Papers


1.1
Scriptorium – A New Open Access Platform for Digitised Newspapers
Jeannette Frey, Bibliothèque Cantonale et Universitaire (BCU), Lausanne, Switzerland
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

1.2
Sustainability and Academic Libraries in Spain: REBIUN Report
Amada Marcos; Jose Luis Menendez, Spanish Academic Libraries Network (REBIUN), Madrid, Spain
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

1.3
Research Data Management and Research Libraries
Jesper Boserup Thestrup, State and University Library, Aarhus, Denmark;
Filip Kruse, State and University Library, Aarhus, Denmark
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

1.4
MedOANet: The Copyright and OA Landscape in Mediterranean Europe
Karin Ludewig, European Network for Copyright in Support of Education and Science (ENCES), Berlin, Germany
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

2.1
Managing the Data Deluge: A Roadmap for European Universities in the Era of Data-driven Science
Paul Ayris, UCL (University College London), London, UK
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

2.2
Designing Libraries for Research Collaboration in the Network World
Sheila Corrall, University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

2.3
Inist-CNRS: Upskilling of the IT Staff and Research Support Strategy
Marie-Christine Jacquemot-Perbal, Inist-CNRS, Nancy, France
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

2.4
Oral Memory Archives in Times of War and Oppression
Anna Titus, IN3 Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Universitat Oberta del Catalunya, Spain
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

3.1
Opening Up Repositories for the Semantic Web: A Case Study in the Domain of Economic Research
Timo Borst, German National Library for Economics (ZBW), Kiel, Germany
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

3.2
Building a Global Open Knowledge Base
Kristin Antelman, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.,USA;
Liam Earney, JISC Collections, Didcot, UK
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

3.3
Improving Library Management by Using Cost Analysis Tools: A Case Study for Cataloguing Processes
Lorena Siguenza-Guzman, Centre for Industrial Management Traffic and Infrastructure, KU Leuven, Belgium, and Faculty of Engineering, University of Cuenca, Ecuador
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

3.4
Copyright in the Public Sphere: Reimagining Law and Economics to Solve the National Institutes of Health Publishing Controversy
Charlotte Tschider, Hamline University School of Law, Minnesota, USA
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

4.1
Piloting a National Programme for the Digitisation of Medieval Manuscripts in Germany
Claudia Fabian, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich, Germany
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

4.2
Modelling the Future Costs of Storing Print and Digital Collections
Darryl K. Mead, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, UKPresentation
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

4.3
Converging Parallel Universes: Library Services as Building Blocks of Digital Humanities Research
Gregor Horstkemper, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich, Germany
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

4.4
Promoting the Transition from Print to e-Books in Finland
Paula Mikkonen, National Library of Finland, Helsinki, Finland
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

5.1
What is Special, Anyway? The State of Unique and Distinctive Collections – A View from RLUK
Mike Mertens, Research Libraries UK (RLUK), London, UK
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

5.2
Towards Perfection Step by Step – User Experience Design and Evaluation in the Context of Digital Libraries
Heli Kautonen, National Library of Finland, Helsinki, Finland
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

5.3
User Involvement – Crowdsourcing
Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard, The Royal Library, Copenhagen, Denmark
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

5.4
Research Trends and Open Access Publishing
Charles David Eckman, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

6.1
Reshaping Digital Library Services at National Level – Why, How, When?
Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, National Library of Finland, Helsinki, Finland
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

6.2
Common Ground: A Policy Framework for Open Access to Research Data
Susan Reilly, LIBER, The Hague, The Netherlands
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

6.3
Journals and their Policies on Data Sharing: Lessons from the JoRD Project
Jane H. Smith, Centre for Research Communications, University of Nottingham, UK
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

7.1
'Too Early, Too Fast?': The Regulation of the eBook Market in France and its Possible Effects on EU Libraries
Sébastien Respingue-Perrin, Couperin, France
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

7.2
The PDA Checklist for Academic Libraries
Karin Byström, Uppsala University Library, Sweden
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

7.3
On the Two Sides of the Pond
Hans-Jörg Lieder, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin, Germany;
Katalin Radics, Young Research Library, UCLA, California, USA
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

7.4
The Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) - Background and Meaning
Margo Bargheer, Göttingen University Library, Germany
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

8.1
User Evaluation of the eBook Service in Finnish Public Libraries
Olli Nurmi, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Espoo, Finland
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

8.2
Biblissima: A National Interoperability Project about the Middle Ages and Renaissance Books and Libraries
Matthieu Bonicel, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris, France
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

8.3
Meeting the Needs of PhD Candidates: Services, Networks and Relevance
Eystein Gullbekk, University of Oslo Library, Norway
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

8.4
Applying Theoretical Archival Principles and Policies to Actual Born Digital Collections
Leigh Rosin, National Library of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

9.1
Agile Development of the OSS-based Online Service Finna
Aki Lassila, National Library of Finland, Helsinki, Finland
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

9.2
The nestor Guidelines for Preservation Planning – a Process Model
Sabine Schrimpf, Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

9.3
Open Access – Perspectives in the Humanities
Hildegard Schäffler, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich, Germany
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

9.4
Search25: Sharing Library Resources to Offer Users More
John Tuck, Royal Holloway University of London, UK
Presentation   Abstract & Profile

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