61st IFLA General Conference - Conference Proceedings - August 20-25, 1995
Section of Social Science Libraries
Annual Report 1994
Institut für Weltwirtschaft
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is Chair of the Section of Social Science Libraries.
Helsinki School of Economics Library
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Standing Committee and Section Membership
The Standing Committee has eight members from seven countries, three corresponding members, and two observers. Section registration in 1994 stood at 66 members.
Social Science Documentation Bibliography
The compilation of a bibliography of documentation literature specifically related to the social sciences, based largely, but not entirely, on materials that appeared in the SSID Liaison Bulletin<
/i> (now discontinued) has begun. It will be published both in print form and via Internet before the end of 1994.
Two other projects on micromaterials and grey literature were discontinued as the contractees are no longer active in the Section.
The Section's own Newsletter, which is the continuation of the SSID Liaison Bulletin, was published once during the year.
The Section will organize one session on ongoing projects in different countries via Internet in the social sciences. A half-day workshop on "CD-ROMs in Social Sciences" is also planned.
Stanley Kalkus (USA) is in charge of planning the programme. Kyllikki Ruokonen will explore possibilities of organizing a half-day workshop with speakers from China, Japan, India, Indonesia and Sri L
The Section organized a joint session together with the UDT Core Programme, the Section on Information Technology and the Section on Science and Technology Libraries on the "Use of the Internet" for
which the Section provided three speakers.
A workshop was organized together with the same partners listed above. A second full-day workshop, attended by 35 participants, was organized jointly with the Round Table on Management on "Budgetary
Planning in Libraries" for which the Section provided one speaker.
[Papers are not available.]