Poster presentations are scheduled for two, two-hour intervals between 12:00 and 14:00 on Sunday 26 and Monday 27 August 2018.

The “Best IFLA Poster 2018,” awarded during the Closing Session on Wednesday 29 August 2018, will be selected from the posters presented in Kuala Lumpur  by a jury on behalf of the IFLA Professional Committee.

Note: The titles below will be numbered by the end of June. These numbers will refer to actual board numbers in the Exhibition Area at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

Questions?

Please read the Instructions for Accepted Posters or  contact: posters@ifla.org.

List of accepted Poster Presentations:

Title

Presenter(s)

Country

Freedom of information and information management in China: an empirical study [1] Siyi Li China
A local experience for study promotion: “Study stations” in Tehran, Iran [1] Amir Reza Asnafi
[2] Masumeh Abdollahi
[3] Abdol Reza Noroozi Chakoli
Iran
Exploring the effectiveness of information literacy programs on Canadian and Indian science and technology graduate students: A global context [1] Aditi Gupta
[2] Rebecca Raworth
[3] T. S. Kumbar
Canada & India
“Bookeaters Magazine” – connecting Libraries, Bookbloggers, Readers and Publishers [1] Finn Wraae Poulsen
[2] Kent Skov Andreasen
Denmark
Indigenous voices in the land of the head-hunters: local content development of Sarawak’s Northern Region [1] Ahmad Bin Samsudin
[2] Lilian Baun Pulo
[3] Mohd Awis Abu Bakar
Malaysia
Changing the face of school libraries for equitable quality learning [1] Ahmed Adamu Abu
[2] Ngozi Perpetua Osuchukwu
Nigeria
CORAI – Counselling, Orientation, Responsibility through an Informative Approach – New services for the local community in the Romanian Public Libraries [1] Alina-Valentina Ocheana Romania
The effect of scientific awards reception on research performance of laureates: the case of price medal in informetrics [1] Mohammadamin Erfanmanesh
[2] Zohreh Moghiseh
Iran
New ways to attract to reading in times of decline in reading and lending: Examples from public libraries in Hässleholm and Vaggeryd, Sweden [1] Anette Mjöberg
[2] Lo Claesson
Sweden
Where are you going, where have you been?: Foundational academic skills for undergraduate students [1] Angela D. Hamilton Canada
Oulu City Library reading diplomas [1] Anne Ollanketo Finland
How to organize a new librarians event [1] Antoine Torrens
[2] Pascal
[3] Vesna Vuksan
France & Serbia
Library engagement with community [1] Firdausiah Ahamad
[2] Mohd Hizam Samin
Malaysia
Promoting library service in a digital environment in Zimbabwe [1] Blessing Chiparausha
[2] Josiline Chigwada
Zimbabwe
Les bibliothèques africaines à l’ère des humanités numériques: cas du Togo [1] Komla Dogbé Boye Togo
A Mobile Laboratory: Bringing ICT education to young individuals with special needs [1] Bronius Maskuliūnas Lithuania
The challenges faced in transforming library in Thailand [1] Penvipa Banlangpo
[2] Penpichcha Khemngern
Thailand
‘Unframing’ photographic histories: stories and context beyond the visuals [1] Iyra Buenrostro Singapore
INELI-SSAf – “Bringing innovative libraries to Africa!“ [1] Buhle Mbambo-Thata Ghana
IFLA Metropolitan Libraries Short Film Award [1] Corrado Di Tillio Italy
A French national network launched by its 2018 annual conference : Information Literacy Skills Developers and Trainers [1] Cecile Swiatek
[2] Charlene Perrin
France
Makerspace at the library [1] Charlotta Boström
[2] Maria Alexiusson
Sweden
A study on the experiences of the multicultural volunteers in library [1] Chen Ning
[2] Ning-Chaio
[3] Chih-Hsuan
[4] Qiao-Zhu
[5] Yu-Wen
[6] Ming-Hsin Phoebe Chiu
Taiwan, China
Fusion of Library, Archive, Museum, and Publisher (LAMP): the NTNU Library Experience [1] Hao-Ren Ke Taiwan, China
Community-Library Inter-Action (CLIA): a process to work WITH and empower your community [1] Clara M. Chu USA
Library tour using virtual reality and augmented reality : The National Institute of Education Library experience [1] Douglas Lau
[2] Sandie
[3] Jacky Wong
[4] Seok Kwan Wan-Yeoh
Singapore
Presidential Library: opening the doors to FIFA 2018 World Cup [1] Anastasia Drozdova Russia
“Entreartes”: the University of São Paulo’s cultural track [1] Adriana Ferrari
[2] Jun Okamoto Junior
[3] Margarete Ramos
[4] Claudia Toni
[5] Renata Market
[6] Edson Araújo
[7] Renata Vieira da Motta [8] José Ricardo Barbosa
Brazil
Regional library cooperation for implementation of UN Agenda 2030 [1] Edita Bacic
[2] Davorka Psenica
