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After the Conference Details Created on Friday, 05 July 2013 13:03 EURASLIC has celebrated its 25th birthday in Varna during the 15th EURASLIC biannual conference entitled World Ocean of Data & Information: Creating Value by their Organization and Management. The conference was held in May 13-15th, gathering together attendees from 10 countries. Euraslic Euraslic
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Beta Phi Mu – International Library & Information Studies Honor Society Welcome Beta Phi Mu was founded in 1948 by a group of leading librarians and library educators to recognize and encourage scholastic achievement among library and information studies students. Our name comes from the initials of the Greek words Bibliothekarios philax mathesis, meaning “librarians are the guardians of knowledge.” The motto, Aliis inserviendo consumor , meaning “Consumed in the service of others” was selected by the founders based on the concept of the dedication of librarians and other information professionals to the service of others. Eligibility for membership in Beta Phi Mu is by invitation of the faculty from institutions where the American Library Association, or other recognized accrediting agency approved by the Beta Phi Mu Executive Board, has accredited or recognized a professional degree program. Beta Phi Mu – International Library & Information Studies Honor Society
EAHIL-European Association for Health Information and Libraries
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Summary of classification | UDC Consortium {*style:<b> What is the UDC? </b>*} The Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) is the world's foremost multilingual classification scheme for all fields of knowledge, a sophisticated indexing and retrieval tool. It was adapted by Paul Otlet ( Rayward's Otlet page ; Wikipedia entry ) and Nobel Prizewinner Henri La Fontaine from the Decimal Classification of Melvil Dewey, and first published (in French) between 1904 and 1907. UDC Consortium UDC Consortium
The classification (BC2): History and description | Using the scheme | Schedules | Library users | Bibliography The association (BCA): Annual lectures | BC Bulletin | BCA Organization | Join the BCA | Contacts Advanced search Welcome to the web pages of the Bliss Classification Association The BCA exists to promote development and use of the Bibliographic Classification (BC2). Bliss Classification Association - Bibliographic Classification - Home page Bliss Classification Association - Bibliographic Classification - Home page
The VIAF™ (Virtual International Authority File) combines multiple name authority files into a single OCLC-hosted name authority service. The goal of the service is to lower the cost and increase the utility of library authority files by matching and linking widely-used authority files and making that information available on the Web. Search Note VIAF

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IATUL - International Association of Scientific and Technological University Libraries
Over OCLC [OCLC - ] Als organisatie zonder winstoogmerk levert OCLC diensten en voert onderzoek uit ten behoeve van bibliotheken, documentatiecentra van overheid en zorgsector, musea, archieven en andere culturele instellingen: geautomatiseerd catalogiseren, interbibliothecair lenen, elektronische content, conserveren, bibliotheekbeheer (lokaal, gehost of in de cloud) en online activiteiten. WorldCat, het WorldShare Platform en de Nederlandse gemeenschappelijke informatie-infrastructuur vormen de kern daarvan. OCLC is een samenwerkingsverband van lidbibliotheken, sinds 1967 bestuurd door en actief dankzij deze bibliotheken. Ons publieke doel is de toegang te verbeteren tot de informatie die zij bieden en manieren te vinden om door samenwerking kosten te beperken. Gezamenlijk dragen OCLC leden bij aan de productie en het onderhoud van WorldCat, 's werelds grootste database van bibliotheekmateriaal die is ontstaan dankzij het gezamenlijke werk van bibliotheken. Over OCLC [OCLC - ]
Europeana Foundation Europeana Foundation Take a virtual trip through the kind of things you can find on Europeana. Explore millions of items from a range of Europe's leading galleries, libraries, archives and museums. Books and manuscripts, photos and paintings, television and film, sculpture and crafts, diaries and maps, sheet music and recordings, they’re all here. No need to travel the continent, either physically or virtually!
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DCMI Home: Dublin Core® Metadata Initiative (DCMI) Become a DCMI member... DCMI Upcoming Events » 23 June 2014: DCMI Regional Meeting: Making Metadata Work, London, UK Jointly with ISKO-UK and BCS/IRSG (Information Retrieval Special Interest Group of BCS)DCMI Regional Meetings Series — ISKO-UK: Meeting Homepage » 8-11 October 2014: DC-2014, Austin, Texas, USA (Host: Texas Digital Library) » 1-5 September 2015: DC-2015, São Paulo, Brazil (Host: UNESP (Universidade Estadual Paulista—São Paulo State University)

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ELAG 2014 will be hosted by the University of Bath (http://elag2014.org/). 'Now we are changing our focus and will all become inside-out libraries, we have to work on what we have inside. We have to find the 'lingering gold' in our communities. Dig for it, refine and polish it and make it attractive and useful for others European Library Automation Group European Library Automation Group
About CERL [CERL] Welcome to CERL, the Consortium of European Research Libraries. The Consortium's purpose is to share resources and expertise between research libraries with a view to improving access to, as well as exploitation and preservation of, the European printed heritage. The Consortium was formed in 1992 on the initiative of research libraries in many European countries and legally came into being in June 1994. CERL's primary objective is to record all books printed in Europe during the hand-press period, c.1450–c.1830, in a machine-readable catalogue, called the Heritage of the Printed Book Database or HPB (originally called the Hand Press Book Database).