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World Library and Information Congress: 69th IFLA General Conference and Council
Access Point Library:
August 1st - 9th 2003 Berlin, Germany
IN THIS DOCUMENT:
Call for Papers - Continuing Professional Development & Workplace Learning Section
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) will be meeting in Berlin, Germany, August 1st - 9th, 2003. As part of the conference, the IFLA Section on Continuing Professional Development & Workplace Learning, is planning a 2-hour Open Forum entitled:
"Stakeholders for Continuing Professional Development (CPD): a look at the future of online delivery"
The section invites proposals on the roles, responsibilities and the requirements for success of library associations, vendors, library schools, libraries and librarians themselves in the delivery of continuing professional education to librarians and library staff.
Are there library training programs in place, either in academic, public or special libraries, used to educate current and future librarians who have successfully demonstrated winning outcomes? What were the stated outcomes and were these realized by the educational or practical library training program? What were the methods and techniques of developing and implementing the successful program, its outcomes and the evaluation of its outcomes?
If you are interested in presenting a paper on a topic related to this Call, please send your proposal (title and brief synopsis with your name, affiliation and address, preferred in a Word e-mail attachment, but fax or mail copies will be accepted) by December 20, 2002 to:Bruce E. Massis, Associate Director Southeast Florida Library Information Network (SEFLIN)
100 S. Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
NOTE: Mailed Copies should be postmarked by December 5, 2002
A decision on papers accepted for presentation will be made by February 1, 2003.
On notification of acceptance, participants will be asked to send the completed paper in English or one of the four other recognized languages of IFLA - English, French, German, Russian or Spanish - no later than March 1, 2003. This will allow time for translation and publication in the Conference Proceedings. This open session refers to IFLA professional priority (h) Developing Library Professionals.
(Please note that all fees, including registration to the conference, travel, accommodation etc., are the responsibility of the authors of the accepted papers.)
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