[3] Vuksan Vesna
Croatia & Serbia
When Earth Day meets World Reading Day [1] Shou Xiaohui China
How can trade unions support library employees? [1] Ellen Ovenstad
[2] May Britt Sundal
Norway
The contribution of digitalization on the local cultural heritage for tourism: an example of the Edirne City [1] Ender Bilar Turkey
Sing a folk song for public libraries [1] Erol Yilmaz Turkey
Sistema de información para ayudar a personas consumidoras de sustancias psicoactivas a superar la adicción, y herramienta de información para no consumidores [1] Estefanía Bernal Valderrama Colombia
“Transforming libraries: welcoming migrants in Lyon’s libraries” [1] Fanny Pradier
[2] Alyson Michon
[3] Anouk Bousquet
[4] Jérémy Da Silva
France
The strategies for facilitating environmental sustainability of a green library-Taipei experience [1] Tung-mei Shen Taiwan, China
Library space morphs to learning space: detailing key trends, techniques, and technologies of this transformation [1] Yi-Tai Jiang
[2] Feng-Ru Sheu
Taiwan, China & USA
Long term development trends – analysis of strategic objectives in Moldova university libraries [1] Ane Landoy
[2] Silvia Ghinculov
[3] Angela Repanovici
[4] Natalia Cheradi
Norway, Moldova & Romania
Cantonese corner-let migrants organically grow with the city in Guangzhou Library [1] Sijia Liu
[2] Zhang Jiangshun
[3] Wang Changqing
China
Use of supplementary reading materials to reduce spelling errors among sri Lankan Second Language Learners: with reference to grade 6 students of Sri Shylanthayathana Sunday School of Habarakada, Sri Lanka [1] Hasitha Priyashantha Koralage
[2] Upul Lekamge
Sri Lanka
QuickGET Intelligent Library System [1] Lingli Tseng
[2] Chingfan Wu
Taiwan, China
Growing up mobile: chances and challenges for the library [1] Heike vom Orde Germany
IE Library. Borrow & Return Smart Station. DIY [1] Amada Marcos Spain
New insights into written cultural heritage: material science and art technology [1] Irmhild Ceynowa Germany
We design with industry in mind! Bridging the gap between industry practitioners and academics in the design and development of Library and Information Studies courses [1] Jan Irvine
[2] Kristine Openshaw
[3] Pam Bidwell
[4] Geoff Kelly
New Zealand
New programme – new audience, a step towards a new perception in a society (Recognize and map heritage: cultural orienteering on the plateau) [1] Jelena Glišović
[2] Ana Milutinović
Serbia
Right open access: proposal for action to support the transformation of societies [1] Juan Miguel Palma Mexico
A Critical Development of International and Comparative Librarianship Theory [1] Jimena Sagas USA
The role Academic Libraries could play in sensitizing researchers about research data management: a case of Makerere University Library [1] Joseph Balikuddembe Ssebulime
[2] Martie Van Deventer
Uganda & South Africa
Healthy body, healthy mind [1] Mastura Muhamad
[2] Siti Fatyhah Sulaiman
[3] Nur Izzani Abdul Manaf
[4] Mohamed Nabeel Sidek
Malaysia
Enhancing readership of books from library to build better society [1] Jyoti Chitale India
National Museum of Qatar Library Rare Books – International collection of gastronomy books & manuscripts [1] Kathoom Al Bulushi
[2] Susan Parker-Leavy
[3] Zaineeb Al Baloushi
Qatar
Hybrid information literacy instruction: an experiment in blended learning [1] Kathryn Vanderboll Egypt
Kids & Teens & Libraries – together on a cultural journey [1] Katre Riisalu
[2] Triin Soone
Estonia
Considering the compliance scale of available resources with people information needs in reading stations in Bushehr Municipality in 2016 [1] Abdolrasool Khosravi
[2] Fatemeh Moradi
Iran
Libraries Unlimited, Bangladesh [1] Kirsty Crawford Bangladesh
UNIMAS IR – Repository, Visibility and Excellence [1] Karen Kornalius Malaysia
Connections and collaboration of 800 libraries in Japan: Collaborative Reference Database [1] Jin’ichi Kitano Japan
Immigrant information seeking behaviour in everyday life: Photovoice study [1] Krystyna K. Matusiak
[2] Shimelis Assefa
[3] Emily Bongiovanni
[4] Angela Naumov
USA
Free postal loan service for the disabled (Chaeknare) [1] Yoon Young Ah South Korea
Research project “Open Access in vocational education and training research” [1] Karin Langenkamp Germany
LibCompass Wayfinding App – Experience sharing from the Library of the City University of Hong Kong [1] Michael Cheng China
Transform, think out of the box, connect, collaborate the East Asia, South East Asia and Pacific Libraries with US Libraries

