May 24, 2022

The December 2014 Issue of IFLA Journal Now Available Online

IFLA Journal is published by the International Federation of Library Associations. The complete issue (Volume 40 Number 4; December 2014) is available online (free) in a single PDF file.

In This Issue

Forty Years On
by Stephen Parker

A brief history of the IFLA Journal
Jerry W. Mansfield

WLIC Conference, Lyon, 2014
Lyon Declaration on Access to Information and Development
Presidential Address by IFLA President Sinikka Sipila to the IFLA World Library and Information Congress, 80th IFLA General Conference and Assembly, 2014, Lyon, France


London pride in context: Treasures and the library treasures volume in Britain today 244
by Karen Attar

How library and information science academic administrators perceive e-learning in LIS schools: A qualitative analysis
by Md. Shiful Islam, Susumu Kunifuji, Motoki Miura and Tessai Hayama

The experience of Korean academic librarianship: A phenomenological study
by Kaetrena Davis Kendrick

Information literacy in Zanzibar universities: Current situation and the way forward 280
by Abbas Mohamed Omar, Haji Ali Haji and Khamis Hamad Mwitumbe

Micronesian libraries and archives: A review of the literature
by Christopher R.R. Todd

The development of library and information science in China (1840–2009)
by Yao Zhang

Information evaluation and the individual’s cognitive state: Some insights from a study of British teenaged users
by Andrew K. Shenton, Alison J. Pickard and Andrew Johnson

Library adoption of knowledge management using Web 2.0: A new paradigm for libraries
by Md. Anwarul Islam, Naresh Kumar Agarwal and Mitsuru Ikeda

About Gary Price

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