ¿Cómo pueden/podemos ayudar?
The Library Theory & Research Section in collaboration with the New Professionals Special Interest Group are pleased to invite submissions for its forthcoming open session at the World Library & Information Congress (19 – 25 August 2017 in Wrocław, Poland). The theme is “Engaged Communities: Transforming the Librarian Role”.
We are planning our 2017 #newlibgc webinars and we need your help to identify new topics!
Please join us for the upcoming webinar: “Utilizing Partnerships to Expand Professional Development Opportunities Worldwide”
While partnerships have been an instrumental part of the library’s success in serving the needs of their communities, they now offer librarians profound opportunities for developing new competencies and skillsets that strengthen their careers. This webinar will highlight various examples of international initiatives that not only expand professional development opportunities for librarians, but also connect them to dynamic and globally-based professional networks.
Success stories, challenges, and the impacts of these partnerships will be discussed. Join us to hear some truly inspiring stories!
Join our free IFLA/ALA Webinar on 10 October at 18 UTC.
IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group (NPSIG)
Activities Report September 2015-August 2016
Since August 2015, the NPSIG has a new leadership team, including a Convenor Maria Violeta Bertolini (from Argentina, living in USA), Co-Convenor Milan Vasiljevic (from Serbia, living in Qatar), Information Coordinator Antoine Torrens (France), and Information Co-Coordinator Katia Shklyar (from Russia, living in Finland).
The NPSIG objectives as defined in 2015 are:
- To empower new professionals to be involved in their national associations and with IFLA to become new local and international leaders.
- To connect new professionals and new professionals supporters to share experiences, opportunities and make new friends and colleagues from all over the world, mainly through social media and online events.
- To offer first quality free training and knowledge exchange opportunities through online webinars, open programmes and satellite meetings.
The Women, Information and Libraries Special Interest Group (WILSIG / @IFLA_WIL) focuses on women as users of library and information services, as workers in the library field, and as providers of information.
The WILSIG’s mission is the promotion, development and support of library and information services for the benefit of women, and society as a whole.
You can join the WILSIG at IFLA Conference on Thursday, August 18th, 1:45 to 3:45 in room C213-215. You will hear from Evviva Weinraub Lajoie (Northwestern Unversity Libraries, Chicago) about the outcomes of the satellite meeting “Women & Library Technology – Empowering women’s participation in open technology & culture”
The WILSIG will then have an open discussion about the group’s activities and goals for the coming year. To participate in the WILSIG’s activities, you can contact its convenor Mathilde Koskas.