Preliminary Program

MONDAY, June 13

8:00-10:00
Registration
10:00-10:15
Opening of LIDA 2016
10:15-11:15
Chair Heather Moulaison (SISLT, University of Missouri, United States). Introduction to Theme I (Main Building - Aula Magna)
11:15-11:45
Get Together Coffee

Parallel sessions

11:45-13:15
Accepted Papers (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Diane Sonnenwald (University College Dublin, Ireland). Visioning a New Future for Rare Historic Books and Manuscripts
Tove Faber Frandsen (Odense University Hospital, Denmark) and Jeppe Nicolaisen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark). Statistical Analyses of Digital Collections: Using a Large Corpus of Systematic Reviews to Study Non-Citations
Paulette Kerr, Maureen Kerr-Campbell and Frances Salmon (The University of the West Indies Mona, Jamaica). Rich Collections, Scarce Resources: Conundrum of Digital Curation in the Caribbean
11:45-13:15
Accepted Papers (Rectorate Building - Room 2.3)
Hana Marčetić (Ruđer Bošković Institute Library, Croatia), Milijana Mičunović and Maja Krtalić (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). Data Organization and Preservation in the Context of Digital and Networked Media: Public's Attitudes, Habits and Practices in Relation to Digital Curation of Personal Digital Data
Kristina Kocijan, Marko Požega and Dario Poljak (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia). Building Scholarly Data Forest
Darko Lacović and Boris Badurina (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia) and Ivo Džinić (Department of Cultural Studies, University of Osijek, Croatia). Role of Information and Communication Technology in the Information Seeking of Catholic Priests

Parallel sessions

15:00-16:30
Paul Nieuwenhuysen (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium). Information Retrieval from Digital Collections, Using Search by Image: A Tutorial Workshop (Main Building - Computer Room)
15:00-16:30
Accepted Papers (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Guangyuan Sun and Christopher S. G. Khoo (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore). Social Science Quantitative Research Data Curation: A Focus on Data Reuse and Knowledge Representation
Ming-Yueh Tsay and Chih-Ming Chen (National Chengchi University, Taiwan). Applications of Collaborative Annotation System in Digital Curation, Crowdsourcing, and Digital Humanities
Gary Radford (Fairleigh Dickinson University, United States) and Jessa Lingel (Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, United States). From Heterotopia to the Panopticon: Conceptions of the Library Experience from the Work of Michel Foucault
16:30-17:00
Coffee Break
17:00-18:00
Invited Speaker Tim Gollins (National Records of Scotland, UK). "I Know a Bank Where the Wild Records Blow: Confronting the Challenge of an Undifferentiated Digital Future?" (Main Building - Aula Magna)
18:30-19:30
Joint meeting of European Chapter and Asian Pacific Chapter of ASIS&T (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Emil Levine

TUESDAY, June 14

09:30-10:30
Invited Speaker Aram Sinnreich (American University, Washington, United States). Copyright, Media Ethics, Liberty & Privacy: An International Perspective (Main Building - Aula Magna)
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break

Parallel sessions

11:00-12:30
Understanding Roles and Responsibilities of Data Curators: An International Perspective: Panel (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Anna Maria Tammaro (University of Parma, Italy),
Krystyna K. Matusiak (University of Denver, USA),
Ana Pervan, (International Labour Organization, Switzerland),
Vittore Casarosa (ISTI-CNR, Pisa, Italy),
Frank Andreas Sposito (University of Denver, USA)
11:00-13:30
Lynn Silipigni Connaway (OCLC Research, United States) and Marie Radford (Rutgers University, United States). Using Qualitative Methods for Library Evaluation: An Interactive Workshop (Rectorate Building - Room 2.3)

