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Welcome to emtacl12 (2011-12-13 12:33) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Contacts (2011-12-13 12:44) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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for exhibitors and sponsors (2011-12-13 12:47) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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about (2012-01-03 14:53) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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invited speakers (2012-01-19 11:05) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Names of invited speakers to emtacl12 (2012-01-19 11:21) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Opening keynote at emtacl12 (2012-01-31 10:58) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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February . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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emtacl12 Call for Papers available! (2012-02-28 15:23) - khianti . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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More invited keynotes (2012-02-29 10:45) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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practical information (2012-03-02 09:30) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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emtacl12 has opened up for registration. (2012-06-01 09:54) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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emtacl12 programme (2012-06-01 10:00) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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New keynote speaker confirmed for emtacl12 (2012-06-01 10:13) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . .

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emtacl12 draft programme (2012-06-05 11:40) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Final keynote speaker confirmed (2012-06-14 09:24) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Titles of keynote speakers presentations (2012-08-08 08:47) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Herbert Van de Sompel’s keynote presentation title is ready (2012-08-13 09:00) - emtacl12 . . .

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Conference venue (2012-08-13 11:10) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Have you registered for participating at the emtacl12 conference? (2012-08-13 13:29) - emtacl12

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submitted abstracts (2012-08-14 11:37) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Submitted abstracts (2012-08-14 11:58) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Jens Vigen’s keynote presentation title is ready (2012-08-21 08:32) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . .

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Last keynote presentation title ready. (2012-08-24 09:28) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Richard Wallis replacing Paul Harvey as a keynote. (2012-09-05 08:30) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . .

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Final date for registration has been extended. (2012-09-11 07:29) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . .

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emtacl12 on Flickr (2012-09-14 09:05) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Soon closing registration. Deadline: 21 september! (2012-09-17 12:22) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . .

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Registration has closed (2012-09-23 22:26) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Thanks to all of you attending emtacl12 (2012-10-04 10:17) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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#emtacl12 tweet archives (2012-10-04 10:32) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Videos and presentations (2012-10-07 21:39) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Presentations continuously being added to the programme (2012-10-09 09:54) - emtacl12 . . . .

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wordle of #emtacl12 hashtagarchive (09.10.2012) (2012-10-09 14:15) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . .

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participants view on emtacl12 (2012-10-10 08:54) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Online emtacl12 presentations, three still "missing". (2012-10-22 11:12) - emtacl12 . . . . . . .

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The final countdown! Now only 1 emtacl12 presentations is "missing". (2012-10-23 08:14) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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What’s happening with the videos of the emtacl12 presentations? (2012-11-08 15:17) - emtacl12

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All emtacl12 videos now available through Vimeo. SIT DOWN AND ENJOY........ (2012-11-10 14:45) - emtacl12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Welcome to emtacl12 (2011-12-13 12:33) - emtacl12 emtacl12 is a technology-oriented conference for information professionals working in higher education. As such, we are interested in gathering the most respected speakers within their fields to provide ideas and inspiration that will help shape the work of the information profession in academic institutions. We expect between 200-300 attendees. The conference takes place in Trondheim, Norway 1-3 October 2012, and is hosted by [1]NTNU University Library. 1. http://www.ntnu.edu/ub

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Contacts (2011-12-13 12:44) - emtacl12

for exhibitors and sponsors (2011-12-13 12:47) - emtacl12

[1]emtacl@ub.ntnu.no [2] emtacl12 on facebook

emtacl12: exhibition stands, product presentation and sponsorship

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The international conference: emtacl12: emerging technologies in academic libraries will be held at the Rica Nidelven Hotel Trondheim, Norway on 1–3 October https: 2012.

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Grazyna Tydda (2012-08-21 07:15:39) Dear Ms Helland, I received your response on 30 July. Thank you. I need your invoice to process the payment. Could you plse email the invoice for registratetion as soon as possible, so my University can pay? With thanks Grazyna Tydda Associate University Librarian, Services Macquarie University Library NSW 2109 Australia Phone +612 9850-7553 Fax +612 9850-9236 grazyna.tydda@mq.edu.au www.library.mq.edu.Australia Your original response: "Dear participant at emtacl12 We have received your registration. Welcome! Regards Ms. Unni M. Helland Organization committee

For more information on the conference see the rest of this website. We will invite ten exhibitors to present their products on stands in an area close to the conference rooms. In addition, we will allow speakers from ten companies to give short (10 minute) presentations of products and services during the conference. We hereby invite interested parties to contact the conference committee with details of their exhibition or product presentation for emtacl12. Since we are able to offer these services only to a limited number of companies, we will select sponsorship partners based on a firstcome-first-served principle. Our selection will prioritize products that directly reflect the main theme of the conference, and the topics presented on the conference web page. Description of the exhibition space: [1]Plan of the exhibition space | [2]Picture of the exhibition space

• 2x3 metres pr. module • 1 table (round table for standing 1.1m tall 0,7m diameter or rectangular table 1,2m x 0,45m) • 2 chairs tablecloth • electricity • wireless internet Exhibitors provide own equipment, although extra equipment can be supplied at additional cost. Exhibition/sponsor costs: NOK 20,000 (EUR 2608 (23.01.2012)), including lunch for two persons during the conference. 6

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Product presentation/sponsor costs: NOK 10,000 (EUR registration (2011-12-13 13:06) - emtacl12 1304 (23.01.2012)). The registration fee is 4000 NOK/527 Euro. The fee inSponsorship partners that are selected will have their cludes reception and visit to Rockheim museum of rock logos presented in the conference programme, on the on 1 October, Dinner on 2 October, all lunches, coffee conference website, and will be mentioned at different breaks and general fees. The fee does not include hotel room or travel. events during the conference. 1.

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PROF. GABRIEL JOSE (2012-07-07 19:10:23) PLEASE REGISTER ME FOR YOUR FORTH COMING CONFERENCE. THANKS. REV. PROF.DR.GABRIEL OLUSEGUN JOSE standsquarefd@gmail.com Have you registered for participating at the emtacl12 conference? | Emtacl12 (2012-08-13 13:31:44) [...] registration [...] kwadwo semanu (2012-07-05 21:21:04) Greetings, I have interest in your upcoming conference and would like to attend. Besides,i would not present a paper but i would contribute during discursion. So,what should i do to get register? Thank you. kind regards, kwadwo semanu. Klart for påmelding til emtacl12 « betaUB (2012-06-14 13:30:55) [...] Meld deg på her: http://emtacl.com/registration/ ! [...] Unni M. helland (2012-08-03 08:04:32) Dear Sir/Madam Only speakers at the conference can present papers. If you wish to register please use the link https://ntnu.wufoo.com/forms/emtacl12-registration-form/ We will them send you an invoice that need to be paid before you can attend. Unni M. helland (2012-08-03 08:03:05) Dear Mr Jose Please use the link to register for the conference, see https://ntnu.wufoo.com/forms/emtacl12-rec 2012 emtacl.com

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gistration-form/ Regards Ms Unni M. Helland emtacl12 RAUF BABATUNDE ISMAIL (2012-08-30 09:27:18) Greetings, I have interest in your upcoming conference and would like to attend. Besides,i would not present a paper but i would contribute during discursion. So,what should i do to get register? Thank you. kind regards, Rauf babatunde ismail

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about (2012-01-03 14:53) - emtacl12 Academic libraries face specific challenges – emerging technologies present new opportunities. emtacl12 is a technology-oriented conference for information professionals working in higher education. As such, we are interested in gathering the most respected speakers within their fields to provide ideas and inspiration that will help shape the work of the information profession in academic institutions. Programme committee members: Guus van den Brekel, University Medical Center Groningen Lukas Koster, Library of the University of Amsterdam Jan Erik Garshol, Bibsys Ole Husby, NTNU University Library Joost Hegle, NTNU University Library Randi Øvsthus Bakkejord, NTNU University Library Magne Torsetnes, NTNU University Library Karen Johanne Buset, NTNU University Library (chair) Tor Arne Dahl, Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus Committe for web/information/marketing: Anne Lorange (Leader) Joost Hegle Magne Torsetnes (until december 2011) Jo Forthun Organizing committee: Unni Helland (Leader) Solvor Solhaug Anne Lorange Ingar Lomheim Joost Hegle Randi Øvsthus Bakkejord

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Karen Coyle is a librarian with over thirty years of experience with library technology. She now consults in a variety of areas relating to digital libraries. Karen has published dozens of articles and reports, most available on her web site, kcoyle.net. She has served on standards committees including the MARC standards group (MARBI), NISO committee AX for the OpenURL standard, and was an ALA representative to the e-book standards development that led to the ePub standard. She follows, writes, and speaks on a wide range policy areas, including intellectual property, privacy, and public access to information. As a consultant she works primarily on metadata development and technology planning. She is currently investigating the possibilities offered by the semantic web and linked data technology.

