March 31, 2007
IFLA Journal covers news of current IFLA activities and articles, selected to reflect the variety of the international information profession, ranging from freedom of information, preservation, services to the visually impaired and intellectual property. The IFLA Journal aims to promote and support the aims and core values of IFLA as the global voice of the library and information profession by providing authoritative coverage and analysis of: a) the activities of IFLA and its various constituent bodies and members, and those of other bodies with similar aims and interests; and b) completed, ongoing and proposed policies, plans and programmes related to the development of library and information services around the world.
Contributions to the journal may include:
* Original articles and features.
* News and information about current and forthcoming activities and events in the field of library and information services.
* Reviews or announcements of new publications, products or services.
* Information about education and training opportunities, fellowships, honours and awards.
* Personal news.
* Letters to the Editor.