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FW: [IFLA-L] Call for papers IFLA Gothenburg : Childre n's Libraries : open access to different cultures?

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<<apologies for cross posting>>

FYI
Kind regards,
Lourense

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Onderwerp: [IFLA-L] Call for papers IFLA Gothenburg : Children’s Libraries :
open access to different cultures?

Dear colleagues,
Please find below a call for papers for IFLA conference in Gothenburg.
Looking forward to your proposals, best regards,
Viviana Quiñones
Secretary, IFLA Section CHILD




Call for Papers
IFLA WLIC 2010
Gothenburg, Sweden
10-15 August 2010
Section Libraries for Children and Young Adults and Section Library services
for multicultural populations

Theme: "Open access to knowledge - promoting sustainable progress"

Title: Children’s Libraries : open access to different cultures?


 
 
Suggested topics for this session include, but are not limited to, the
following:
• Promoting the use of, or creation of, traditional or online social
networks by minority children and Young adults within the library's user
community to help these Young people improve their social, political,
cultural or economic life, and to share their culture with other readers.
• .Collections for children and young adults and multiculturalism :
what culture(s) do collections reflect? In what languages? Are young
readers’ cultures present in the library collections? How are collections
made available to readers, and how do they receive them?
• Programs for children’s librarians and/or young readers that engage
them in exchanges at regional or international level, favoring access to
other cultures

• Understanding how libraries and information organisations are using
traditional or online social networking tools to engage with children and
Young adults of different cultural background in order to obtain a better
understanding of their information needs, and/or to share ideas,
experiences and knowledge to improve their services and resources.
• Showing how libraries can or do contribute to the work of other
organisations (e.g., schools, government departments, private companies)
through engagement with social networking tools.


Submissions
1. The deadline for submitting a detailed abstract (500 words, in
English) and full author details is 30 January 2010. Selection of papers is
based on the abstract, and presenters will be notified by end-February 2010
at the latest whether they have been successful
2. The full paper is due on 1 May 2010 and must be an original
submission not presented or published elsewhere
3. Both abstracts and full papers should be submitted as a MS Word file
by e-mail. Fax or post should be used only as a last resort. Papers should
be of 20 pages maximum, double spacedPapers should be in one of IFLA
languages Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Russian and Spanish.
4. The abstract should be in English although the full paper can be
submitted in all official Ifla languages.
5. 20 minutes will be allowed for a summary delivery of the paper in
the Conference; the full written paper is not to be read. If the oral
presentation is done not in English, and if the organisers cannot assure
simultaneous interpreting, the author must find a colleague who can provide
consecutive interpreting.
6. The author(s) should indicate his/her personal full contact details
and include a brief biographical note with the paper. Also, a digital
photograph would be useful.
Selection
Full abstracts (500 words) should be prepared following the template
provided below. Each abstract will be blind reviewed by members of both
standing committees of both sections
Abbreviated abstracts or late submissions will not be considered.

Purpose of this paper What are the reason(s) for writing the paper (or the
aims of the research)?
Design/methodology/approach How are the objectives achieved? Include the
main method(s) used for the study. What is the approach to the topic, and
what is the theoretical or subject scope of the paper?
Findings What was found in the course of the work? This will refer to
analysis, discussion, or results.
Research limitations/implications (if applicable) If research is
reported on in the paper, this section must be completed and should include
suggestions for future research and any identified limitations in the
research process.
Practical implications (if applicable) What outcomes and implications for
practice, applications and consequences are identified? All papers should
have practical applications. What changes to practice might be made as a
result of this research/paper?
What is original/value of paper What is new in the paper? State the
value of the paper and to whom.

Please send your abstract by 30 January 2010 to:
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