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61st IFLA General Conference - August 20-25, 1995

Conference Programme and Proceedings

Alphabetical list of Authors




1. Professional Board I


2. General Research Libraries CB I
3. Special Libraries CB I
4. Libraries Serving the General Public CBI
5. Bibliographic Control CB I
6. Collections and Services CB I
7. Management and Technology CB I
8. Education and Research CB I
9. Regional Activities CB I


10. Executive Board I with Presidents and Executive Officers of Library Associations followed by Reception and Concert



11. Africa SCI
12. Acquisition and Exchange SC I
13. Audiovisual Media EC
14. Cataloguing SC I
15. Children's Libraries SC I
16. Government Information and Official Publications SC I
17. Information Technology SC I
(18. open)
19. Libraries Serving Disadvantaged Persons SC I
20. Library History EC
21. Library Theory and Research SC I
22. Management of Library Associations EC
23. National Libraries SC I
24. Newspapers EC
25. Mobile Libraries SC I
26. User Education EC


27. Executive Board II


28. Art Libraries SC I
29. Asia and Oceania SC I
30. Bibliography SC I
31. Conservation SC I
32. Continuing Professional Education EC
33. Document Delivery and Interlending SC I
34. Editors of Library Journals EC
35. Geography and Map Libraries SC I
36. Government Libraries SC I
37. Library Buildings and Equipment SC I
38. Management EC
39. Public Libraries SC I
40. Rare Books and Manuscripts SC I
41. Children's Literature Documentation Centres EC
42. Women's Issues EC


43. Biological and Medical Sciences Libraries SCI
44. Classification and Indexing SC I
45. Education and Training SC I
46. Latin America and the Caribbean SC I
47. Libraries for the Blind SC I
48. Library Services to Multicultural Populations SC I
49. Parliamentary Libraries SC I
50. Research in Reading EC
52. School Libraries SC I
53. Science and Technology Libraries SC I
54. Serial Publications SC I
55. Statistics SC I
56. Social Sciences Libraries SC I
57. University Libraries and Other General Research Libraries SC I


58. Caucus: France
59. Caucus: Germany
60. Caucus: Netherlands
61. Caucus: Portuguese-speaking Librarians
62. Caucus: Scandinavian countries
63. Caucus: Third World
64. Caucus: United Kingdom
65. Caucus: USA


66. Reception for IFLA Officers (on invitation only)



67. Orientation to IFLA for Newcomers (SI)
Presentations will be made on Core Programme, Division, Section, and Round Table Activities and on IFLA publications.


68. Open Forum on the Core Programmes (SI)
  1. Progress report of the ALP Core Programme
    BIRGITTA BERGDAHL (ALP Core Programme, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden)
  2. Progress report of the PAC Core Programme
    MARIE-THERESE VARLAMOFF (PAC Core Programme, Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris, France)
  3. UAP: where theory becomes practice
    GRAHAM CORNISH (UAP Core Programme, British Library, Boston Spa, UK)
  4. IFLA Core Programme for Universal Bibliographic Control and International MARC: Report on activities 1994-1995
    MARIE-FRANCE PLASSARD (UBCIM Core Programme, Die Deutsche Bibliothek, Frankfurt, Germany)
  5. Progress report of the UDT Core Programme
    LEIGH SWAIN (UDT Core Programme, National Library of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)


69. UNESCO Open Forum (SI)
70a. IFLA: A FORCE FOR FREE EXPRESSION Defending Free Expression is Everyone's Business
Frances D'Souza, Executive Director of ARTICLE 19, The International Centre Against Censorship 70b. From Babylon to Librespace
Talat S. Halman, Professor and Chair, Department of near Eastern Languages and Literatures, New York University


71. Council I (Ataturk Cultural Centre) (SI)


72. Opening of Exhibition and Cocktail



73. Contributed Paper Session I (SI)
  1. Digital libraries: new initiatives with worldwide implications
    JOHN W. BERRY (University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois,USA)
  2. La biblioteca virtual en los paises en vias de desarrollo: un sueno no muy lejano de convertirse en realidad
    GEORGINA ARACELI TORRES VARGAS (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico)
  3. Exploiting Internet as an enabling tool for transforming library services
    EDNA REID (Nangang Technological University, Singapore)
  4. Exploiting network information resources for collection development in libraries
    ABDUS SATTAR CHAUDHRY (King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia)
  5. Virtual libraries in Africa: a dream, or a knight in shining armour?
    BUHLE MBAMBO (University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana)

74. Open Forum of Division of Bibliographic Control (SI)

  1. IFLA Section on Bibliography: report of activities, 1994/95
    ROSS BOURNE (British Library, Boston Spa, UK)
  2. Section on Cataloguing: review of the work 1994-1995
    SUZANNE JOUGUELET (Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris,France)
  3. Section on Classification and Indexing: Review of activities, 1994-1995
    DONNA DUNCAN (McGill University, Montreal, Canada)
  4. International UBC/UNIMARC seminar in Vilnius: new ways for implementation of modern techniques in bibliography
    REGINA VARNIENE (Vilnius, Lithuania)


75. Contributed Paper Session II (SI)
  1. Quality management and library and information services: competitive advantage for the information revolution
    MARGARET K. EVANS (Loughborough University of Technology, Loughborough, UK)
  2. Will the Global Information Infrastructure be the library of the future? Central and Eastern Europe as a Case Example.
    CHRISTINE BORGMAN (University of California, Los Angeles, California, USA)
  3. Job satisfaction of the librarians in the developing countries
    EBRU KAYA (Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey)
  4. Developing new information products: a revised role for librarianship in advanced and developing countries
    PAUL WASSERMAN (University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA)
  5. Towards "literate learners" or computer-oriented libraries
    POORI SOLTANI (National Library of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Tehran, Iran)

