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Title: IFLA Journal. March 2023
Authors: Das, Anup Kumar
Tripathi, Manorama
Baro, Emmanuel E.
Nwabueze-Echedom, Anthonia U.
Ambrosone, Ellen A.
Ring, Laura A.
Thacker, Mara L.
Kolarić, Alica
Elsawy, Elsayed
Shehata, Ahmed
Davis, Angela R.
Diaz, Stephanie A.
Hall, Russell A.
Mirčeta Zakarija, Margita
Urem, Irena
Sechi, Guido
Šķilters, Jurģis
Selecka, Marta
Kalnača, Līva
Leškēviča, Krista
Cyprian Ifeanyi, Ugwu
Ejikeme, AN
Oladokun, Olugbade
Mooko, Neo Patricia
Jarusawat, Piyapat
Cox, Andrew M.
Tyagi, Sunil
Zakaria, Mahmoud Sherif
Hussain, Syed Tauseef
Batool, Syeda Hina
ur Rehman, Ata
Zahra, Syeda Kiran
Mahmood, Khalid
Akhshik, Somaye Sadat
Beglou, Reza Rajabali
Saubert, Shanna
Cooper, Liz
Witt, Steve
Keywords: Subject::Open data
Subject::Knowledge management
Subject::Professional development
Subject::Academic and research libraries
Subject::Preservation and conservation
Subject::Prison libraries
Subject::Knowledge sharing
Issue Date: 9-Mar-2023
Publisher: SAGE
Series/Report no.: IFLA Journal;Volume 49, Number 1
Abstract: The March 2023 IFLA Journal features 15 articles, of which 12 represent original research and 3 offer reviews of important topics in the LIS field. The research in this issue represents widely the field and key areas of interest including topics such as the spread of misinformation, training the next generation of librarians through data science education, and the needs for continuing professional development. Also includes are important articles on preservation, collection building and public libraries. The review articles focus on prison libraries, crisis management, and the interdisciplinary literature of international education.
ISSN: 1745-2651
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