IFLA Congress in Puerto Rico!

The time for the IFLA Congress in Puerto Rico has finally arrived. Thousands of librarians from all regions of the world are descending into the Shining Star of the Caribbean to attend meetings, programs and network with international colleagues.

Personally, I am super happy to see how nice things worked out and my home-Island is ready to welcome IFLA! I am looking foward to seeing many colleagues and friends– and to attending many great programs!

*I will be speaking at the following programs and hope to see many of you there:

USA Caucus: Saturday, August 13, 18:00-19:00

Libraries a Force for Change- IFLA President Elect Session: Tuesday, August 16, 9:30-12:45

Beyond Barriers to accessing health information – Health and Biosciences Libraries Section with Library Services to People with Special Needs: Wednesday, August 17, 9:30-12:45



*I would also like to encourage attendance to the following events presented by Committees and Groups with which I currently work:

 How to Fix the World by FAIFE. Sunday, August 14, 13:45-15:45

New Professionals beyond New Professionals: skills, needs and strategies of a new generation of LIS professionals– New Professionals Special Interest Group. Monday, August 15, 9:45-12:45

Can the new book economy guarantee freedom of access to information? – CLM and FAIFE. Monday, Agust 15, 13:45-15:45

The IFLA World Report- A call to action by FAIFE. Wednesday, August 17, 11:45-12:45

*For locations, see the Congres Programme.


To reach me during the Congress: you can text and Direct Message me on Facebook, Twitter.

See you soon!


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