76. Open Forum of Division of Libraries Serving the General Public (SI)

  1. Introduction to Division III: Libraries Serving the General Public
    SISSEL NILSEN and TORNY KJEKSTAD (Norwegian Library Association, Oslo, Norway)
  2. Modern Turkish public libraries: recent developments
    TULIN SAGLAMTUNC (Hacettepe University, Department of Library Science, Ankara, Turkey)
  3. Introduction to the first draft of the "Guidelines for Young Adult Library Services": Section of Children's Libraries
    ILONA GLASHOFF (Hamburg, Germany) and VIVI FAHNOE (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  4. Developing international resource kits for mobile libraries: Round Table on Mobile Libraries
    ROBERT PESTELL (State Library of Queensland, Queensland, Australia)
  5. The International Association of Metropolitan City Libraries (INTAMEL): a glance into their work and into the future
    EDWIN HOLMGREN (New York Public Library Branch Libraries, New York, USA)
  6. UNESCO/IFLA Public Library Manifesto
    HELLEN NIEGAARD (Copenhagen, Denmark)


77. IFLA Officers Training Session


78. Opening Session (Ataturk Cultural Centre) (SI)
79. Plenary Session (Ataturk Cultural Centre) (SI)


80. Reception



81. Biological and Medical Sciences Libraries
Theme: Medical Sciences and Islamic Civilization: The Role of theLibrary
  1. The role of Arab Centre for Medical Literature in the medical information infrastructure of the Arab world
    SHAWKY SALEM (Arab Center for Medical Literature, Safat, Kuwait)
  2. History of medical sciences in Islam
    AGHDAD TAGHIZADEH (Teheran, Iran)
  3. Literature searches in medicine: a comparative evaluation of manual and CD-ROM search modes
    NAZLI ALKAN (Faculty of Letters, Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey)
  4. The role of IOMS in medicine
    AHMED EL-GINDY (Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences, Suleibikhat, Kuwait)

82. Public Libraries joint with Libraries for the Blind, Libraries Serving Disadvantaged Persons, and INTAMEL
Theme: New Technologies: How Does This Influence the Library Service for Libraries Serving the General Public

PART I (continued as meetings 91 and 99)

  1. Portuguese public libraries network
    LUIS OLIVERIA MACHADO (Direccao de Servicos da Leitura Publica, Lisbon, Portugal)
  2. The library of the future: public libraries and the Internet
    CHRIS BATT (Croyden Libraries, Museum and Arts, Croyden, UK)
  3. Vom Bibliothekar zum Cybrarian - die Zukunft des Berufs in der virtuellen Bibliothek
    CLAUDIA LUX (Library of the Senate of Berlin, Berlin, Germany)

83. Library History

  1. Istanbul as a center for East-West information transfer in the 20th century
    PAMELA SPENCE RICHARDS (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA)
  2. The oldest extant Ottoman library catalogues
    ISMAEL E. ERUNSAL (Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey)
  3. Romanian libraries emerge from the past
    HERMINA G.B. ANGHELESCU (University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA)

84. Art Libraries
Theme: Islamic Art Library Collections

  1. Libraries are not for burning: international librarianship and the recovery of the destroyed heritage of Bosnia-Herzegovina
    ANDRAS J. RIEDLMAYER (Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA)
  2. The formation of an Islamic art library collection in an American museum
    DEIDRE E. LAWRENCE (Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York,USA)
  3. The art libraries of Turkey
    NURHAN ATASOY (Faculty of Letters, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey)

85. Research in Reading (SI)

  1. Functional literacy and information retrieval in Turkey
    BENOU CAPAR (University of Ankara, Ankara, Turkey)
  2. Changes in reading in socially crucial times in Estonia
    AIRA LEPIK (Tallinn Pedagogical University, Tallinn, Estonia)
  3. School influence on reading
    ZOFIA ZASACKA (Books and Reading Institute, National Library, Warsaw, Poland)
  4. Library facilities for the mentally challenged
    GLORIA DINERMAN and CONSTANCE HUDOCK (Library Co-op, Inc.,Edison, New Jersey, USA)

86. Classification and Indexing

  1. Translation and expansion of classification systems in the Arab countries and Iran
    POORI SOLTANI (National Library of Iran, Teheran, Iran)
  2. Principles underlying subject heading languages: an international approach
    MARIA INES LOPES (Instituto da Biblioteca Nacional e do Livro, Lisbon, Portugal)
  3. Subject indexing practices inTurkey
    GULBAN BAYDUR (Department of Library Science, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey)

87. Information Technology joint with Serial Publications (SI)
Theme: Electronic Publishing: Technology and Use

  1. Standards and electronic publishing
    CATHERINE LUPOVICI (JOUVE Systemes d'Information, Paris, France)
  2. Towards electronic journal articles: the publishers' technical point of view: implementation of Elsevier Science Electronic Subscriptions (EES) at the University of Tilburg: a case study
    CHRISTIAN C.P. KLUITERS (Elsevier Science Publishers BV, Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  3. Ways of using electronic documents in an academic environment
    MELVIN COLLIER (De Montfort University, Leicester, UK)
  4. The use of electronic documents in libraries
    MICHAEL MALINCONICO and JANE WARTH (University of Alabama,
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA)

87a. Government Information and Official Publications
Theme: Fifty Years of United Nations Publishing Activities

  1. Fifty years of United Nations publishing activities
    PATRICE PIGUET (Publishing Service, United Nations at Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland)
  2. A chronological perspective of the United Nations Office at Geneva Library (1919-1995)
    NINA KRIZ LENEMAN (Readers' Services and Documentation Centre, United Nations Office, Geneva, Switzerland)
  3. Information services of the International Labour Organization: a 75-year history
    (ILO Library, International Labour Organization, Geneva, Switzerland)
  4. Fifty years of publishing in FAO
    KEITH RICHMOND and JANE WU (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy)

