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Subject: Re: [IFLA-L] Register Now for IFLA Rethinking Access Conference
From: "E.N. Namhila" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 11 Jun 2008 09:05:08 -0700
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Dear Colleagues
I am truly encouraged by the speakers and the themes addressed by this 
conference. I will not be able to attend, but I look forward to reading 
your papers on the web.  Best regards
Ellen

Ellen Ndeshi Namhila
University Librarian

University of Namibia Library
Private Bag 13301
340 Madume Ndemufayo Ave
Pionnerspark,Windhoek
Namibia
Telephone:  +264 61 206 3873
Fax:	    +264 61 206 3876
Cell phone: +264 81 129 6738
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URL:	    http://www.unam.na



Poul Erlandsen wrote:
>
>  
>
> *Register Now for IFLA /Rethinking Access/ Conference 
> <http://www.bcr.org/publications/bcreview/2008/05/register-now-for-ifla-rethinking-access.html>** 
> *
>
>  
>
> Registration is now open for the IFLA satellite meeting "Rethinking 
> Access to Information: Evolving Perspectives on Information Content 
> and Delivery," being held at the Boston (MA) Public Library, August 
> 6-7, 2008. The focal point of this exciting international event is the 
> idea that libraries need to stop looking at designing processes and 
> systems to suit librarians. Rather, they need to adapt and modify 
> their processes and systems to suit users.
>
> The conference sessions are planned to feature innovative ideas from 
> around the globe that address how libraries are rethinking their 
> processes in document delivery and resource sharing, acquisitions and 
> collection development and reference and information services.
>
>  
>
>  
>
> The conference speakers include:
>
>  
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>     * Lorcan Dempsey, OCLC VP and Chief Strategist
>     * Poul Erlandsen, National Library of Education, Denmark
>     * Sharon Karasmanis, La Trobe University, Australia
>     * Catherine Davidson, York University and Amy Greenberg, Scholars
>       Portal, Canada
>     * Keith Webster and Heather Todd, University of Queensland, Australia
>     * Patrick Danowski, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Germany
>     * Sarah McHugh, Montana State Library
>     * Brenda Bailey-Hainer, BCR President and CEO
>     * Steven Abrams, Sirsi/Dynix VP for Innovation
>
>  
>
> For information on other speakers as well as conference registration 
> see the conference website
>
> http://www.bcr.org/rethinkingaccess/
>
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>
>  
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Poul Erlandsen
>
> Afdelingsleder / Head of Dept.
> Dokumentlevering & Samlinger/ Document Access Services & Collection 
> Management
> Danmarks Pædagogiske Bibl. / National Library of Education
> Postbox 840 / PO Box 840
> 2400 København NV / DK-2400 Copenhagen NV
> Danmark / Denmark
>
> Tlf. 88 88 93 06 / Phone +45 88 88 93 06
> Mobil 26 30 66 78 / Cell +45 26 30 66 78
> Fax 88 88 93 92 / Fax +45 88 88 93 92
> E-mail [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> 
> WWW http://www.dpb.dpu.dk <http://www.dpb.dpu.dk/>
>
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