"Rurik Thomas Greenall is a data wrangler with a keen interest in all things data, from crunching numbers to visualization via text analysis. Born and bred in the English Lake District, Rurik relocated to Norway in 1998. Since then, he has worked variously as lecturer, graphic designer, systems developer, in industry and the state sector. From 2006–2012 he was research librarian/systems developer at NTNU University library working with social, semantic web applications and large data sets. As of 2012, he works as a semantic web researcher at Statoil, helping develop systems for integrated environmental monitoring. Rurik speaks widely on topics related to semantic web and data, as well as participating in projects related to this within the library and energy sectors." 10

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Professor for Library Science at University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur (Switzerland) In May 2012 Rudolf Mumenthaler became professor for library science at the University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur where his focus lays on digital library, library management, mobile usage of library services and innovation management. Brian Kelly is a member of the Executive group of the Innovation Support Centre which is part of UKOLN, a well-established applied research organisation based at the University of Bath. Brian is an experienced speaker on topics such as Web accessibility, Web 2.0 and the Social Web. In recent years Brian has been an invited plenary speaker at international conferences held in Stockholm, Taiwan, Singapore and Melbourne. He has also written peerreviewed papers on topics including Web accessibility, Web standards and Web 2.0. Brian also established the Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW) in 1997 - this year sees the 16th in the series taking place at the University of Edinburgh.

After his PhD thesis in History at the University of Zurich, Rudolf Mumenthaler worked from 1997 until 2012 at ETH-Bibliothek in Zurich. Until 2008 he was responsible for the Special Collections and put a strong focus on digitization and online access to the worthful collections (autographs, rare books, photographs). 2009 he became head of the newly founded department innovation and marketing at ETH Library. He created an innovation process for the library. A main task was to screen developments in information technology and libraries and to check which issues would be interesting for the library and its services. One of these issues were eReaders and how they could be used in libraries.

Brian’s areas of interest include ways in which Web 2.0 and the Social Web can be used to support professional, scholarly and research activities, Web [2] standards, Web accessibility and Web metrics. In addition his interests in open content has led in recent years to taking a pro-active role in the provision of ’amplified events’ in order to maximise discussions at an event and to enhance the outreach by encouraging participation with a remote audience. Brian is a prolific blogger, primarily on the [1]UK Web Focus blog, but also contributes to several other blogs. The UK Web Focus blog provides a forum for ’thinking out loud’ about the implications of Web 2.0 and the Social Web, engaging in discussions and debate as well as disseminating his work activities.

[3] Eirik Newth (b. 1964) has a M. Sc. in theoretical astrophysics, and has worked as a writer and lecturer on science, technology and futurology since the early 1990s. His books have been translated into 19 languages and won major literary awards, he writes a science column for Norway’s largest In Decermber 2007 Brian received the Information newspaper and is frequently asked by local media to World Review award for the Information Professional comment on his areas of expertise. of the Year. In December 2011 he was the runner-up in the Computer Weekly’s IT Professional Blogger of the As a lecturer Eirik Newth travels the length and breadth of Norway, speaking to year section of their annual Social Media awards. audiences ranging from major corporations to the Norwegian Air Force Academy. Newth loves a challenge, which is why he jumped on the chance to participating in the Norwegian version of «Strictly Come Dancing» (he came 5th, much to his surprise) and, more recently, to write a manuscript for Hollywood actor and science presenter Alan Alda. Rudolf Mumenthaler c 2012 emtacl.com

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with his wife, son, cats and two robots. A selection of Newth’s lectures: - The new North: How demography, energy and climate will change the fate of Northern Europe - Cloudy with a chance of intelligence: The IT outlook for 2025 - Confessions of a Facebook defector: Why taking it [6] Jens Vigen is leading the slow in social media can be a good idea. CERN Scientific Information Service and is the Head Librarian of the Organization. Over the ten last years, he has been deeply involved in facilitating access to scientific information throughout the CERN Open Access experience. He participates actively to the to the organization of the Open Archive Initiative workshops (OAI); the establishment of the emerging Sponsoring Consortium on Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics (SCOAP3) and in general to the design of new repository infrastructures and services. Vigen was a member of the EU High-Level Expert Group on Scientific Data that published its report in 2010. His innovation record includes collaborating with various partners in the information industry, ranging from database producers to electronic books retailers, on integration of third Herbert Van de Sompel graduated in Mathematics party services in a digital library setup. He defined the and Computer Science at Ghent University (Belgium), requirements for the CERN Open Access Institutional and in 2000 obtained a Ph.D. in Communication Repository, the Invenio-based CERN Document Server. Science there. For many years, he headed Library Currently, he participates to the definition of the INAutomation at Ghent University. After leaving Ghent in SPIRE requirements, the next-generation Invenio-based 2000, he was Visiting Professor in Computer Science repository for the entire field of High Energy Physics. at Cornell University, and Director of e-Strategy and Over the last three years Jens Vigen has been the driver Programmes at the British Library. Currently, he is the force behind the CERN-UNESCO Schools on Digital team leader of the Prototyping Team at the Libraries, an initiative promoting capacity building in Africa and aiming for a better visibility of African Research Library of the Los Alamos National Labresearch output. oratory. The Team does research regarding various aspects of scholarly communication in the digital age, including information infrastructure, interoperability, digital preservation and indicators for the assessment of the quality of units of scholarly communication. Herbert has played a major role in creating the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH), the Open Archives Initiative Object Reuse & Exchange specifications (OAI-ORE), the OpenURL Richard Wallis, disFramework for Context-Sensitive Services, the SFX [7] linking server, the bX scholarly recommender service, tinguished thought leader in Semantic Web and Linked and info URI. Currently, he works with his team on the Data technology, joined OCLC in 2012 as Technology [4]Open Annotation and [5]Memento (time travel for Evangelist. the Web) projects. Richard has been at the forefront of emerging Web and Semantic Web technologies in the wider information world for over 20 years. He is an active blogger, and was a regular podcaster in the "Talking with Talis" 12

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BlogBook Titles of keynote speakers presentations | Emtacl12 (201208-08 12:37:16) [...] Karen Coyle [...] Final keynote speaker confirmed | Emtacl12 (2012-06-14 09:25:03) [...] invited speakers [...] New keynote speaker confirmed for emtacl12 | Emtacl12 (2012-06-01 10:16:31) [...] invited speakers [...] More invited keynotes | Emtacl12 (2012-07-11 09:23:28) [...] her web site, kcoyle.net. She has served on standards committees including the MARC standards group Read more Share this:Like this:LikeBe the first to like this. This entry was posted in Uncategorized and [...]

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WW1 DISCOVERY | World War One Discovery Project (2012-10-05 17:52:27) [...] post presentation responses I’ve had from the likes of Mr OAI-PMH himself, Herbert Van De Sompel, Karen Coyle and quite a few others, so we were really pleased. We figured this would make a good topic and it [...]

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Emtacl12 (2012-08-13 09:00:59) [...] we have 6 keynote presentation titles ready. The last title added is from Herbert Van de Sompel The title of his presentation will be Paint-Yourself-In-The-Corner [...]

Opening keynote at emtacl12 | Emtacl12 (2012-01-31 10:58:22) [...] invited speakers • Names of invited speakers to emtacl12 [...]

Jens Vigen’s keynote presentation title is ready | Emtacl12 (2012-08-21 08:32:50) [...] Jens Vigen [...]

Names of invited speakers to emtacl12 | (2012-01-23 12:07:30) [...] invited speakers • Welcome to emtacl12 [...]

Last keynote presentation title ready. | Emtacl12 (2012-0824 09:28:40) [...] Rurik Thomas Greenall [...]

More invited keynotes | Emtacl12 (2012-02-29 10:45:55) [...] invited speakers [...] Opening keynote at emtacl12 | Emtacl12 (2012-02-29 12:17:21) [...] invited speakers [...] Names of invited speakers to emtacl12 | Emtacl12 (2012-0229 12:18:01) [...] invited speakers [...] Richard Wallis replacing Paul Harvey as a keynote. | Emtacl12 (2012-09-05 08:44:38) [...] Richard has been at the forefront of emerging Web and Semantic Web technologies in the wider information world for over 20 years. Read more [...]

