Topics discussed in this special issue include an investigation into the ways in which an academic library from Norway adapted to the COVID-19 crisis (How an academic library worked during the Covid-19 pandemic by Ane Landøy and Trude Færevaag) and an „analysis of the online presence of Romanian libraries” (LIBRARIES IN THE CONTEXT OF A PANDEMIC: CRISIS AND OPORTUNITY by Elena Tîrziman). The reader will also find an article regarding RDA (Resource Description and Access) and its functionalities (RDA – THE LONG WAY TO A CHANGE OF VISION by Victoria Frâncu).
Revista Română de Biblioteconomie și Știința Informării=Romanian Journal of Library and Information Science (RRBSI) - ISSN 2559-5490, ISSN-L 1841-1940, DOI https://doi.org/10.26660/rrbsi - is a quarterly, peer-reviewed and open access journal, edited since 2005 by Romanian Library Association.
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