Content tagged Infographics
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- The 10-Minute Digital Librarian
The pandemic has underlined the importance of digital tools as a means of reaching and serving communities. However, for many in the library field, working with digital tools is clearly...
Publication - 27 May 2021
- Why Public Access Matters
Libraries were early adopters of the internet, seeing its potential to connect people to ever more information. While numbers of people with home connections has increased, the...
Publication - 11 November 2020
- How to Spot Fake News – COVID-19 Edition
With fighting misinformation around COVID-19 a key part of the overall response to the pandemic, libraries have the reputation and the skills to make an important contribution. IFLA has...
Publication - 16 April 2020
- SDG Storytelling Flowchart
How to know if you are ready to submit your story to the Library Map of the World The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) continue to be a major focus of IFLA’s advocacy...
Publication - 7 March 2019
- Information for Development: Why Access Matters Across the SDGs?
When the United Nations Member States agreed the 2030 Agenda, they recognised that without specific targets and a framework for measuring progress, the Sustainable Development Goals...
Publication - 27 December 2018
- International Literacy Day 2018 - Infographic
For International Literacy Day 2018, we asked the members of IFLA's Literacy and Reading Session to share their favourite quotes about libraries and literacy. This...
Publication - 8 September 2018
- Libraries and the 2030 Agenda in 2019 - A Timeline
2019 will be a big year at the UN. The regular regional and global forum and voluntary national reviews taking a specific focus on education, employment, equality and access to...
Publication - 23 August 2018
- Copyright Matters for School Libraries
Publication - 23 April 2018
- Copyright Matters for Public Libraries
Publication - 23 April 2018
- European copyright reform: Performing for Libraries?
The European Union is in the process of reforming its copyright law. The reforms set out the ambitious goal of bringing the regime up to date with the digital age, with rules affecting libraries...
Publication - 8 March 2018
- Fair use and fair dealing for libraries
Copyright is present in many librarians’ everyday work. Even when it is complicated and unnecessarily burdensome, librarians need to be able to deal with the laws they have in order...
Publication - 28 February 2018
- How To Spot Fake News
Critical thinking is a key skill in media and information literacy, and the mission of libraries is to educate and advocate its importance. Discussions about fake news has led to a new...
Publication - 1 February 2017