Full text: Bibliotheksdienst (Rights reserved) Issue35.2001 (Rights reserved)

Erschließung THEMEN IFLA Section on Bibliography STRATEGIC PLAN 2001-2003 Mission Statement The Section on Bibliography is primarily concerned with the content, arrange- ment, production, dissemination and preservation of bibliographic information, especially (but not exclusively) where these pertain to national bibliographic services. It is also concerned with the promotion of the importance of the dis- cipline of bibliography to library professionals in all types of libraries (not just national libraries), to publishers, distributors and retailers and also to end- users. While taking full account of technological possibilities, the Section is aware that such developments are not yet available in some areas of the world, and it will ensure that its solutions are not necessarily dependent on particular technologies. The Section is closely associated, where appropriate, not only with the other Sections within the Division of Bibliographic Control and with the UBCIM Programme, but also with the Sections on Information Tech- nology and of National Libraries. Goals 2001-2003 Take appropriate action to encourage implementation of the recommen- dations of the International Conference on national Bibliographic Ser- vices (ICNBS). [PP: f, g, i] Actions: 1.1 Publish prominently on the Section home page the ICNBS Recom- mendations in all IFLA official languages 1.2 Promote the IFLA guidelines for legal deposit. 1.3 Disseminate the recommendations of the ICNBS to national biblio- graphic agencies, encouraging them to review and implement them. Promote creation and improvement of bibliographic information and the use of international standards and guidelines. [PP: d, f, g, i] Actions: 1.4 Actively publicize and disseminate to National Bibliographic Agencies (NBAs) and others the Report of the Bell-Langballe working group concerning effective national bibliographic services; appoint a Work- BIBLIOTHEKSDIENST 35. Jg. (2001), H. 11 1495
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