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  14 - 18 APRIL 2013 Doing it together: effective collaboration...
34th Annual IATUL Conference at Cape Town International Convention Centre
Hosted by CPUT Libraries

 

Joint sessions

 

Keynote addresses

 

Plenary sessions

 

Parallel sessions

 

Poster presentations

 

Pre-conference programme  14 April 2013 (Sunday)

 

Programme

Venue

IATUL BOARD MEETING

9:00-15:45

 

Cullinan
Hotel

REGISTRATION AND OFFICIAL CPUT WELCOME FUNCTION

14:00 -15:45 Registration

 

Official CPUT Welcome 16:00- 19:00

 

Welcome by Conference Organizing Committee Chair: Dr Elisha Chiware

 

Welcome remarks by IATUL President: Dr Reiner Kallenborn

 

Opening address by Professor Lineo Vuyisa Mazwi-Tanga, Vice-Chancellor Cape Peninsula University of Technology

 

CTICC – Terrace room

 

Conference programme (Day 1)  15 April 2013 (Monday)

 

Programme

Venue

 

OPENING SESSION

9:00-9:30

CTICC – Terrace room

 

Opening Remarks by Conference Organizing Chair: Dr Elisha Chiware

 

Welcome remarks by President of IATUL: Dr Reiner Kallenborn

 

 

 

FIRST KEYNOTE SESSION:  Managing collaboration for development: key lessons

9:30-10:30

CTICC – Terrace room

 

 

How effective national and transnational collaborations are managed: the key lessons from research

Dr Siv Vangen (The Open University, United Kingdom)

 

 

MORNING TEA

10:30-10:55

 

 


FIRST PLENARY SESSION: Effective collaborations

10:55-12:35

CTICC – Terrace room

 

 

Collaboration through partnership at UNISA Library: extending library services to students wherever they are..

Dr B Mbambo-Thata (University of South Africa)

 

(Technical) University libraries and public libraries: collaborate to provide access to information for all

Ms M Heijne (Netherlands Institute for Public Libraries)

 

Power and politics in a changing scholarly communication landscape

Prof L Czerniewicz (University of  Cape Town, South Africa)

 

Why I don't use the library

Prof JC Cronje (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa)

LUNCH

12:35-13:35

CTICC

 

PARALLEL SESSION 1A Blended learning and transliteracy

13:35 – 15:15

CTICC – ROOM 1

PARALLEL SESSION 1B Changing spaces

13:35 – 15:15

CTICC- ROOM 2

PARALLEL SESSION 1C E Learning – Skills development

13:35 – 15:15

 

CTICC – Terrace room

Blended learning in Library and Information Science (LIS) education and training

Mrs M Rajkoomar (Durban University of Technology, South Africa)

 

Engineering students' master's thesis practices and blended learning information literacy instruction - A preliminary study of applying contemporary practice theory into examining the practices

Mr AM Rousi, Mrs VV Palmgren, Mrs KM Heino (Aalto University Library, Finland)

 

Transliteracy, e-learning and nonverbal communication: lost in translation?

Mr W Van Wyk and Miss L Thompson

( University of Pretoria, South Africa)

 

Preparing engineering postgraduates through a research focused advanced information literacy program

Ms K Du Bruyn (Vaal University of Technology, South Africa)

Making the link: new services to support and encourage interaction, collaboration and dialogue at Stellenbosch University Library

Ms LC Schoombee and Mr P du Plessis (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)

 

iLibrary--an interactive information system for the improvement of virtual library services

Mr A Azmitia, Prof Janett Mohnke and Dr F Seeliger (Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau, Germany)

 

Library building renovations: crucial collaborations

Dr JC Henning (University of South Africa, South Africa)

 

A joint library of two universities case: Lappeenranta Academic Library

Ms U Ohvo, Ms I Tahvanainen and Ms M Talikka (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)

 

 

 

Librarians as active participants in the research process: a report and evaluation of a programme

Ms N Crowster (Cape Higher Education Consortium , South Africa) , Dr K De Jager and Prof M Nassimbeni (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

 

An Evaluation of a Collaborative, Blended Learning Course for Staff at Monash University Library

Dr S Yates and Ms L  Smith (Monash University,  Australia)

 

Just because you have a license doesn't mean you know how to drive!

