EBLIDA offers various mailing lists for its members. Each list has a different focus and target audience.
General mailing lists - open to the public
EBLIDA-LIST is a general mailing list intended to foster communications between EBLIDA, its membership and members of the European library community. The goal is to facilitate information exchange as well as professional communication and development within the EBLIDA community.
- to aid in the distribution of EBLIDA related information and newsletter
- to exchange views and enhance direct involvement of members and non-members
- to inform EBLIDA members and all interested people on news & updates on EU developments
- to disseminate Position Papers & Statements in response to proposals of legislation & policy guidelines to the broader European library community
Audience: We encourage anyone interested in the goals and activities of EBLIDA - individuals and organisations, Members of EBLIDA and non Members - to participate.
- Submission address: eblida-list [at] sympa.kaapeli.fi
- Web interface and archive
Moderator: Sophie Felfoldi
If you need help, please contact the moderator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Announcement Lists - for EBLIDA Members only
Announcement List for Full Members
Audience: Subscription is limited to Full Members. All Members are automatically subscribed to this list. Subscribers cannot post to the list.
Announcement List for Associate Members
Audience: Subscription is limited to Associate Members. All Associate Members are automatically subscribed to this list. Subscribers cannot post to the list.
Purpose: Only for important Member announcements.
Working Group Mailing Lists
EBLIDA-EC a Working Group Mailing List for members of the Executive Committee of EBLIDA. The list is intended to ensure continuity, automate archiving of discussions and exchanged materials.
Audience: EBLIDA-EC is only available to to Executive Committee Members.
EBLIDA-EGCIS is a Working Group Mailing List intended for use by EBLIDA Literacies to share, distribute information, exchange opinions, discuss issues, proposals pertaining to the area of expertise (e.g. cultural, literacy and media literacy issues to improve the position of libraries and archives).
Audience: EBLIDA-EGCIS is restricted to Representatives of the Expert Group on EBLIDA Literacies.
EBLIDA-EGIL is a Working Group Mailing List to facilitate communication the Expert Group on Information Law (EGIL). The mission of the EGIL is to:
- Maintain a good awareness of legal issues that affect the provision and circulation of information, especially where libraries and archives are concerned
- Address the European institutions by making suggestions regarding laws, or changes to laws that would improve the legal position of libraries and archives
- Cooperate and work with other organizations and institutions for these purposes
Audience: EBLIDA-EGIL is a closed list (restricted to subscribers).
MARRAKESH-EU is an electronic discussion list for for library and visually impaired people's organisations on implementing Marrakesh Treaty legislation in EU Member States.
Audience: MARRAKESH-EU is a closed list (restricted to subscribers).
EBLIDA-strategy is a Working Group Mailing List for EBLIDA's Strategic Plan Working group consisting of the President, the Vice-President and the Director of EBLIDA with three other members of the EBLIDA Executive Committee.
Audience: EBLIDA-strategy is restricted to the Members of the Strategic Plan Working group.
Eblida-Naple-Conference is a Working Group Mailing List for for the Conference Planning Steering Committee, in charge of the EBLIDA-NAPLE Conference, consisting of EBLIDA, NAPLE-Forum Members and Local Organizers.
Audience: Restricted to Steering Committee Members.
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EBLIDA Newsletter April 201812 April 2018: For European library professionals! The April 2018 Newsletter has been published. It features news and updates from Brussels, Europe, EBLIDA ... and more. Read more >
Open letter calls on EC for better rules on text and data mining10 April 2018: For future-proof rules on Text and Data Mining (TDM) EBLIDA has signed the open letter sent to the European Commission on behalf of 23 organisations. Read more >
The European Parliament must improve the TDM exception26 March 2018: Open letter to JURI Committee - 28 organisations asking to improve the TDM exception in the copyright reform. Read more >
Final report of the High Level Expert Group on Fake News and Online Disinformation13 March 2018: Final report of the EU Commission high-level group of experts ("the HLEG") created to advise on policy initiatives to counter fake news and disinformation spread online now available. Read more >
EBLIDA Newsletter March 201808 March 2018: News about EBLIDA-NAPLE 2018 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Chris Welch, Library Ranking Europe, Copyright Reform, EU Public Consultation on Fake News and Copyright Round Table in Sofia and more. Read more >