Parallel sessions

14:30-17:00
Tim Gollins (National Records of Scotland, UK). A Collaborative Exploration of Where Digital Records May be Found in Organisations' IT Systems: Workshop (Rectorate Building - Room 2.3)
15:00-17:00
Accepted Papers (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Ferenc Zalan Iszály (University of Debrecen, Hungary). Electronic Library Services In Hungary and in the USA
Anna Wong (United States). Technology Acceptance and Students' Learning via the eCollege LMS
Widad Mustafa El Hadi (Université de Lille 3, France), Marcilio De Brito (University of Brazilia, Brazil), Maja Žumer (Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) and Simone Bastos Viera (University of Brazilia, Brazil). Indexing With Images: The Imagetic Conceptual Methodology
Ya-Ning Chen (Tamkang University, Taiwan). An Analysis of Embedded Characteristics and Structures in Data Papers: A Preliminary Study
15:30-17:00
Accepted Demonstrations (Main Building - Computer Room)
Andre Avorio (Alexander Street, United Kingdom). Open Music Library: A Community-Curated Open Index of the World’s Scholarly Music Resources
Katharina Beberweil (Library and Information Centre, IBFD, Netherlands). Library and Information Centre IBFD – the Point of Reference for International Tax Questions
Dina Mašina (Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Croatia) and Kristijan Crnković (ArhivPRO d.o.o., Croatia). Digital Repository of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts - New Modules
17:15-20:00
Poster Session (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Andreja Zubac (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences University of Zagreb, Croatia). Scheme of Adaptive Multimedia Communication Network to the User in E-Learning
Elaine Ménard and Jonathan Dorey (School of Information Studies, McGill University, Canada) . Dolmen: A Linked Open Data Model for Museum Objects
Mateja Tomažič Jakac (ELEM dr. Aleš Bebler - Primož Hrvatini, Slovenia) and Maja Žumer (Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia). Use of International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) in a Multilingual Environment
Alica Kolarić (Rijeka City Library, Croatia) and Ivanka Stričević (Department of Information Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia). Information Seeking Behavior for Decision-Making in Everyday Life: A Pilot Study on Adolescents
Preeyanuch Voravickositt (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom). E-books in Thai Academic Libraries: Examining E-Book Collection Management and Listening to the User-Voice
Mihaela Konjevod, Tena Vilček, Darko Lacović (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia) and Ljiljana Siber (Faculty of Law, University of Osijek, Croatia). Perception and Use of Digital Sources in the Library of Law Faculty in Osijek
Evgenia Arh (University Library Rijeka, Croatia) and Dejana Golenko (Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka, Croatia). Do We Need Information Literacy Programmes at Universities: Two Case Studies at The University of Rijeka
Jonathan Dorey and Elaine Menard (School of Information Studies, McGill University, Canada). Beyond Archival Intelligence: Towards Increased Access and Use of Digital Archives by Undergraduate Students
Dan Albertson (University of Alabama, United States). Curating Digital Video Collections for Education: A First Look at the Associations Between Added Value and Visual Information Seeking
Jure Žilić, Cvijetin Vidaković and Sanjica Faletar Tanacković (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). Career Motivations and Choices of LIS Students: Perceptions and Expectations
Gordana Gašo, Darko Lacović and Sanjica Faletar Tanacković (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). Academic Staff and Use of Electronic Library Resources: Preliminary Results of the Study at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek

WEDNESDAY, June 15

9:30-10:30
Chair Michael Seadle (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany). Introduction to Theme II (Main Building - Aula Magna)
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break

Parallel sessions

11:00-12:30
Accepted Papers (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Vera Hillebrand and Elke Greifeneder (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany). International Mobility in Library and Information Science
Patricia Aufderheide (American University, Washington, United States). Leveraging Exceptions and Limitations for Digital Curation and Online Collections: The U.S. Case
Tjaša Jug and Maja Žumer (Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia). Do We Need Better Online Book Review Organisation?
11:00-12:30
Accepted Papers (Rectorate Building - Room 2.3.)
Michele Reilly (Brooks Library, CWU, United States) and Santi Thompson (University of Houston Libraries, United States). Acknowledging the Personal Among Digital Library Users and Reuses
Kay Cassell (Rutgers University, United States). E-books in Academic Libraries, a Literature Review with a Research Agenda
Nicolas Prongué, Fabio Ricci, René Schneider (Haute école de gestion de Genève, Switzerland) and René Schurte (Zentralbibliothek Zürich, Switzerland). Art and Design as Linked Data: The LODZ Project (Linked Open Data Zurich)

Parallel sessions

13:30-16:00
Aram Sinnreich and Patricia Aufderheide (American University, Washington, United States). Workshop on Fair Use in the Library and the Academy (Rectorate Building - Room 2.3.)
14:30-16:00
Accepted Papers (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Angela Maurer, Christian Schlögl and Stefan Dreisiebner (University of Graz, Austria). Comparing Information Literacy of Student Beginners among Different Branches of Study
Cathal Hoare and Humphrey Sorensen
(University College Cork, Ireland). On the Information Seeking Habits of Computer Science Students
Kornelija Petr Balog and Boris Badurina (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). Informed Citizens or Not? Implications for Academic Libraries
16:00-16:30
Coffee Break
16:30-17:30
Invited Speaker Lynn Silipigni Connaway (OCLC Research, United States). Integrating the Library in the Life of the User (Main Building - Aula Magna)
17:30-19:00
Digital Curation Projects and Research in Asia: Panel (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Christopher Khoo, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (Co-chair)
Songphan Choemprayong, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (Co-chair)
Hao-Ren Ke, Graduate Institute of Library & Information Studies, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Shu-Hsien Tseng, National Central Library, Taiwan
Shigeo Sugimoto, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Thant Thaw Kaung, Myanmar Book Centre Co., Myanmar
Kulthida Tuamsuk, Khon Kaen University, Thailand

