Papers

Session 1: Crowdsourcing and Open Source

1.1 Jussi-Pekka Hakkarainen, National Library of Finland, Finland
Making an Impact on Research and Society, a Case Study: Crowdsourcing Solutions Developed for Linguistic Research and Citizen Science
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1.2 Petteri Kivimäki, National Library of Finland, Finland
Evaluating Open Source Software – A New Library System for Finnish Libraries in Sight
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Session 2: Linked Open Data

2.1 Nuno Freire, The European Library, The Netherlands; Michael Mertens, Research Libraries UK (RLUK), UK
Insights and Outcomes from the Experience of The European Library and Research Libraries UK in Providing Linked Open Data
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Session 3: Innovation

3.1 Lorraine Joanne Beard, Nick Campbell, University of Manchester, UK
Innovation and Ice Cream – Leadership, Strategy and Engagement at the Heart of Innovation at the University of Manchester Library
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3.2 Adam Sofronijevic, Svetozar Markovic’ University Library and University of Belgrado, Serbia
Gamification in Academic Libraries: Level 1 – Why and the Basics of How
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Session 4: Open Access

4.1 Laurence Bebbington, University of Aberdeen, UK
Whose Property Is It Anyway? Part 1: How Do Changes to UK Copyright Law Enhance Access to Research and Stimulate Green Open Access to Scholarly Research Outputs?
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4.2 Chris Banks, Imperial College London, UK
Whose Property Is It Anyway? Part 2: The Challenges in Supporting the UK’s Main Research Funder Agendas which Seek to Ensure that the Outputs from Publicly-Funded Research are Published Open Access
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Session 5: Improved Access to Information

5.1 Saskia van Bergen, Leiden University Library, The Netherlands
Connecting Systems for Better Services Around Special Collections
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5.2 Anthony James O’Kelly, British Columbia institute of Technology, USA
Improving Library Interaction for Patrons Through User Experience (UX)
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5.3 Heli J. Kautonen, National Library of Finland, Finland
Our Users Who Settle for Less – Ensuring Usable Accessibility for Blind Users of a Digital Library
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Session 6: Digital Preservation

6.1 Maurizio LunghiFondazione Rinascimento Digitale, Italy
Implementing an Interoperability Framework for Persistent Identifier Systems
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6.2 Yvonne Friese, Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Germany
Digital Preservation Costs – Worse than Counting Calories
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6.3 Arlette Piguet, ETH Zurich, ETH Libraries and Collections, Switzerland
Digital Curation at ETH-Bibliothek: From a Survey to a Customer-Oriented Service for Researchers
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Session 7: Future and Emerging Technologies

7.1 Thomas JouneauUniversité de Lorraine, France
AnalogIST/ezPAARSE : Analysing Locally Gathered Logfiles to Determine Users’ Accesses to Subscribed e-Resources
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7.2 Eva Dahlbäck, Stockholm University Library, Sweden
Going Digital in the Closed Stacks – Library Logistics with a Smart Phone
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7.3 Lina Blovesciuniene, Vytautas Magnus University Library, Research Council of Lithuania, Lithuania; Anatanas  Streimikis, Lithuanian Academic Libraries Directors’ Association, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
The ‘Lituanistika’ Database as a Research Infrastructure for Lithuanian Studies
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Session 8: Open Access

8.1 Paul Ayris, UCL (University College London), UK
Open Access Publishing and Research Evaluation: New Roles for Research Libraries
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8.2 Eelco Ferwerda, OAPEN Foundation, The Netherlands
Supporting Open Access for Monographs
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8.3 James Shulman, Artstor, USA
Lessons Learned from the Launch of a Free Service Supporting Publishing in Art History
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Session 9: Open Access

9.1 Inge Werner, Utrecht University Library, The Netherlands
From Services to Partnering: A New Strategy for OA Publishing in Utrecht University Library
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9.2 Saskia C.J. de Vries, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands
A New Service to Academia: Quality Open Access Market
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9.3 Margo Bargheer, Göttingen State and University Library, Germany
Open Access: Aligning Library Services for Scholarly Publishing and User Needs
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Session 10: New Skills for Librarians

10.1 Sheila Mary Corrall, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Mobilizing Invisible Library Assets for Innovative Research Support in the 2020 Information Landscape
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10.2 Iryna KuchmaStichting eIFL.net (EIFL), Italy
Librarians’ Competencies in Support of E-Research and Scholarly Communication
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10.3 Don MacMillan, University of Calgary, Canada
Developing Data Literacy Competencies to Enhance Faculty Collaborations
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Session 11: Research Infrastructures

11.1 Raquel Bairrão, OINESC-ID/Técnico, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Data Governance in E-Science
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11.2 Robin Charlotte Rice, University of Edinburgh, UK
Supporting Good Practice in Research Data Management: Edinburgh’s Experience
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11.3 Kathleen Shearer, Confederation of Open Access Repositories
Global Alignment of Repository Networks
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Session 12: Legal Aspects

12.1 Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, CNRS, France
The Regulation of Text and Data Mining
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12.2 Jon Arild Olsen, National Library of Norway, Norway
From Research Library to Research Lab: the Case of the National Library of Norway
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12.3 Tonny Skovgård Jensen, State and University Library, Aarhus, Denmark
Digital Collections at Work. Radio and Television Collections Online – A Case Study from Denmark
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