Tag Archives: Oceania

iGroup partners with Hindawi in Asia and Oceania

Hong Kong, 12 July 2017. iGroup is partnering with Hindawi Limited, one of the largest fully open access publishers. Effective immediately all of Asia and Oceania will be covered by iGroup. “iGroup aims to lead the change in open access publishing in the region,” says Mr. Pote Lee, the founder and CEO of iGroup. “We […]


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Call for Papers – Repositioning Libraries in the Asia Pacific Region – Evolving Strategies, Innovative Services

(10 December 2014)  In keeping with IFLA WLIC 2015 overall theme, Dynamic Libraries: Access, Development and Transformation, the Asia and Oceania Open Session will focus on how libraries respond to opportunities for empowering citizens, enhancing learning, and adopting ICTs to name a few, and what this might mean for librarians in terms of their knowledge, […]


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2015 IFLA World Library and Information Congress call for papers

Theme: Repositioning Libraries in the Asia Pacific Region – Evolving Strategies, Innovative Services (12 November 2014)  The Conference, 15-21 August 2015 is in Cape Town, South Africa. In keeping with the conference’s overall theme, Dynamic Libraries: Access, Development and Transformation, the Asia and Oceania Open Session will focus on how libraries respond to opportunities for […]


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Transcending Borders: national, social and ethnic issues – Asia and Oceania

(6 December 2013) This session at IFLA WLIC 2014 in Lyon, France, focuses on how library services in Asia and Oceania are transcending many different types of borders to meet the highly varied needs of their clients throughout the Asia-Oceania region. In keeping with the overall theme of the conference – ‘Librarians, Citizens, Societies: Confluence […]


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IFLA Rare Books and Manuscripts Section & Asia and Oceania Section call for papers

IFLA Rare Books and Manuscripts Section and the Regional Standing Committee for Asia and Oceania want to promote awareness of special collections, not only as heritage of the past, but also as a foundation for the future. They ask how “new” special collections come into being, what defines a special collection and how can we […]


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