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Professional reports

Vienna NAPLE Declaration

The Ministry of Culture General Office for Library Co-ordination has chaired the National Authorities on Public Libraries in Europe (NAPLE) Forum since October 2008. After the meetings held in the first conference jointly organised  between NAPLE and EBLIDA (European Bureau of Library, Information and Documentation Associations) on 6, 7 and 8 May in Vienna, it was agreed to articulate co-operation with other institutions to afford public libraries in Europe a higher profile.

As a result of this joint work, agreement was reached on the Vienna Declaration, which was published in the framework of the conference “A library policy for Europe” and which constituted a first step to laying down a common European library policy which will serve to defend, before European institutions and the Member States, the existence of library services as development drivers for the knowledge society and to guarantee all citizens have access to information.

Vienna NAPLE Declaration



Meetings and Seminars

The Biblioteca Nacional, in collaboration with other institutions, carries out a programme of activities the aim of which is to raise awareness and disseminate better knowledge of Spanish cultural heritage to library professionals.

These Conferences and Seminars thus foster the exchange of ideas and promote communication and co-operation on subjects of common interest.

Seminar on the Digitalisation of Cultural Material

Reports on the ALA conferences

The Biblioteca Nacional of Spain attends the American Library Association conferences and draws up reports on the different talks and papers.

ALA Annual Meeting, Washington, 2010

ALA Midwinter Meeting, Boston, 2010

ALA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 2011

ALA Midwinter Meeting, San Diego, 2011

EURIG Technical Meeting

In view of the interest aroused by the new cataloguing rules that replace the AACR2, on 27 September 2011 four European national libraries, among them the Biblioteca Nacional de España, signed the Cooperation Agreement for the creation of the European RDA Interest Group, which currently has a total of 36 members from different libraraies and institutions.

The gatherings are of a technical nature and aim to debate and analyse specific RDA instructions vis-a-vis the possible introduction of RDA into European libraries.

EURIG Technical Meeting, París, 2012 (pdf)

Presentations on the BNE SlideShare channel

The presentations prepared by staff from Spain's Biblioteca Nacional for conferences, seminars, etc. are uploaded to the Library's SlideShare channel and are available for consultation.

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