International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists (IAALD)
Association internationale des spécialistes de l'information agricole
Asociación Internacional de Especialistas de Información Agricola
1955-09-09 Ghent Belgium
Founded 9 Sep 1955, Ghent (Belgium), succeeding H-XH0164 - International Committee of Agricultural Librarians, set up 1935. Original title: International Association of Agricultural Librarians and Documentalists – Association internationale des bibliothécaires et documentalistes agricoles – Asociación Internacional de Bibliotecarios y Documentalistas Agricolas – Internationale Gesellschaft Landwirtschaftlicher Bibliothekare und Dokumentare. Ceased to exist 2017.
Be the leading global community/practice for information specialists in agriculture; enable members to create, capture, access and apply information to achieve a more productive and sustainable use of the world's land, water and renewable natural resources.
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