4. juli 2017

Program

The 39th Annual IATUL Conference, Oslo June 17th -22nd 2018

NB! Small changes may occur.Room number will be announced later. Last updated: April 19th

Sunday June 17th

09:00-16:30 IATUL Board Meeting (IATUL Board members only)

17:30-19:30 Registration

18:00-19:30 Welcome reception

Monday June 18th

08:00- 17:30 Registration (all day)

09:00-09:30 Opening session/Welcoming remarks

09:30-10:00 Plenary session
Beyond Open Access
Curt Rice, Rector OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway).

10:00-10:30 Plenary session
Project DEAL – Germany’s approach to licence agreements with major STM publishers on a publish&read basis
Hildegard Schaeffler – Bavarian State Library in Munich (Germany).

10:30-11:00 Morning break

11:00-12:00 Keynote
User experience research. Why and how?
Andy Priestner – Freelance trainer and consultant in user experience (UX) research methods, leadership and teambuilding (UK).

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:00 Keynote
Sustainable Development Goals or “Stupid Development Goals”?
Dan Banik – Professor and Research Director University of Oslo (Norway)

14:00-15:30 Parallel sessions

1A: Strategic collaboration locally and globally 1B: User Centered Library and Service Design 1C: Research Support and Open Science
14:00-14:30

Academic Libraries Support Cross-Disciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Heather Howard, Margaret Phillips, David Zwicky – Purdue University (USA)

14:00-14:30

User Knowledge Management – How University Libraries Analyse User Needs and Develop Services

Håkan Carlsson – Gothenburg University (Sweden), Tore Torngren – Lund University (Sweden)

14:00-14:30

Building library-based support structures for Open Science

Henrik Karlstrøm, Ingrid Heggland – Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

14:30-15:00

One Nation One Membership: An effort to unite library membership in Indonesia

Johan Noor – Brawijaya University (Indonesia)

14:30-15:00

Knowing me, knowing you – making user perspectives an integrated part of library design thinking

Idun Knutsdatter Østerdal, Karen Johanne Buset, Una Ersdal, Astrid Kilvik, Liv Inger Lamøy – Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

14:30-15:00

Supporting Research in a Digital World – Positioning the Library on Campus

Ewald Brahms – University of Hildesheim Foundation (Germany)

15:00-15:30

Scaling and sustaining international partnerships – a case study

Xin Li – Cornell University Library (USA), Pan Wei – China Agriculture University Library (P.R. China)

15:00-15:30

Liberate my degree: how libraries can help students have influence over their services

Leo Appleton, Goldsmiths – University of London (UK)

15:00-15:30

Research support – “just in time”?

Inga Lena Grønlund – OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway)

15:30-16:00 Afternoon break

16:00-17:30 Parallel sessions

2A: Information Literacy in a Digital Age 2B: IATUL Special Interest Groups 2C: User Centered Library and Service Design
16:00-16:30

A digital information literacy course for university teachers: challenges and possibilities

Katri Rintamäki, Anne Lehto – University of Vaasa (Finland)

16:00-16:30

Report on Special Interest Group for Information Literacy

Caroline Leiss – Technical University of Munich (Germany)

16:00-16:30

Studio 55: Library Makerspace with a difference

Gillian Barthorpe, Hans Tommy – Auckland University of Technology Library (New Zealand)

16:30-17:00

Challenges of information literacy in a digital age: a case of two South African Universities

Mathew Moyo – North-West University (South Africa)

16:30-17:00

Special Interest Group for the Advancement of Library Services in Emerging Countries (SIG-ALICE): an introduction and highlights

Bethany Wilkes – Yale-NUS College (Singapore)
Dianne Cmor – Concordia University in Montreal (Canada)
Veronika Diem – Technical University of Munich (Germany)
Kolap Mao – Pannasastra University of Cambodia (Cambodia)

16:30-17:00

Using Virtual Reality to Create Real World Collaborations

Richard Smith, Oliver Bridle – University of Oxford (UK)

17:00-17:30

The value and impact of two Carnegie funded training programs on librarianship in selected African countries

Marlene Holmner, Theo Bothma, Martie van Deventer – University of Pretoria (South Africa)

17:00-17:30

Special Interest Group for Research Impact Support Services in Libraries (IATUL SIG-Metrics)

Trish Wilson – Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)

17:00-17:30

Selecting and Implementing Leading Edge Technology Services: Library as Partner in the Innovation Ecosystem

Patrick Colegrove – DeLaMare Library (USA)

19:00-21:00 Evening Reception, Oslo Town Hall

Tuesday June 19th

08:00- 17:30 Registration (all day)

09:00-09:30 Plenary session
Libraries for the Future
Aslak Sira Myhre, General Director of National Library Norway

