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IFLA 2003: Call for Papers

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

unten sende ich Ihnen zwei Calls for Papers für die IFLA 2003 Konferenz.
Diese Aufrufe werde ich künftig nicht mehr über diese Liste verbreiten,
sondern nur über die ifla-2003 Mailing Liste. Diese Nachricht soll Sie
vor allem darauf aufmerksam machen, dass die verschiedenen IFLA
Sektionen nun damit beginnen, Ihre Aufrufe für die Berliner IFLA 2003
Konferenz zu veröffentlichen. Das Fachprogramm der IFLA 2003 wird
ausschliesslich von den einzelnen IFLA Sektionen erarbeitet. Wenn Sie
sich dafür interessieren, einen Vortrag auf der IFLA 2003 zu halten,
können Sie die Calls entweder auf der allgemeinen ifla-l Mailingliste
nachlesen: http://www.ifla.org/II/iflalist.htm#IFLA-L
oder die vom IFLA 2003 Sekretariat eingerichtete ifla-2003 Mailingliste

Mit besten Grüßen,
Barbara Schleihagen
IFLA 2003 Generalsekretärin
IFLA 2003 Berlin Sekretariat c/o Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin
Potsdamer Str. 33, D-10785 Berlin
Tel: +49-30-265588-52, Fax: +49-30-265588-53
http://www.ifla.org, http://www.ifla-deutschland.de

IFLA-Section on Audiovisual and Multimedia and
Section on Education and Training
Berlin Conference Open Forums

The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
(IFLA) will be meeting in Berlin, Germany, August 1st - 9th, 2003.  As
part of the conference, the Section on Audiovisual and Multimedia and
Section on Education and Training are planning coordinated Open Forums

"Audiovisual and Multimedia as part of the Curricula in Library Schools
and Continuing Education - Visions and Realities."

The two sections invite proposals on the diversity of study programmes
contents, learning labs, examination contents, and infrastructure to
competencies in audiovisual and multimedia applications for libraries.
Proposals are also invited that examine how audiovisual and multimedia
included in the content of curricula in library education and training
programs to educate current and future librarians in the methods and
techniques of developing and utilizing audiovisual and multimedia in
professional activities in libraries.  We plan to request that IFLA
Headquarters schedule our coordinated open forums sequentially.

Included in the scope of interest is the use of audiovisual and
as teaching tools in schools of library and information studies as well
courses involving training in the use of audiovisual and multimedia in
library.  Curricular issues related to teaching bibliographic control
(description, access modalities etc.) of audiovisual and multimedia
materials may also be considered within scope.

If you are interested in presenting a paper on a topic related to this
call, please send your proposal (title and brief synopsis with your
affiliation and address, preferred in a Word e-mail attachment, but fax
mail copies will be accepted) by December 20, 2002 to:

     Mr. Terry L. Weech
     Graduate School of Library and Information Science
     501 E Daniel Street
     CHAMPAIGN, IL 61820      USA

     Tel: 1 217 333 0646
     Fax: 1 217 244 3302
    Email: weech.ifla _at__ eudoramail.com

NOTE: Mailed Copies should be postmarked by December 5, 2002

A decision on papers accepted for presentation will be made by February

On notification of acceptance, participants will be asked to send the
completed paper in English or one of the four other recognized languages

of IFLA--English, French, German, Russian or Spanish--no later than
1. This will allow time for translation and publication in the

(Please note that all fees, including registration to the conference,
travel, accommodation etc., are the responsibility of the authors of the

accepted papers.)



PROGRAMME: The Effect of the Internet on Reading

LOCATION: Berlin, Germany

VENUE: Conference of International Federation of Library
Associations, 1-9 August 2003

SPONSOR: IFLA Section on Reading

GOAL OF PROGRAMME: To bring together experts from several countries and
regions to examine the ways in which the Internet has affected reading
practices and culture. Papers should focus on such issues as whether
reading has declined or changed in particular groups in the population;
how the Internet has been used to encourage reading; how traditional
publishing has been affected by the availability of electronic

FORMAT OF PAPERS: The intention is to include papers and case studies
that provide guidance on how librarians can adjust their services and
collections to take advantage of changing patterns in reading. Papers
that focus on the underlying concepts and philosophy will be preferred
to those that are purely descriptive. The Section wants papers from
several different geographical areas.


1 Dec. 2002:Deadline for submission of 500 word abstract to
amfasick _at__ earthlink.net  or fax: 415-564-3096

15 Jan 2003: Notification of acceptance/rejection of submission by the
program committee (Catharina Stenberg, John Cole, Adele Fasick)

1 March 2003:Deadline for full paper submission

NOTE: No financial support can be provided, but a special invitation
will be issued to the authors of accepted papers. Papers must be
submitted in one of the official IFLA languages (English, French,
German, Russian, Spanish).

Adele M. Fasick
Information Officer, Section on Reading
Tel & fax: 415-564-3096
mailto:amfasick _at__ earthlink.net

Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.