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Title: IFLA Journal. March 2005
Authors: IFLA Headquarters
Ashcroft, Linda
Brindley, Lynne
Watts, Chris
Brundin, Margareta
Curry, Ann
Ferreiro, Emilia
Reade-Fong, Elizabeth
Gorman, Gary E.
Roos, J.W.
Ryskamp, George R.
Smith, Alastair G.
Weber, Jutta
Knoche, Michael
Parker, Stephen
Keywords: Subject::Developing countries
Subject::Information professionals
Subject::Skills
Subject::Communications
Subject::Reference services
Subject::Digital skills
Subject::Digital divide
Subject::E-learning
Subject::Lifelong learning
Subject::Education
Subject::Parliamentary libraries
Subject::Library and research services for parliaments
Subject::Electronic Information for Libraries
Subject::Library services to people with special needs
Subject::Research
Subject::Professional ethics
Subject::Ethics
Subject::Digital literacy
Subject::Teacher-librarians
Subject::Libraries
Subject::Non-governmental organizations
Subject::Information and communications technology
Subject::Women
Subject::Access to information
Subject::Gender inclusion
Subject::Copyright
Subject::Print disabilities
Subject::Copyright laws
Subject::Reading
Subject::Digital rights
Subject::Library services to people with print disabilities
Subject::Genealogy and local history
Subject::Historical record
Subject::Impact
Subject::Library and information science
Subject::Web analytics
Subject::Rare books and manuscripts
Subject::History
Subject::Preservation
Subject::Disaster management
Subject::World Library and Information Congress
Subject::Fake news
Issue Date: Apr-2005
Publisher: SAGE
Series/Report no.: IFLA Journal;Volume 31, Number 1;
Abstract: Established in 1975, IFLA Journal is an international journal publishing peer reviewed articles on library and information services and the social, political and economic issues that impact access to information through libraries. The Journal is published four times per year (January, June, October, December) and includes research, case studies and essays that reflect the broad spectrum of the profession internationally.
URI: https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/401
ISSN: 0340–0352
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