Program

WEDNESDAY, June 13

8:30-9:30
Registration
9:30-9:45
Opening of LIDA 2018 (Main Building – Aula Magna)
Ivanka Stričević, Vice-Rector, University of Zadar, Dean Jonathan Potter, Rutgers University, School of Communication & Information, Ross Todd, Chair, Department of Library and Information Science (LIS), & Marie Radford, Professor, LIS.
9:45-10:45
Invited Speaker Nicole A. Cooke (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States). Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Centering Social Justice in LIS Practice (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Ross Todd
10:45-11:15
Get Together Coffee

Parallel sessions

11:15-12:15
(Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Rebecca Reynolds

Theodora Balmon (University of Corse - Pascal Paoli, France). The Renewed Role Of Libraries in a Disenchanted Laïcité, Abstract

Ragnar A. Audunson (Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway), Andreas Vårheim and Roswitha Skare (UIT The Arctic University, Norway), Sunniva Evjen and Svanhild Aabø (Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway), Henrik Jochumsen and Casper H. Rasmussen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) and Kerstin Rydbeck (Uppsala University, Sweden). Libraries as Public Sphere Infrastructure in the Digital Age: A Review of Research, Abstract

Zinaida Manžuch and Elena Maceviciute (Vilnius University, Lithuania). Back to the Future: The Roles of Public Libraries in Diminishing Digital Divide in Scenarios by 2023, Abstract
11:15-12:15
(Rectorate Building - Room 2.3)
Moderator: Gordana Gašo

Jennifer Zhao (McGill University, Canada). Understanding and Developing Services for International Students: A Workshop, Abstract

12:15-13:15
Lunch

Parallel sessions

13:15-14:30
(Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Diana Floegel

Emily Drabinski (Long Island University, Brooklyn, United States), Anne-Marie Deitering (Oregon State University Libraries and Press, United States), Heidi L. M. Jacobs (University of Windsor, Canada) and Peter Bailey (St. Albert Public Library, Canada). Toward a Critical Optimism: Enacting Access, Diversity, Inclusion, and Democracy in Difficult Times: Panel, Abstract

13:15-14:30
(Rectorate Building – Room 2.3)
Moderator: Nikolina Peša Pavlović

Kelly Mcelroy (Oregon State University, United States). Beyond Fake News: Facilitated Conversation as a Path to Building Community Information Literacy: Workshop, Abstract

14:30-15:00
Coffee Break

Parallel sessions

15:00-16:00
(Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Carol Gordon

Mario Hibert (Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina). Towards a Tactical Librarianship, Abstract

Marie Radford (Rutgers University, United States), Lynn Connaway (OCLC, Unites States), Vanessa Kitzie (University of South Carolina, United States), Stephanie Mikitish and Diana Floegel (Rutgers University, United States). Investigating and Mitigating Microaggressions to Support Inclusive Information Services

Dan Albertson (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, United States). Digital Social Services: From Data Aggregation to Culturally Competent Content, Abstract

15:00-16:00
(Rectorate Building – Room 2.3)
Moderator: Sanja Bunić

Snježana Berak and Kristina Čunović (Croatian Reading Association, Croatia). Croatian Prison Reading Program for Prisoners and Their Children, Abstract

Alison Brown, Vivian Howard and Jennifer Grek Martin (Dalhousie University, Canada). Portrait of the Incarcerated Woman as a Reading Mother: Revealing the Perceived Outcomes of a Shared Reading Program, Abstract

Miguel Rivera Donoso (DIBAM Dirección de Bibliotecas, Archivos y Museos de Chile). Digital Literacy and Access to Information in Chilean Prison Libraries, Abstract

16:15-17:30
Poster session with cheese and wine (Main Building – Aula Magna)
Moderator: Ross Todd

  1. Jure Žilić and Anita Papić (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). E-Citizen: Perceptions and Experiences of Modern Citizenry in Croatia, Abstract
  2. Ana Leh, Dajana Stojanović and Anita Papić (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). Instructional Design Models for Diversity, Inclusivity and Flexibility, Abstract
  3. Marijana Pavić (Library of Elementary School Stjepana Radica Bibinje, Croatia) and Drahomira Cupar (Department of Information Sciences, University of Zadar, Croatia). Subject Access in School Library OPAC: What do Children Think About It?, Abstract
  4. Edith Beckett (New Jersey State Library, United States). Fostering Multicultural Library Programming, Abstract
  5. Josipa Ljubić, Nina Cvitkovic Done and Daria Maric (University of Zadar, Croatia). Do Public Persons and Organizations Know the New Meaning of Hashtag?, Abstract
  6. Tobias Siebenlist and Agnes Mainka (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf Germany). Empowerment of Citizens to Become Smart Citizens, Abstract
  7. Lucija Žilić (University of Zadar, Croatia). Digital Skills of Young People and Active Participation in Society, Abstract
  8. Niamh Lyons and Humphrey Sorensen (University College Cork, Ireland). Mobile Application to Facilitate Quick and Efficient Charity Donations in Local Communities, Abstract
  9. Lucija Kraljev and Antonija Grgeč (University of Zadar, Croatia). Tagging in Online News Articles, Abstract
  10. Tomislava Žilić, Jure Žilić and Sanjica Faletar Tanacković (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). Public Libraries Are for All?: The Study of Perception and (non) Use of Public Libraries by Working Class Adults in the City of Osijek, Abstract
  11. Tomislava Žilić and Ivana Svalina (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). How Diverse Is LIDA?, Abstract
  12. Endrina Eskić and Ivana Ćosić (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). The Opinion of ihe Information Science Students of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek on Introducing the Picture Book "My Rainbow Family" in Libraries, Abstract
  13. Zrinka Džoić (University Library, University of Zadar, Croatia). Queer Literature in Public Libraries, Abstract
  14. Sharmila Ghosh (Consultant, Digital Libraries & Information Services, India) Creating information awareness on LIVING concepts in the twilight years – a study of senior living communities in India, Abstract
17:45-19:45