Mr S Moodley Mrs P Gierke, Mr D Thomas and Ms P Govender ( Durban University of Technology, South Africa)

 

Web 2.0 On Academic Libraries In Southeast Asia

Mrs NHA Hazidah (University of Malaya, Malaysia)

 

AFTERNOON TEA

15:15 – 15:40

CTICC

 

PARALLEL SESSION 2A Organizational change

15:40 -17:20

 

 

 

 

 

 

"A year from now you will wish you had started today" - Redefining strategy and organization for library automation and content

Mr D Forsman (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)

 

Coming together – a model of integration for the TIB and the University Library of Hannover

Mr U Rosemann (TIB, Germany)

 

Adding pearls onto the string” a case study of collaboration providing library services to nursing students at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Mr S Bangani, Ms P Coreejes-Brink and Dr ME Moll (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa)

 

 

CTICC – ROOM 1

PARALLEL SESSION 2B Collaboration in Information Literacy & IATUL Special Interest Group for Information Literacy report

15:40 -17:20

 

 

 

Blended learning in information literacy education. How to make the resources stretch?

Ms M Talikka and Ms I Tahvanainen (Lappeenranta University of Technology,  Finland)

 

Collaboration between Academics and Librarians in teaching Information Literacy

Mr D Thomas and Mr MO Saib (Durban University of Technology, South Africa)

 

 

 

 

IATUL Special Interest Group for Information Literacy Coordinator’s report

Dr Caroline Leiss (Technical University Munich)

 

CTICC- ROOM 2

PARALLEL SESSION 2C  Collaboration, efficiency and performance & IATUL Special Interest Group for Library Organisation and Quality Management report

15:40 -17:20

 

International collaboration for quality: A case study of fostering collaboration across an international network of university libraries through an activity based benchmarking project

Mr H Amos and Mr S Hart (University of Otago, New Zealand)

 

New trends in tracking research output, collaboration and performance

Mrs M Badenhorst (WorldWide Information Services, South Africa) and Philip Purnell (Thomson-Reuters)

 

IATUL Special Interest Group for Library Organisation and Quality Management Coordinator’s report

Ms Debbie Becker (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa)

 

CTICC – Terrace room

 

WELCOME RECEPTION

18:00-22:00

Granger Bay hotel School - CPUT

 

 

 

Conference Programme (Day 2)  16 April 2013 (Tuesday)

 

 

Programme

Venue

SECOND KEYNOTE SESSION:  Developing collaboration

9:00 -10:00

CTICC – Terrace

room

 

The Development and Management of Research Uptake in Sub-Saharan Africa

Ms Sara Grobbelaar (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)

 

PRESENTATION OF POSTERS

10:00 -10:50

 

CTICC – Terrace room

Mobile Library Service at UNISA Western Cape: a case study

Ms G Cele (Unisa, South Africa)

 

Impact assessment of e-learning initiatives at the University of Jos and the role of information literacy in teaching and learning

Ms V Lawal and Dr S Akintunde (University of Jos, Nigeria)

 

Cloud computing

Dr J Mavodza (Zayed University,  Abu Dhabi)

 

Library as a Coordinator of University Open Access Initiatives: Institutional Repository in the University Information Infrastructure

Ms L Nemeckova, Ms V Pilecka and Mrs H Kovarikova (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic)

 

The Academic Library Partnership with Faculty and Students: The case of James White Library at Andrews University

Dr S M Oliviera (Andrews University, USA)

 

Service career system: a new approach to manage competencies in an academic library

Mrs I Pasanen, Ms M Svahn and Ms E Tolonen (Aalto University, Finland)

 

Library support for research, innovation and technology management

Mr RP Proske (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa)

 

The use of a virtual library tour to assist first year students in becoming library literate

Mr W van Wyk and Dr M Holmner (University of Pretoria, South Africa)

 

Acceleration Of Service Delivery By Multiple Collaborations

Mrs E Vvedenskaia ( Engineers Australia)

 

MORNING TEA:  VIEWING OF POSTERS

10:50-11:30

CTICC

SECOND PLENARY SESSION:  Academic partnerships and beyond

CTICC – Terrace room

11:30 – 13:10  

 

Strategies for gaining and maintaining academic support for the institutional open access repository

Mr M Borchert and Ms P Callan (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)

 

From cornerstone to capstone: information literacy collaboration across the curriculum

Ms F Salisbury and Ms J Corbin and Dr T Peseta (La Trobe University, Australia)

 

Getting in bed with our customers: how did we embed our services to push the library mission at Vaal University of Technology

Mrs NG Thomas (Vaal University of Technology, South Africa)

LUNCH

13:10 – 14:10

CTICC

PARALLEL SESSION 3A Special cases

14:10 – 15:25

CTICC – ROOM 1

PARALLEL SESSION 3B National collaboration

14:10 – 15:25

CTICC- ROOM 2

PARALLEL SESSION 3C  Innovative use of technology

14:10 – 15:25

CTICC- Terrace room

Student and library services in cooperation

Mrs E Nordgren and Dr L Gerén (Uppsala University, Sweden)

 

Assisting students with disability – partnerships between CPUT Disability Unit and  CPUT Libraries

Mrs P Coreejes-Brink and Dr N du Toit (Cape Peninsula University of Technology,  South Africa)

 

The embedded library: a marriage made in heaven or in hell?