88. Executive Board III (with Core Programme hosts and directors)


89. Guest Lecture Series I (SI)


90. Poster Sessions
  1. Professional communication for a greater public value of librarianship
    ELENA B. ARTEMEVA (State Public Library of Scientific and Technical Literature, Novosibirsk, Russia)
  2. The work of IFLA regional offices
    BIRGITTA BERGDAHL and BIRGITTA MOSSADEK (ALP Core Programme Office, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden)
  3. A spoonful of words: experiences from projects of cooperation between public libraries and children's health control centres
    LIS BYBERG (Norwegian Directorate for Public Libraries, Oslo, Norway) and SISSEL NILSEN (Norwegian Library Association, Oslo, Norway)
  4. Current work of the UAP Office
    GRAHAM CORNISH (UAP Core Programme Office, British Library DocumentSupply Centre, Boston Spa, UK)
  5. User education in the electronic library: a critical approach
    ADRIANA DRACOS and MARIA CASTRIOTTA (Instituto Superiore di Sanita, Rome, Italy)
  6. Russian libraries: growing cooperation between libraries in Russia and other independent states
    EKATERINA GENIEVA (M.I. Rudomino Library for Foreign Literature, Moscow, Russia)
  7. Strategies for library promotion and fund-raising
    JOAN HOOD (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA)and
    EVGENIA ROSINSKAYA (Rudomino Library for Foreign Literature, Moscow, Russia)
  8. How to develop an electronic interlibrary loan workstation in any library in newly developed countries: methods of selecting hardware and software
    MOUNIR KHALIL (Science Library, New York, USA)
  9. The library and the problem of sustainable development
    OLGA L. LAVRIK (State Public Library of Scientific and Technical Literature, Novosibirsk, Russia)
  10. School libraries and the rehabilitation of schooling in South Africa: counting the cost
    MARY NASSIMBENI (School of Librarianship, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, South Afric a)
  11. The Scandinavian public library system: projects and progress
    ELISABETH NILSSON (Swedish National Council for Cultural Affairs, Stockholm, Sweden)
  12. Professional communication among library and information professionals in Thailand
    CHUTIMA SACCHANAND (Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Nondhaburi, Thailand)
  13. Impact of electronic technologies on end user education in a scientificlibrary
    MAURELLA DELLA SETA and CRISTINA MANCINI (Instituto Superiore di Sanita, Rome, Italy)
  14. Collaboration between scientific libraries as a means to increase their efficiency
    ELENA B. SOBOLEVA (State Public Library of Scientific and Technical Literature, Novosibirsk, R ussia)
  15. A small link in a big chain: the impact of OhioLINK on the small academic library
    SUSAN WEAVER (Kent State University, Ohio, USA)
  16. Taming research information: a case study of an academic library in the USA
    MYOUNG C. WILSON (Alexander Library, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA)


91. Public Libraries joint with Libraries for the Blind, Libraries Serving Disadvantaged Persons, and INTAMEL
Theme: New Technologies: How Does This Influence Library Service for Libraries Serving the General Public

PART II (continuation of meeting 82; continued as meeting99)

  1. Strategies to educate librarians to introduce new technologies to users, especially disadvantaged ones
    ANNE GALLER (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada)
  2. New technologies - new opportunities? The virtual library in a prison situation
    FRANCES KAISER (National Agency for Correctional Institutions, The Hague, Netherlands)
  3. Electronic books for the visually impaired: the Norwegian project

92. Division of Regional Activities (Africa, Asia and Oceania and Latin America and the Caribbean) Open Forum
Theme: Enhancement of the Library Profession

  1. The library profession in anglophone West Africa: constraints and possibilities
    LUKMAN IBRAHEEM DISO (Department of Library Science, Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria)
  2. Enhancement of the library profession: an Asian/Pacific perspective
    ZAITON OSMAN (University of Malaysia Library)
  3. Enhancement of the library profession in the Caribbean and Latin America: a paradigm shift
    STEPHNEY FERGUSON (Department of Library Studies, University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica) and RAMNAUTH SOOKRAJ

93. Parliamentary Libraries
Theme: Parliamentary Libraries of the Future

  1. The parliamentary library of the future
    WILLIAM H. ROBINSON (Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA)
  2. The future of parliamentary research services: to lead or to follow?
    JUNE VERRIER (Parliamentary Library, Australian Parliament, Canberra, Australia)
  3. The role of assessment of services in planning future developments in parliamentary libraries
    JENNIFER TANFIELD (House of Commons Library, Houses of Parliament, London, UK)
  4. Assisting committees in the Canadian Parliament
    HUGH FINSTEN (Library of Parliament, Ottawa, Canada)
  5. The legislative support services of Japan's Diet
    FUMIHISA NAKAGAWA (Research and Legislative Reference Bureau, National Diet Library, Tokyo, Japan)

94. Library Buildings and Equipment

  1. Library buildings in Turkey
    TULIN SAGLAMTUNC (Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey)
  2. The Culture and Heritage Center in Dubai
    TERRY FARRELL (Terry Farrell andCo., Ltd., London, UK)
  3. Building and renovating for the 21st century: experience from a new project applied to updating an obsolete library
    JOANNE R. EUSTER (University of California) and CYNTHIA RIPLEY
    (Bull, Stockwell, Allen and Ripley, San Francisco, California, USA)

95. Women's Issues
Theme: Women in the World of Information

  1. Women in Chinese libraries: their status and motivation analysis
    DONG XIAOYING and ZHANG SHUHUA (Library and Information Science Department, Beijing University, Beijing, China)
  2. The Women's Library in Istanbul
    ASLLI DAVZA-MARDIN and JALE BAYSAL (Women's Library and Information Center, Istanbul, Turkey)

96. Editors of Library Journals (SI)

  1. The contribution of Turkish library journals to the future development of librarianship in Turkey
    DOGAN ATILGAN (Turkish Librarians Association, Ankara, Turkey)
  2. Professional journals within the region of Middle Asia and Kazakhstan: problems and solutions
    ROSA A. BERDIGALIEVA (National Library of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty, Kazakhstan)
  3. Professional communication through journal articles
    MAXINE ROCHESTER (School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia)
  4. Comparative librarianship as reflected in library journals
    DAN STOICA (Universitatea "Al. I. Cuza", Romania)
  5. Variation in informativity of titles of research papers in selected humanities journals: a comparative study
    MOSHE YITZHAKI (Bar-Ilan University, Department of Information Studies and Librarianship, Ramat Gan, Israel)
  6. Journal for librarians of Central Asia and Kazakhstan: organization and development
    R. BERDIGALIEVA (National Library, Republic of Kazakhstan)

96a. Rare Books and Manuscripts
Theme: The History of the Book: The Further Horizon

