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SUNDAY, June 15

15:00-17:00

Workshop for PhD students - Koraljka Golub: Project methodology in subject-based knowledge organization: experiences from the UK

17:30-19:30 Workshop for PhD students - M. Šapro Ficović: Practical application of qualitative methods in libraries with special demonstration of oral history
20:00

Welcome cocktail for LIDA participants

MONDAY, June 16

09:30

Opening: T. Saracevic and Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić

9:45-10:30

Introduction to Theme I. - D. Bawden: 'The noblest pleasure'?: on gaining understanding from qualitative research

10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:30

Accepted papers-Researching information needs
Nasrine Olson, Alexander Karlsson and Gustaf Nelhans. Information fusion as an e-service in scholarly information use (INCITE)-Information needs of scholars in the age of big data

Nicole Boubée. Cross self-confrontation method and challenges in researching active information seeking of youth

Silvana Sehic and Sanjica Faletar Tanackovic. Exploration of information needs and academic library use of the blind and visually impaired students in Croatia

13:00-16:00

Workshop (brown bag lunch included)
T. Merčun and M. Žumer. Using information visualization in libraries: why, when, and how

16:00-17:30

Accepted papers-Qualitative methodology challenges
Linda Z. Cooper. Proposal for a qualitative study of LIS students' self-assessment of growth and direction using Dervin's Sense-Making Methodology applied to intrapersonal examination of their ongoing eportfolio development

Martina Dragija Ivanovic. Impact of public libraries in small rural communities: challenges to conducting a research
Isabelle Fabre and Cécile Gardies. Photography: a methodological tool to question uses in the "learnings centers" in France.

17:30-18:00 Coffee break
18:00-19:00 Invited speaker Elke Greifeneder: Big data does not equal big picture
19:30

Cultural programme / Guided tours to the Sea Organ and Roman Forum

TUESDAY, June 17

9:30-11:00

Accepted papers-Frameworks for evaluation of online library services
Thomas Weinhold, Bernard Bekavac and Sonja Hamann. BibEval-A framework for usability evaluations of online library services

Josipa Selthofer and Tomislav Jakopec. How can customized IT system support qualitative methods in web site validation: application for visual content analysis

Cathal Hoare and Humphrey Sorensen. A reporting framework for search session evaluation

11:00-11:30 Coffe break
11:30-12:30

Introduction to Theme II-Blaise Cronin: Beethoven vs. Bieber: on the meaningfulness of (alt)metrics

  Lunch break/Visit to State Archives, Archeological Museum, Gold and Silver of Zadar Exhibition or Museum of Antique Glass
15:00-16:30

Parallel sessions
Accepted papers (Theme I)
Liz Lyon, Manjula Patel and Kenji Takeda. Assessing requirements for research data management support in academic libraries: introducing a new multi-faceted capability tool

Lisa Lamont. Digital Library assessment through multiple measures

Vivien Petras, Juliane Stiller and Maria Gäde. How we are searching cultural heritage? A qualitative analysis of search patterns and success in The European Library

Accepted papers (Theme II): Altmetrics

Jonathan Levitt and Mike Thelwall. From webometrics to altmetrics: one and a half decades of digital research at Wolverhampton

Isabella Peters, Alexandra Jobmann, Anita Eppelin, Christian P. Hoffmann, Sylvia Künne and Gabriele Wollnik-Korn. Altmetrics for large, multidisciplinary research groups: A case study of the Leibniz Association

Leonidas Papachristopoulos, Angelos Mitrelis, Giannis Tsakonas and Christos Papatheodorou. Where and how knowledge on digital library evaluation spreads: a case study on conference literature

16:30-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:00 Invited speaker-Paul Wouters (Theme II) The metrics acumen: supporting individual researchers in assessment
18:00-19:00

Parallel sessions
Demonstrations

András Simon. Aspects of the constructing the metadata structure and the business logic of the integrated library systems, concerning to the measurability of the usage of the library and the traditional and electronic documents.

