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  1. 1. Welcome To Group -1 Presentation
  2. 2. IFLA —IFLA — InternationalInternational Federation of LibraryFederation of Library Associations andAssociations and InstitutionsInstitutions
  3. 3. Roll Name 01 Sazzadul Karim 03 Mithila Islam 05 Mahmudul Hasan 06 Roksana Parvin 08 Tamanna Afrin 09 Nazmus Sakib 10 Faysal-Al-Ahad
  4. 4. One of the first international non-profit, non-governmental organizations, aiming to the further cause of librarianship. Founded in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1927 1600 Members in approximately 150 countries Registered in Netherlands,1971 Headquartered in Hague, the Netherlands
  5. 5. Promote high standards of provision and delivery of library and information services Encourage widespread understanding of the value of good library & information services Represent the interests of its members throughout the world
  6. 6. To represent librarianship in mattersof international interest To promotethecontinuing education of library personnel To develop, maintain and promote guidelinesfor library services
  7. 7.  Action for Development through Libraries Programme (ALP)  UNIMARC Core Activity (UCA)  Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters (CLM)  Free Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE)  IFLA-CDNL Alliance for Bibliographic Standards (ICABS) and  Preservation and Conservation (PAC)
  8. 8.  Established in 2003  Maintenance and development of Universal Marc Format  Provide International exchange of bibliographic data Purpose  Co-ordinate activities  Development, maintenance and promotion of UNIMARC Format
  9. 9.  Created to advice IFLA  Represent as the voice of library community CLM is Active in Disputed clams of ownership of library materials Economic & Trade barriers to the accusation & use library resources Subscription & licence agreements
  10. 10.  Promote the basic human rights  Rise awareness the essential correlation between library concept and intellectual freedom  FAIFE directly or indirectly related to library & librarianship ACTIVITIES  Publish reports, participate in conference & arrange workshop  Monitor intellectual freedom of library community  Publish newsletter & online news  Co-operate with other international human rights organisation
  11. 11.  Hosted by Die Deutesch Bibliotheca (DDB)  From 2003 national library of Portugal take responsibility for UNIMARC & ICABS. OBJECTIVES Practices for bibliography and resource control To promote new convention To participate & organise seminar & workshop To enhance communication within the community
  12. 12. Created in Nairobi in 1984 effectively launched in Vienna during the 1986 Focus efforts on issues of preservation Co-operate for the preservation of library materials
  13. 13. IFLA Journal IFLA Publications Series IFLA Series on Bibliographic Control IFLA Professional Reports
  14. 14. Policy & Procedure Corporate Document Section Newsletter Core Activities Newsletter Conference Proceedings
  15. 15.  General Research Libraries  Special Libraries  Libraries Serving & General Public  Bibliographic Control  Collections & Services  Management & Technology  Education & Research  Regional Activities
  16. 16. Customizable training packages on library association development IFLA’s policy based on learning materials Monitor & advice on forming partnership Case study from library associations
  17. 17.  Jay Jordan IFLA/OCLC Early Career Development Fellowship Program  Jointly sponsored by IFLA and OCLC  Gives opportunities to meet with leading information practitioners , visit libraries and explore topics  For the Library and Information Science professionals who are in early stages of career development and from countries with developing economics  2012 fellows are from Bangladesh, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and Pakistan
  18. 18. Date Place Them 16-22 August, 2014 Lyon, France All We Need is News: Knowledge production & dissemination through news media 17-23August, 2013 Singapore Open Access & Digital Resource 11-17 August, 2012 Helsinki, Finland Users & Portals: digital newspaper, usability &genealogy 16-22 August, 2011 San Juan, Puerto Rico Newspaper in the Crimean. Central & South America: production, distribution & Conservation 16-22 August, 2010 Gothenburg, Sweden Relation between Publisher, Standards, Organization & Libraries: Transforming links between publisher, readers & Libraries 16-22 August, 2009 Milan, Italy Newspaper in the Mediterranean & the evolution of the modern state
  19. 19. Date Place Them 14-18 August, 2008 Quebec, Canada The North American Ethic Press 10-15 August, 2007 Durban, South Africa African Newspaper: Access & Technology August, 2006 Seoul, South Korea Newspaper of The East Asia 14-18 August, 2005 Oslo, Norway Newspaper Digitization Project : Development of the online availability of older newspaper 22-27 August, 2004 Buenos Aires, Argentina Libraries: Tools for education & development 1-9 August, 2003 Berlin, Germany Access point Library: Media-Information- Culture
  20. 20. Date Place Them 18-24 August, 2002 Glasgow, Scotland Libraries for Life: Democracy, Diversity. Delivery 16-25 August, 2001 Boston, USA Libraries & Librarians: Making a difference in the knowledge age 13-18 August, 2000 Jerusalem, Israel Information for Co-operation: Creating the Global Library of the Future

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