The 14th IFLA ILDS Conference, Istanbul, Turkey

IFLA International Interlending and Document Supply Conference will be held for the 14th time this autumn in Istanbul

The name of the conference series originates from 1988 when the first ILDS conference was held in London. It was organized by the IFLA Office for UAP (Universal Availability of Publications) and International Interlending. The office had home in British Library Document Supply Centre in Boston Spa. The first conference was a success with 230 delegates from 28 countries. This encouraged the IFLA Office for International ILL to go on, and the second conference was arranged in 1990, again in London. After that the conference started to circulate: the third conference was in Budapest, Hungary 1993. The following conferences were organised biannually in Calgary, Canada (1995), Aarhus, Denmark (1997), Pretoria, South Africa (1999) and Ljubljana, Slovenia (2001).

IFLA Office for UAP and International Interlending was dissolved in 2003. After that many of the functions including organising ILDS conferences were given to IFLA Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Section. Conference series continued in Canberra, Australia (2003), Tallinn, Estonia (2005), Singapore (2007), Hannover, Germany (2009), Chicago (2011) and Beijing (2013). The section is responsible for the contents and programme of the conference and local organiser takes care of the venue and social programme.

The conferences have been documented first in IFLA’s own publications and lately in Interlending and Document Supply journal, which was originally published by British Library and now by Emerald.

ILDS conference series has long been much else than strictly about interlending and document supply. The themes have been more about resource sharing, copyrights, the impact of digitations to collection cooperation and solutions to make better cooperation e.g. with resource sharing consortia. Maybe more accurate name of the conference series would be IFLA International Conference on Resource Sharing.

The organizer is Anatolian University Libraries Consortium, ANKOS.

IFLA will offer grants for librarians in the region to participate in the Istanbul ILDS.

Welcome to this important international library event.

Pentti Vattulainen
Chair, IFLA Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Section

Document Delivery and Resource Sharing website: http://www.ifla.org/docdel/

Dear Distinguished Colleagues,

14th Interlending & Document Supply Conference which is held every two years by IFLA Document Delivery and Interlending Standing Committee will take place in Istanbul on 1-3 October 2015. The ILDS conference which will have the theme “Resource Sharing at the Crossroads”, is one of the most important meetings in the field of source sharing and document supply in the world.

We are glad as Anatolian University Libraries Consortium (ANKOS), to host ILDS 2015 Istanbul conference which will gather hundreds of ILL librarians from different countries in the world. The conference participants will have a chance to; meet colleagues who work in this field, share knowledge, attend the rich conference program, and also get to know and experience the city of Istanbul which is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and had been a capital to the deep-rooted civilizations throughout the history.

I deeply thank to IFLA DDRSSC members who made the decision for the conference to take place in Istanbul, and to the national and international organization committee members we worked with during the event preparation.

Hope to see you in Istanbul

Sami CUKADAR
ANKOS President

Call for Papers: 14th Interlending and Document Supply Conference, October 2015

The IFLA Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Section Standing Committee invites papers for the 14th Interlending & Document Supply Conference, to be held 1-3 October 2015 in Istanbul hosted by the Anatolian University Libraries Consortium (ANKOS). The Conference will be held at T.R. Prime Ministry Directorate General of State Archives, Directorate of Ottoman Archive.

The conference theme is “Resource Sharing at the Crossroads” and the following topics are of particular interest for papers:

  • Open access impact on document supply
  • New models of purchase on demand/patron driven acquisition
  • Opportunities and threats for ILL staff in a period of dramatic changes
  • Copyright and contract – an uneasy relationship
  • Article usage/journal usage – focusing on low use material
  • OCLC WorldShare ILL
  • The state of ILL today
  • Search engines and ILL
  • Country studies – particularly Turkey but also neighbouring countries
  • International resource sharing concerns, such as: delivery methods, payment options, interoperability of systems, computer standards
  • Challenges and solutions to sharing electronic resources such as e-books and e-journals
  • Open source systems and their role in resource sharing
  • New frontiers for library consortia or collaboration between individual libraries

 

Proposals

Proposals for papers should be sent to Pentti Vattulainen, (pentti.vattulainen@nrl.fi) no later than 8 May 2015 and should include the following details:

  • Author(s) name, title, institution, and contact information
  • Brief biographical sketch
  • Title of paper
  • Abstract (100 to 250 words)

The IFLA Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Standing Committee (hereafter, the SC) has sole responsibility for the final conference programme. All accepted papers must be:

  • Presented at the conference in English by at least one of the authors
  • Original contributions, i.e., not previously published or under review for publication elsewhere
  • Peer-reviewed by the SC and published in the full conference proceedings and if accepted in Interlending and Document Supply journal

 

Deadlines

8 May 2015 – Proposals due to the Standing Committee
22 May 2015 – SC notifies authors whether proposal was accepted
15 September 2015 – Completed papers submitted by approved speakers
Please note that expenses of attending the conference, including travel, hotel, and conference registration fees will be the responsibility of the authors and at least one of the authors must attend the conference to present the paper.

# Name Surname Institution Country
1 Liia Ader Tallinn University Academic Library Estonia
2 Shadab Ahmad Qatar National Library Qatar
3 Tuba Akbayturk ANKOS, Koc University Turkey
4 Abdullah Alfudhili The Saudi Fund for Development Saudi Arabia
5 Fahd Abdulaziz Alsubaihi Saudi Fund for Development Saudi Arabia
6 Eva Bye Andersen Technical Informationcenter of Denmark, DTU Denmark
7 Oya Arus Sabancı University Turkey
8 Canay Ataoz Eastern Mediterranean University Cyprus
9 Peter Bae Princeton University United States Of America
10 Jean-Louis BARAGGIOLI Centre technique du livre de l\’enseignement supérieur (CTLes) France
11 Faten / Abdullah Barayyan ing Abdullah University for Science and Technology Saudi Arabia
12 Bahadır Barut Sabancı University Turkey
13 Athina Basha OSCE Presence in Albania (also memmber of Albanian Library Association) Albania
14 Camelia Boca The Central University Library Roumania
15 Ayhan Bozkurt Ozyegin University Turkey
16 Burcu Bulut Ipek University Turkey
17 Mertcan Çeki METU Northern Cyprus Campus Cyprus
18 Sema Çelikbaş ANKOS, Istanbul Technical University Turkey
19 Zeki Çelikbaş ANKOS, Istanbul Technical University Turkey
20 Carla Chalhoub American University of Beirut Lebanon
21 marco chiandoni University of Trieste Italy
22 Ertuğrul Çimen ANKOS, MEF University Library Turkey
23 Nicole Clasen ZBW Germany
24 Beth Clausen Northwestern University in Qatar Qatar
25 Brigitte CLEMENT INIST-CNRS France
26 Peter Douglas Collins University of Pennsylvania United States Of America
27 Jennifer Corsi OCLC Netherlands
28 Sami ÇUKADAR ANKOS, Istanbul Bilgi University Turkey
29 Cees-Jan (CJ preferred) de Jong University of Alberta Libraries Canada
30 Filiz E. Flores Mamondi Bogazici University Turkey
31 Liv Ellingsen Norwegian University of Life Sciences, NMBU Library Norway
32 Cecilia Ericson National Library of Sweden Sweden
33 Poul Erlandsen The Royal Library / CULIS Denmark
34 Faruk Nafiz Ertürk The Grand National Assembly of Turkey Turkey
35 Ibrahim Farah University of Balamand Lebanon
36 Robyn Fleming The Metropolitan Museum of Art United States Of America
37 Thanos Giannakopoulos INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGEY AGENCY LIBRARY Austria
38 MARIA FAUSTA GIASOLLI ITALIAN ANTITRUST AUTHORITY Italy
39 Elizabeth Graham Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar Library Qatar
40 Anne Helena Granberg Library, Hanken School of Economics Finland
41 Gizem Gültekin Dr.Várkonyi Monguz Kft. Hungary
42 Henrik Haagensen State and University Library Denmark
43 Deniz Han Koc University Turkey
44 Laurent Hédoin Centre technique du livre de l\’enseignement supérieur (CTLes) France
45 Mary Hollerich Augsburg College United States Of America
46 Elise Ingversen Technical University of Denmark, DTU Denmark
47 Pavlína Kafkova National library of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
48 Kerem Kahvecioglu ANKOS, Istanbul Bilgi University Turkey
49 Nikola KAZANSKI Central Library of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Bulgaria
50 Sofija Konjevic Rudjer Boskovic Institute Library Croatia
51 Stephanie Krueger National Library of Technology Czech Republic
52 Joe Lenkart University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign United States Of America
53 Aimee Lind Getty Research Library United States Of America
54 Ylva Lindgren Chalmers University of Technology, The Library Sweden
55 qingcai liu National Library of China China
56 Jens Ludvigsen Copenhagen University Library Denmark
57 Katriina Lukkarinen Rovaniemi City Library Finland
58 Maria Lushchik (Luštšik) University of Tartu Library Estonia
59 Clare MacKeigan Relais International Canada
60 Silvana Mangiaracina National Research Council Italy
61 Yvonne May Utrecht University Library Netherlands
62 Mike McGrath Editor ILDS United Kingdom
63 Katia Medawar Qatar National Library – Qatar Foundation Qatar
64 Perseus Rex Molina De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Philippines
65 Daniel Moussa subito.Documents from libraires Germany
66 Ari Muhonen Jyväskylä University Library Finland
67 Allan Mulondo Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law Luxembourg
68 Kurt Munson Northwestern University United States Of America
69 Lorna Newman University of Cincinnati United States Of America
70 Katia Nohra Lebanese American University Lebanon
71 Memet Özberk Utrecht University, University Library Netherlands
72 János Pancza Monguz Kft. Hungary
73 Dorthe Buur Pedersen The State and University Library Denmark
74 Thurid Petersen Copenhagen University Library Denmark
75 Lynne Porat University of Haifa Israel
76 Janette Raubenheimer University of South Africa South Africa
77 Ms.Chandra. S Apollo Hospital . India
78 Jarmo Saarti University of Eastern Finland Library Finland
79 Renke Saerens University of Antwerp Belgium
80 Robert A. Seal Loyola University United States Of America
81 Sasha Skenderija National Library of Technology Czech Republic
82 Brigitte Springmann Universitaetsbibliothek Basel, Switzerland Switzerland
83 Kevin Stewart Relais International Canada
84 Marina Stojkovic National library of Serbia Sirbistan
85 AYHAN TUGLU Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif University Turkey
86 Özge ÜLKÜ Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif University Turkey
87 Eyüp ULUGÖL Bilecik Şeyh Edebali Üniversitesi Turkey
88 Pentti Vattulainen National Repository Library Finland
89 David Thomas Winter University of British Columbia Library Canada
90 Maryam Zakerhamidi Tavanir Organization Iran

