ERIC Number: ED326214
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988-Sep
Reference Count: N/A
IFLA General Conference 1988. Open Forum on IFLA Core Programs; Section on INTAMEL; Libraries Serving Disadvantaged Persons; Libraries for the Blind; Children's Libraries; School Libraries.
International Federation of Library Associations, The Hague (Netherlands).
Twenty-one papers from the Open Forum on Core Programs are included in this collection: (1) "The IFLA (International Federal of Library Associations) UAP (Universal Availability of Publications) Programme" (M. F. Plassard, IFLA Programme Officer); (2) "Progress Report on IFLA Core Programme for Universal Dataflow and Telecommunications (UDT)" (L. Swain, Canada); (3) "The IFLA UBCIM (Universal Bibliographic Control International MARC) Programme" (W. Roberts, IFLA Programme Officer); (4) "Core Programme on Preservation and Conservation" (M. Smith, Australia); (5) "Public Library Cooperation in the New York Metropolitan Area" (E. Holmgren, United States); (6) "Cooperation--The Key to Services for People with Special Needs" (V. Moon, Australia); (7) "Public Library Services to Business and Industry" (H. Tait, New Zealand); (8) "How To Develop and Maintain Library Services in Hospitals on a Professional Basis: The Swedish Experience" (G. Malmgren-Neale, Sweden); (9) "Adult Literacy Provisions in Australia" (C. Yuen & V. Moon, Australia); (10) "Project Progress Report--Working Group on Illiteracy" (E. Dimattia, United States & L. Siitonen, Finland); (11) "Let Us All Enjoy a Book" (I. Tucker, Australia); (12) "The Philosophy of Library Services for People with Disabilities--An Incentive to Change?" (S. Bruhn, Australia); (13) "Audio Services for the Blind and Partially Sighted in Public Libraries" (C. F. Pinion, United Kingdom); (14) "Parents Sharing and Encouraging Children's Reading in Australia" (H. Hume, Australia); (15) "Reading Programmes for Pre-School Maori Children (Kohnaga Reo Book Pilot Scheme)" (J. Frater, New Zealand); (16) "Children's Librarians--Providing Towards a Lifelong Habit of Reading" (C. Thompson, New Zealand); (17) "Multiculturalism: Challenges and Opportunities for School Librarians" (L. Thomas, United States); (18) "The Maori Dimension in New Zealand Schools" (G. Andrews, New Zealand); (19) "The Australian Schools Catalogue Information Service (ASCIS): Its Environment, Clients and Services" (G. Cane, Australia); (20) "Measuring the Performance of Public Libraries" (N. Moore, United Kingdom); and (21) "An Aboriginal Perspective on How Aborigines Are Portrayed in Children's Literature" (R. Murray, M. Brickell, P. Bamblett, Alan Queary, & P. MacIntyre, Australia). (CGD)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Federation of Library Associations, The Hague (Netherlands).
Identifiers: Aboriginal People; Childrens Libraries; Maori (People)
Note: Papers presented at the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) General Conference (54th, Sydney, Australia, August 30-September 3, 1988).