[1] Katherina Lee [2] Buenaventura Basco
[3] John Hickok

USA
Creating strong young readers in a digital media landscape [1] Lotte Hviid Dhyrbye Denmark
Design thinking for libraries: To dive in the deep end of innovation [1] Lluís Vicente
[2] Maria De Vallibana
[3] Gemma Echeverria
Spain
Preserving Electronic Government Information in the United States [1] Lynda Kellam USA
Amazing years as a volunteer librarian in Ethiopia from 1997-2017 [1] Marie Paiva USA
Shaping the Library and Information Science (LIS) profession: Insights from new professionals in the Philippines [1] Martin Julius Perez Philippines
Digital repositories in Academic Libraries goals, advantages and requirements [1] Imen Aloui Tunisia
#SmartSelangor Mobile Library: The trojan horse of books [1] Mastura Muhamad
[2] Meor Muhammad Fawaz Meor Latip
[3] Mohamed Fadzli Mohd Fauzi
[4] Laily Hafidzun Shukri
[5] Norelmin Sapuan
Malaysia
Transformation of Academic Library Service in China: Current trends, challenges and opportunities [1] Hongxia Liu
[2] Michael Huang
China & USA
IMU Library App for Android users-reaching the Gen Y from a click at the fingertips [1] Mohamad Syahrul Nizam Md Ishak
[2] Norzilamazni Saniman
[3] Mohd Fadzil Kemat
[4] Nur Hafizah Hussain
[5] Norhalim Mohd Nor
Malaysia
Islamic literacy camp [1] Mohd Azizi Zainudin Malaysia
Bohol Congressional Library innovation: Creative spaces for community engagement [1] Maria Vida C. Aparicio Philippines
Football connects libraries [1] Nathalie Sugondho
[2] Mira Fatimah
Indonesia
Learn, play and connect – The New Experiential Library @Singapore Sports Hub [1] Hoi Ying Ng Singapore
Al-Qur’an Braille: Brilliant trail [1] Nihayah Ebni Hajar
[2] Norafidah Muhamad Wirsat
[3] Haiziah Abu
Malaysia
Library and Librarians role on information access and privacy in Kenya [1] James Nyambane Nyakundi Kenya
Earrings for reading: Podcasts of Iranian Children’s National Library [1] Parisa Pasyar
[2] Alireza Akbari
Iran
Computational analysis, browsing, screening, and access for email [1] Peter Chan United States
Slovenian National Strategy of Open Access and its impact on scientific publishing of Primorska University Researchers’ [1] Petrusa Miholic Slovenia
Atypical, ideal future library: CJ Creator Library @Korea University [1] Hyo Jin Park South Korea
Let’s do homework at the libraries [1] Ahmad Nizam Ismail
[2] Abdul Hakim Abdul Rashid
[3] Rosniza Elias
[4] Norhidayah Salleh
Malaysia
Pahang Public Library Senior Citizen Club [1] Maria Hamzah
[2] Mohd Norshazlin Sa’adun Nazir
[3] Tuan Khairul Azhar Tuan Kuning
Malaysia
Impact of “Word of Mouth” on information literacy [1] Akira Akira
[2] Rabai Rabiii
Saudi Arabia & Pakistan
Taiwan Memory- Showcase the transformation of digital services over a decade [1] Shu-Hsien Tseng
[2] Yi-Rong Lee
[3] Ching-Ju Cheng
Taiwan, China
The role of academic librarians in education and training: A timeline of attitude transformation [1] Romany Manuell Australia
Engaging the classroom – Google forms and library guides [1] L. M. Rudasill USA
You want to automate your library with RFID; What now? [1] Sandra Flisijn Netherlands
Role of NGOs in library development in India [1] Sarika Sawant India
Cancer information: A survey of health and medical information services offered by public libraries in Japan [1] Masae Sato
[2] Makiko Miwa
[3] Yukie Isobe
Japan
International Cooperation and Communication Program for Library Professionals: Showcase of recent projects implemented by “Bibliotekovedenie” (Library and Information Science) Journal of the Russian State Library [1] Ekatetina Shibaeva Russia
Storytelling without borders – Explore the World through picture books [1] Show-Ru Shen
[2] Shu-Ya Hsieh
Taiwan, China
Goethe-Institut one company, one corporate design, three different examples how to approach library and customer’s needs [1] Sirirat Tinarat Thailand
Digitisation and making digitised content accessible – The Slovak National Library [1] Ludmila Rohonova Slovakia
Museum of Islamic Art Library, Doha, Qatar – Outreach and increasing visitors to our library [1] Susan Parker-Leavy Qatar
Lets have fun : Edutainment @ Raja Tun Uda Library [1] Mastura Muhamad
[2] Suzliana Abdul Hamid
[3] Mohamed Fadzli Mohd Fauzi
[4] Noor Asmah Azan
Malaysia
Let’s read together for 10 minutes with welfare recipients @Development Committee & coordination of the Legislative Assembly (JAPERUN) of Melaka