09:30-10:00 Plenary session
Socio-econo-politico-techno-expialidociuos: information literacy in the increasingly automated digital landscape
Bethany Wilkes, Yale-NUS College in Singapore (Singapore), Dianne Cmor, Concordia University (Canada)

10:00-10:30 Morning break

10:30-12:00 Parallel sessions

3A: User Centered Library and Service Design 3B: Information Literacy in a Digital Age 3C: Research Support and Open Science
10:30-11:00

Universal Design in Libraries

Sharon Bostick – Illinois Institute of Technology (USA), Olaf Eigenbrodt – State University Library Hamburg (Germany)

10:30-11:00

Inspiring innovation with patent information literacy in the engineering technology curriculum

David Zwicky, Margaret Phillips – Purdue University (USA)

10:30-11:00

RDM skills development in the absence of context

Martie van Deventer – (South Africa)

11:00-11:30

Influence of Ambiance on Library Usage and Customer Satisfaction

Maria Mann-Kallenborn – Bundeswehr University Munich (Germany)

11:00-11:30

Engineering graduates at work: Reality check for information literacy

Caroline Leiss, Pia Ludwig – Technical University of Munich (Germany)

11:00-11:30

Quadcopters or Linguistic Corpora – Establishing RDM Services for Small-Scale Data Producers at Big Universities

Göran Hamrin – KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), Viola Voss – ULB Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (Germany)

11:30-12:00

New academic library : what considerations went into designing library spaces in the recently launched library buildings in universities in Kenya

Azenath Ateka – United States International University Africa (Kenya)

11:30-12:00

How do professional engineers use information compared to undergraduates, and how can libraries prepare students and support engineers for future success?

Margaret Phillips, Michael Fosmire, Jing Lu – Purdue University (USA), Kristin Petersheim, Laura Turner- Catepillar Inc. (USA)

11:30-12:00

Another player in citation database. Are we subscribing?

Yuyun Wirawati Ishak – Singapore Management University Libraries (Singapore)

 

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:00 Poster session

Be visible!
Sarmite Krauze, Jolanta Ivanova – RTU Scientific Library (Latvia)

A Comparative Study of the Digital Literacy of Librarians working in the Selected Central and College Libraries
Nina Abazar Kheirian, Seyed Javad Ghazi Mirsaeid, Fatemeh Sheikhshoaei – Teheran University, Iran School of Allied Medical Sciences, Teheran University of Medical Sciences (Iran)

Information Literacy in a digital age: A case of United States International University, Africa
Mary Ngure – United States International University Africa (Kenya)

Design for informal learning: The shifiting ground of academic library design
Erica DeFrain – University of Nebraska-Lincoln (USA)

User-centered study carrel redesign
Jennifer Paustenbaugh, C. Jeffrey Belliston, Holt Zaugg – Brigham Young University (USA)

Marketing the library in the digital age – some tips and tricks
Mari Serine Kannelønning, Bettina Grødem Knutsen, Hanne Sofie Liljan, Gry Bettina Moxnes, Guro Nygaard, Henning Sandvik, Hanne Rennesund Tallaksen, Elise Valseth – OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway)

How to convey artists’ books in a digital world?
Kristine Jakobsen, Trond Lossius – Oslo National Academy of the Arts (Norway)

What do Demand-Driven E-Acquisition, E-Cataloguing and E-Lending Activities Really Cost: A case Study in Tallin University of Technology Library
Kate-Riin Kont – Tallin University of Technology Library (Estonia)

Aligning Academic Library Space and Services with Millennial’s Learning Styles
Silas Oliveira – Andrews University (USA)

14:00-15:30 IATUL Annual General Meeting

15:30-16:00 Afternoon break

16:00-17:30 Parallel sessions

4A: Information literacy in a Digital Age 4B: Research Support and Open Science 4C: User Centered Library and Service Design
16:00-16:30

Enhancing Information Literacy via MOOC and Library’s i-Space

Shirley Chiu-wing Wong – Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)

16:00-16:30

Opening data-minds: positioning a library to meet data education curricular initiatives in response to university data science education mandates

Megan Sapp Nelson – Purdue University (USA)

16:00-16:30

Roboter ante portas? About the deployment of an humanoid robot in a library

Janett Mohnke, Frank Seeliger, Benjamin Stahl – TUAS Wildau (Germany)

16:30-17:00

Using technology to teach students information literacy skills: an online module for first-year students at the University of Johannesburg

Elize Du Toit – University of Johannesburg (South Africa)

16:30-17:00

Publishing behavior of engineers in the changing times

Lenka Nemeckova – Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic)

16:30-17:00

How can the University Library at OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University become an important arena for culture, art and debate?

