“Fake news” has become a buzzword of late but generally refers to inaccurate information of some kind—whether propaganda, pseudo-science, misinformation, or disinformation.
Professional conferences are appealing because we get to see the world. Sarah Shujah shares her IFLA WLIC first-timer experience.
In the poster area at the IFLA WLIC, we can find out about the work that inspired, engaged, connected and enabled our colleagues in other parts of the world to facilitate change.
As the out-going chair of the IFLA Library Services for Multicultural Populations Section, I shared this manifesto with participants at the IFLA 2017 conference, held…
We can find it challenging to have a meaningful conversation with a colleague who sits in an adjacent cubicle—life is full of everyday responsibilities that take our time and attention. So the idea of talking with library folk from around the world about our collective future seems daunting.