Accepted papers (Theme II): Altmetrics

Anna Maria Tammaro. Altmetrics in the humanities: perceptions of Italian scholars

Primoz Juznic. What do researchers think about altmetrics and are they familiar with its abilities?

WEDNESDAY, June 18

9:30-11:00

Accepted papers (Theme II)
Christian Schloegl, Juan Gorraiz, Christian Gumpenberger, Kris Jack and Peter Kraker. Are downloads and readership data a substitute for citations? The case of a scholarly journal

Blanca Rodríguez Bravo. The use of electronic journals at academic libraries in North-Western Spain
Jeppe Nicolaisen. What is a journal article and does it really matter?

11:00-11:30 Coffe break
11:30-12:30 Invited speaker-Cassidy Sugimoto: The metric menagerie: Tweets, Likes, and other social media metrics in the library
 

Lunch break/Visit to State Archives, Archeological Museum, Gold and Silver of Zadar Exhibition or Museum of Antique Glass

15:00-16:30

Accepted papers (Theme II)
Ute Sondergeld and Marc Rittberger. Assessing social science research-An information service for monitoring educational research

Jadranka Stojanovski and Franjo Pehar. Multiple bibliometric indicators approach to Croatian open access (OA) journals

Adam Siegel. High-value, low-visibility: using Alt-Discovery tools to heighten awareness of European digital collections for Anglo-American scholars

16:30-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:00 Invited Speaker-Marija Brajdic Vukovic (Theme II)-Challenges of globalized evaluation practices in the context of semi-peripheral and localized knowledge production
18:00-19:00

Accepted papers (Theme I)
Evelyn Dröge, Julia Iwanowa and Steffen Hennicke. A specialisation of the Europeana data model for the representation of manuscripts: The DM2E model

Katarina Švab, Tanja Merčun and Maja Žumer. Researching bibliographic data with users: examples of 5 qualitative studies

19:00-21:00 Poster session with cheese and wine

THURSDAY, June 19

9:30-11:00

Parallel sessions
Accepted papers (Theme I)

Isto Huvila. Where is the library, or is it an archive? Assessing the impact and implications of archaeological information collections

Kate-Riin Kont. Using qualitative methods in assessing work efficiency of library services

Matthew Kelly. Core collections for civil society's libraries: assessing value across domains.

Accepted papers (Theme I)

Polona Vilar and Ivanka Stricevic. Quality school library how do we find out?

Ross J. Todd and Punit Dadlani. Collaborative information use by high school students in a digital learning environment

Sanjica Faletar Tanackovic, Darko Lacovic and Gordana Gaso. Student use of library physical spaces: participant observation of study spaces in an academic library

11:00-11:30 Coffe break
11:30-12:30 Invited speaker Donald Case (Theme I)-Sixty years of measuring the use of information and its sources: from consultation to application
 

Lunch break/Visit to State Archives, Archeological Museum, Gold and Silver of Zadar Exhibition or Museum of Antique Glass

13:00-17:30

Workshop (brown bag lunch included)
B. Wildemuth. Applying grounded theory methods to library and user assessment

16:00-17:00

Accepted papers (Theme I)
Yolande Maury and Susan Kovacs. Studying user appropriation of university and secondary school «Learning Centres»: methodological questions and issues

Larry White. Head library administratorscompetitiveness and use of performance and competitive information in decision making

17:00-17:30 Coffee break
17:30-19:00 Guest of Honor's talk-Gary Marchionini-Libraries and literacies: from I to we
20:30 Banquet

FRIDAY, June 20

8:30-10:30 PhD forum
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30

Accepted papers (Theme I)
Sheila Corrall. Library service capital: The case for measuring and managing intangible assets

Carol Gordon. The convergence of performance and program assessment: A three-dimensional action research model

Cristina Albu and Adriana Cristian. Specific aspects of the information services improvement in the university libraries

12:30-13:00

Closing od LIDA 2014 and Announcement of LIDA 2016

  Lunch break
15:00-16:30 Round table-10th anniversary of the Department of Information Sciences in Zadar

SATURDAY, June 21

 

Excursion to Croatian National Park (Plitvice Lakes or the River Krka Falls)