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Names wegian Air Force Academy. of invited speakers to emtacl12 (2012-01-19 11:21) - emtacl12

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The first names of invited speakers has been confirmed, we will try to add the names as quick as possible after they have provided us with a small bio and photo that we could use on the site. We already have some very interesting names, so everything is looking very promising for this edition of emtacl.

[1] Brian Kelly is a member of the Executive group of the Innovation Support Centre which is part of UKOLN, a well-established applied research organisation based at the University of Bath. Brian is an experienced speaker on topics such as Web accessibility, Web 2.0 and the Social Web. In recent years Brian has been an invited plenary speaker at international conferences held in Stockholm, Taiwan, Singapore and Melbourne. He has also written peer-reviewed papers on topics including Web accessibility, Web standards and Web 2.0. Brian also established the Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW) in 1997 this year sees the 16th in the series taking place at the University of Edinburgh.

Jens Vigen is leading the CERN [5] Scientific Information Service and is the Head Librarian of the Organization. Over the ten last years, he has been deeply involved in facilitating access to scientific information throughout the CERN Open Access experience. He participates actively to the to the organization of the Open Archive Initiative workshops (OAI); the establishment of the emerging Sponsoring Consortium on Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics (SCOAP3) and in general to the design of new repository infrastructures and services. [6]Read more 1.

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[3] Eirik Newth(b. 1964) has a M. Sc. in theoretical astrophysics, and has worked as a writer and lecturer on science, technology and futurology since the early 1990s. His books have been translated into 19 languages and won major literary awards, he writes a science column for Norway’s largest newspaper and is frequently asked by local media to comment on his areas of expertise. As a lecturer Eirik Newth travels the length and breadth of Norway, speaking to audiences ranging from major corporations to the Nor14

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[2]Read more We are happy to announce that Herbert van de Sompel 1. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Herbert will be the opening keynote speaker at the emtacl12 con- 2. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Rudolf ference on monday 1 october.

Herbert Van de Sompel graduated in Mathematics and Computer Science at Ghent University (Belgium), and in 2000 obtained a Ph.D. in Communication Science there. For many years, he headed Library Automation at Ghent University. After leaving Ghent in 2000, he was Visiting Professor in Computer Science at Cornell University, and Director of e-Strategy and Programmes at the British Library. Currently, he is the team leader of the Prototyping Team at the Research Library of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. [1]Read more We also have another confirmed keynote:

Rudolf Mumenthaler Professor for Library Science at University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur (Switzerland) In May 2012 Rudolf Mumenthaler became professor for library science at the University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur where his focus lays on digital library, library management, mobile usage of library services and c 2012 emtacl.com

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call for papers (2012-02-27 10:00) - emtacl12 emtacl12 - emerging technologies in academic libraries International conference on emerging technologies in academic libraries 2012 1-3 October 2012, Trondheim, Norway <[1]http://www.emtacl.com> Call for papers (Please note that the deadline for submissions is extended to 29 April) Emerging technologies and evolving user behaviour keeps changing the rules of the game for academic libraries. Emerging technologies include new ways of using existing technologies and totally new, disruptive technologies. Examples include:

• Semantic web / linked open data • Social media • Augmented reality • Mobile technologies • Visualisation • etc emtacl12 is an international conference for academic librarians, information professionals, academic staff, students, library system developers and suppliers, among others. The aim is to provide answers to the following questions: What can academic libraries do to address change? How can we adapt? Which technologies can/should/must we use/create? The conference is hosted by NTNU University Library, the Library of the Norwegian university of science and technology in Trondheim, Norway. The programme committee invites original presentations and posters taking one or more of the following perspectives as a point of departure:

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Abstract length should not exceed 2500 characters. Please note that the language of the conference will be English, and therefore the committee will only accept submissions in this language.

• Other relevant perspectives on emerging technolo- All submitted abstracts will be peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers. gies Contributions will be made public through the NTNU epublishing service, and accepted authors will be invited to supply full papers for this purpose. Papers are primarily requested in pdf format, conforming to further • Theoretical solutions, but with a clear illustration formatting details at the submission website. We do on how these solutions can be applied in libraries however welcome suggestions for alternative formats in cases where pdf is unsuitable, e.g. for non-textual con• Opinions on some aspect of practice, or descrip- tributions. tions of work that is still in progress, but sufficiently mature to warrant attention Important dates:

We invite submission of abstracts or posters presenting:

• Experiences and case studies specifying requireAbstract submission: 29 April 2012 ments, challenges, or opportunities of applying Notification of acceptance/rejection: 25 May 2012 emerging technologies in libraries Authors should confirm their participation: 8 June 2012 • Comparisons with alternative or competing ap- Conference dates: 1-3 October 2012 proaches using conventional technologies For additional information, please visit the conference • Best practices for implementing emerging tech- website: nologies in libraries [3]http://www.emtacl.com or email us at emtacl@ub.ntnu.no • Assessments of cost and benefits from the application of emerging technologies, e.g. time and cost of Karen Johanne Buset (program committee chair) implementation and deployment, integration with legacy IT systems, user acceptance, returns on in- 1. http://www.emtacl.com/ 2. https://www.easychair.org/conferences/ vestment ?conf=emtacl12

We will also open for live demos of emerging technologies, and invite submission of abstracts or videos describing such demos. Abstract submission instructions: Please use the submission form at [2]https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=emtacl12 to submit an abstract describing your contribution, including:

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Call for papers available! | Khianti (2012-02-28 15:21:19) [...] your pencils, everybody! The Call for papers is here: http://emtacl.wordpress.com/call-for-papers/ Share Dette innlegget ble publisert i Uncategorized og merket med emtacl12 CFP "Call for papers". [...] emtacl12 Call for Papers available! | Emtacl12 (2012-02-28 15:23:33) [...] call for papers [...] Gjør klart for emtacl12: Call for Papers « betaUB (2012-0313 12:52:21) [...] har sendt ut Call for Papers, og ønsker ditt bidrag! Frist for innsending er 15. [...] Reminder:Call for papers | Emtacl12 (2012-03-30 11:56:17) [...] call for papers [...]

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We are happy to announce that Karen Coyle has said yes The programme committee invites original presenta- to attend emtacl12. tions and posters adressing the conference themes! The Call for papers is here: [1]http://emtacl.com/call-forpapers/ Please note that the submission deadline is 15 April! 1. http://emtacl.com/call-for-papers/

Karen Coyle is a librarian with over thirty years of experience with library technology. She now consults in a variety of areas relating to digital libraries. Karen has published dozens of articles and reports, most available on her web site, kcoyle.net. She has served on standards committees including the MARC standards group[1] [2]Read more 1. http://emtacl.wordpress.com/invited-speakers/ 2. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Karen

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practical information (2012-03-02 09:30) - emtacl12 Travel Participants find and book their own travel. Travelling to Trondheim is easy, as is travelling in and around the city. The cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tourist board provides [1]updated information about travel. [2]Wikitravel info about Trondheim Where to stay Participants are encouraged to reserve their own accommodation from the various choices in the city of Trondheim. The participants need to contact the hotel themselves and give them the code and the number of nights you would like to stay. [3]Rica Nidelven Hotel (NOK 1115/Euro 146). We have reserved 80 rooms at the conference hotel . The easiest way to contact the hotel is by phone (+47 73 56 80 00) or by e-mail (rica.nidelven.hotel@rica.no) to make sure you get your NTNU discount. Please quote the booking code "emtacl12" when placing your reservation. We can only guarantee the blockbooking price or the reserved rooms on reservations made before 13 August 2012. [4]Quality Hotel Augustin (NOK 908/Euro 120). Use the booking code "42862" when placing your reservation. We can only guarantee the block booking price or the reserved rooms on reservations made before 1 September 2012. Alternative accommodation can be found at Cheap Hotels in Trondheim [5]Cheap hotels in Trondheim [6]Hotels in Trondheim Visit to [7]Rockheim 1 October

