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[InetBib] Call for Papers: Wie misst man den Nutzen des Zugangs zu Information?
- Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2015 10:45:34 +0100
- From: Ulla Wimmer <usuwi44@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] Call for Papers: Wie misst man den Nutzen des Zugangs zu Information?
Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,
unten finden Sie den Call for Papers für die gemeinsame Open Session der
IFLA Sektionen Library Theory and Research (LTR), und
Sektion Statistics and Evaluation (SSE)
bei der 81. IFLA General Conference and Assembly
15-21 August 2015, Kapstadt, Südafrika
Das Thema lautet:
"Lyon Declaration in Action: Measuring the Impact of Access to Information
Den gesamten Call gibt es hier:
Wir freuen uns auf interessante Einreichungen!
Mit freundlichem Gruß
Call for papers
World Library and Information Congress: 81th IFLA General Conference and
15-21 August 2015, Cape Town, South Africa
Joint Open Session of IFLA’s
Section for Library Theory and Research (LTR), and
Section for Statistics and Evaluation (SSE)
“The Lyon Declaration in Action: Measuring the Impact of Access to
Information and Development”
As “the Lyon Declaration on Access to Information and Development” and
other IFLA declarations and manifestos have expressed, access to
information and the role of libraries and information institutions in
society are fundamental for the empowerment of people and the development
of society. In order to communicate the importance and value of these
issues to our society and to political authorities, we need to discuss and
evaluate how library associations and institutions, as well as
governmental/non-governmental agencies can best support the library sector.
What studies exist or how can we measure the impact of access to
information and development theoretically and statistically?
Our Joint Open Session during WLIC 2015 aims to share the promoted projects
and advocacy strategies, or the data and evidence that has been collected
and used with significant effect. The forum will enable library
professionals to productively share their experiences and resource about
theoretical, practical and political approaches to advocacy.
For this significant session, we invite papers which present issues such
1. Strategic promotion by national/international library associations in
cooperations with other institutions, or governmental/non-governmental
bodies in order to promote access to information as a development goal in
accordance with the Lyon declaration.
2. Research or practical proposals on which kind of data from different
fields that can used to point out library effectiveness in contributing to
the Sustainable Development Goals.
3. Qualitative and quantitative evidence relating to advocacy,
strategies, or new indicators to measure outcomes
4. Research project relating to access to information or access to
libraries and library materials
5. Library involvement in working groups for Sustainable Development
Goals. How can libraries contribute in these discussions and on which
To submit a proposal;
- Individual paper presentations
- Associations/Institutions or activity groups representative presentations
Proposals should include;
- an abstract of the proposed paper consisting of approximately 500 words
- author(s) details (name(s), institution, position, email address) and a
brief biographical statement of about 50 words for each author
Proposals should be submitted by email;
- Yasuyo Inoue (LTR) E-mail: yinoue@xxxxxxxxxxxx
or Britt Omstedt (SSE) E-mail : Britt.Omstedt@xxxxx
- no later than 28th of February 2015
- indicate “IFLA proposal for LTR/SSE joint open session” in the subject
Selected presenters will be informed by 15th March 2015
Full papers submissions: no later than 30th May 2015
As the language of the session will be in English, the paper should be in
English or other IFLA official languages with an English translation
- each presentation will be 20 minutes and a few minutes for
- open forum after all presentations
Every paper accepted must be presented in person by one of the authors at
the IFLA WLIC in Cape Town, South Africa.
Authors are required to permit non-exclusive publication of papers chosen
for this session on the IFLA website and digital repository, the IFLA
library. Author(s) must agree to make their paper available under the terms
of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
Papers that are accepted but not presented in person at the conference will
not be made available on the official conference website nor will they be
considered for nomination as a best paper of the conference.
All expenses, including registration for the conference, travel,
accommodation etc., are the responsibility of the authors/presenters. No
financial support can be provided by IFLA, but a special invitation letter
can be issued to authors.
Congress Participation Grants
List of opportunities for support is available on our Conference
Participation Grants webpage.
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Institut für Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft
Sitz: Dorotheenstr. 26, 10117 Berlin
Post: Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin
Tel: +49 (0)30 2093-4528
Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.