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World Library and Information Congress: 73rd IFLA General Conference and Council
"Libraries for the future: Progress, Development and Partnerships"
19-23 August 2007, Durban, South Africa
Call for Papers
Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Section
Theme: Using Technology to Improve Interlending and Resource Sharing Services
The theme for the program presented by the IFLA Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Section at the World Library and Information Congress: 73nd IFLA General Conference and Council in Durban, South Africa, 19 - 23 August, 2007 is "Using Technology to Improve Interlending and Resource Sharing Services". We welcome your proposals for presentations at this session.
The IFLA Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Section invites librarians, faculty, technologists and other interested parties to participate in the 2-hour open session on this theme. The session will consist of 3-4 papers.
Please submit a detailed, one-page abstract (in English) of a proposed paper and relevant biographical information of author(s)/presenter(s). Papers must not have been published elsewhere.
Authors will be advised before 16 March, 2007 if their paper has been selected.
If selected, a full written paper will be required by 15 May 2007.
The main theme of the 2007 IFLA General Conference and Council is "Libraries for the future: Progress, Development and Partnerships", and being able to offer a consistently reliable document delivery and ILL service to local and distant users as well as to other libraries is a cornerstone activity of today's libraries, encompassing progress, development and partnership.
Please note that the expenses of attending the Durban conference (including travel, expenses and conference fee) will be the responsibility of the author(s)/presenter(s) of accepted papers, and at least one of the presenters/authors must be present for the program.
Abstracts should be sent to: