International conference “Breaking barries – Contemporary use…”

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The National Book Council of Malta is pleased to announce the list of speakers for the open conference Breaking barriers – Contemporary use, models and allocation of ISBN across the world, organised in collaboration with the Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies (UK) and Logos.

The conference will be held at the Palace Hotel, Sliema, Malta, on Saturday 22 September 2018. The conference is free of charge and will be open to the public. Click here to view the full agenda of the conference.

The best papers presented at the conference will be published in a special edition of the premier publishing journal Logos, published by Brill.

The selected papers are the following:

Miljana Šurlan
National Library of Serbia
ISBN – Serbian Practice
Joel P. Lascano

National Library of the Philippines
ISBN : the Philippine Experience

Katarzyna Nakonieczna
National Library of Poland
Leading or following the publishers? E-ISBN online service and publishers’ native metadata in the National Library of Poland

Miguel Jiménez
Agencia del ISBN, Madrid, Spain
Spain: a paperless ISBN Agency

Alenka Kanič
National and University Library in Ljubljana
International identifiers in an recently born country

Alison Bullock
Library and Archives Canada (LAC)
Symbiosis: Rewards by relationships in the Canadian ISBN System

Carol Riccalton
Preservation and Legal Deposit Unit, Luxembourg
Publications Office of the European Union

Renata Cozonac
ISBN, ISSN, and ISMN National Agency in the Republic of Moldova

ISBN assignment process in Moldova

Angus Phillips / Miha Kovač
Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies / University of Ljubljana What is a book?

Mark Camilleri
National Book Council of Malta
Malta’s ISBN Databse and the Benefits of Open Data

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