17 April 2018

Accepted Papers for the IFLA 2018 Open Session of Asia and Oceania Section in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

By Takashi Nagatsuka

After a long and vigorous review process, the Programme Committee has selected the following papers from around 100 submissions for the IFLA 2018 Open Session of Asia and Oceania Section in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:



Kristen Linzy; Laura Hosman

The SolarSPELL Offline Digital Library (Pacific Islands)

Umida Alimdjanovna Teshabaeva et al

Uzbek Libraries in the Age of Reforms:Serving Communities, Supporting the Countries Transformation

Derry Viguna

Sail Boat and Rail Library

Donna Lyn G. Labangon; Randolf D. Mariano

Full STEAM ahead: Empowering and catalyzing creative thinking and social entrepreneurial skills of the community through library makerspace

Jayshree Mamtora; Prashant Pandey

Link between Open Access and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals:perspectives from the Asia-Oceania region

Xiaofang Zhang; Takashi Nagatsuka

New Styles of “Reading Space” as the Way to expand Public LibraryService in China and Japan

 In addition, the following two papers have been kept in waiting list in case any selected paper presenter is unable to confirm in time.



Chommaanad Boonaree

Community library spaces for promoting reading for pleasure in Thailand

Nurfarawahidah Badruesham et al

Transformation through Social Capital Development: A Cross-Cultural Study- Malaysia and Indonesia

The Programme Committee will contact each successful presenter shortly. Due to the large number of submissions, we are sorry not to be able to inform unsuccessful authors individually. The Committee members wish to thank you for submitting your abstract and encourage you to consider submitting an abstract for a new paper next year for the 2019 IFLA WLIC.

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