The Information Technology committee was created in 1999 with the purpose of foreseeing the possible developments in information technology and their potential impact on the business of IAML and of music librarians and to show them in open working sessions. From 2004 chair was Antony Gordon succeeding Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi.
Committee was disbanded in 2013
- Naples 2008 sessions
- Sydney 2007 meeting
- Göteborg 2006 programme
- Périgueux, 10 July 2001: (among others, this paper was presented: Semantic web and the librarian: XML Schemas as a future way of cataloguing?)
- Edinburgh, 7 August 2000: (among others, this paper was presented: Databases in the IAML website)
Further sessions took place at Berkeley in 2002, Tallinn in 2003, Oslo in 2004 and Warszawa in 2005.