  1. The history of books in the Islamic world
    HIDAYET YAVUZ NUHOGLU (Research Centre for Islamic History, Istanbul, Turkey)
  2. Zur Geschichte des Buches in Deutschland (1450-1900) und zu ihrer Dokumentation
    HANS-PETER GEH (Wurttembergische Landesbibliothek, Stuttgart, Germany)
  3. The history of the book in the English-speaking world
    RICHARD LANDON (Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada)

97. Professional Board II (with Core Programme directors and Officers)


98. National Libraries
  1. National libraries and opportunities: prospectives from national libraries that are spearheading leading edge initiatives
    1. WINSTON TABB (Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA)
    2. MIRIAM KADIR (National Library of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
    3. PHILIPPE BELAVAL (Bibliotheque national de France, Paris,France)
  2. National libraries in Turkey, Middle East and Central Asia: past and present
    ALTINAY SERNIKLI (National Library of Turkey, Ankara, Turkey)

99. Public Libraries joint with Libraries for the Blind, Libraries ServingDisadvantaged Persons and INTAMEL (SI)
Theme: New Technologies: How Does This Influence Library Service forLibraries Serving the General Public

PART III (continuation of meetings 82 and 91)

  1. The Canadian information highway: special needs addressed
    MARY FRANCES LAUGHTON (Social and Informatics Applications, Industry Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
  2. Extra large: large print on demand
    MARIJ SCHOLS (Nederlandse Luister en Braille Bibliotheek, The Hague, Netherlands)
  3. The information highway and the print handicapped
    NORMAN COOMBS (Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, USA)

100. Education and Training (SI)
Theme: Internationalizing and Integration of New Topics into LISCurriculum

  1. Integration of new courses into LIS curriculum: the case of Berzsenyi College for East-West cooperation
    MIHALY PALVOLGYI (Konyvtar-Informatikai Tanszek, Szombathely, Hungary)
  2. Applications in teaching case study research methods
    LEENA SIITONEN (Information Consultant, Lieto, Finland)
  3. Multifunctional information - news demand for training?
    IRENE WORMELL (Royal School of Librarianship, Copenhagen,Denmark)
  4. Comment traduire la convergence des methodes, modeles et des outils dans un cursus interdisciplinaire
    LAURENCE JACQMIN (Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
  5. Creating professional information intermediaries
    ANA FLAVIA FONSECA (World Bank, Washington DC, USA)
  6. Integration of new topics into LIS curricula and harmonization of LIS programmes: objectives and limits

101. International Association of Law Libraries (IALL)
Theme: New Economic and Legal Relationships among Nations: The Black Sea Economic Cooperation Zone - Its Structure and Information Sources

  1. Documentation for multinational organizations
    1. BELMA BAYAR (Law Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA)
    2. YILMAZ ALTUG (Faculty of Law, University of Istanbul, Beyazit, Istanbul, Turkey)
    3. GARETH M. WINROW (Department of Political Science, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey)
    4. CEVAT KARATAS (Department of Political Science, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey)

102. Management
Theme: Marketing in Libraries

  1. Reflections of the improvements in modern marketing understanding on public libraries in Turkey
    NESLIHAN URAZ (Library Science Department, University of Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey)
  2. Les bibliothecaires et le marketing: implications pour la formation
    REJEAN SAVARD (Ecole de bibliotheconomie et des sciences de l'information, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada)
  3. The library is yours. A campaign for the public libraries in Sweden during 1992-1994
    CHRISTINA TOVOTE (Information for Public Relations and Marketing, City Library of Lund, Lund, Sweden)
  4. La promotion du livre et de la lecture a travers l'affiche
    MARIELLE DE MIRIBEL (Mediadix, Universite de Paris X, Nanterre, France)
  5. Should libraries engage in marketing?
    TONY LEISNER (J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, USA)

103. Cataloguing

  1. State of cataloguing in Turkey
    DUGAN ATLIGAN (School of Library Science, Faculty of Letters, University of Ankara, Ankara, Turkey)
  2. Non-Roman Script Materials in North American Libraries: Automation and International Exchange
    JOHN EILTS (Research Libraries Group, Mountain View, California,USA)
  3. Towards a national cooperative cataloguing system for manuscripts inTurkey
    RICHARD HARTLEY and MEHMET KUCUK (Department of Library and Information Management, University of Northumbria at Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK)

104. Geography and Map Libraries

  1. A general view on the libraries containing maps in Turkey
    OZGUL SURMELI (Turkey)
  2. Digital cartography in Sweden: a survey and some examples
    GORAN BAARNHIELM (Stockholm, Sweden)
  3. La numerisation des documents cartographiques: problemes techniques et juridiques; L'experience de la Bibliotheque nationale de France
    PIERRE-YVES DUCHEMIN (Bibliotheque nationale de France, Departement des Cartes et Plans, Paris, France)


105. Entertainment



106. Conference of Directors of National Libraries (CDNL)


107. Library tours


108. Libraries Serving Multicultural Populations joint with Africa
Theme: Collection Development for Libraries Serving AfricanPopulations
  1. Welcome and introduction
    KAY RASEROKA (University Library of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana) andSTAN SKRZESZEWSKI (ASM Consultants, London, Ontario,Canada)
  2. Preservation of indigenous languages in Africa
    A.A. ALEMNA (Department of Library and Archival Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana)
  3. Sources for African languages materials from the countries of anglophone Africa
    ALFRED KAGAN (University of Illinois Library, Urbana-Champlain, Illinois, USA)
  4. Les langues vernaculaires en afrique noire francophone: edition et enseignement
    SOUAD HUBERT (Bibliotheque Publique d'Information, Centre G. Pompidou, Paris, France)
  5. Report on the library materials in the languages of Africa
    PAUL BRICKHILL (APNET, Zimbabwe) and M. FAJEMISIN (Ibadan State University, Ibadan, Nigeria)
  6. Summary and strategies for future action
    MARY O'NEILL (British Council, Manchester, UK)

109. Children's Literature Documentation Centres

  1. The work of the Center for Children's and Adolescent Books, Greece
    ELGA CAVADIAS-HATZOPOULOS (Center for Children's and Adolescent Books, Athens, Greece)
  2. to be announced
    ANNE DE VRIES (NBLC, The Hague, Netherlands)
  3. to be announced

110. Acquisition and Exchange joint with Government Information and Official Publications, Rare Books and Manuscripts and the UAP Core Programme (SI)
Theme: Providing Access to Collections and Services in a Time ofChange

