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Title: IFLA Journal. March 2022 [Special Issue: Libraries and COVID-19: Opportunities for innovation]
Authors: Dobreva, Milena
Anghelescu, Hermina
Ménard, Carolyne
Kosciejew, Marc
Carlos, Andrew R.
Muralles, Daisy C.
Kapanka, Heather
Ames, Sarah
Havens, Lucy
Becker, Deborah A.
Arendse, Joanne
Tshetsha, Veliswa
Davids, Zulaiga
Kiva-Johnson, Vuyokazi
Riehman-Murphy, Christina
Holloway, Anne
Mattson, Mark
Murphy, James E.
Lewis, Carla J.
McKillop, Christena A.
Stoeckle, Marc
Boczar, Amanda
Jordan, Sydney
Goulart Righetto, Guilherme
Rossi, Tatiana
Fonseca Soares, Juliane
Omeluzor, Saturday U.
Nwaomah, Angela Ewhonne
Molokwu, Ugochi Esther
Sambo, Atanda Saliu
Wakeling, Simon
Garner, Jane
Hider, Philip
Jamali, Hamid
Lymn, Jessie
Mansourian, Yazdan
Randell-Moon, Holly
Lenstra, Noah
D’Arpa, Christine
Zhou, Xin
Begum, Dilara
Roknuzzaman, Md
Shobhanee, Mahbub E.
Al-Zaman, Md. Sayeed
Lund, Brady D.
Maurya, Sanjay Kumar
Adomi, Esharenana E.
Oyovwe-Tinuoye, Gloria O.
Dobreva, Milena
Anghelescu, Hermina
Keywords: Subject::Library services
Subject::Information services
Subject::Public libraries
Issue Date: 10-Mar-2022
Publisher: SAGE
Series/Report no.: IFLA Journal;Volume 48, Number 1
Abstract: The IFLA Journal Special Issue on COVID-19 explores how the pandemic brought about innovation in libraries. Guest edited by IFLA Journal editorial board member Milena Dobreva from Sofia University, Bulgaria and Hermina Anghelescu from Wayne State University, USA, the journal includes 18 articles that range from original research to case studies and review articles.
URI: https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/1886
ISSN: 0340-0352
eISSN: 1745-2651
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