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IFLA Journal, Official Journal of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. ISSN 0340 0352 print 1745 2651 online, Published 4 times a year in March June October and December. Editor Stephen Parker Apt 1C Edif cio Rosa dos Ventos Rua Rosa Parracho 27. Cascais 2750 778 Portugal E mail zest sapo pt, Editorial Committee. Rafael Ball, University of Regensburg Regensburg Germany Email tafael ball bibliothek uni regensburg de. Mar a del Ca rmen D ez Hoyo, Agencia Espan ola de Cooperacio n Internacional para el Desarrollo Madrid Spain Email Carmen diez hoyo aecid es.
National Library of China Beijing People s Republic of China Email bgu nlc gov cn. Dinesh Gupta, Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University Kota India Email dineshkg in gmail com dineshkumargupta vmou ac in. Mahmood Khosrowjerdi, Allameh Tabataba i University Tehran Iran Email mkhosro gmail com mkhosro atu ac ir. Jerry W Mansfield Chair, Congressional Research Service Library of Congress Washington DC Email jmansfield crs loc gov. Ellen Ndeshi Namhila Governing Board Liaison, University of Namibia Windhoek Namibia Email enamhila unam na. Stephen Parker Portugal Editor ex officio, Email zest sapo pt.
Omnia M Sadek, Menufia University Cairo Egypt Email sadekomnia gmail com. Re jean Savard, E cole de bibliothe conomie et des sciences de l information Universite de Montre al Montre al Canada. Email Rejean Savard umontreal ca, Ludmila Tikhonova. Russian State Library Moscow Russian Federation Email ltikh rsl ru. SAGE Los Angeles London New Delhi Singapore and Washington DC. Copyright 2014 International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions UK Apart from fair dealing for the purposes of. research or private study or criticism or review and only as permitted under the Copyright Designs and Patents Acts 1988 this. publication may only be reproduced stored or transmitted in any form or by any means with the prior permission in writing of the. Publishers or in the case of reprographic reproduction in accordance with the terms of licences issued by the Copyright Licensing. Agency www cla co uk US Authorization to photocopy journal material may be obtained directly from SAGE Publications or. through a licence from the Copyright Clearance Center Inc www copyright com Inquiries concerning reproduction outside those. terms should be sent to the Publishers at the address below. Annual subscription 4 issues 2014 Free to IFLA members Non members full rate includes electronic version 260 480. Prices include postage Full rate subscriptions include the right for members of the subscribing institution to access the electronic. content of the journal at no extra charge from SAGE The content can be accessed online through a number of electronic journal. intermediaries who may charge for access Free e mail alerts of contents listings are also available For full details visit the SAGE. website www sagepublications com, Student discounts single issue rates and advertising details are available from SAGE 1 Oliver s Yard 55 City Road London EC1Y 1SP. UK Tel 44 0 20 7324 8500 fax 44 0 20 7324 8600 e mail subscriptions sagepub co uk website www sagepublications. com In North America from SAGE Publications 2455 Teller Road Thousand Oaks CA 91359 USA Periodicals postage paid at. Rahway NJ Postmaster Send address corrections to IFLA Journal c o Mercury Airfreight International Ltd 365 Blair Road Avenel. NJ 07001 USA, Please visit http ifl sagepub com and click on More about this journal then Abstracting indexing to view a full list of databases in.
which this journal is indexed, Printed by Henry Ling Ltd Dorset Dorchester UK. International Federation of, Library Associations and Institutions. Forty years of IFLA Journal 2014 Vol 40 1 3 4, The Author s 2014. Reprints and permission, sagepub co uk journalsPermissions nav. DOI 10 1177 0340035214523543, ifla sagepub com, Stephen Parker.
This issue marks the beginning of the 40th year of taking place in the membership of the Editorial. publication of IFLA Journal When the journal was Committee this year and the introduction of new. launched in March 1975 Herman Liebaers former terms of reference we would like to say a special. President if IFLA wrote in a Foreword thank you to retiring members Christine Wellems. former Chair Sanjay Bihani Felipe Mart nez, When the idea for an IFLA Journal was launched sev Ellen Namhila who will now act as liaison between. eral years ago I was one of the Board members who the Committee and the Governing Board and Cristo. received it with some scepticism believing that there bal Pasadas all of whom served on the committee for. were already so many professional journals several years Thanks are also due to the five members. who continue in office Jerry Mansfield Chair, However he concluded Ben Gu Omnia Sadek Re jean Savard and Ludmila. Tikhonova and the four new members Dinesh, The new IFLA Journal has been designed as a means of. Gupta Mar a del Ca rmen D ez Hoyo Mahmood, communication between members of the library profes. sion But we hope and it is our intention that in its arti Khosrowjerdi and Rafael Ball who were appointed. cles and reports a more positive image of the contribution recently by the IFLA Professional Committee all of. librarians are making to our changing society will be pre whom are listed in the preliminary pages of the print. sented to a wider audience 1 edition and on the publisher s website. All but the last two papers in this issue were orig. As long as the journal was published only in print inally presented during WLIC Singapore in August. format its audience was in all likelihood limited to 2013. IFLA members and paid subscribers Now that the full The first A living breathing revolution how. text of the journal is available online on the publish libraries can use living archives to support engage. er s website http ifl sagepub com from the first and document social movements by Tamara Rhodes. issue to the most recent and on the IFLA website of North Carolina Central University won the LIS. http www ifla org publications ifla journal from Student Paper Award 2013 sponsored by the IFLA. 1993 onwards it is indeed accessible to a wider audi Education Training Section in collaboration with. ence including more than 6 000 institutions which ekz bibliotheksservice GmbH and was presented at. have access through institutional consortia or develop the 2013 IFLA conference in Singapore The paper. ing world initiatives the latter at little or no cost It describes the searchunderoccupy exhibit in the. seems clear that the journal is now reaching a much Sheila C Johnson Design Center in New York City. wider audience than that of IFLA membership alone as a living archive that visually displays the creative. This seems to be an appropriate moment to pay tri and critical responses of the New School s student. bute to the untiring work of the members of the Edi community to the Occupy Wall Street movement The. torial Committee who apart from providing general exhibit is composed of videos photographs audio and. guidance on the future of the journal at their annual performance projects as well as live feed tag clouds. meetings during each year s World Library and Infor posters and blogs and presents a future library full. mation Congress are also responsible for reviewing of infinite possibilities. and evaluating papers submitted for publication A similar project is described in the next paper. including the annual selection of WLIC conference Archiving Egypt s revolution The University on. papers and thus play a key role in maintaining the the Square Project documenting January 25 2011. quality of the journal s content With several changes and beyond by Stephen Urgola of The American. 4 IFLA Journal 40 1, University in Cairo The project devised by a group Wales Library are examined as a case study in relation.