Dr G Myers and Mrs P Warner ( University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)

 

 

Doing it together for cost effective access to scholarly information: a south african perspective

Mrs YD Halland (South African National Library and information Consortium  - SANLiC)

 

The Human Sciences Research Council’s Virtual Library as an Information Hub which ultimately drives the creation of new knowledge through collaboration.

Mr MD Frier (Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa)

 

A collaborative partnership: Libraries and Careers Services

Ms C Walters and Mr D Casey (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

 

The design of an Alternate Reality Game as capstone course in a Multimedia post-graduate degree

Mr K de Beer and Dr M Holmner

(University of Pretoria, South Africa)

 

Towards a holistic analysis tool to support decision-making in libraries

Mrs L Siguenza-Guzman, Prof D Cattrysse, Prof A Van den Abbeele, Prof J Vandewalle ( KULeuven,  Belgium) and Prof H Verhaaren (University of Ghent, Belgium)

 

 

AFTERNOON TEA – VIEWING OF POSTERS

15:25 -16:00

CTICC

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

16:00-17:00

CTICC- Terrace room

IZIKO MUSEUM RECEPTION

18:00-22:00

 

IZIKO Museum Cape Town gardens

 

Conference Programme (Day 3)  17 April 2013 (Wednesday)

 

Programme

Venue

CAPE PENINSULA TOUR & AFRICAN NIGHT EXPERIENCE

08:45-23:00

Table Mountain

Around the Peninsula

Moyo at Spier

 

Conference programme (Day 4)  18 April 2013 (Thursday)

 

Programme

Venue

THIRD PLENARY SESSION  Digital content creation, curation and promotion

9:00 – 10:40

CTICC – Terrace room

 

Bagan Mural project - Building a robust digital library on Wordpress

Mr CYB Chia and Miss NKP Ng (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

 

Creation of a Digital African Archive through collaboration

Mr. PF Malan (Sabinet,  South Africa)

 

Collaborating to develop research data management services and collections

Mr M Borchert and Ms S Bradbury(Queensland University of Technology,  Australia)

 

Library-Faculty-Vendor Partnership to Create Augmented Digital STEM Research Rubric

Ms D Magnoni (Olin College of Engineering, USA) and Ms Jackie Ricords (Credo, USA)

 

MORNING TEA

10:40 -11:05

CTICC

FOURTH PLENARY SESSION Creative client services

11:05 – 12:20

 

Transliteracy at a technical university - an institution-wide collaboration in practice

Dr C Leiss (Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany)

CTICC – Terrace room

 

 

Meeting the users' needs in the access to information : effective collaboration for developing and delivering new user-centered information services

Ms I Trtíková, Ms L Nemeckova and Ms M Machytkova (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic)

 

Hubs and Centers as transitional change strategy for library collaboration

Prof T Walters, Mrs J Speer and Mr B Mathews ( Virginia Tech, USA)

 

LUNCH

12:20 – 13:20

CTICC

THIRD  KEYNOTE SESSION

13:20 - 14:20 

 

Theme C – Future Tense: Technology Trends Affecting Libraries

Mr Jay Jordan (OCLC, Ohio, USA)

 

CTICC – Terrace room

 

OPEN FORUM – My IATUL

14:20-15:20

 

IATUL Strategic plan and projects Presentations and Discussions

Dr Reiner Kallenborn

 

CTICC – Terrace room

 

AFTERNOON TEA

15:20 -15:45

CTICC

CLOSING SESSION

15:45 -16:45

CTICC – Terrace room

 

Award presentation – Prize for best poster: Dr Reiner Kallenborn

Presentation by Finland for the 35th IATUL Conference: Mrs Irma Pasanen

Closing remarks by Conference Organizing Committee Chair: Dr Elisha Chiware

Closing address by President of IATUL: Dr Reiner Kallenborn

 

CLOSING DINNER

19:00-22:00

Pigalle

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