David Lubin Memorial Hosts UN-Links Meeting

FortheblogThe David Lubin Memorial Library is hosting the Annual UN Links Meeting, from 24 -26 October, 2012.  UN Links is a forum for UN librarians worldwide, where participating librarians form partnerships, voice issues relevant to their profession and obtain first-hand information on challenges facing UN libraries today.  

The 2012 meeting is co-hosted by FAO, World Food Programme and UNICRI, the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute.  Several discussion sessions will be held on topics of importance to all participating libraries such as Open Data, Digital Preservation and outreach programmes.  In each session, several agencies lead the discussion with short presentations, followed by a period of open discussion.  Two special sessions on Friday 26 October on Open Access will be led by Lars Bjørnshauge from SPARC Europe.

Click here to download the Meeting Agenda:

Click here to download a list of Meeting Participants:


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