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Homepage of Colin Darch, presently Senior Information Specialist at University of Cape Town. Darch formerly worked in several other countries, among them the African countries Ethiopia, Tanzania, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. On his website, he offers his articles on different topics free of charge. The different topics are mostly related to Africa or "the South": Access to Information / Freedom of Information / Right to Information, Intellectual Property / Copyright, library science, Russia and Africa, politics, history and development policy in Ethiopia, Angola and Mozambique. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
A list of “Guides to resources for African Studies research”. The guides are offered by African Studies Institutions or libraries worldwide.
Homepage of the School for librarians, archivists and documentalists at the University Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal. The site offers information on the curriculum, on events and conferences, sometimes including fulltexts or abstracts of papers given, a list of theses completed at EBAD since 1984 and more. [editors ilissAfrica]
Tanzania Library Services Board (TLSB) has the task to promote, establish, equip and develop libraries, information centres, and documentation centres in Tanzania. This includes the School of Library Archives and Documentation Studies (SLADS) and the project of a Children’s Multimedia Resource Centre. You will find a lot of information and news on libraries etc. in Tanzania, including the addresses of regional libraries. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Programme and fulltexts of the papers pesented at the "World Library and Information Congress: 73rd IFLA General Conference and Council", which took place in Durban, South Africa, in 2007. As the conference took place in South Africa, you will find more papers from / about Africa (e.g. about Open Access). Nevertheless, all other conferences have papers on Africa, too, mostly gathered in a panel "Africa" or the like. See for "new website" >> "Annual Conference" >> "Past Conferences". Most papers are in English, for some you will find a translation in French or Spanish. ... [editors ilissAfrica]