Part I (continued as meeting no. 119)

  1. Report on the activities of the Division of Collections and Services
    ULRICH MONTAG (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich, Germany)
  2. Acquisitions in an electronic age: building the foundations for access
    JIM VICKERY (British Library, Boston Spa, UK)
  3. Government information in a world of change
    STEVEN D. ZINK (University Libraries, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, USA)
  4. Providing access to rare book and manuscripts collections and services in a time of change: the electronic revolution
    HENRY SNYDER (Center for Bibliographical Studies and Research, University of California, Riverside, California, USA)

111. Conservation
Theme: The Future of Collections in Library Buildings: Library Buildings and Preservation

  1. Housing our collections: environment and storage for libraries andarchives
    MIRJAM FOOT (Department of Collections and Preservation, British Library, London, UK)
  2. The National Library of New Zealand building: purpose-built for preservation: what we've learned in the first ten years of operation
    FRANK FABRY (Conservation Services, National Library of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand)
  3. Die Konigliche Bibliothek bleibt an ihrem Platz. Strategien und Erfahrungen wahrend des Ausbaus der Koniglichen Bibliothek in Stockholm. Der Zustand der Sammlungen in den neuen unterirdischen Magazinen
    WOLFGANG UNDORF (Collection and Preservation Section, Royal Library, National Library of Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden)

112. Bibliography
Theme: The Evolution of National Bibliographies

  1. Bibliographic control of minority languages
    EWA LIPNIACKA (London and South East Library Region, London, UK)
  2. The making of the Namibia national bibliography
    BARBARA L. BELL (College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio, USA)
  3. Cataloguer du turc en caracteres arabes: en quelle(s) graphie(s)?
    SARA YONTAN MUSNIK (Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris,France)
  4. Agence bibliographique nationale francaise: tradition et innovation
    ISABELLE BOUDET (Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris, France)

113. User Education (SI)
Theme: Educating Users Internationally

  1. User education and information literacy for the next decade: an international perspective
    HANNELORE B. RADER (Library, Cleveland State University, Cleveland Ohio, USA)
  2. User education in academic libraries: a study of trends and developments in Southern Africa
    BABAKISI T. FIDZANI (Library, University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana)
  3. EDUCATE: a networked user education project in Europe
    NANCY FJALLBRANDT (Information Services, Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg, Sweden)
  4. Current trends in user education in the United States
    BARBARA WITTKOPF (Louisiana State University Libraries, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. USA)


114. Guest Lecture Series II(SI)


115. Poster Sessions

(See list under meeting no. 90)


116. Library Services to Multicultural Populations joint with Africa (Continuation of meeting no. 108)

117. Children's Libraries (SI)
Theme: Children's Literature and Library Services in Turkey and in Countries Serving Multicultural Populations including Turks

  1. Children's literature in Turkey
    FAITH ERDOGAN (Library Science Department, Istanbul University, Galatasaray, Istanbul, Turkey)
  2. Library services for young immigrants especially Turkish immigrants and their descendants
    SUSANNE SCHNEEHORST (Library Services for Immigrants, Nurnberg Public Library, Nurnberg, Germany)

118. Social ScienceLibraries
Theme: Ongoing Projects in Internet for Social Sciences

  1. Scholarly communication and the use of networked information sources
    YASAR TONTA (Department of Library Science, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey)
  2. Internet penetration and future perspectives in Japan
    KINJI ONO (Research and Development Department, National Centre for Science Information Systems, Tokyo, Japan)
  3. No time to WAISt: bringing local library friendliness to the Internet
    REPKE EDUARD DE VRIES (Steinmetz Archive, Amsterdam,Netherlands)

119. Serial Publications joint with Document Delivery and Interlending, Newspapers and the UAP Core Programme
Theme: Providing Access to Collections and Services in a Time ofChange

Part II (continued from meeting no. 110)

  1. Electronic journals: delivery, use, and access
    FYTTON ROWLAND (Department of Information and Library Studies, Loughborough University of Technology. Loughborough, UK)
  2. Access to newspaper collections and content in a time of change
    GEOFF SMITH (British Library Newspaper Library, London, UK)
  3. The changing role of document delivery and interlending in libraries
    UNA M. GOURLAY (Document Delivery and Fee-Based Services, Rice University Library, Houston, Texas, USA) and PENTTI VATTULAINEN (National Repository Library, Kuopio, Finland)

120. Library Theory and Research
Theme: Professional Communication

  1. The hidden research in library and information studies
    PATRICIA LAYZELL WARD (University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK)
  2. Turkish research activity in LIS as conveyed by the literature
    AYSEL YONTAR (University of Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey)
  3. A conceptual model for the study of library development in Third World countries
    AIMEE THOUMY (Jounieh, Lebanon)

121. Statistics (SI)
Theme: Evaluation dans les bibliotheques

  1. Measuring quality: the IFLA guide for performance measurement in academic libraries
    ROSWITHA POLL (Universitats- und Landesbibliothek, Munster,Germany)
  2. L'avant-projet de norme internationale sur les indicateurs de performance des bibliotheques
    PIERRE CARBONE (Ministere de l'enseignement superieur et de la recherche, Paris, France)
  3. The next generation of performance indicators
    JOHN W. SUMSION (Department of Library and Library Studies, Loughborough University of Technology, Loughborough, UK) and SUZANNE WARD (De Montfort University, eicester, UK)
  4. Performance measurement in public and special libraries: similarities and differences
    JAN BRUUSGAARD (Government Administrative Services, Oslo,Norway)

122. Latin America and the Caribbean
Theme: The Future of Bibliographic Materials

  1. Los nuevos materiales bibliotecarios y la gestion de la informacion libro electronico - biblioteca electonica
    MARCIA ROSETTO (Sistema Integrado de Bibliotecas, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil)
  2. Los medios alternativos a la industria editorial para obtener informacion
    ESTELA MORALES (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico)
  3. The changing format of library materials: implications for developing countries
    JOHN AARONS (National Library of Jamaica, Kingston, Jamaica)
  4. La nueva sede de la Biblioteca Nacional Venezolana: proyecto arquitectonico para la preservacion y conservacion de la memoria colectiva nacional y universal
    ELVIRA MUNOZ GIMENEZ (National Library of Venezuela, Caracas, Venezuela)