of archivists faculty administrators and students at to agile management concepts. the American University in Cairo aimed to collect the The last two papers in this issue move away from. tangible remains of Egypt s January 25 Revolution libraries and library work altogether In the first paper. such as banners tear gas canisters and digital photo Prithviraj K R of Kuvempu University and B T. graphs and videos taken by observers and partici Sampath Kumar of Tumkur University both in India. pants An oral history component aimed to record report on Corrosion of URLs implications for elec. the experiences of a wide range of participants in the tronic publishing Their study aimed to analyze the. uprising and the subsequent protest and political accessibility corrosion and half life of URLs cited. activity in Egypt in the articles of Indian LIS conference proceedings. The next paper TIB s Portal for audiovisual media published during 2001 to 2010 After examining. New ways of indexing and retrieval by Janna Neu nearly 6 000 URLs cited in 1 700 articles the study. mann and Margret Plank of the German National found that slightly more than half of the URLs were. Library of Science and Technology TIB describes the not accessible at the time of testing The estimated. development of a web based portal for audiovisual average half life of missing URLs was 4 94 years. media which offers new methods for searching within The authors conclude that there is a need to improve. videos enabled by automated video analysis with the various retrieval tools being used to recover van. scene speech text and image recognition Search ished URLs. results are connected to new knowledge by linking the The final paper in this issue Information culture in. data semantically The portal optimizes access to scien three municipalities and its impact on information. tific videos such as computer animations lecture and management amidst e government development by. conference recordings Proscovia Sva rd of the University of Amsterdam pre. A different aspect of library work is dealt with in sents research conducted in three municipalities. the next paper Who will serve the children recruit involved in e government development in Sweden. ing and educating future children s librarians by Vir and Belgium Efficient e government requires effec. ginia A Walter of the University of California Los tive information management if the municipalities are. Angeles The paper identifies desirable traits for chil to attain their ultimate goal of high quality service. dren s librarians and presents strategies for recruiting delivery However the research showed that despite. people to the profession The limitations of current investments in information systems the information. graduate library education in the United States are culture in the municipalities will have to change if this. discussed and examples of professional development is to be achieved The paper highlights some of the. opportunities for children s librarians are provides challenges caused by the attitudes of municipal. The paper concludes with suggestions for actions to employees such as lack of information management. advance the education and ongoing training of chil skills collaboration information management sys. dren s librarians that could be taken by the IFLA Sec tems and satisfactory information management archi. tion on Libraries for Children and Young Adults tecture Huge investments are currently being made. From California to Australia the next paper Agile in the development of e services but there remain. management strategies for success in rapidly chang soft issues such as these that need to be seriously. ing times an Australian University Library perspec addressed. tive by Andrew Wells of the University of New, South Wales explores the concept of agile manage Reference. ment and discusses the extent to which innovations H Liebaers IFLA Journal Foreword to the first issue IFLA. and developments in Australian university libraries Journal 1975 1 2 DOI 10 1177 034003527500100101. reflect the application of agile management tech The online version of this article can be found at. niques Changes at The University of New South http ifl sagepub com content 1 1 2 citation. International Federation of, Library Associations and Institutions. A living breathing revolution 2014 Vol 40 1 5 11, The Author s 2014. How libraries can use living archives Reprints and permission. sagepub co uk journalsPermissions nav, DOI 10 1177 0340035214526536. to support engage and document ifla sagepub com, social movements.
Tamara Rhodes, North Carolina Central University, Where does and should the future of libraries lie What were once concrete brick and glass structures have. since become a third place where community art and culture reside What is next The searchunderoccupy. exhibit in the Sheila C Johnson Design Center in New York City is a living archive that visually displays the. creative and critical responses of the New School s student community to the Occupy Wall Street movement. It is composed not only of elements such as video photographs audio and performance projects but also text. based works such as live feed tag clouds posters and blogs By their very nature libraries are poised to. become forces for social change and using this exhibit as an example libraries themselves can show the life. of their communities by putting their responses on display to support their involvement in social movements. engage others and document for the future There are many iterations of the living archive in libraries such as. Non members full rate includes electronic version 260 480 Prices include postage Full rate subscriptions include the right for members of the subscribing institution to access the electronic content of the journal at no extra charge from SAGE The content can be accessed online through a number of electronic journal intermediaries who may charge for access Free e mail alerts of

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