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Title: IFLA Journal. December 2022
Authors: Cohen, Philip
Hamad, Faten
Al-Fadel, Maha
Chew, Adrian W.
Zin Oo, Cherry
Wong, Adeline L.H.
Gladding, Joanne
Shangwe Mbughuni, Anna
Mtega, Wulystan P.
Malekani, Andrew W.
Feria Basurto, Lourdes
Martínez Camacho, Humberto
Calderón-Swain, Alejandra
Suthiprapa, Kittiya
Tuamsuk, Kulthida
Mathysen, Dennis
Glorieux, Ignace
Adu, Theresa L.
van der Walt, Thomas B.
Ezinwa Nwagwu, Williams
Williams, Chidiebube Blossom
de Alwis Jayasuriya, Gina
Riyaz, Aminath
Majid, Shaheen
Fidelugwuowo, Ugonna Benedette
Kassim, Mohamed
Ndumbaro, Faraja
Bruns, Selina
Oliver, Oliver
Ströhlein, Pascal
Hoang, Hung Gia
Van Nguyen, Duc
Drysdale, Douglas
Güneş, Ayşenur
Canatar, Mehmet
Bell, Emilia C.
Kennan, Mary Anne
Srirahayu, Dyah Puspitasari
Eliyana, Anis
Anugrah, Esti Putri
Were, Samuel Macharia
Otike, Japhet N.
Bosire, Emily K.
Witt, Steve
Keywords: Subject::Advocacy
Subject::Academic and research libraries
Issue Date: 17-Nov-2022
Publisher: SAGE
Series/Report no.: IFLA Journal;Volume 48, Number 4
Abstract: Featuring an excellent report on libraries in Ireland, the December 2022 issue contains 18 articles that represent perspectives from across the LIS field. Articles range from those focused on academic libraries in Jordan, Ghana, and Thailand to the growth of the field in the Maldives and the implementation of the Marrakesh Treaty. Also featured are innovative approaches to the role of LIS in society, including as a soft-power actor and critical component in delivering access to health and agricultural information to rural regions of the world.
ISSN: 1745-2651
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