123. Management of Library Associations
Theme: Organizational Change: How Library Associations Engage New Technology

  1. Identity, integrity, legitimacy and internal acceptance - four key factors to be pursued by any successful organization in the future
    AKE LINDSTROM (DIK Association, Nacka, Sweden)
  2. Electronic publishing and electronic services at the Association of Research Libraries (USA)
    ANN OKERSON (Association of Research Libraries, Washington DC,USA)
  3. The challenge of choice: training and organizational development services for libraries in the "new world"
    BRENDA MCCONCHIE (Australian Information Management Association, Australia)
  4. The Turkish Library Association: today and tomorrow
    SELMA ASLAN (British Council Library, Ankara, Turkey)


123a. Parliamentary Libraries Informal Meeting


124. Mobile Libraries
  1. The changing role of mobile libraries in Africa
    DANE M. WARD (Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA)
  2. Extending European information access through mobile library services: some first results
    IOANNIS TROHOPOULOS (Veria Public Library, Veria, Greece)
  3. Mobile library services in Turkey
    AYHAN KAYGUSUZ (Ministry of Culture, Ankara, Turkey)
  4. Bookmobiles travel on the information superhighway
    ERNEST DIMATTIA (Ferguson Library, Stamford, Connecticut, USA)

125. School Libraries (SI)
Theme: Planning for School Libraries of the Future

  1. School librarians: guidelines for competency requirements
    SIGRUN KLARA HANNESDOTTIR (Faculty of Social Science, Reykjavik, Iceland)
  2. The future roles and functions of the school libraries: a project for Turkish school libraries
    H. INCI ONAL (Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey)
  3. Les bibliotheques scolaires comme outil de formation a l'information du citoyen de l'an 2000: l'exemple francais: les CDI des etablissements scolaires
    FRANCE VERNOTTE (IUFM Fort Griffon, Besancon, France)
  4. Leadership for collaboration: making vision work
    LYN HAY and JAMES HENRI (School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia)

126. Continuing Professional Education
Theme: Responsibilities of Library Schools to Support Graduates throughout theLife of their Careers

  1. Focus on the theme of the session
  2. Planning World Continuing Education Conference III
    BLANCHE WOOLLS (University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA)
  3. Feasibility study
    ELIZABETH AVERSA (Catholic University of America, Washington DC, USA)
  4. Assuring continuing professional education: roles and responsibilities of library information professionals, organizations and educators
  5. to be announced
    IRFAN CAKIN (Department of Library Science, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey)
  6. to be announced
    JENS THORHAUGE (Royal School of Librarianship, Copenhagen,Denmark)
  7. to be announced
    MERAL ALPAY (School of Library Science, Istanbul University, Istanbul,Turkey)

127. Science and Technology Libraries joint with Biological and Medical Sciences Libraries
Theme: Archiving the Electronic Journal
Chair: Patricia Yocum (Science Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)

  1. Archiving electronic journals from the serial information provider's perspective
    WIM LUIJENDIJK (EBSCO Subscription Services - Europe, Aalsmeer, Netherlands)
  2. Le document electronique et ses consequences sur les professionnels de la chaine de l'information
    CHRISTIAN LUPOVICI (INIST, Vandoeuvre les Nancy, France)
  3. Handling electronic information: the librarian's changing role
    DOLORES M. HOELLE (Princeton University Libraries, Princeton, New Jersey, USA)
  4. Archiving the Electronic Journal
    BELA HATVANY (SilverPlatter Information Ltd., London, UK)
  5. Electronic Journal Access at Tilburg University: A coordinated effort of the library, the computer centre and publisher
    CHRIS KLUITERS Academic Publishing Division, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands)
    1. Christine Deschamps (Bibliotheque de l'Universite Paris V, Paris, France)
    2. Yasar Tonta (Hacettepe University, Faculty of Letters, Ankara, Turkey)

    128. University Libraries and other General Research Libraries (SI)
    Theme: Document Delivery versus Ownership: Cost Implications and Decision- making

    1. Access versus ownership: how real an alternative is it?
      Acceso frente a propiedad : ¿hasta qué punto es una alternativa real?
      MAURICE B. LINE (Library Consultant, Harrogate, UK)
    2. Access versus ownership: a SUNY university center libraries' study of the economics of document delivery
      BARBARA VON WAHLDE (State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, USA)
    3. The challenge of technology: document delivery versus ownership from developing countries perspective
      DILEK CETINDAMAR KARAOMERLIOGLU (Bogazici University Library, Istanbul, Turkey)
      Panel discussion

    129. Government Libraries
    Theme: The Internet: Information for Government Libraries

    1. Introduction to the Internet: information for government libraries
      EDWARD J. VALAUSKAS (Internet Mechanics, Chicago, Illinois, USA)
    2. The Internet: information for government libraries: selected sources in the Americas and Europe
      JUDITH R. BERNSTEIN (Parish Memorial Business/Economics Library,
      University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA)
    3. The library of the Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) and the Internet: a case study
      SERHAT CAKIR (TUBITAK, Ankara, Turkey)
    4. The use of Internet in government libraries: the case of Turkey
      HASAN ISIN DENERK (University of Hacettepe,De partment of Business Administration),
      SERHAT CAKIR (Middle East Technical University, Department of Physics),
      AYTAC YILDIZELI (Scientific and Technical Research Center of Turkey),
      TAYFUN GULL (Export Promotion Center of Turkey),
      HATICE KUBRA BAHSISOGLU (General Directorate ofWomen's Status and Problems),
      NESRIN INCE (Central Bank of Turkey), AYLA ANADOLU (State Institute of Statistics),
      GULSEMA AYDEMIR (Undersecretariat for Finance), and
      NESLIHAN KOCABAY (StatePlanning Organization)