Hotel Information Sheet
Registrants are required to book their own accommodations directly with the hotel, which are indicated in the hotel information. Please use e-mail, fax or internet booking for the reservation and indicate that you are attending the ILDS2015 Meeting when making reservations. For more information registrants may contact directly to the hotels listed on Conference web page.

Meeting buses will operate between these hotels and meeting venue (T.R. Prime Ministry Directorate General of State Archives, Directorate of Ottoman Archives)

 

Important Notification for the Accommodation:

To get special discounted price for accommodation it is required to use the ILDS2015 code and to contact the recommended hotels directly by sending an e-mail given at the conference web page. This code is not applicable for the reservations through booking, tripadvisor or any other third party web pages & services.

 

Meeting Point:

Meeting Location & Date

September 30, 2015
Welcome Reception
17:40 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to İstanbul Technical University Maçka Campus
22:00 Buses Depart from İstanbul Technical University Maçka Campus to Conference Hotels-Taksim

October 1, 2015
07:30 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to the Conference Venue
17:00 Buses Depart from the Conference Venue to Conference Hotels-Taksim

October 2, 2015
07:45 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to the Conference Venue
17:10 Buses Depart from the Conference Venue to Conference Hotels-Taksim

Dinner Cruise: Bosphorus by Night: Cruise through the Bosphorus waterway separating the two continents of Europe and Asia, viewing the architectural masterpieces from the various eras of the city’s history.
18:30 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to the Boat
23:30 Buses Depart from the Boat to the Hotels-Taksim

October 3, 2015
08:00 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to the Conference Venue
13:00 Buses Depart from the Conference Venue to Conference Hotels-Taksim

 

RECOMMENDED HOTELS

 

HOTEL TROYA
Address: Meşrutiyet Cad. No:45 34430 Beyoğlu-İstanbul/Türkiye
Tel: +90 212 251 8206 Fax : +90 212 249 0438
E-mail: info@hoteltroya.com
Web: http://www.hoteltroya.com/
Reservation Code : ILDS2015
Contact: Ömer ÖzserinSingle rooms are available at €80 per night and double rooms at €90 per night.
The price includes breakfast and VAT.
   
