15th Conference of the Serbian Library Association
|Date:||12 December 2018 to 14 December 2018|
INNOVATIONS AND TRENDS IN LIBRARIANSHIP
That will be held at the Public library “Vladislav Petković Dis”, Čačak and University Library “Svetozar Marković”, Belgrade, Serbia.
The Serbian Library Association (SLA) joins IFLA and professional library associations worldwide and invites its members, the general professional and scientific community to contribute to the identification of trends that are relevant to libraries and librarianship through public discussions at the Conference and paper presentations, as well as through showing innovative services in libraries.
Also, the SLA wants to start a discussion about the skills that a 21st century librarian should have in order to be able to work in the direction of transformation of our libraries into flexible spaces that provide access to the new and old contents that combine traditional and new information technologies and that way gather citizens who can exchange ideas and experience, cooperate and create together.
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