    130. Audiovisual Media
    Theme: Multimedia: New Projects, New Horizons

    1. No more hidden treasures in the library: some multimedia projects at Lund University Library
      KERSTIN DAHL (Automation Department, Lund University Library, Lund, Sweden)
    2. Le programme audiovisuel de la Bibliotheque nationale de France
      GERALD GRUNBERG (Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris, France)
    3. JUKEBOX: a project of a new service for library users
      MARIA CARLA SOTGIU (Discoteca di Stato, Rome, Italy)
    4. Desarollo multimedial de las Bibliotecas Popular de la Argentina
      DANIEL RAMON RIOS (Comision National Protectora de Bibliotecas Populares, Buenos Aires, Argentina)


    131. Reception and Concert



    132. Cataloguing: Workshop
    Theme: Multiscript/Multilingual/Multicharacter Issues for the OnlineEnvironment
    1. Unicode: based on the ISO/IEC 10646 standard
      JOAN ALIPRAND (Research Libraries Group, Mountain View, California, USA)
    2. Turkish experiences with multiscript, multicharacter, multilingual cataloguing issues
      AHMET CELENKOGLU (National Library, Ankara, Turkey)
    3. Swiss and Finnish perspectives on multilingual, multicharacter set data in library systems and networks
      GENIEIVE CLAVEL (Swiss National Library, Bern, Switzerland) and
      RIITA LEHTINEN (Automation Unit of Finnish Research Libraries, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland)
    4. System of multilingual catalogues and the problems arising at the initial stage of electronic database creation
      LJUDMILA A. TEREKHOVA (Library for Foreign Literature, Moscow, Russia)
    5. Cataloguing of documents of multilingual catalogues of libraries of Russia: analysis of the problem situation
      NATALIA N. KASPAROVA (Russian State Library, Moscow, Russia)
    6. Nine problems concerning Arabic
      CHARLOTTE WIEN (Centre for Contemporary Middle East Studies, Odense University, Odense, Denmark)

    133. Education and Training joint with Library Theory and Research: workshop
    Theme: Teaching Research Methods

    1. Making sense of research in business and government issues: the education and training of information specialists
      IAN JOHNSON (Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK)
    2. Librarian education for utilizing new technologies including networked information sources
      DIANNE RUSCH-FEJA (Germany)
    3. Teaching theoretical research methods versus training students to carry out individual research projects: a first predicament -
      the researchproposal
      ABDELHAMID MISKI (Morocco)
    4. The teaching of statistical research methods at the School of Information Science in Rabat: problems of content and pedagogical methodology
    5. Applications in teaching bibliometrics
      SARA VON UNGERN-STERNBERG (Department of Library and Information Science, Abo Akademi University, Turku, Finland)
    6. Applications in teaching new media technology as a basis for research in children's reading
      IRENE SEVER (University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel)

    133a. Education and Training: Workshop
    Theme: Turkish LIS Curricula

    Papers will be presented by Turkish educators and librarians on LIS education and intellectual freedom

    134. Document Delivery and Interlending: Workshop
    Theme: The Role and Involvement of the Library User in Document Delivery and Interlending

    1. User-initiated interlibrary loan systems
      JAMES G. NEAL (Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA)
    2. The development, current status and future of document delivery and interlending systems (not confirmed)
      MARY JACKSON (Association of Research Libraries, Washington DC,USA)
    3. Planning for wider user involvement in document delivery and interlending in the Nordic countries
      AGNETA LINDH (Royal Library/National Library of Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden)
    4. The United Kingdom experience (not confirmed)
      GRAHAM CORNISH (British Library Document Supply Centre, Boston Spa, UK)
    5. The expanding role of electronic and networked information in interlending and document delivery
      MOUNIR KHALIL (Science Library, City College of New York, New York, USA)

    135. Information Technology joint with the UDT Core Programme: Workshop
    Theme: The Internet and the World Wide Web

    1. Overview of the Internet and WWW
      LEIGH SWAIN (National Library of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
    2. Using Gopher and WWW navigation
      STEVE CISLER (Apple Computers, USA)
    3. Constructing the Web site
      GARY CLEVELAND (National Library of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario,Canada)

    136. Workshop on Collection, Development, Accessibility and Retrievability of Online and Offline Information
    Theme: From Print to Electronic Publishing: New Opportunities for Library Services

    Topics to be covered:

    ARNOUD DE KEMP (Springer-VerlagPublish ers, Heidelberg, Germany)

    136a. Social Sciences Libraries: Workshop
    Theme: CD-ROM Issues and Developments

    1. CD-ROM and the end-user:power to the people
      SHARON TAYLOR (University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada)
    2. Multimedia CD-ROMs and beyond...
      CHING-CHIH CHEN (Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
    3. The use of social science CD-ROMs in German libraries: results of an empirical study
      HANS-CHRISTOPH HOBOHM (Fachhochschule Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany)
    4. Standards that maximize our newest information tool: standards andCD-ROM
      PATRICIA HARRIS (National Information Standards Organization, USA)
    5. Which will die first? The CD-ROM or document delivery?
      DAVID BRADBURY (British Library Document Supply Centre, Boston Spa, UK)
    6. Librarians' experience on CD-ROM networking
      SEZEN TAN (ITS, Ankara, Turkey)
    7. The CD-ROM: tool of the scientific French-speaking communities
      SERGE CACALY (AUPELF-UREF, Agence francophone pour l'enseignement superieur et la recherche, Paris, France)
    8. Is there a future for CD-ROM in developing countries?
      GILLES DESCHATELETS (Ecole de bibliotheconomie et des sciences de l'information, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
    9. Kissing the Sleeping Beauty:lesso ns from CTA's CD-ROM programme
      ANDRIES DUSINK (Centre Technique de Cooperation Agricole et Rurale, Ede, Netherlands)
    10. The future of CD-ROM: a veteran CD-ROM vendor's viewpoint
      MIKE REID (KR Information, Inc., Mountain View, California, USA)
    11. The future of CD-ROM in the worldwide library
      JANE WOOLNOUGH (SilverPlatter, Ltd., London, UK)

    137. Library Tours
    138. Social Sciences Libraries Visit to Istanbul Chamber of Commerce*

    Standing Committee meetings
    139. Africa SC II
    140. Asia and Oceania SC II
    141. Biological and Medical Sciences Libraries SC II
    142. Classification SC II
    143. Latin America and the Caribbean SC II
    (144 open)
    145. Rare Books and Manuscripts SCII
    146. Serial Publications SC II
    147. School Libraries SC II
    148. University Libraries and other General Research Libraries SC II


