<b>Croatia</b>: In Service of Their Communities: Public Libraries Today


  • Aleksandra Horvat

Author Biography

Aleksandra Horvat

horvat.jpg Aleksandra Horvat is Professor at the Department of Information Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, where she teaches Bibliographic organization, Information legislation and ethics, Libraries and library collections, Academic librarianship and Libraries in the society to both graduate and postgraduate students. She is the author of several books, including Knji?ni?ni katalog i autorstvo /Library Catalogue and Authorship/, 1995; O katalogu: izbor iz radova dr. Eve Verona /On the Catalogue: Selected Works by Dr. Eva Verona/, 2005; and the co-author of Knji?nice i autorsko pravo /Libraries and Copyright/, 2009. She is a co-editor of a series of books of proceedings of the Round Table on Free Access to Information published by the Croatian Library Association. She has delivered lectures to librarians in all major cities in Croatia and in a number of countries abroad, and helped in the establishment of the Centre for Continuing Training of Librarians in Croatia in 2001. An active member of the Croatian Library Association, she served as its president from 1992 to 1994. At present she chairs the Association's Round Group for Copyright and Open Access, and is also a member of EBLIDA/EGIL and IFLA/CLM.


How to Cite

Horvat, A. (2011). <b>Croatia</b>: In Service of Their Communities: Public Libraries Today. Uncommon Culture, 2(1), 76–83. Retrieved from https://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/UC/article/view/3657