Upcoming Webinars

Webinar IAML

Five Perspectives On Music Librarianship

In collaboration with  IAML, the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres, NPSIG is hosting a free webinar.

In this webinar, experts from the field will highlight five different aspects of music librarianship. The presentations will only cover a fraction of the wide scope of music libraries, but through these varied insights we hope to provide a good starting-point for anybody interested to learn more about this fascinating field of librarianship. 

Time and Date:
Aug 24, 2020 at 4:00 pm CEST
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Our presentations will be:

  • An Introduction to IAML, the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres (Anders Cato, IAML Secretary General, Pia Shekhter, IAML President-Elect)

  • Local music collections in libraries (public, community, and academic): the Canadian context (Carolyn Doi, University of Saskatchewan, Sean Luyk, University of Alberta, Canada)

  • Can I listen to that online? Providing access to AV collections (Jonathan Manton, Music Librarian for Digital and Access Services,  Irving S. Gilmore, Music Library, Yale University, USA)

  • Innovative music services in a public library setting: Three examples from Qatar National Library (Sebastian Wilke, Head of Central Music Library, Frankfurt Public Library, Germany)

  • The 4 R-projects of international music research (Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie, Executive Director, Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM)

The registration link for the webinar on 24th August: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XwHW-1lXScugD5nGmHRQ0Q

It will be a great webinar, don’t miss it!


7 thoughts on “Upcoming Webinars

  1. Hi I am just wondering if there will be a link posted for the archive of the talk on June 15th. I won’t be able to attend next week.
    Amber

    • Dear Amber,
      Yes, recordings of all our webinars are available online. The link to recording is usually provided some time after the webinar. Stay turned! We will publish it also in NPSIG Facebook and Twitter.

  2. Hi,
    I’m Niloofar one of the participant in july 30 webinar. I wanted to know is there any way to access to archive of it? as I remember you said everything is recorded through the session.

    • Hi Niloofar! We’re so happy you could join us for the July 30th webinar. It usually takes approximately one week to get the archive link. Once we have it, we will post it on the “Past Webinars” page.

    • We’re glad you enjoyed it Alex! We should have the recording and materials available soon.

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