THURSDAY, June 16

9:30-10:30
Invited Speaker Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić (Croatia). Education for Digital Libraries: European Perspective (Main Building - Aula Magna)
10:30-11:00
Coffee Break

Parallel sessions

11:00-14:30
Diane Sonnenwald (University College Dublin, Ireland), Christian Schlögel (University of Graz, Austria) and Lynn Connaway (OCLC Research, United States). Teaching and Learning Collaboration Skills and Strategies: Workshop (Main Building - Aula Magna)
11:00-14:00
Accepted Demonstrations (Rectorate Building - Room 2.3.)
Vlatka Ivić and Tomislav Jakopec (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). FFOS Test Your Knowledge: Using Mobile Application in Foreign Language Learning
Jelena Bolkovac and Tamara Krajna (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb, Croatia). Open Source Digital Repositoriy Platform Implementation in and Academic library
Monguz Ltd. (Hungary). A Unique System for DoD1 and Online Services: QULTO-DigiCollection
15:00-16:30
Student Show Case (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Iva Magušić - Dumančić, Milan Balać and Mia Kuzmić (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). Hacker Culture, Libraries and Intellectual Freedom: Analysis of Hacker and Hacktivist Scene in Croatia and its Collaboration with Croatian Libraries.
Jakov M. Vežić (Department of Information Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia). Algorithmic approach to contemporary bibliography generation.
Stipe Turčinov (Department of Information Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia). Bibliographic Description and Subject Indexing of Video Games in Croatian Catalogs.
Ivana Turk (City and University Library of Osijek, Croatia). Information Horizons of Croatian Professionals.
Hanna Bush (University College Dublin, Ireland). Momentary Spark and Flame: A Personal Policy for the Digital Preservation of Fireworks.
16:30-17:00
Coffee Break
17:00-18:30
Guest of Honor's Talk: Tefko Saracevic (Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University, US) (Main Building - Aula Magna)
18:30-20:00
Festschrift in Honour of Professor Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić (Main Building - Aula Magna)
20:30
Social Event

FRIDAY, June 17

Parallel sessions

9:00-11:30
PhD Forum (Rectorate Building - Room 2.3.)
Stefan Dreisiebner (University of Graz, Austria). Evaluation of Information Literacy of Students in Business Administration Using a Qualitative Approach.
Anna Neovesky (Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz, Germany). Evaluation of Retrieval Systems in the Humanities: Towards a Relevance Ranking in Humanities Databases and Research Applications.
Marton Nemeth (Monguz Ltd; University of Debrecen, Hungary). Semantic Web Developments in Hungarian Public Collections in an International Perspective.
Stephanie Mikitish (Rutgers University, United States). Information Engagement Typologies of Social Science Doctoral Students.
Vanessa Kitzie (Rutgers University, United States). "I Wish There was a Handbook You Get Because It's Hard to Know Where to Look": Examining the Information Practices of LGBTQ+ Individuals.
Edouard Laroche - Joubert (Geriico Lab, University of Lille 3, France). From Virtual Spaces to Physical Spaces: What Digital Offers to Libraries.
9:30-11:30
Accepted Papers (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Mirko Duić (Department of Information Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia). How to Build Better Participative Digital Libraries and Their User Communities – Insights from the User Study of the Facebook Heritage Group "Zagreb kakav je bio nekada" (Zagreb as it Used to Be)
Tihomir Živić (Department of Cultural Studies, University of Osijek, Croatia), Marina Vinaj (Museum of Slavonia, Osijek, Croatia) and Dina Koprolčec (Conservation Department, Osijek, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, Croatia). Digitalization of Older Croatian Dictionaries: A Possible Substratum for Terminological Neologisms
Roman Graf, Sergiu Gordea (Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria), Heather Ryan (University of Denver, United States) and Tibaut Houzanme (Indiana Archives and Records Administration, United States). A Decision Support System to Facilitate File Format Selection
11:30-12:00
Closing of LIDA 2016 and Introducing LIDA 2018 (Main Building - Aula Magna)