Tone Berg Knudsen, Tone Hoemsnes, Hege Skahjem – OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway)

17:00-17:30

University Libraries as Digital Publishing Entities for Improved Teaching and Learning

Helge Høivik – OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway)

17:00-17:30

Evaluating National and International Standards for Electronic Repositories with regard to Their Suitability for Research Data Management

Christine Damrau – Technical University of Munich (Germany)

17:00-17:30

Why a Unit for Academic Language and Practice should be a part of a University Library

Kari Mari Jonsmoen – OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway)

18:00-22:00 Gala Dinner

Wednesday June 20th

09:00-17:00 Study tour – preliminary program

Thursday June 21st

08:00- 17:30 Registration (all day)

09:00-10:00 Keynote
Strategic collaboration, locally and globally: How can libraries contribute to achieve the UNs sustainable development goals?
Prof Rocky Ralebipi-Simela, CEO and National Librarian South Africa

10:00-10:30 Morning Break

10:30-12:00 Parallel sessions

5A: Beyond Now – leading the workforce of the future 5B: Research Support and Open Science 5C: Information Literacy in a Digital Age
10:30-11:00

Courage and Co-creation: Cultural Transformation in an Academic Library

Catherine Clark – Curtin University (Australia)

10:30-11:00

Social media uptake in academia

Marta Zygmuntowska, Susanne Mikki – University of Bergen (Norway)

10:30-11:00

On the Role of Tasks in Virtual Game-Based Learning

Simone Kibler, Linda Eckardt, Technische Universität Braunschweig (Germany)

11:00-11:30

Slowly but surely: leading the workforce at the University of Adelaide into the library of the future

Teresa Chitty – University of Adelaide (Australia)

11:00-11:30

Open and closed articles. The status of openness in Norway

Susanne Mikki, Ingrid Cutler – University of Bergen (Norway)

11:00-11:30

A Game of Coins: A creative solution to revealing the flow of money in scholarly communications

David Carlson – Texas A&M University (USA)

11:30-12:00

Facilitators and Collaborators: A New Role for Librarians in the Data-, Visualisation Lab and Makerspace at Uppsala University Library

Linda Vidlund – Uppsala University (Sweden)

11:30-12:00

Evaluating evaluative bibliometrics

Jimi Thaule, Marte Strand – University of Agder (Norway)

11:30-12:00

Getting digital tools into students’ and researchers’ workflows

Oliver Renn, Jozica Dolenc, Joachim Schnabl – ETH Zurich (Switzerland)

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:30 Parallel sessions

6A: Beyond now – leading the workforce of the future 6B: Strategic Collaboration, Locally and Globally 6C: User Centered Library and Service Design
13:00-13:30

Developing a digital culture and embedding digital agility within a library workforce

Anne Horn, Eleanor Reynolds – The University of Sheffield (UK)

13:00-13:30

Someone has to pay: The Sustainable Coalition for Open Science Services (SCOSS)

Martin Borchert – University of New South Wales (Australia)

13:00-13:30

Is Evidence-Based Acquisition (EBA) as a user centered service better than Big Deal?

Louis Houle – McGill Library (Canada)

13:30-14:00

Professional Development for Self Efficacy or Servitude?

Ann Cleary – Dundalk Institute of Technology (Ireland)

13:30-14:00

F.A.I.R. is Fair for Research: Australian Initiatives to Improve Openness in the Scholarly Communications Environment

Jill Benn – University of Western Australia, (Australia), Martin Brochert – University of New South Wales (Australia)

13:30-14:00

The future of our children – providing library spaces for future educators at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Michiel Moll – Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa)

14:00-14:30

Defining the Dream Team: A Look into the Managers’ Perspective of the Desired Skills and Qualifications of Librarians

Christine Abrigo, De La Salle University Libraries (Philippines)
Vincent Abrigo – University of the Philippines (Philippines)

14:00-14:30

The Canadian Roadmap for Advancing Scholarly Communications

Donna Bourne-Tyson – Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia/Canadian Association of Research Libraries (Canada) Jonathan Bengtson – University of Victoria/Canadian Association of Research Libraries (Canada)

14:00-14:30

When Students Drive Design

Jennifer Paustenbaugh, Jeffrey Belliston – Brigham Young University (USA)

 

14:30-15:00 Afternoon break

15:00-16:00 Closing session

Friday June 22nd

Post conference Library visits in Oslo

Social program and events

Sunday June 17th: Opening reception.

Monday June 18th: Evening reception in Oslo Town Hall.

Tuesday June 19th: Gala dinner at HiOA Festsalen.

Wednesday June 20th: Oslo highlights study tour.

Thursday June 21st: Last day of conference. No social program.

Friday June 22nd: Post-conference visits to Oslo libraries.