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Rockheim is the national experience center for pop and rock. Rockheim collects, preserve and pass on Norwegian popular music from the 1950s to the present day. Rock House is situated on Brattørkaia in Trondheim 5-10 minutes’ walk from the conference hotel. Rockheim are Norwegian popular music’s collective memory - a systematic knowledge bank that forms the basis of experiences and stories that give people more insight into the music, people and society at large. [11]Official Trondheim website: Sights Behind the scenes museum is taking place both archival research and management of Norwegian music history Weather forecast for Trondheim subjects. [8]Where is Rockheim? [gigya src="http://swf.yowindow.com/yowidget3.swf" width="380" Reception 1 October [9]Erkebispegården height="150" allowfullscreen="true" wmode="opaque" bgcolor =" #FFFFFF" flashvars="location _id=3133880 & location _name=Trondheim &time _format=24 &unit _system=metric &background= #FFFFFF &copyright _bar=false"] [12]YoWindow.com Forecast by [13]yr.no

([10]Wikimedia Commons) The area dates back to 1100-12.00 b.c. and the building is situated next to the Nidaros Cathedral. We take a bus from Rockheim museum to the reception, and make a stop at the hotel to pick up those of you who decide not to visit the museum. Things to do While you’re in Trondheim, why not take some time to discover some of its attractions. [14]Android download Google Map with placemarks [googlemaps http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=212794438105173117147.0004b4989f c8f1e48f780 &msa=0 &ie=UTF8 &t=m &source=embed &ll=63.43632,10.639958 &spn=0.043007,0.565933 &output=embed &w=425 &h=350] [15] [16]iPhone, iPod Touch,iPad download 20

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for speakers (2012-05-31 09:17) - emtacl12 Travel and hotel The speakers find and book their own travel and hotel, see practical information. Presentation/Paper Deadline for your presentation is 1 September 2012. It is optional to hand in a paper, therefore we have no deadline for the papers. We will publish paper on the web page together with your presentation if you allow it. More information In August we will send you a form to fill in with information we need from you. Registration Please use the registration form to register at the conference. Time of presentation The final program will be ready in the middle of June. The presentation should be no longer than 25 minutes.

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Draft programme will soon be published.

Rurik Greenall "Rurik Thomas Greenall is a data wrangler with a keen interest in all things data, from crunching numbers to visualization via text analysis. Born and bred in the English Lake District, Rurik relocated to Norway in 1998. Since then, he has worked variously as lecturer, graphic designer, systems developer, in industry and the state sector. [1]Read more 1. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Rurik

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Paul Harvey graduated in Mathematics and Computer Science from the [1]University of Nottingham in 1990 and later obtained a Ph.D. in Computer Science there. Most recently Paul was the Technical Architect leading the effort to develop OCLCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s large scale SoA-based [2]WorldShare Mangement Services next-gen ILS. [3]Read more 1. http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/ 2. http://www.oclc.org/webscale/ 3. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Paul

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Almuth Gastinger (2012-07-05 12:05:10) What about the content of the keynotes? I couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t find anything on the webpage or in the programme. But it would be nice to have it in the final programme. Joost Hegle (2012-07-09 10:18:07) Hello Almuth. We will eventually include that in the final programme when we have the titles and content of the keynotes ready, we have only gotten the title of 2 keynotes so we have decided not to publish anything about title and content from keynotes before we get it from all the 8 keynotes. The keynotes are quite free in choosing content and title as long as it is within the conference perspectives. Joost Hegle On behalf of the emtacl12 programme committee and marketing committee

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Many of you have eagerly awaited the titles of the keynote speakers presentations. For the time being there is now 5 titles ready, they have all been added to the emtacl12 programme. Be sure to spread the good news! [3]Rudolf Mumenthaler Innovation Management in and for Libraries

[1]Karen Coyle

"Think Different"

[4]Eirik Newth Forecast for the academic library of 2025: Cloudy with a chance of user participation and content lock-in 1. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Karen 2. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Brian 3. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Rudolf 4. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Eirik

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Herbert Van de Sompelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s keynote presentation Conference venue (2012-08-13 11:10) - emtacl12 title is ready (2012-08-13 09:00) - emtacl12 The conference will be held at [1]Rica Nidelven Hotel Now we have 6 keynote presentation titles ready. The Havnegata 1-3 [2](Map) last title added is from

[3]General info about Meetings & Events at Rica Nidelven Hotel. 1. http://ricanidelven.no/eng/ 2. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_ [1]Herbert Van de Sompel The title of his presentation will be Paint-Yourself-In- q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Rica+Nidelven+hotel, +Trondheim,+Havnegata,+Norge&aq=0&sll=63. The-Corner Infrastructure. 435379,10.405785&sspn=0.007744,0.027874&g= 1. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Herbert

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Have you registered for participating at the em- submitted abstracts (2012-08-14 11:37) - emtacl12 tacl12 conference? (2012-08-13 13:29) - emtacl12 Well it’s about time for those of you that still is consider- [1] ing to participate. A lot of interesting keynotes together (all abstracts) with several sessions with interesting paper/project presentations. No reason for you to wait for [1]registration. Day one 1. http://emtacl.com/registration/

16:00-16:30 Location A Adrian Stevenson and Jane Stevenson The Winner Takes it All? -APIs and Linked Data Battle It Out Abstract:Although we see an increasing number of Linked Data sets becoming available, there are still many vocal dissenters’ who don’t believe that Linked Data technology will gain sufficient traction and become widely adopted. Their dissent typically revolves around the argument that Linked Data is complex, and that existing lightweight API approaches are easier to implement and more likely to be used by software developers. We propose to compare these two alternative ways of making data available on the Web. Are they conflicting or are they complimentary? Is there room for both? Do they achieve different things? We will look at two UK open data projects; Linking Lives’ and the World War One Discovery Project’, in order to compare these approaches. Linking Lives is developing a names-based interface to the Archives Hub Linked Data (data.archiveshub.ac.uk). This data was created using the five star RDF Linked Data approach. We will discuss the challenges we faced, highlighting issues around data quality, linking to other Linked Data sources, and exploring barriers to achieving the kind of flow of data that is the Linked Data vision. The World War Discovery project is building an aggregation layer, drawing together WW1 digital content. Core to the creation of this aggregation layer is the vision and approaches outlined by JISC’s Discovery’ programme, which aims to make resources more discoverable both by people and machines. The aggregation layer aims to provide a real-world’ exemplar of what can be achieved using the Discovery principles, and ensure a positive contribution towards the WW1 centenary programme, which is being coordinated across the UK public-sector. A range of interfaces will be developed on top of the aggregation layer to demonstrate ways in which content can be presented to maximise opportunities for educational and research

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production-flow, open/closed content, metadata, administration of the videos, and the University´s strategy for The aggregation layer will be built on data made this kind of education, are all important and interlinked available via APIs from libraries, archives and muse- topics in the scene of producing content for blended ums, and, unlike Linking Lives, will be agnostic as learning. to the technological approach used to make the data available. Although the specific approach to providing the aggregation layer has yet to be decided, the intention is to produce a lightweight API. This will be based on a technology such as Apache SOLR, providing data in a 16:30-17:00 Location A developer friendly form, such as JSON. We will be able Kim Tallerås, Nils Pharo, David Massey and Jørnto provide more information on the specific approach at Helge Dahl EMTACL in October. Using Linked data to harmonize heterogeneous metadataWe will compare and contrast the outcomes and Modeling the birth of Norwegian black metal experiences of these two projects, highlighting the pros and cons of each approach. We will give an indication 5-star Linked Data implies a collection of best of their relative merits and provide some personal practice methods and guidelines that support sharing of reflections on which approach we prefer and why. Our data in a way that realizes an interlinked semantic web. aim will be to give delegates a good sense of how these In most cases, such data are heterogeneous in structure approaches compare when used in a practical, real-life and organization, even within relatively homogeneous situation. Will there be a winner and loser? Or will it domains. In this project we aim to examine the extent to turn out to be a case of horses for courses? which the best practices of Linked data can contribute to semantic interoperability between two sets of metadata that describe overlapping entities, but with divergent 16:00-16:30 Location B structural origins. One data set is a corpus drawn from Martin Gaustad Lessons learned in multimedia production and distri- the Norwegian national discography produced by the bution at the Norwegian University of Science and National Library of Norway and stored in the BIBSYS database. The second data set is a similar corpus drawn Technology, NTNU. from a digital music archive (DMA) at the Norwegian The Multimedia Centre at the Norwegian Univer- Broadcasting Company. Both sets describe a limited sity of Science and Technology, NTNU, offers free area within the domain of popular music: the earliest video production of and for courses held at the Uni- recordings of Norwegian black metal. The corpus has versity.The users of these services vary both in which been selected because of the complex relationships bestudy program they belong to, and how they want to use tween recordings, people, their aliases and performing video in their courses: Some lecturers want to have their groups characterizing the genre. The project will partly campus lecturing recorded "as is" in the auditorium, (re)model the data, in line with best practice guidelines, while others want to record shorter videos which are and partly use existing conversion tools which are based intended for online use only in a studio setting. The on the same principles. This involves utilizing standard video recordings can be executed as either a rich media frameworks such as RDF(S), establishing identifiers, presentations with a two-screen view with a system making use of existing and relevant ontologies, vocalled Mediasite, or the traditional one screen solution. cabularies and idenitifiers, and to connect the data to The recordings can either be published internally other data sets in the Linking Open Data cloud. When via NTNU´s LMS, or the videos can be published we have generated two data sets that conform to the 5 externally on channels like iTunes U and NTNU´s own stars of Linked Data, we will attempt to examine the video portal. Several studies conducted have shown degree of semantic interoperability between them by that having NTNU course content available on video applying graph matching techniques in the Linked Data for "any time, any where"-learning, is a service that the context. In practice this entails using the RDF query language SPARQL to perform experimental retrieval students really appreciate. tasks developed to identify similar entities across the This session will have focus on both the possibilities data sets based on matching (RDF-)graph structures. and challenges that arise from producing and distribut- The success of the experiments will principally be quaning videos at NTNU today: Recording technologies, tified through statistical examinations. Throughout the 32