Guided City Tour

THURSDAY, June 14

09:00-10:00
(Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Marie L. Radford

Invited Speaker Toni Samek (University of Alberta, Canada). Definition of Risk: A Situation Involving Exposure to Danger
10:00-10:30
Coffee Break

Parallel sessions

10:30-11:30
(Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Mario Hibert

Sheila Corrall (University of Pittsburgh, United States).Data Literacy as a Human Right: Roles and Responsibilities of Libraries as Datamediaries, Abstract

Alison Hicks (University College London, United Kingdom). Building Intercultural Teachers: Designing Information Literacy Instruction Opportunities for Increasingly International Populations, Abstract

J. Elizabeth Mills (University of Washington, United States), Kathleen Campana (Kent State University, United States) and Michelle H. Martin (University of Washington, United States). An Ecological Model of Outreach: Examining Library Programs, Services, and Partnerships Using Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Model, Abstract

10:30-11:30
(Rectorate Building - Room 2.3)
Moderator: Cathal Hoare

Mia Mathiasson, Henrik Jochumsen and Casper Hvenegaard Rasmussen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark). Approaching a Textually Grounded Terminology for Discussing Public Library Activities in the Digital Age, Abstract

Amy Vanscoy (University at Buffalo, United States) and Kawanna Bright (University of Denver, United States). Challenges to Diversity and Inclusion for American Librarians of Color: Experiencing Uniqueness and Difference, Abstract

Vesna Crnogorac (Center for Integrity, Serbia). The Role of Public Libraries in Democratization of Society on the Example of Right to Free Access to Public Information, Abstract

11:30-12:00
(Main Building – Aula Magna)
Moderator: Diana Floegel

Davor Bračko (IZUM – Institute of Information Science, Slovenia). COBISS.net as a Regional Network of Research Information Systems and Library Information Systems, Abstract

Jacek Lewinson. De Gruyter - Truly Global Academic Publisher

Gaëlle Béquet (ISSN International Centre, France). portal.issn.org: The ISSN International Centre updates its services to Libraries and Publishers, Abstract

12:00-13:00
Lunch

Parallel sessions

13:00-14:00
(Main Building – Aula Magna)
Moderator: Mirko Duić

Renee Hobbs and Pam Steager (Media Education Lab, United States). Film, Media and Information Literacy Education in School, Public and Academic Libraries: Workshop, Abstract

13:00-14:00
(Rectorate Building – Room 2.3)
Moderator: Mirna Gilman

Sanja Bunić (Zagreb City Libraries, Croatia). Let’s Talk about the Challenges and Outcomes of Library Services to People Experiencing Homelessness!, Abstract

Annemaree Lloyd (School of Library and Information Science, Sweden). Rebuilding Fractured Landscapes, Abstract

Rasa Januseviciene, Dalia Balcytyte and Fausta Kepaliene (Lithuanian Library for the Blind, Lithuania). Story Box for Disabled Children Social Inclusion: A Case of Lithuanian Library for the Blind, Abstract

Parallel sessions

14:10-15:40
(Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Feđa Kulenović

Jeppe Nicolaisen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark). Collection Development for Diversity and Inclusion: The Long Tail Challenge, Abstract

Antonela Bokan (Archeological Museum Split, Croatia) and Ljiljana Poljak (University Library Split, Croatia). Social Inequality and the Public Library Management, Abstract

Carol Gordon (Gordon Consulting, United States) and Xiaofeng Li (Rutgers University, United States). Research Methods for Conducting School Library Causality Research, Abstract

Ana Dubnjakovic (University of South Carolina, United States). Climate Change Discussion among Friends and Locus of Control Relationship with Anxiety Discrepancy and Communication Efficacy Assessments, Abstract

14:10-15:40
(Rectorate Building - Room 2.3)
Moderator: Jannica Heinström

Kristina Berketa (University of Zadar, Croatia) and Madeleine Lundman (Linnaeus University, Sweden). The Land of Pirate Bay: Online Piracy Habits and Opinions of Swedish Students, Abstract

