جامعه اطلاعاتی: حاکمیت اینترنت
سید تقی کمالی در ویژهنامه نوروزی ماهنامه مدیریت ارتباطات پروندهای با عنوان «حاکمیت اینترنت» تدارک دیده است. «حاکمیت اینترنت و حاکمیت بر اینترنت؛ نگاهی به جدال بر سر حاکمیت مهمترین ابزار ارتباطی عصر ما» نوشته مسعود عباسی، «سیاستگذاری در شبکههای نوین ارتباطی» نوشته مهدی فولادگر، «حاکمیت اینترنت؛ تدابیر نو برای مقتضیات جدید؛ در فضای جهانی اطلاعات و ارتباطات چه خبر است؟» نوشته سیدتقی کمالی، گفتوگوی سیدتقی کمالی و الهه حسینی با ویکتور مایر اشونبرگر استاد حاکمیت اینترنت مؤسسه اینترنت آکسفورد با عنوان «رقابت اقتصادی قوی مرکزیت یک اکوسیستم زنده اینترنتی است»، «منازعات و دیدگاههای مرتبط با حاکمیت و شیوه اداره اینترنت» نوشته آرزو رنگچیان و «بررسی التفاتها و محتوای اندیشهها درباره اینترنت گاورننس» نوشته عباس پورخصالیان عضو هیأت علمی - فرهنگی ایران در اجلاس عالی جهانی درباره جامعه اطلاعاتی، مطالب این پرونده را شامل میشوند.
EU commissioners met in Brussels on December 5th to discuss possible changes to EU copyright law. IFLA is pleased to note that they agreed to revisit the existing European Union copyright rules and that Commissioners Barnier, Kroes and Vassiliou will now undertake a comprehensive period of stakeholder dialogue during 2013 in order to make a final assessment of any changes needed to European legislation in 2014. IFLA looks forward to engaging in the process.
Prior to the Commissioners’ meeting The (C4C) group issued to all EU Commissioners which stressed the importance of flexible copyright and urged the European Union to refrain from overly restrictive copyright licensing policies. IFLA is a member of C4C, which consists of more than twenty organisations representing libraries, digital civil liberties, free software, and an open, user-friendly internet. Along with the other C4C members, IFLA believes that licensing has an important role to play in providing access to information, but a fact-based assessment of alternatives to licensing, particularly exceptions and limitations, is also required to establish appropriate balance.
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The Workshop on Classification and Subject Indexing in Library and Information Science (LIS'2013) is held in conjunction with the European Conference on Data Analysis in Luxemburg July 10 to 11, 2013
The department of Library Science and Information Systems is conducting a study, coordinated by professor Spiros Zervos, which aims at determining the level of acceptance and implementation - at the international level - of the various paper conservation methods found in the literature. You are invited to participate in this research by following the link: http://ithaki.lb.teiath.gr/onlinesurvey/index.php?sid=71224&lang=en
This will guide you to the questionnaire, which will require approximately 20 minutes to complete. If you choose to participate in this project, please answer all questions as accurately as possible..
The next release for ScienceDirect and Scopus is scheduled for Saturday, December 1 and will focus mainly on infrastructure improvements. In addition, we are excited to extend our full internet browser coverage to include Google Chrome and Safari. Also, Firefox, IE 7, 8 and 9 are fully covered. Now users of these browsers can enjoy the full functionality of ScienceDirect and Scopus including Safari users on the iPad.
During this scheduled maintenance, there may be minor disruptions to some ScienceDirect and Scopus functionality.
Keep an eye out!
The IFLA School Library and Information Literacy Sections are seeking proposals for a joint programme to be held at the IFLA Conference in Singapore in August 2013.
Information literacy covers a broad spectrum of literacies required for success in the 21st century. Of the multiple literacies encountered, there is the essential challenge of developing literate citizens who are equipped to participate and contribute to the local and broader community. The program will present papers that address this challenge through school libraries and collaborators with school libraries, such as public libraries, university libraries, community entities, government agencies etc.
Papers can be written and given in any of the official IFLA languages:
English, French, German, Russian, Spanish. However, abstracts should be
submitted in English.
Proposals for School Libraries and Information for Civic Literacy Papers must be submitted by December 31, 2012, must be in English. The full call for papers is available on the IFLA WLIC 2013 Singapore website.
The Department of Library and Information Science, University of the Punjab, Lahore publishes Pakistan Journal of Library and Information Science (PJLIS) as an online open access journal. The PJLIS is a double-blind refereed scholarly journal committed to publish original and scholarly critiques, theoretical, conceptual and research articles that contribute to the understanding of issues and problems in all areas of librarianship and information science at local, national and international level.follow here.
pleased to announce the call for papers for the 10th Northumbria
International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and
Information Services. The Conference will be hosted in York, UK, between Mon
22nd and Thu 25th July 2013.
Our 10th Anniversary Conference follows a hugely successful event in 2009 which attracted 170 delegates from over twenty countries. We look forward to welcoming to York again practitioners, researchers, educators and students interested in the performance measurement of library and information services in any context.
The deadline for submissions is 1st Feb 2013. The full call for papers and further details are available on the Conference website.