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16:30-17:00 Location B Peter van Huisstede and Jasper Opdecoul RePub-The EUR repository:It’s alive!

Too many institutional repositories resemble elephant’s graveyards. RePub, the EUR’s institutional repository tries to show the dynamics of research at the EUR. Built on top of open source libraries as Mercurial (distributed version control), Solr (indexing) and Virtuoso (RDF triple-store), RePub software is written in Python. The repository software enables the implementation of all sorts of services. Easy addition of informal research groups within the more formal university structure. Generation of statistics based upon the analysis of full-text files. Author-graphs that show cooperation between authors of organisational units. All features can be showed, since they are implemented features: http://repub.eur.nl Day two

BlogBook features like a map of libraries that can be used to find a library close to the user’s location. There are a number of future challenges we face, especially with the apps. We serve users in a specific discipline but not in a specific library. Thus, we have to find solutions for presenting availability options independent of a specific home base. However, we still need to be able to refer users back to their home libraries for licensed material or printed books. This works o.k. for German libraries since we are able to include external availability checkers. But these services do not work well in an international context. A focus on “open access only” material that we provide in EconBiz Open (open.econbiz.de) may thus be an option for the international version of the apps. In the future, we have to decide whether it is better to improve the native apps or to offer a mobile friendly version of the web portal. Both versions have their individual advantages and disadvantages. In the long run, we might go for a web-portal optimized for mobile users but right now the stripped down apps offer much faster access to the huge content pool than the web portal and make better use of the small displays and of the hardware-specific usage. In spring 2012, usability experts will perform a heuristic evaluation and then the usability of the apps will be tested in a student project. I will present our experiences with the apps, the results of the usability tests and our thoughts on and options for future developments. EconBiz was developed by the ZBW- German National Library of Economics – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics and the USB - University and City Library of Cologne. The apps were developed by the Know-Center in Graz, Austria.

10:30-11:00 Location A Tamara Pianos EconBiz Mobile- a library app for researchers: Why 10:30-11:00 Location B Alexandra Angeletaki, Marcello Carrozzino and Chiara App and where to go from here? Evangelista EconBiz (www.econbiz.de/en/) is a subject spe- Mubil : A digital laboratory cific portal for business and economics. It helps locate articles, books, full-texts etc. The portal has been around for more than ten years changing shape in The project ( MUBIL) is an international interdisaccordance with technical developments and user needs ciplinary collaboration and will investigate ways to use 3d technology and disseminate the content of old and expectations. Since 2011 apps – first for iPad and iPhone, since 2012 books from the special collections of Gunnerus Library. also for Android-Smartphones- are one way to use The project aims in communicating with new groups of library users, create social engagement and spread EconBiz. (http://www.econbiz.de/en/econbiz-mobil/) Through the apps we offer our users new ways to access knowledge. In addition the project will also gather data our content pool of more than 8 million records. The on how young people interact with such software tools number of features of the web-portal has been reduced and virtual objects in a library environment. in the apps. However, the apps also include additional The method we use to reach our young audience is c 2012 emtacl.com

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BlogBook storytelling with augmented books and gaming. A series of augmented books will be available as a virtual library on hand upon entering the laboratory. School children will be invited to “perform” certain tasks in a virtual reconstruction of an old laboratory in a 3D power wall as in a game environment. They will have to “fish” the instruments and information needed through a series of manuscripts, old books and artifacts through 3D technology haptic instruments. These are the augmented books that are enriched with adds-on and thus amplified by information related not only to the text and the book itself but also the period they were created in and specific subjects the writer relates to. They will be invited to browse through the information and contribute his/her narrative to the use of the book on a different lever of the board, called the “story-board”. This level of visitor interaction will remain open for the next visitor to contribute a new narrative as well. School classes will then experiment with the application through specific tasks in groups and in the frame of subject specific workshops together with their teachers in an effort to investigate the outcome of such an interactive gaming in a library-museum environment. The project is financed mainly by NTNU and the National Library of Norway. This particular research project will concentrate on the performance and the outcome during a certain interaction between the visitor and the "augmented board". His experience and his behavior, as he interacts with the augmented books or the 3D experiments will be the observation field of the research. That is the project will try to observe how visitors function in a hybrid setting, where physical and virtual reality connects to their action in the quest of knowledge as a conscious cognitive process. 11:00-11:30 Location A Krista Godfrey The QR Question: QR Codes in Academic Libraries

QR codes, 2D barcodes that look like a bunch of black and white squares, allow creators to link to more complex information than traditional barcodes, such as URLs, phone numbers and text. Despite their creation in 1994 by Denso Wave, QR codes have only recently begun to appear as a mainstream offering, largely due to the ever-increasing rise in mobile devices. As these devices become more ubiquitous, libraries must shift focus and consider the best means to offer information in a mobile world. QR codes provide one possible way of linking the physical world to the virtual world. 34

2.7. August This paper will identify the wide range of activities that libraries are presently incorporating QR codes, from marketing and outreach ventures to information literacy applications, and examine the benefits and issues associated with implementing this technology. Examples of QR code use will be highlighted and best practices for leveraging the most out of QR codes will be shared. 11:00-11:30 Location B Olivia Walsby Making Connections - enhancing teaching and learning at The University of Manchester.

Since 2009, in collaboration with academics, students, and technologists, the JRUL has been working to enhance the student learning experience through the innovative use of mobile technologies. The Library has played a key role in the instigation, implementation and support of University initiatives to advance learning through the use of emerging technologies; from the Library’s e-reader pilot projects – initiated to improve access to core undergraduate texts, through the provision of iPads to students within Manchester Business School and Manchester Medical School (MMS), to SCARLET-a collaborative project between academics, librarians, archivists and technologists, seeking to unlock Special Collections material through the use of Augmented Reality. In a background survey carried out by MMS, 95 % of students surveyed cited access to reference materials’, as a key expectation from the iPads project. This highlights the increasing importance of the Librarian’s role as consultant and intermediary between publishers and Faculty. Furthermore the Library’s involvement in the MMS iPads Project has led to the initiation of a collaboration between MIMAS (national data centre based at the University) and MMS, with a view to enhancing iPad provision with the use of Augmented Reality; a team is now in the early stages of a project investigating the enhancement of drug administration teaching using this technology. Set within the context of a restructure at the JRUL - which seeks to fundamentally change the way in which the Library contributes to Research, Teaching and Learning at the University - this paper will examine the emergent role of the Librarian as facilitator and collaborator, drawing together relevant expertise from across the Library and beyond. The new structure will see the Library make a bold departure from the traditional subject team approach to a functional model. c 2012 emtacl.com


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2.7. August This will allow the Library to become more user-centred and responsive to the needs of its user community and better placed to keep pace with the speed with which technology is developing. With ever rising student expectations (particularly pertinent to UK institutions with increased student fees), it is paramount that the Library pioneers the exploitation of new technologies to provide an outstanding learning experience if it is to prove its continued relevance within the academic institution.

could be used to support digital humanities research will also be explored. This paper aims to demonstrate that academic libraries have a key role to play in supporting the digital humanities and encourages librarians to rise to the challenge. References Kamada, Hitoshi. “Digital humanities: Roles for libraries?” College & Research Libraries News. Chicago: Oct 2010. Vol. 71, Iss. 9; pg. 484

14:00-14:30 Location A Sally Chambers Little, Geoffrey. “We Are All Digital Humanists Libraries, re infrastructure and the digital humanities: Now” The Journal of Academic Librarianship, Volume are we ready for the challenge? 37, Issue 4, July 2011, Pages 352-354 How can academic libraries support research in the digital humanities? What existing technologies in academic libraries could be repurposed for the digital humanities? What are the emerging technologies that academic libraries could harness to support the digital humanities in the future?

