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[InetBib] IFLA-Online-Seminare im November

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

bei Interesse, anbei eine Reihe von IFLA-Online-Seminaren in diesem November.

Mit vielen Grüßen

Ursula Arning

Dr. Ursula Arning
ZB MED - Informationszentrum Lebenswissenschaften

TH Köln
Professur für Open Access und Management Digitaler Ressourcen

Save the dates!

IFLA Professional Unit Virtual Events are an opportunity to engage with a 
global audience, sharing Professional Unit expertise and timely information 
relevant to the library and information field.  Coming up in November are the 
following scheduled events, provided to the field free of charge:

IFLA ARL - Innovative and expanded academic library services: the ripple begins 

Thursday, 12-November - 14:30-16:00 CET/UTC+1
Event link: https://zoom.us/j/95271917560

This 1.5-hour webinar is aimed at sharing these services to expand the ripple 
in anticipation that these services can be amended and adopted and, made fit 
for purpose for respective institutions. The agility of academic libraries must 
become global with sharing of experiences becoming the norm.

-Organised by IFLA Academic and Research Libraries 
Section<https://www.ifla.org/academic-and-research-libraries> (IFLA ARL)

IFLA IT/P&C - Preservation of Digital Complex Objects

Wednesday, 18-November - 10:00-11:00 CET/UTC+1
Thursday, 19 November - 16:00-17:00 CET/UTC+1 (repeat)

18-November event link: https://zoom.us/j/98268749932
19-November event link: https://zoom.us/j/99641153693

Since beginning of 21st century IT development has brought new forms of e-books 
and complex objects for renewed and enhanced user / reader experience.  These 
innovative cultural objects imply new challenges for preservation and 
conservation : how can we archive device dependent multimedia, interactive 
systems, or information flows? Does new data technologies open new 
possibilities for long-term conservation? This webinar is repeated for a span 
of time zones.

-Organised by the IFLA Information Technology<https://www.ifla.org/it> and 
Preservation & Conservation<https://www.ifla.org/preservation-and-conservation> 

News Media/Digital Humanities/FAIFE/CLM - Fake News: Impact on Society Series - 

Wednesday, 18-November - 17:00-18:00 CET/UTC+1
Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN-FUnklyaRmS1O0t9J3sZFg

The second of a lecture series presented by News Media, Digital Humanities, 
FAIFE, and CLM, this will offer two speakers' research into the concept of fake 
news and its impact in modern society. Panelists include Abby Moore and 
Catherine Tingelstad, presenting a paper titled, "Nuanced Literacy and Fake 
News: Academic Librarians' Role in New Information Environments," and Enrica 
Manenti, who will present, "'Handle with double care.' Memorial sites, teens, 
libraries and Wikipedia."

-Organised by the IFLA News Media Section<https://www.ifla.org/news-media>, 
Digital Humanities & Scholarship SIG<https://www.ifla.org/dhds>, Freedom of 
Access to Information and Freedom of Expression<https://www.ifla.org/faife> 
(FAIFE) and Copyright and other Legal Matters<https://www.ifla.org/clm> (CLM) 
Advisory Committees

IFLA SET Putting Emerging LIS Competencies into Education and Practice: 
Challenges and Opportunities - 2-Day programme

Thursday, 19-November - 15:00-16:30 CET/UTC+1
Friday 20-November - 15:00-*16:30 CET/UTC+1

Day 1 - 19-November Registration link: 
Day 2 - 20-November Registration link: 

This 2-day webinar from the Education and Training Section will focus on 
projects and programs with innovative LIS competencies in education and 
practice; what it took to get there, what challenges they faced, what new 
opportunities it presented for educators, librarians and patrons, as well as 
their communities, equip communities with new literacies, where people were 
trying to help communities with certain needs, overcoming some of the 
challenges facing a community. The implementation of these competencies will 
help to inform future curricular decisions, recommendations and best practices.

-Organised by the IFLA Education and Training Section<https://www.ifla.org/set>

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