IFLA Workshop – IFLA brings more than 3500 participant from more than 120 countries. It provides opportunities and networking and professional development for delegate. Register for IFLA Workshop 2017. A most not miss congress for librarians and information technologist.
The international flagship professional and trade event for the library and information services sector is one of it kind. Over the years, their contribution and creative ideas has enormously improved the world information and library system.
The IFLA Workshop 2017 – World Library and Information Congress It is an opportunity for the host country to showcase the status of libraries and information science in their country and region as well as to have their professionals experience international librarianship and international relations in a unique way.
WHERE IS THIS YEAR IFLA workshop holding?
2017 International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Workshop
is holding in Nairobi Kenya
What is the cost of Registration for participants for IFLA Workshop?
Registration fee is $120
Registration fee includes lunches, refreshments and training material. The registration fee does not include travel, accommodation and other travel related expenses. These are the responsibility of the participants, or their institutions. The organisers regret that it has no funding to assist prospective participants.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON REGISTRATION PLEASE VISIT (http://www.ifla.org/files/assets/newspapers/itoca_digitisation_flyerfeb2017allsfinal.pdf)
What is the theme for 2017 IFLA Workshop?
Digitization and digital preservation workshop
What is the date for IFLA Workshop
18 – 16 February 2017
what are the information required in filling the form?
- First Name
- Job title/Designation
- Contact phone
- Email address
- Dietary requirement
The News Media Section of IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) in partnership with the IFLA Preservation and Conservation Regional Centre for Southern Africa are pleased to announce a Digitisation and Digital Preservation Workshop to be held in Nairobi, Kenya from 14 to 16 February 2017.
Outcomes of the workshop:
To increase participants’ knowledge on digitisation of library collections, digitisation project management and digital preservation.
Topics covered include:
- Review of the OAIS reference model
- Review of digitization programs from around the world
- Selection of materials
- Review of standards for digitized materials
- Digitization workflow
- Project management, quality assurance and acceptance criteria
- Digital preservation considerations
- Digitization tools, open source and commercial
- Hands-on activities
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