Lossau, Norbert. “An Overview of Research Infrastructures in Europe and Recommendations to LIBER” Liber Quarterly 21 (3/4), April 2012): pp.313– 329

14:00-14:30 Location B The Digital Humanities are the application of in- Andrew Whitworth formation technologies to the study of the humanities’ The triadic model: A holistic view of how digital and [Kamada, 2010, p484]. However, what kinds of information literacy must support each other positions should academic librarians and libraries stake out on the digital humanities landscape’ [Little, 2011, As the provision, organisation, and dissemination p4] are yet to be clearly defined. Yet, it seems that of information becomes largely digital, it is essential the skills and knowledge in collecting and organizing to develop both digital and information literacy skills data, in which librarians have unique training and in the population as a whole. However, there is a lack background.’ [Kamada, 2010, p485] could prove to of strong theoretical models of how this relationship be essential for the digital humanities. It is also noted plays out in real teaching and learning situations, that until now Research libraries’ engagement with RIs both in formal education, and the informal learning (research infrastructures) has been low.” [Lossau, 2012, processes throughout society. Information literacy p314]. is often equated merely with searching and retrieval skills: digital literacy, with ’checkbox’ approaches as This paper will explore: epitomised by the ECDL (European Computer Driving License). All tend to focus on generic and measurable Unique skills and competencies that librarians can offer achievements in the learner, which have some value as to a digital humanities team a benchmark but struggle to appreciate the differences Existing library technologies such metadata creation, between individuals (in terms of their subjective preferdigitisation and digital collection management, that ences and their distinctive learning contexts) and also could be repurposed for the digital humanities the critical aspects of the field, that is, the social impact Emerging technologies such as text and data mining, of information and technology use. Finally, there is data visualization and linked open data, that academic a separation between information and digital literacy, libraries could harness to support the digital humanities both in theory and practice. in the future This presentation offers a new theoretical model The role of libraries in digital research infrastructures for a better, because more holistic, view of the informasuch as DARIAH, the digital research infrastructure tion/digital literacy relationship. It has its roots in the for the arts and humanities and how existing digital ’Six Frames of Information Literacy’ model developed libraries such as The European Library and Europeana by Bruce, Lupton and Edwards in 2006, but groups their c 2012 emtacl.com

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BlogBook six frames into three domains - objective, subjective and intersubjective - based on the different ways information is valued by users, and also studies of social science and how people interact and shape technologies. The model has direct application in libraries, and in IL and digital literacy education, because it can be used to show how the ’generic’ approaches mentioned above are inevitably limited, and must be complemented by more subjective (or context-specific) and intersubjective (or critical) approaches to literacy education. Ultimately then, the triadic model of literacy is a tool for analysis of actual IL and digital literacy programmes, as it shows how if any of the three domains are neglected, a programme will not be able to meet all the needs of users when it comes to applying information and digital literacy in real-life situations.

2.7. August for data mining and visualization. The site is also a valuable pedagogical tool that significantly enhances undergraduate experiential education by providing a suite of digital resources that fosters applied research and writing skills and exposes students to the methods and practices of both historical and digital scholarship. Librarians and faculty at the University of Toronto Scarborough have recently partnered with the creators in an international federated partnership to collaboratively redevelop portions of the History Engine by adding new features and functionality. This presentation will look at that redevelopment as an opportunity for undergraduate students to create tangible intellectual products, and to experience the process of producing, publishing, and sharing their work with colleagues and the public, demonstrating how an emerging technology can create a more meaningful educational experience.

14:30-15:00 Location A Paulina Rousseau, Whitney Kemble and Christine Berkowitz. 14:30-15:00 Location B Driving history forward: The History Engine as a Hua Sun and Mark Puterbaugh vehicle for engaging undergraduate research The Possibilities of Social Media to Promote International Collaboration Information technologies are blurring disciplinary boundaries by supporting new ways of conducting research and by generating opportunities for educa- This presentation discusses a unique collaboration tors and learners to engage with and develop new between two academic librarians, one in Pennsylvania, literacies. This presentation will explore the History USA and the other in Shandong Province in the PRC to Engine (http://historyengine.richmonde.edu) as a case create a Chinese history and culture subject guide. The study of a project in which librarians are collaborat- presentation discusses how international collaborations ing with faculty members and the IT department to may occur through the use of social media, the diffiapply pedagogically-driven emerging technologies in culties faced by such collaborations and the necessity the library. By using digital technologies to foster and benefits of working with international colleagues. new approaches to research and collaboration among The presentation addresses the challenges in forming students within and between different universities, and international collaborations, taking into consideration by publishing student research that is of interest and physical distance, technological variations, culture, value to a broad public, the History Engine assists in the language and the role that social media can play in transformation of typical approaches to teaching and overcoming these obstacles. learning, shifting students from the passive absorption 1. Physical Distance of information to the stimulating work of knowledge Physical distance can be a major deterrent in collabcreation. orations. Finding a median time to communicate is Launched in 2005 by the Digital Scholarship Lab essential for all international efforts. Time zones and at the University of Richmond, the History Engine time changes can affect workflow and communication. captures and organizes “episodes” concise narratives Social media tools facilitate greater ease overcoming about small, often local events of the past written by these challenges by providing synchronous and asynundergraduate students. When collected together, the chronous communication. episodes illustrate the scholarly potential of social 2. Technological Variations media applications, and the site paints a portrait of Collaboration based on Internet accessible connectivity life in a specific geographic area throughout its history can be very limiting. Differences in technologies pose that is both wide-ranging and deep, one that is fully difficulties. Access to a high-speed connection is an accessible to scholars, teachers, and the general public. essential component. Poor connections contribute to Because each episode has associated metadata, the confusion that disrupts work. History Engine database is growing into a rich vein 3. Cultural Differences 36

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2.7. August Culture and language offer additional challenges that need addressed in international efforts. English was a common language to the participants in this collaboration. However, this may not always be the case. University campus culture expressed in library collections contributes to additional challenges. 4. The Promise and Benefits of International Collaboration Participants in this collaboration used free and inexpensive social media tools to communicate and work together. This practice creates a model for using inexpensive social media tools to forge new partnerships among academic libraries globally? Academic libraries can now tap expertise in other cultures to improve and extend their services without the huge financial cost once attributed to international collaboration. 5. Sustainability Is it possible for small projects like this can be maintained for long periods of time? What is the possible future of further international collaboration through social media?

institutions in higher education, it is essential to make every effort to visualize this output of your organization. From the corporate point of view having that data easily available is good for PR and marketing activities ánd it is an answer to the growing call for more “open Science”. From the library’s point of view, it is very important to be seen as a partner to contribute to this task. With a minimum of cost and effort, the use of freely available web-technology and (socialmedia) plugins the library created “atUMCG” http://atUMCG.cmb.med.rug.nl It’s simplicity in design and content clearly appealed to many inside the hospital. It’s launch had a great spin-off for the library. The presentation will focus on describing this “controlled aggregation” website and it’s use in more detail, but also on all spin-off effects i.e, the great need and benefits of simple, complete publication overviews made available by the library. 15:30-16:00 Location B

15:30-16:00 Location A Lukas Koster Primo implementation Guus van den Brekel Promoting scientific output : made possible by your Primo at the University of Amsterdam - Technollibrary! ogy vs real life Promoting scientific output has huge impact on li- The technology of harvesting and indexing in library, the organisation & their relationship brary discovery tools promises to search and find all information resources that a library has access to There are more ways of doing things than the cor- through one user interface. In real life this remains porate way! just a promise. The fulfillment of this promise depends heavily on the situation in three areas: Everybody wants or needs to make publication overviews : using blog and easy aggregation techniques - content and content providers is within every library’s reach! - the methods of indexing used With the launch of a separate website focused on the complete scientific output of the University Medical - the configuration of the user interface Center Groningen (UMCG) the visibility of these publications were improved considerably, as well as The issues in these three areas will be illustrated the awareness of them with the corporate community. by looking at the implementation of Ex Libris’ Primo at Possitive side-effect was also the rise of the awareness the University of Amsterdam. However, all problems of library’s resources, skills and services. apply evenly to all discovery tools available, commerOur large academic hospital publishes over 2000 cial, open source and homegrown alike. scientific publications every year and it’s rising. The library has made massive resources available for all Day three staff and students, but finding out who published what within the hospital, is not that easy, especially if you 10:00-10:30 Location A want to be as complete as possible. With the worldwide “battle of the ranking” between Shun Nagaya and Keizo Itabashi. c 2012 emtacl.com

