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ETHICAL CODE OF PERIODICAL KNIHOVNA-KNIHOVNICKÁ REVUE

  • The reviewing procedure for the journal “Knihovna – knihovnická revue” is both-ways anonymous. The reviewers do not know the identity of the author and the author is not familiar with theirs. The editors are bound to ensure the anonymity of the contribution by consistently removing any allusion or information that might give guidance to the author´s name.

 

  • The editing team in collaboration with the board of editors pass decisions about the publishing of each article.

 

  • The editors reserve the right to make editing amendments and language corrections after having consulted them with the authors.

 

  • The author is liable for legal issues related to the use of appendices (such as photographs).

 

  • The editorial deadlines can be found on the web site of the journal and the authors are expected to observe them.

 

  • An article delivered after the deadline can be accepted exclusively upon agreement with the editors.

 

  • The editors reserve the right of making minor corrective amendments to the text or returning the same to the author for being reworked.

 

  • The author is liable for the correctness of the contents.

 

  • After the receipt of a contribution the editors will assess whether the submitted contribution meets all formal requirements, such as appropriate verbal style, comments and notes, structure etc. If all these appurtenances are fulfilled, the text will be sent to the reviewers (in case of contributions to be reviewed); all suggested articles will be subjected both to a language oriented check and a professional survey.

 

  • If the formal requirements are not observed, the author will be notified and asked to adapt his contribution. If he fails doing so, the editors will be entitled to put off the publication of the given article to the next issue, or even to discard the same.

 

 

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The IFLA Governing Board seeks nominations for new members of the IFLA BCM Review Group by Friday 15 February 2019. The term served by new members will be from August 2019 to August 2023. Please share this message with others who might be interested to ensure as wide a call as possible.

The IFLA BCM Review Group provides ongoing support for the maintenance and development of the IFLA bibliographic conceptual models.
The terms of reference are:

  • Maintain and revise IFLA's bibliographic conceptual models on an ongoing basis;
  • Develop and make available guidelines and interpretative documents to assist those applying the models;
  • Promote the models and encourage their use in all appropriate information organising communities;
  • Maintain links with relevant groups both within IFLA and in other communities, including formal relationships such as named liaisons.

Read more about the responsibilities of the Review Group in the IFLA website.


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22nd Innovative Library in Digital Era
When: 8th to 10th April 2019
Where: in Jasna, Slovakia.


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December 3-4, 2018
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