The International Relations Committee of the American Library Associationis seeking your help in establishing relationships between students inyour program and students in library programs across the globe. IRC hassubcommittees representing regions of the world (Africa,
found at www.ala.org.
If you would be willing to help use find students who would be willing to establish communication with students in other countries, we would appreciate your help. IFLA is publishing a directory of international library and information science education programs later this year, so we should have contact information for you.
Students who do participate in this project may be able to meet their
counterparts because IFLA this year will be in
will be somewhat less expensive for students who would like to attend IFLA
and join the wider world of librarianship.