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Covo.js : A JavaScript Library to Utilize Subject http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/5994 Headings and Thesauri on the Web 10:00-10:30 Location Møllenberg "Tagging" is important technology for organizing information resources, and its importance has increased on the Web. Users freely create and manage metadata Sharon Favaro and Christopher Hoadley. called "tags" that enable clustering and and improved Designing tools for the 21st century workflow of searching of information resources. These metadata are research and how it changes what libraries must do called "free terms" which is simple and easy method to use for the Internet user; but there is also a disadvantage With the emergence of new tools and technologies, in that the information retrieval recall ratio can be information practices have changed radically. Libraries, reduced. The recall ratio can be improved by using which previously served an information warehousing, "controlled terms". On the other hand, librarian have dissemination, and search role now serve patrons whose made controlled terms to support clustering some of information habits are radically different. Increasingly, information resources. These tools are called thesauri the work of scholars focuses more on just-in-time or subject headings. retrieval, quick bootstrapping to learn new disciplines, online collaboration throughout the research process, Transferring the techniques commonly used in the and knowledge construction and dissemination activilibrary to the web is our concept. Function of Web-API ties unlike traditional publishing. and data format of the Linked Open Data are quickly spreading. Thus, various authority data can be used Although there are many tools to support research, more easily in the web. We think these authority files there are profound disconnects between library-oriented will empower the user to handle information resources. resources and tools, and the other tools scholars use So, we produced covo.js(*) which is a JavaScript library to do their work. Scholars increasingly turn to online that makes it easy to use controlled terms as a tool for tutorials, Internet search engines, and collaborative information organization. Including the covo.js library sharing and writing environments. Libraries are beon your Web service makes it easy to utilize thesauri coming increasingly marginalized in the workflow of and subject headings. And, through the development of scholars, where ’going to the library’ whether virtually covo.js, we found the four patterns for using Web-based or physically, can be seen as disruptive within the larger controlled vocabularies. context of scholarship and the activities of learning, collaborating, and writing. While online services and Covo.js(ver 0.1) is supporting to using 10 thesaurus tools have attempted to decrease barriers to using library and subject headings such as INIS Thesaurus, Web resources, the fragmentation of the tools for library NDL Authorities, LCSH, MeSH, etc. We adopted the work and the tools for the rest of research instead serves command line interface(CLI) as an interface of covo.js. as a disincentive. Because of CLI is most simple and universal input interface in case of information search or input tags. From the perspective of research libraries, how The features of covo.js are controlled vocabularies in should we support scholars within the entire lifecycle drop-down lists that are selectable by inputting a trigger of the research process? What types of tools do word, an incremental search from controlled terms, and researchers need to conduct work and how can libraries some customizable function configurations. integrate library tools within the research process? We turn to the sociotechnical systems perspective and Now, we are coding the next covo.js. The feature human-computer interaction design techniques to begin of some of structure of control vocabularies are de- to answer these questions. signed hierarchical. A term is connected with other related terms and it forms the network. Next covo.js Information systems design often relies heavily on will support to handling hierarchical structure, such as user research, in particular workflow analysis and Narrow terms, Broader terms and Related terms, etc. development of use cases, to help identify needed information supports. Use cases are simply descriptions of sequences of events that, taken together, lead to Controlled Terms or Free Terms? A JavaScript Li- a system doing something useful (Bittner & Spence, brary to Utilize Subject Headings and Thesauri on the 2003). Use cases can be empirical records of actual Web user behavior, hypothetical activities of prospective 38

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BlogBook formatted EPUB file. Standard tools are freely available for these transformations. The next step is to get one of our journals to commit to publishing in the EPUB format as well as in PDF. The project group will help the selected journal design a suitable workflow, based on their particular needs, from submitted manuscript to published article.

We want to share our experiences from the project. Trude Eikebrokk, Tor Arne Dahl and Siri Kessel "EPUB as publication format in Open Access journals: What are the estimated cost and workload for changing a traditional paper-based journal workflow into a fully Workflow and tools" digital workflow? What are the pros and cons of different tools and converters? Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences offers a publishing platform based on the Hopefully our work will inspire and guide other open source software Open Journal Systems (OJS): academic libraries responsible for institutional repositories and journal publishing. http://journals.hioa.no. Currently we have four Open Access journals publish10:30-11:00 Location Møllenberg ing regular issues on this platform. All our journals use PDF as their standard publishing format. These articles are hard to read on tablets such as the iPad, and close to impossible on e-book readers with E-ink displays (like the Amazon Kindle and Sony devices). EPUB is the open e-book format developed by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF), and is preferred by most vendors. The format is reflowable and specially designed for e-book readers. The latest EPUB version can support rich media content and text-to-speech technology as well. The aim of this project is to provide our journals with the tools and editorial workflow they need to start publishing in EPUB.

Urban Andersson and Stina Johansson. Publication profiles – presenting research in a new way How can the library use the extensive and wellstructured data contained in the institutional repository to attract the researchers’ attention and to promote the research outcome of the university? Publication data is still usually presented in a traditional bibliographic style in the form of publication lists and similair. But could this data also be used to present research activities and publications in a way that would get even more attention from users? At Chalmers University of Technology, the library has developed a feature called Publication Profiles. This could be described as the Institutional Repository Labs’, where we can create visualisations and aggregations of data in many different forms, and present information such as:

So far the project group has tested different kinds of easy-to-use conversion tools: Calibre, Sigil, writer2epub and InDesign. These tools can convert commonly used formats such as HTML and OpenDocument into EPUB. Such tools could work for word processor documents where authors have used appropriate styles and templates, but will not work well Co-authorships. What collaborations are there? The geography of Chalmers. How international is enough for streamlined EPUB journal publishing. Chalmers? And how can “the geography of Chalmers” The project is therefore currently looking into the be visualized? Using GPS Visualizer and Google Maps more technical workflow in use by the Open Access co-authorship addresses have been projected on the journal PLoS ONE, and PubMed Central. Both tag world map. submitted manuscripts with the Journal Publishing Tag Publication types. Using visualisations, we can present Set initially developed by U.S. National Library of comprehensive overviews of the publishing habits with Medicine. The resulting XML file will work as a source regard to articles, conferences, monographs etc. document that can be transformed into XHTML, EPUB Publication frequency. Graphical visualisations of the and PDF. This kind of workflow ensures a properly number of publications for departments or individuals c 2012 emtacl.com

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Also, the addition of external services, such as link resolving for full text location, citation counts and geospatial data, further enhances the value of the profiles. The Publication Profiles have been running in a beta phase since early 2011, and the 1.0 version was released in November the same year. 1.

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WW1 DISCOVERY | World War One Discovery Project (2012-10-05 17:52:15) [...] Stevenson on the topic of The Winner Takes it All? -APIs and Linked Data Battle It Out’. The abstract accurately outlines what we talked about, so I’ve quoted a snippet [...] Stormy (2012-11-01 23:16:16) Great post. I used to be checking continuously this weblog and I’m inspired! Very useful info specially the closing section :) I deal with such information much. I used to be seeking this particular information for a very lengthy time. Thanks and best of luck. Stormy Warner Librarian presents at international conference! « Eastern University’s Warner Memorial Library (2012-10-15 16:30:59) [...] Mark and Hua Sun (learn more about Hua here!) presented on their ongoing collaboration between Eastern University’s Warner Library in PA and Shandong University of the Arts in Shandong Province in the PRC. “The presentation discusses how international collaborations may occur through the use of social media, the difficulties faced by such collaborations and the necessity and benefits of working with international colleagues. The presentation addresses the challenges in forming international collaborations, taking into consideration physical distance, technological variations, culture, language and the role

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Now the emtacl12 programme has been updated with links to the submitted abstracts. All of the submitted Now we have 7 keynote presentation titles ready. The abstracts could also be found from the main page menu last title added is from called "submitted abstracts".

