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About FSR

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The development and growth of electronic publications and some significant advances in the field of digital libraries are changing the scenarios in which traditional libraries are acting today. All those issues are bringing into question the goals of the catalogue and its services.

This international conference aims at offering a scientific forum on the value of cataloguing and “real” library data that brings together researchers, professionals, users, content providers and developers in the LIS (Library and Information Science).

For centuries the catalogue has been considered the library’s most powerful tool. Its organization was finely tuned in order to facilitate access to printed heritage and to allow content retrieval.

This international conference aims at addressing issues connected to the creation of catalogues and information storage, cooperation among libraries in dealing with content management, partnerships among libraries and other cultural agencies, handling of traditional heritage with specific features such as rare books, cartographic and music material vis-à-vis to digital resources such as e-books, blogs, and videoconferences.

By bringing together researchers, developers, content providers and users in the field of bibliographic data, the conference offers the opportunity of rethinking the role of libraries and their traditional and new users.

The FSR Conference will be hosting a Doctoral Consortium on 26th February 2014.

URL: Copyright AIB 2013-09-21. Creata da Andrea Marchitelli, ultima modifica 2013-12-31 di Andrea Marchitelli