TWIL #15: Stuart Hamilton (IFLA)

Published on Jul 24th, 2010 by jaapvandegeer

Stuart Hamilton is Senior Policy Advisor with IFLA. In 2006/2007 he walked across the United States and visited over 100 libraries. libraryjournal.com/article/CA6495173.html
In this episodes we focus on the work of IFLA and the upcoming conference in Gothenburg:
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