107. Deutscher Bibliothekartag 2018
|Date:||12 June 2018 to 15 June 2018|
The first edition of the Deutscher Bibliothekartag (German Librarians’ Day) took place in Marburg in 1900. Since then, the largest national training event has been held annually in the German speaking countries.
Originially, the Deutscher Bibliothekartag was restricted to librarians of academic libraries only; but eventually it was opened to librarians of public libraries as well. A chronology of all past editions of the Deutscher Bibliothekartag can be found in this overview.
The conference is organized by the Verein Deutscher Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekare e.V. (VDB) and the Berufsverband Information Bibliothek e.V. (BIB).
Every three years, the Deutscher Bibliothekartag takes place in Leipzig in conjunction with the German Library Congress, organized by Bibliothek & Information Deutschland (BID).
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