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IFLA2008

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IFLA 2008

Quebec City, 08.12.2008 - 08.13.2008

 

NOTE: All full papers from IFLA are available on the IFLA 2008 website

 

08.12.2008

(info TBA)

 

08.13.2008

Government Information and Official Publications (8:30 - 10:30)

Globalisation of government information: creating digital archives for increased access

  • Government web content in Canada: a national library web archive perspective
    • GILLIAN CANTELLO
    • JOHN STEGENGA (Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada)
  • Archiving foreign government statistical websites for all at Indiana University Libraries
    • ANDREA SINGER (Indiana University Libraries, Bloomington, USA)
  • La documentation juridique au Rwanda: l’accessibilité par le biais du numérique
    • ANNE-MARIE AUGER
    • JONAST MUTWAZA (Tribunal penal international pour le Rwanda,
  • Acquirement of administration information resources via RSS: digitalized individual files for self-employees in China
    • XIAOWEN DING (Library of Jiangsu Provincial Party Institute, Nanjing, China) (cancelled)
  • Preserving access to government websites: development and practice in the cybercemetary

 

Acquisition and Collection Development (10.45-12.45)

In and out (of copyright): Contrasting perspectives on digitization of library collections

 

  • Canadian mass digitization: the University of Toronto Libraries partnership with the Internet Archive – historical overview, recent issues, and future implications
    • JONATHAN BENGSTON (University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada)
    • ROBERT MILLER (Internet Archive, San Francisco, USA)
  • Mass digitization for research and study: the digitization strategy of the Bavarian State Library
    • KLAUS CEYNOWA (Bavarian State Library. Munich, Germany)
  • British Library digitisation: access and copyright
    • ED KING (British Library, London, UK)
  • Gallica 2: expérimentation d'une offre numérique incluant des documents soumis au droit d'auteur (experiment of a digital offer including documents under copyright)
    • LUCIEN SCOTTI (Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, France)

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