THE MARMARA PERA HOTELS
Address: Mesrutiyet Cad. Tepebasi 34430 Beyoğlu-İstanbul/Türkiye
Tel: +90 212 334 03 00 Fax : +90 212 249 80 33
E-mail: pera-info@themarmarahotels.com
Web: http://www.themarmarahotels.com/
Reservation Code : ILDS2015
Contact: Güçlü Özkan/Selin KonalSingle rooms are available at €145 per night and double rooms at €155 per night.
The price includes breakfast. The VAT is not included to the price.
GRAND HOTEL de LONDRES
Address: Mesrutiyet Cad. No: 53 34430 Beyoğlu-İstanbul/Türkiye
Tel: +90 212 293 1619 Fax : +90 212 293 1619
E-mail: londra@londrahotel.net
Web: http://londrahotel.net/
Reservation Code : ILDS2015
Contact: Azimet KarakuşSingle rooms are available at €50 per night and double rooms at €65 per night.
The price includes breakfast and VAT.
THE PERA HOTEL
Address: Meşrutiyet Cad. No: 113 34430 Beyoğlu-İstanbul/Türkiye
Tel: +90 212 292 5000 Fax : +90 212 292 5010
E-mail: info@theperahotel.com
Web: http://londrahotel.net/
Reservation Code : ILDS2015
Contact: Meri ElStandart rooms are available at €70 per night.
The price includes breakfast and VAT.
THE COLLAGE HOTEL
Address: Osmanlı Yokuşu Muhtar Kamil Sok. Basmacı Binası No:3 Kat:4 34437 Taksim- İstanbul/Türkiye
Tel: +90 212 243 18 22 Fax : +90 212 293 40 93
E-mail: sales@collagehotels.com
Web: http://www.collagehotels.com
Reservation Code : ILDS2015
Contact: Mine YavuzDouble rooms are available at €80 per night.
Single rooms are available at €70 per night.
The price includes breakfast and VAT.
GRAND HOTEL HALİÇ
Address: Refik Saydam Cad.Tepebaşı Bulvarı No:37 Şişhane-Beyoğlu-İstanbul /Türkiye
Tel: +90 212 252 69 80 Fax : +90 212 249 70 66
E-mail: aylaaytekin@grandhalic.com
Web: http://www.grandhalic.com
Reservation Code : ILDS2015
Contact: Ayla AytekinDouble rooms are available at €90 per night.
Single rooms are available at €75 per night.
Triple rooms are available at €122 per night
De luxe corner room are available at €130 per night
The price includes breakfast and VAT

Social Program

Social Program   Social Program   Social Program   Social Program   Social Program  Social Program

Reservation till 21.09.15 per e-mail(kadir@thalestour.com), payment on site)

TOUR 1- Half Day Classical Istanbul City Tour (Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Grand Bazaar) 03.10.2015 13:30-19:00

We begin our tour of the Sultanahmet district, the heart of old Istanbul, at Hagia Sophia*. Built by the Emperor Justinian in the early 6th century AD and designed by Anthemius of Tralles and Isodore of Miletus, the church is one of the marvels of world architecture. Converted into a mosque in 1453, it is now a museum. Its massive dome still dominates the skyline of old Istanbul. It is also famed for its mosaics, including glittering portraits of emperors and empresses and a poignant Virgin and Child. Next we visit the Blue Mosque which takes its name from the exquisite tiles adorning its interior. Built by Sultan Ahmet I in the early 17th century and designed by a pupil of Sinan, the greatest of Ottoman architects, it is the only imperial mosque with six minarets. Its courtyard is especially grand. The Hippodrome, the stadium of ancient Byzantium, held 100,000 spectators and featured objects from all corners of the empire. Of these, an Egyptian obelisk and a bronze sculpture of three entwined serpents from Delphi survive. Than we visit Grand Bazaar; the largest and the oldest covered market place in the world with more than 4,000 shops in the labyrinth of streets. Enjoy the colorful array of shops that offer an endless selection of goods that includes jewelry, fabrics, spices and local handicrafts.

