Sunday, July 8, 2012

Ingrid Parent. Ingrid Parent, President of IFLA gave a very stimulating address on Thursday night to a packed audience of over 80 librarians, students and ACT community members. She emphasized that libraries play many roles that benefit individuals, communities and society in general. As an advocate in her role at IFLA,  she urges us that to realize our full potential, libraries must provide inclusive and transformative services, innovate and forge new collaborative alliances.  Her four themes are inclusion, transformation, innovation and convergence. A recording of her talk will shortly be available on ANU news

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