Now available: June 2015 issue of IFLA Journal

« … Editorial

Interconnections in economic development and the free-flow of information as drivers for libraries and the information professions – Steve Witt


Celebrating libraries in 20 years of democracy: An overview of library and information services in South Africa – Ujala Satgoor

Limits to freedom of expression? The problem of blasphemy  – Paul Sturges

Knowledge, perception and attitude of Nigerian students to plagiarism: A case study – 

Ijeoma J. Ibegbulam and Jacintha U. Eze

Libraries and reading motivation: A review of the Programme for International Student Assessment reading results – Denice Adkins and Beth M. Brendler

The case for international collaboration in academic library management, human resources and staff development – Bonnie Jean Smith

Mobile information-seeking behavior: A comparative study – Jong-Moon Lee and Yoo-Seong Song

Open access repositories in the Asia–Oceania region: Experiences and guidelines from three academic institutions  – Jayshree Mamtora, Tina Yang and Diljit Singh (…) »

source > ifla, 19 juin 2015