Price p.P 29,-€ (includes transfers, guide and all entrance fees)


TOUR 2- Half Day Classical Istanbul City Tour (Topkapı Palace, Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Grand Bazaar) 03.10.2015 13:30-19:00

We visit the magnificent Topkapi Palace, offering a true insight into the secret life of the Ottoman Empire. Topkapi Palace was from the 15th to the 19th century the principal residence of the Ottoman Sultans. We will visit the fabulous Imperial Treasury and the Baghdad Kiosk. Topkapi Palace is now a museum and has unrivalled collections of jewelry, including the Spoonmaker’s Diamond, the 3rd largest in the world. Next we visit the Blue Mosque which takes its name from the exquisite tiles adorning its interior. Built by Sultan Ahmet I in the early 17th century and designed by a pupil of Sinan, the greatest of Ottoman architects, it is the only imperial mosque with six minarets. Its courtyard is especially grand. The Hippodrome, the stadium of ancient Byzantium, held 100,000 spectators and featured objects from all corners of the empire. Of these, an Egyptian obelisk and a bronze sculpture of three entwined serpents from Delphi survive. Than we visit Grand Bazaar; the largest and the oldest covered market place in the world with more than 4,000 shops in the labyrinth of streets. Enjoy the colorful array of shops that offer an endless selection of goods that includes jewelry, fabrics, spices and local handicrafts.

Price p.P 29,-€ (includes transfers, guide and all entrance fees)


TOUR 3- Bosporus Boat Trip / Half Day (with a private boat) 03.10.2015 13:30-16:30

At afternoon we enjoy the Bosporus boat trip. Istanbul’s winding straits for a chance to relax and admire the shoreline of beautiful mosques, lavish palaces and decadent villas. During the excursion you will pass the magnificent Dolmabahce Palace on the European coastline of the Bosphorus strait and Beylerbeyi Palace; the summer residence of Ottoman Sultans on the Asian.

Price p.P 25,-€ (includes transfers, guide and all entrance fees)


TOUR 4- Full Day Classical Istanbul City Tour (Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Topkapı Palace, Grand Bazaar) 04.10.2015 09:00-18:00

Morning: We begin our tour of the Sultanahmet district, the heart of old Istanbul, at Hagia Sophia*. Built by the Emperor Justinian in the early 6th century AD and designed by Anthemius of Tralles and Isodore of Miletus, the church is one of the marvels of world architecture. Converted into a mosque in 1453, it is now a museum. Its massive dome still dominates the skyline of old Istanbul. It is also famed for its mosaics, including glittering portraits of emperors and empresses and a poignant Virgin and Child. Next we visit the Blue Mosque which takes its name from the exquisite tiles adorning its interior. Built by Sultan Ahmet I in the early 17th century and designed by a pupil of Sinan, the greatest of Ottoman architects, it is the only imperial mosque with six minarets. Its courtyard is especially grand. The Hippodrome, the stadium of ancient Byzantium, held 100,000 spectators and featured objects from all corners of the empire. Of these, an Egyptian obelisk and a bronze sculpture of three entwined serpents from Delphi survive.

Free time for Lunch

Afternoon: We visit the magnificent Topkapi Palace, offering a true insight into the secret life of the Ottoman Empire. Topkapi Palace was from the 15th to the 19th century the principal residence of the Ottoman Sultans. We will visit the fabulous Imperial Treasury and the Baghdad Kiosk. Topkapi Palace is now a museum and has unrivalled collections of jewelry, including the Spoonmaker’s Diamond, the 3rd largest in the world. Than we visit Grand Bazaar; the largest and the oldest covered market place in the world with more than 4,000 shops in the labyrinth of streets. Enjoy the colorful array of shops that offer an endless selection of goods that includes jewelry, fabrics, spices and local handicrafts.