Jack Andersen and Sille Obelitz Søe (University of Copenhagen, Denmark). Communicative Actions We Live By, Abstract

Dina Tbaishat (University of Jordan, Jordan). Ensuring Access to Theses in the Arab Speaking World – University of Jordan Initiatives, Abstract

Nalado Mansur and Abubaka Abdulkareem (Kaduna State University, Nigeria). Challenges of Online Database Searching among Medical students of Kaduna State University, Nigeria, Abstract

 

15:40-16:00
Coffe Break
16:00-17:30
Student Showcase Session (Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Maja Krtalić

Ivona Grgić and Cvijetin Vidaković (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). Online Information Behavior of Older Adults: Pilot-Study from Osijek Retirement Home, Abstract

Emina Adilović, Dženana Aljević, Lejla Durmo and Amila Skopljak (Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina). The Library as a Civil-Public Partnership Model, Abstract

Vedrana Filić, Tena Vilček and Mateja Paradžik (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia). Public Library Space Assessment from Librarians and Patrons’ Perspective: The Case of the City and University Library in Osijek, Abstract

17:30-18:30
ASIST European/Asian Pacific chapter meeting (Main Building - Aula Magna)
20:00
Conference Dinner

FRIDAY, June 15

Parallel sessions

9:00-10:30
(Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Vanessa Kitzie

Nahyeon Kim, Nadia Caidi and Niel Chah (University of Toronto, Canada). Whose Korea?: Intercultural Encounters Mediated Through YouTube Videos, Abstract

Amelia Gibson (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States). “Can I Ask That?”: Respectability and Geographies of Fear among Black and Latina Tween Information Seekers, Abstract

Maja Krtalic (School of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand). Personal Cultural Heritage Management of Croatian Expatriates in New Zealand, Abstract

Gillian Tasker (Palmerston North City Council, New Zealand) and Chern Li Liew (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand). “Telling My Stories”: Genealogists’ Engagement with Participatory Heritage Projects, Abstract

9:00-10:30
(Rectorate Building - Room 2.3.)
Moderator: Marijana Tomić

Mary Grace Flaherty (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States). Building a Community Library: Preliminary Case Report of the Kwakukopela Library, Lusangazi, Malawi, Abstract

Robert Congleton (Rider University, United States). Copyright, Education, Libraries, and Archives; a Comparison of the Copyright Laws of France, Croatia, Japan, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, Abstract

Rebecca Miller (BiblioDev, LLC, Germany). Supporting Social Justice in Afghanistan through Public Access to Official Documentation: The ACKU Legal Collection Project, Abstract

Davor Bračko (IZUM – Institute of information science, Slovenia). The COBISS System as a Foundation of Culture, Science and Education, Meeting the Needs of Librarians, Researchers and Readers, Abstract

10:30-11:00
Coffee Break

Parallel sessions

11:00-12:30
(Main Building – Aula Magna)
Moderator: Emily Drabinski

Jan Pisanski and Katarina Švab (Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. Slovenia). The Curious Case of Travel-Related Events in Public Libraries, Abstract

Mirko Duić and Laura Grzunov (University of Zadar, Croatia). Croatian bestsellers in public libraries: the most borrowed books study, Abstract

Mihela Pauman Budanović, Katarina Švab and Maja Žumer (Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia). The Gap Between Users and Cataloguers: Perception of Importance of Bibliographic Data for Required Reading and Leisure Reading, Abstract

Jasminka Maravić (Croatian Academic and Research Network – CARNet). OER as an Agent to Support Social Justice, Abstract

11:00-12:30
PhD Forum (Rectorate Building – Room 2.3)
Moderators: Mirna Willer and Lynn Connaway

Kirsten Schlebbe (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany). Exploring Young Children's Digital Information Behaviour, Abstract

Feđa Kulenovic (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina).Strategies of Apomediation in Complex Information Surounding, Abstract

Denis Kos (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia). Transdisciplinary Knowledge Organization: An Explorative Strategy to Map Perspectival Ambiguity, Abstract

12:30-13:30
Lunch

Parallel sessions

13:30-14:30
(Main Building - Aula Magna)
Moderator: Franjo Pehar

ILO Multiplier event
Panel: Information Literacy Online: Challenges and Perspectives

13:30-14:30
(Rectorate Building - Room 2.3.)
Moderator: Amy VanScoy

Vanessa Kitzie (University of South Carolina, United States). Examining the Information Practices of LGBTQ+ Individuals: Evidence-based Implications for Libraries, Abstract

Neslihan Er-Kocoglu (Ankara University, Turkey).Everyday Life Information Needs and Information Behavior of LGBTIQ People, Abstract

Petra Dolanjski and Irena Bekić (Zagreb City Libraries, Croatia). Uncertain Interventions: LGBTIQ Users in Public Libraries as an Example of Collaboration between Critical Librarianship and Contemporary Art, Abstract

14:30-15:00
ILO Coffee Break
15:00-15:30

Closing of LIDA 2018

SATURDAY, June 16