Challenges of Modern Technologies - Programme

5th Joint Conference of Slovenian Special and Academic Libraries: “Challenges of Modern Technologies: The Competitive Advantage of Library Services”, 17– 18 October 2012, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

Keynote speaker: Michael Day, Research Officer and Team Leader, UKOLN, University of Bath: Continuity and change: opportunities and challenges for the future of research libraries in a data-intensive age

Session I. Library services in the light of modern technologies

Keynote speaker: Reinhard Altenhoener, Director of IT, National Library of Germany

  1. Gorazd Vodeb: Monitoring digitisation of cultural heritage: The European project ENUMERATE and the state of digitisation in Slovenia
  2. Tilen Mandelj, Mitja Iskrič: Social networks' influence on the Slovenian libraries
  3. Stephan Hanser: Current and future trends in digital research and learning environments
  4. Darko Majcenović, Boža Oberč, Nana Turk, Anamarija Rožić: Distance education: Experience in the Central Medical Library
  5. Julita Madzio: Online Products from Oxford University Press
  6. Janez Jug: Linking the library catalog and the web office at the Faculty of Social Sciences
  7. Iulian Herciu: Research on Researchers. What and how are we using information
  8. Kristina Janc: Opportunities and challenges of the blind, visually impaired and other persons with print disabilities.
  9. Jan Luprich, Mirko Kondic: Premium Research Experience and Library Success: EBSCO Discovery Solution

Session II. eBook from the publisher’s, librarian’s and user’s perspective

  1. Viljem Leban: iPad connects to the information resources of the Kranj City Library / Introducing iPads at the City Library of Kranj
  2. Andrej Klemenc: E-Books market model for e-books readers
  3. Jurij Gašparič: Historical overview of modern technological challenges
  4. Marko Hercog: eBooks in Slovenia: Technical possibilities and perspectives

Session III. Influence of modern ICT on library operations and processes

Keynote speaker: Joachim Schoepfel, Head of LIS Department and Head of Digitisation Centre, Lille University

  1. Davor Šoštarič, Pero Šobot: Practical experience and development visions
  2. Mateja Švajncer, Petra Vide Ogrin, Joh Dokler: Exchange of publications as a challenge for implementation of new technologies in the SASA library
  3. Mira Vovk Avšič: Central Specialised Information Centre in the field of Engineering (CSICE) in the Slovenian Current Research Information System (SICRIS)
  4. Matjaž Kragelj: Development of suitable methodology for automatic classification of electronic publications in Universal Decimal Classification – UDC
  5. Nienke van Schaverbeke: An Introduction to The European Library
  6. Irena Petrijevčanin Vuksanović, Bojan Sudarević: Open source software in libraries - why and how?
  7. Teja Koler Povh, Goran Turk, Matjaž Mikoš: The institutional repository as an advantage for users and as a challenge for librarians
  8. Milan Ojsteršek, Janez Brezovnik, Marko Ferme, Mladen Borovič, Mojca Kotar: A pilot implementation of a national infrastructure for open access to e-theses and research publications

Session IV. Influence of modern technologies on the development of librarians and library profession

Keynote speaker: Primož Južnič, Head of LIS Department, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

  1. Angela Čuk: Librarians' cooperation in creating, developing and sustaining knowledge database of their organisation
  2. Hedvika Pavlica, Kristina Pritekelj: Librarians' continuing education at the Faculty of Arts libraries and their training for the implementation and use of it in the last five years
  3. Maja Božič: Are Slovenian academic and special librarians ready to meet the challenges of new technologies?
  4. Mojca Dolgan Petrič: Open data and the re-use of public sector information : an opportunity or a threat for libraries
  5. Sabina Fras Popović, Špela Razpotnik: The Slovenian Library Association facing future challenges

Panel discussion: »Where is the competitive advantage of librarians as information professionals?”

Poster session: »Forms and images of digital services in academic and special libraries «

  1. Sara Horvat: Digital library of the National School of Leadership in Education
  2. Bernarda Korez, Dunja Legat: Doctoral Dissertations of the University of Maribor in the Proquest Dissertation & Theses A&I Bibliographic Database
  3. Nataša Godec: Virtual poster in the form of eBook on iPad: Why not with an interactive eBook?
  4. Srečko Bončina: eBooks lending at the National and University Library
  5. Matija Brumen in Alenka Blatnik: To EOD books in 3 steps

Workshops:

  1. How to manage social networks?
  2. How can we produce an eBook? (Participants are asked to bring their mobile devices like iPads, tablets, or intelligent phones)
  3. How to undertake a digitisation project?