Price p.P 45,-€ (includes transfers, guide and all entrance fees)

Meeting Location & Date

September 30, 2015
Welcome Reception
17:40 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to İstanbul Technical University Maçka Campus
22:00 Buses Depart from İstanbul Technical University Maçka Campus to Conference Hotels-Taksim

October 1, 2015
07:30 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to the Conference Venue
17:00 Buses Depart from the Conference Venue to Conference Hotels-Taksim

October 2, 2015
07:45 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to the Conference Venue
17:10 Buses Depart from the Conference Venue to Conference Hotels-Taksim

Dinner Cruise: Bosphorus by Night: Cruise through the Bosphorus waterway separating the two continents of Europe and Asia, viewing the architectural masterpieces from the various eras of the city’s history.
18:30 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to the Boat
23:30 Buses Depart from the Boat to the Hotels-Taksim

October 3, 2015
08:00 Buses Depart from in front of the Peak Hotel to the Conference Venue
13:00 Buses Depart from the Conference Venue to Conference Hotels-Taksim

Arrival in Istanbul

Istanbul has two international airports; Istanbul Ataturk Airport and Sabiha Gökçen International Airport Mostly the Ataturk Airport is used by major airlines as it is in the European side of Istanbul.

From the Ataturk Airport to the City Centre –Taksim Square (~25 km)

Ataturk International Airport is located 25 km from Taksim Square (city centre)

By Taxi: A taxi from the airport to the Taksim Square costs between 17€ to 20€. The trip takes between 35 and 65 minutes depending on stream of traffic. Note: The taxi rates are same all day long.

By Shuttles Buses: Shuttle Buses called “Havas” travel between Ataturk Airport and Taksim Square every 30 minutes. It takes approximately 45 and 75 minutes depending on stream of traffic. The ticket costs 5 €.

By Public Buses: The Bus 96T travel between Ataturk Airport and Taksim Square every 50 minutes. It takes approximately 60 and 90 minutes depending on stream of traffic. The ticket costs 1 €. Note: The Public Buses are available between 07:00 – 21:00 hours.

From the Sabiha Gokcen International Airport to the City Centre–Taksim Square (~50 km)

Sabiha Gokcen International Airport is located on the Anatolian shore of Istanbul and 50 km from Taksim Square (city centre).

By Taxi: A taxi from the airport to the Taksim Square costs between 35 € to 40 €. The trip takes between 50 and 90 minutes depending on stream of traffic.

By Shuttles Buses: Shuttle Buses called “Havas” travel between Sabiha Gokcen International Airport and Taksim Square every 1 hour. It takes approximately 70 and 90 minutes depending on stream of traffic. The ticket costs 6 €.

By Public Buses: The Bus E-3 travel between Ataturk Airport and 4.Levent Subway Station. It takes approximately 100 and 120 minutes depending on stream of traffic. The ticket costs 2,5 € . Note: The Public Buses are available between 02:00 – 23:00 hours.

Istanbul maintains a distinguished position among the metropolis of the world with its unique geographical location and a cultural heritage of thousands of years.  As one of the most energetic cities in the world Istanbul continually gets to be an attraction center.

The city offers a huge array of important historic buildings including the Topkapi Palace, the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque. It has a wealth of archaeological monuments as well as a vibrant and colourful local culture of tea gardens, taverns, and markets such as the spice bazaar and Grand Bazaar, ‘the world’s oldest shopping center’.

There is a sense of energy and innovation in the city which is again very fashionable as a world destination. There is a wealth of exciting new art galleries and museums as well as restaurants, bars and nightlife.

On this page, you can get more information about Istanbul, 2010 European Capital of Culture. Most of popular links are below. Hope that all the participants will have a good time…

Istanbul Maps

Transportation in Istanbul

 

Weather

 

News and Magazines

 

Recommended books about Istanbul

 

Turkish Cuisine

 

General

Email : ilds2015@ankos.org.tr

SPONSORS

ORGANIZERS

The IFLA Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Section Standing Committee (2013 – 2015) is solely responsible for the selection of papers and final program.
The 14th ILDS Planning Committee is responsible for all local arrangements, including social events, library tours, hotel information, restaurant recommendations, transportation, and tourism information