EIFL

AcronymDefinition
EIFLElectronic Information for Libraries (low-cost access to developing countries)
EIFLElectronic Information for Libraries
EIFLEastern Indoor Football League
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EIFL press release on its agreement with Cambridge Journals Online eifl.net/news/renewal-agreement-cambridge-journals-online-2
EIFL-FOSS (http://www.eifl.net/foss) is one of EIFL's programs and its goal is to create and share knowledge about FOSS library tools.
EIFL also provides a page for the libraries interested in the Evergreen ILS, with links to the full case studies of the three pilot libraries: Fundamental Scientific Library of the National Academy of Sciences, Armenia; Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya, Nepal; and Midlands State University Library, Zimbabwe.
In Europe the International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC), the European ICOLC, and Electronic Information for Libraries (eIFL) have had very important roles in promoting cooperation between libraries and in promoting consortium development and licensing.
In a statement, EIFL says the requirement limits in practice what libraries in Malawi are permitted to do.
Er iddo lwyddo i adnabod y celwydd cyntaf (nad yr Eifl oedd mynydd uchaf Cymru), methwyd ar yr ail gelwydd gan iddo dybio fod "garglo dwr a halen" ddim yn llesol i wddwg tost (rhaid ei lyncu!).
A dyma chi gwestiwn diddorol yn codi yn syth, rhyw bymtheg milltir sydd yna rhwng Segontium a Tre'r Ceiri, yn wir mae'r Eifl i'w weld yn glir o brif fynedfa De-orllewin Segontium.
The open-plan living area was well equipped and looked out onto the peaks of Yr Eifl - also known as the Rivals.
The singing extravaganza is the Huddersfield Methodist Choir Christmas concert, and also features Welsh choir Cor Godre'r Eifl and Sellers International Youth Band.
Electronic Information for Libraries (eIFL) is a particularly good example, eIFL was formed in 1999 as a joint project of the Sorus Foundation's Open Society Institute and EBSCO publishing, with the aim of fostering library consortia and e-content services in countries with limited online information infrastructure, eIFL has developed into an independent consortium providing e-content services in forty developing countries, particularly in Eastern Europe and Africa (Electronic Information for Libraries, n.d.).
This paper presents the history, current status, and future development of eIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries Direct)--a large-scale project run by the Soros Foundations Network and the Open Society Institute.
Roedd yr ail gymal, o Drefor i Morfa Nefyn, yn cychwyn gyda heic hegar o'r pentref i Fwlch yr Eifl.