    149. Acquisition and Exchange: Workshop

    150. Art Libraries: Workshop
    Theme: Libraries of the Future: The Impact of Modern Technology such as Imaging, on Art Librarianship

    1. The virtual museum comes to campus: two perspectives on the Museum Educational Site Licensing project of the Getty Art History Information Programme
      ANGELA GIRAL (Avery Architectural and Fine Art Library, Columbia University, New York, USA) and JEANNETTE DIXON (Hirsch Library, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, USA)
    2. Art in the Web: an advanced information workstation as a tool for art research in the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague
      MARCO DE NIET and MAGGY WISHAUPT (Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, Netherlands)
    3. Australian visual arts: libraries and the new technologies
      JOHN THOMSON (Research Library, national Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia) and
      JOYE VOLKER (Institute of the Arts, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia)
    4. The George Fullard electronic art book project
      JOHN KIRBY (School of Cultural Studies, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK)
    5. Aberdeen Art Gallery image database project: a prototype project to create and maintain a low-cost art image database
      JOHN W. MURDOCH, ROBERT NEWTON and F. DOUGLAS ANDERSON(School of Library and Information Studies, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK)
    6. Image processing and database system in the National Museum of Western Art (Tokyo): an integrated system for art research
      HIROYUKI HATANO (National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, Japan)

    151. Library Theory and Research joint with Public Libraries: Workshop
    Theme: Planning for the future role of research and information

    1. Futures Research Methodologies: Linking Today’s Decisions With Tomorrow’s Possibilities
      DARLENE E. WEINGAND (Wisconsin, USA)
    2. Theory, research and practice: the DNH review on the future of public libraries in England and Wales
    3. Researching rural information provision: a case study
      KINGO MCHOMBU (Botswana)
    4. Perceptions et utilisation des resultats de la recherche par les professionnels de l'information au Quebec
      PAULETTE BERNHARD (Ecole de bibliotheconomie et des sciences de l'information, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada)
    5. Role of libraries for the development of children
    6. Changing role of library and information professionals
      JENS THORHAUGE (Denmark)

    152. Management: Workshop
    Theme: Managing Change

    One presenter, Maureen Sullivan will conduct an interactive session on managing change.
    No papers will be presented.

    (153 open)

    154. Parliamentary Libraries: Workshop
    Theme: Parliamentary Libraries of the Eastern Mediterranean-Black SeaCrescent

    Papers will be presented by the national delegates from the participating countries: Greece, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Syria, Ukraine followed by discussions.

    154a. Library Services to Multicultural Populations joint with ROTNAC: Workshop


    (155 open)

    156. University Libraries joint with User Education: Workshop
    Theme: Internet Training and Use Internationally

    1. Internet training in the USA
      ISABEL A. STIRLING (Library, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, USA)
    2. Teaching the Internet in China
      SALLY CHENG-HUA SHEN (Beijing University Library, Beijing, China)
    3. Design of WWW browser navigation applications for improved Internet access
      IRMA PASANEN (Information Services, Helsinki University of Technology Library, Espoo, Finland)

    157. Regional Activities: Workshop
    Theme: Network and Virtual Libraries

    1. Computer networking and virtual library experience in the Pacific
      SIN JOAN YEE (University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji)
    2. Virtual Libraries: Their Potential for Less Developed Countries
      JESUS LAU (Mexico)
    3. to be announced
      FELIX UBOGU (University of Botswana)

    158. Rare Books and Manuscripts: Workshop
    Theme: Imaging Rare Books and Manuscripts: The Use of DigitizingTechnology

    1. The Iconoclass Project
      HANS BRANDHORST (Iconoclass Research and Development Group, Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands)
    2. Digitization for preservation needs at the British Library
      EDMUND M.B. KING (British Library,London , UK)
    3. The Incipit Project
      LOTTE HELLINGA (British Library, London, UK)

    159. Science and Technology Libraries joint with User Education: Workshop
    Theme: Electronic Journals: Access, Use and Implications forTraining
    "Implications for Users and Librarians"

    1. Electronic journal collection analysis
      TOM NISONGER (School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA)
    2. Scholars and e-journals
      JAN OLSEN (Mann Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA)
    3. Training issues
      TUIJA SONKKILA (Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo, Finland)
    4. Technical access issues
      SUZANNE GREFSHEM (National Institutes of Health Library, Bethesda, Maryland, USA)
    5. Publishing an e-journal for the library
      MARINA ZALUZHSKAYA (Russian National Public Library for Science and Technology, Moscow, Russia)
      Publishers' Round Table
    6. NANCY FOGARTY (Chapman Hall, USA)
    7. ARNOUD DE KEMP (Springer Verlag, Germany)
    8. TED CARIS (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts)

    160. Bibliography SC II
    161. Cataloguing SC II
    162. Children's Libraries SC II
    163. Document Delivery and Interlending SC II
    164. Geography and Map Libraries SCII
    165. Government Information and Official Publications SC II
    166. Government Libraries SC II
    167. Libdings and Equipment SC II
    170. Public Libraries SC II
    171. Statistics SC II
    171a. Libraries for the Blind SC II


    172. Entertainment



    173. Acquisition and Exchange SC II
    174. Art Libraries SC II
    175.Conservation SSC II
    176. Education and Training SC II
    177. Information Technology SC II
    178. Library Theory and Research SC II
    179. National Libraries SC II
    180. Parliamentary Libraries SC II
    181. Science and Technology Libraries SC II
    182. Social Sciences Libraries SC II
    182a. Library Services to Multicultural Populations SCII


    183. IFLA Conference Organizers


    184. General Research Libraries CB II
    185. Special Libraries CB II
    186. Libraries Serving the General Public CB II
    187. Bibliographic Control CB II
    188. Collections and Services CB II
    189. Management and Technology CB II
    190. Education and Research CB II
    191. Regional Activities CB II


    192. Professional Board III


    193. Executive Board IV (with representatives of CDNL, FID, ICA and UNESCO)


    194. Professional Board IV

    15:00- 18:00

    195. Council II and Closing Session Ataturk Cultural Centre (SI)


    196. Reception and Concert


    197. Excursions