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|Title:||IFLA Journal. June 2023|
|Authors:||Dutch National Organising Committee of IFLA WLIC 2023|
Connaway, Lynn Silipigni
Rajabali Beglou, Reza
Sadat Akhshik, Somaye
Asare, Comfort A.B.
Bentil Aggrey, Samuel
Black Fylking, Cecilia
Omeluzor, Saturday U.
Gbemi-Ogunleye, Philomena F.
Akibu Alarape, Asimi
Alhaji Bello, Lateef
O’Dwyer, Clare P.
de Alwis Jayasuriya, Gina
Chiya, Katlego Petrus
Onyancha, Omwoyo Bosire
Ezema, Ifeanyi J.
Hajdu Barát, Ágnes
Subject::Continuing professional development
Subject::Academic and research libraries
|Series/Report no.:||IFLA Journal; Volume 49, Number 2|
|Abstract:||Opening with an essay on Dutch libraries that highlights the library community in The Netherlands for the 2023 WLIC in Rotterdam, the June 2023 issue of IFLA Journal features 16 articles that represent several timely issues for the profession. These articles range from a continued focus on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on libraries to other timely issues such as the role of libraries in supporting sustainable development. Additional articles focus upon ways in which the LIS community is responding to technological change in the form of professional development, educational initiatives, and new services.|
|Appears in Collections:||IFLA Publications|
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