Plinius

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

PL 27/08: Pictures from IFLA 2008

Filed under: IFLA, pictures — plinius @ 3:05 am

Social computing is addictive.

I  note that Librarienne has posted lots of pictures from the IFLA conference in Quebec on Flickr. In addi(c)tion to her epist blogging.

Picture: Norwegians at work.

There are additional pictures from

And many more, I guess – for those who have time to search in the flickr archive.

Some of my own IFLA pictures are here:

Resources

Note

The three Norwegian delegates are – from the left:

  • Anne Hustad, chair of Norwegian Library Association (2006-10)
  • Mette Henriksen Aas, head of a trade union section that organizes cultural workers
  • Torny Kjekstad, director of one of the largest public libraries in Norway (and chair of IFLA division III)

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