[1] Mohamed Aizammuddy Mohamed Idris
[2] Suhaimi Sarijan
[3] Nurul Hidayah Che’ Man
[4] Muhammad Fahmi Azri Mustafa
[5] Hong Chia Ling

Malaysia
Green neighbourhood @library [1] Noorazura Ab Wahab
[2] Airin Noor Ab Majid
Malaysia
Getting it right – How to start digitizing on a shoestring [1] Tomasz Gruszkowski Poland
Wa-Kosho! Learn and discover by seeing, touching, and feeling [1] Asami Tanaka
[2] Anri Tanaka
Japan
The Austrian Library Association‘s International Program for Volunteer Librarians – Travelling with a mobile library [1] Susanne Tretthahn Austria
Transform libraries – transform societies: Go green [1] Antonia Trojok
[2] Petra Hauke
Germany
The whole school reading for half an hour [1] Huiqin Shen China
Current status of open science in Japan and China: Policy, research data repository and management [1] Hiroyuki Tsunoda
[2] Yuan Sun
[3] Masaki Nishizawa
[4] Xiaomin Liu
Japan & China
Black Squirrel GNU/Linux: The Worlds first operating system designed for libraries, museums, and archives [1] Trevor Watkins USA
Digital Public Library of Chile: new formats, new readers [1] Victor Farrú Chile
Flexible students flexible information literacy

[1] Virginia Pow
[2] Christine Brown

Canada
Transforming students’ lives [1] Wei Haan Goh Malaysia
Library to you on car free day [1] A Wirda Dalina Malaysia
Cooking the books: Developing an “Academic” cookbook collection [1] Whitney Kemble Canada
Peking University Scholarly Communication ecosystem [1] Yue Wu
[2] Haiyuan Cui
[3] Chengfu Wei
[4] Ling Zhu
[5] Pengcheng Luo
[6] Yigang Zhou
[7] Dan Liu
[8] Yuanjun Zhang
China
Everyone can be a maker – The Maker Contest at the Guangzhou Library [1] Jiangshun Zhang
[2] Kaiyin Xiao
China
National Museum of Qatar Library – A new library in heart of museum [1] Zainab Albloushi Qatar
“So much depends upon a red wheelbarrow” [1] Sinan Akilli
[2] Umut Al
[3] Guleda Dogan
[4] Zehra Taskin
Turkey
Towards sharing Persian Name Authority Data in the Virtual International Authority File (VIAF) [1] Massoomeh Niknia Iran
Libraries for children and young adults in Germany. An overview [1] Benjamin Scheffler Germany
Our mobile library is a green library [1] Khadije Morady Iran
The development of the book report creation support game [1] Yukinori Okabe
[2] Takashi Harada
[3] Sho Sato
[4] Kengo Akashi
[5] Yui Fujita
[6] Shiori Okamoto
[7] Megumi Natsuake
Japan
IYALI 2018: New Services and Community Outreach in African Public Libraries [1] Nkem Osuigwe
[2] Gertrude Kayaga Mulindwa
[3] Ramune Petuchovaite
Nigeria,
Uganda & 
Lithuania
Improving skills for the protection of printed heritage and bridging language barriers – a new glossary can support international or inter-regional networking [1] Michaela Bodesheim Japan
Academic Excellence Through Library Resources Sharing: An Experience of Macau Academic Library Alliance [1] Weng Ian (Anna) Au Macau SAR / Germany

 

Timeline

30 June 2018
The titles above will be numbered. These numbers will refer to the actual board numbers.

25 August 2018
Posters to be placed on presentation boards at the Congress.

26-27 August 2018
Poster sessions at the Congress

September – October
IFLA Headquarters will publish presented Posters with Abstracts in the IFLA Library