Sunday May 31st 2009: Campusbibliotheek Arenberg, Heverlee

Monday June 1st 2009: Auditorium K, Celestijnenlaan 200, Heverlee

Tuesday June 2nd 2009: Auditorium K, Celestijnenlaan 200, Heverlee

Wednesday June 3rd 2009: Excursion with library visits

Thursday June 4th 2009: Auditorium K, Celestijnenlaan 200, Heverlee

Session VI-A (Web 2.0) Building K
  Moderator: Michael L. Breaks (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh)
Session VI-B (Benchmarking/Posters) Building A
Moderator: Raf Dekeyser (K.U.Leuven)
  • 10.15-10.45: Dr. Manorama Tripathi (Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, India): Use of Web2.0 tools by libraries: a reconnaissance of the international landscape
  • 10.45-11.15: Dr. Cecilia Penzhorn (University of Pretoria, South Africa): Quality through improved service: the implementation of social networking tools in an academic library
  • 11.15-11.45: Eltemasi, Mahshid and Naghshineh, Nader (University of Teheran, Iran): Benefiting from the hive: Folksonomy in technical libraries
  • 11.45-12.15: Elvira Basibas Lapuz (University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines): Teaching Web 2.0 applications in the planning and development of information literacy programs: Reaching out to librarians and information professionals
  • 10.15-10.45: Introduction to Posters (max. 3 slides and 4 minutes per poster)
  • 10.45-12.15: Poster session
  • P1: Bob Kackley, Barbara Nail-Chiwetalu, Annie Young and Jim Miller (University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA): Gemstone: Quality in Learning for a Collaborative Academic/Library Instruction Program
  • P2: Bob Kackley, Nevenka Zdravkovska and Maureen Cech (University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA): Ten Methods of Improving Quality Service to UM Grads via “Assertive” Marketing
  • P3: Eva Tolonen (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland): Innovating Library Services for Researchers
  • P4: Elena Vvedenskaia (Engineers Australia, Barton, Australia): Value of information: What do Australian Engineers really want from their Professional Association?
  • P5: Naghshineh, Nader and Rashidi, Shahed (University of Teheran, Iran): The Avicenna bind: Challenges of evidence based librarianship and practice implementation in Iran
  • P6: Leena Huiku (Tampere UT, Finland): Assessment of the Research Activities and Research Quality at Tampere University of Technology (TUT) by Means of Research Outputs
  • P7: Damon Austin, Melanie Gardner and Vernon Chapman (University of Maryland and U.S. National Agricultural Library, USA): Innovative applications towards resolving challenges in harvesting shared metadata
  • P8: Antonia Ferrer-Sapena et al. (Polytechnic University of Valencia et al., Spain): Impact of Open Access world in innovation processes. The E-LIS, EXIT and IRALIS collaboration
  • P9: Alex Byrne, Gabrielle Gardiner and Elizabeth Mulhollann (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia): Issues in Digitising and Curating Indigenous Research Data

  • 12.15-13.45: Lunch
  • 13.45-15.15: Parallel Sessions

  • Session VII-A (Miscellanea) Building K
    Moderator: Ainslie Dewe (La Trobe University, Victoria)
    Session VII-B (Miscellanea) Building A
    Moderators: Arja-riita Haarala (Tampere UT)
    • 13.45-14.15: Suzanne Clarke (Monash University, Australia): Scholarly Information Repository Services at Monash University
    • 14.15-14.45: Derek Whitehead (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia): Innovation and Copyright: Not Friends Any More?
    • 14.45-15.15: : Munusamy Natarajan (NISCAIR, New Delhi, India): Exploring knowledge innovation culture: Role of library and information centres

    • 13.45-14.15: Imogen Garner and Karen Tang (Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia): A quality assurance and benchmarking framework in an academic library
    • 14.15-14.45: Nevenka Zdravkovska and Bob Kackley (University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA): Science/Engineering Bibliographic Databases' Future: Collection Development Issues at the University of Maryland
    • 14.45-15.15: Jo Rademakers (K.U.Leuven, Belgium): Involving the user: challenges and threats of recent development

  • 15.15-15.45: Coffee
  • 15.45-16.30: Closing session – Chair: Maria Heijne
  • 16.30: End of Conference
  • 17.30: Busses pick up the participants at hotels for transport to conference dinner
  • 18.30-23.00: Conference Dinner
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