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Richard Wallis, distin[1] guished thought leader in Semantic Web and Linked Data technology, joined OCLC in 2012 as Technology Evangelist. Richard has been at the forefront of emerging Web and Semantic Web technologies in the wider information world for over 20 years. [2]Read more His presentation will be titled "OCLC Worldshare and Linked Data". 1.

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Hurry up a register for emtacl12. Why wait until itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s too late? The best library event this year, are you sure you want to miss such a great event? The final date for registration has now been extended until 21 September 2012.

For those of you participants that will be taking photos during the emtacl12 conference a Flickr group called [1]emtacl12 has been made. Feel free to use the group and upload your photos from the event. There will also be in-house emtacl12 photographers taking photos and sharing those through this group. 1. http://www.flickr.com/groups/2126274@N22/

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Presentations continuously being added to the wordle of #emtacl12 hashtagarchive programme (2012-10-09 09:54) - emtacl12 (09.10.2012) (2012-10-09 14:15) - emtacl12 The presentations will be added to the programme continuously as soon as we get the final versions of the presentations, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a mix of links to Slideshare, Google Docs or PDF versions of the presentations. Today the 9th of October 7 presentations is still "missing". You will also find a link to Flickr with pictures tagged with speakers names + emtacl12. It would have been nice if you could all tag the photos you upload to the emtacl12 flickr group so that even more photos will show up when clicking the Flickr links in the programme. The videos will still take some time to edit, cut, etc. so once again we all strongly urge you to be patient.

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Lukas Koster, Library of the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands [6]Change or be irrelevant or: Think "different" or paint yourself in a corner Blog: "Fagreferenten forteller....":Mariann Løkse, Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromsø, Norway [1]Emtacl12 (in [7]Summary (of the above mentioned report on emtacl12) english). [8] for the D-Lib Magazine (Nov/Dec. issue) on emtacl12.

http://ruedimumenthaler.ch: Rudolf Mumenthaler, WW1 Discovery: Adrian Stevenson,Mimas, The Uni- HTW Chur - University of Applied Sciences (Switzerversity of Manchester, United Kingdom [2]The Winner land) [9]No New Technologies in Libraries? Takes it All? -APIs and Linked Data Battle It Out

Archives Hub blog: Jane Stevenson,Mimas, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom [3]The New ScholPatrick Hochstenbach, Ghent University Library, Belarly Record (about Herbert’s keynote talk). gium [10]patrick.hochstenbach’s photostream with emtacl12 doodles. 1.

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KEYNOTE[6] [7]Text[8] version of presentation Keynote [9]Karen Coyle Presentations during the emtacl12 conference The list is tried to be organized chronologically. Just "Think Different" the name of the speaker/speakers plus the title of the presentation is stated. The videos are "raw" film so everything being filmed [10] is shown, meaning that on some presentations you actually have to skip a bit to get to the beginning. [11]Slideshare Hope this is OK for you all, it’s like catching the Adrian Stevenson and Jane Stevenson. moment, all the small talks, technicians flying to rescue The Winner Takes it All? - APIs and Linked Data Battle etc. It Out SIT DOWN AND ENJOY........ The videos could also be easily enjoyed through Vimeos [1]Couch mode (Alphabetical on first name) If you press the info button [12] you could easily scroll through the rest of the videos in [13]PDF the Couch mode. Martin Gaustad The videos are downloadable in the following for- Lessons learned in multimedia production and distribution at the Norwegian University of Science and mats: Technology, NTNU.

[14] [15]PDF Kim Tallerås, Nils Pharo, David Massey and JørnIf you access the videos from the Helge Dahl. http://emtacl.com/presentations chronological list Using Linked data to harmonize heterogeneous metayou press the Clip info/download button but if you data - Modeling the birth of Norwegian black metal choose the Couch mode you actually have to exit the Couch mode and press the download button to get to the same menu. [16] Welcome by Pro-Rector at NTNU, Berit Kjeldstad [17]PDF Peter van Huisstede and Jasper Opdecoul. RePub - The EUR repository: It’s alive! [2] [18] KEYNOTE[3] Slideshare Opening Keynote: [4]Herbert Van de Sompel Paint-Yourself-In-The-Corner Infrastructure

KEYNOTE[19] a) [20]PDF b)[21]Text version of presentation [22]Rurik Greenall “Defining/Defying reality: the struggle towards relevance in bibliographic data”

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KEYNOTE[24] [25]Slideshare [26]Rudolf Mumenthaler Innovation Management in and for Libraries

[40]Slideshare Sally Chambers. Libraries, research infrastructures and the digital humanities: are we ready for the challenge?

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[28] Slideshare Tamara Pianos. EconBiz Mobile â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a library app for researchers: Why App and where do we go from here?

[42]Prezi Andrew Whitworth. The triadic model: A holistic view of how digital and information literacy must support each other

[43] [29] [44]PDF Paulina Rousseau, Whitney Kemble and Christine [30]PDF Alexandra Angeletaki, Marcello Carrozzino and Chiara Berkowitz. Driving history forward: The History Engine as a Evangelista vehicle for engaging undergraduate research Mubil : A digital laboratory

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[32]Slideshare Krista Godfrey. The QR Question: QR Codes in Academic Libraries

[46]Slideshare Hua Sun and Mark Puterbaugh The Possibilities of Social Media to Promote International Collaboration

[33] [47] [34]PDF [48]Slideshare Olivia Walsby Making Connections - enhancing teaching and learning Guus van den Brekel Promoting scientific output : made possible by your at The University of Manchester. library!

[35] [49] KEYNOTE[36][37] [50]Slideshare [38]Eirik Newth Forecast for the academic library of 2025: Cloudy with Lukas Koster Primo implementation a chance of user participation and content lock-in. 54

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KEYNOTE[68] [69]Slideshare [70]Brian Kelly What Next for Libraries? Making Sense of the Future

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EBSCO: Technologies and services for academic li[58]Slideshare braries Shun Nagaya and Keizo Itabashi. Covo.js : A JavaScript Library to Utilize Subject Headings and Thesauri on the Web [73] [59]

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[60]Slideshare Trude Eikebrokk, Tor Arne Dahl and Siri Kessel. [74] “EPUB as publication format in Open Access journals: Workflow and tools” Proquest/Refworks

[61] [75] [62]PDF Urban Andersson and Stina Johansson. Publication profiles – presenting research in a new way

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53209769/89b331c874 62. https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1483254/emtacl12/ Andersoon_johansson_presentation_ua_sj_ emtacl122.pdf 63.

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what-next-for-libraries-making-sense-of-the-future 70. http://emtacl.com/invited-speakers/#Brian 71.

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The videos are "raw" film so everything being filmed is shown, meaning that on some presentations you actually have to skip a bit to get to the beginning. Hope this is OK for you all, it’s like catching the moment, all the small talks, technicians flying to rescue etc. SIT DOWN AND ENJOY........ Either from [1]http://emtacl.com/presentations/ or through Vimeos [2]Couch mode (alphabetical on first name for the Vimeo couch mode). If you press the info button you could easily scroll through the rest of the videos.[3]

Well it’s a time consuming job converting the HD .mts format videos to a "liveable"/uploadable format that Vimeo Pro like and secondly it’s a matter of waiting for Vimeo to upload, process and present the playable videos and it’s also a matter of tagging and feeding information, but the light is being spotted in the end of the The videos are downloadable in the following formats: tunnel next to a big sign saying "Probably finished next week".

If you access the videos from the http://emtacl.com/presentations chronological list you press the Clip info/download button but if you choose the Couch mode you actually have to exit the Couch mode and press the download button to get to the same menu. [vimeo 53076015 w=300 &h=200] [vimeo 53142026 w=300 &h=200][vimeo 53212682 w=300 &h=200] Link to clickable PDF with all presentations (both text and video).

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Krista Godfrey [7]@weelibrarian

Sally Chambers @[4]schambers3

Rurik T.Greenall [8]@brinxmat

Karen Coyle [5]@karencoyle

Brian Kelly [9]@briankelly Tor Arne Dahl @[6]torarnedahl

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Lukas Koster [10]@lukask

Rudolf Mumenthaler [11]@mrudolf

Herbert van de Sompel [14]@hvdsomp

Eirik Newth [12]@astronewth

Adrian Stevenson [15]@adrianstevenson

Jane Stevenson [16]@janestevenson Tamara Pianos [13]@taps69

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Jens Vigen [18]@jensvigen

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