Out Now: December 2017 issue of IFLA Journal
IFLA Journal is an international journal publishing peer reviewed articles on library and information services and the social, political and economic issues that impact access to information through libraries.
The Journal publishes research, case studies and essays that reflect the broad spectrum of the profession internationally.
Click Here for Download Volume 43, No.4 (December 2017)
An evidence base for IFLA’s global vision 319
Steven W. Witt
Making sense of the future of libraries 321
Dan Dorner, Jennifer Campbell-Meier and Iva Seto
Building a successful reading culture through the school library: A case study of a Singapore secondary school 335
Chin Ee Loh, Mary Ellis, Agnes Alcantara Paculdar and Zhong Hao Wan
Preserving cultural products: Libraries, context, technology in the English-speaking Caribbean 348
First-year international graduate students’ transition to using a United States university library 361
Liz Cooper and Hilary Hughes
Evolution of legal deposit in New Zealand: From print to digital heritage 379
Jhonny Antonio Pabo´n Cadavid