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Full text: Bibliotheksdienst (Rights reserved) Issue 42.2008 (Rights reserved)

Programme 600 Bibliotheksdienst 42. Jg. (2008), H. 5 • OAI Object Reuse and Exchange (OAI-ORE) • Libraries in Second Life • Change management • Open Access • Research data • Institutional repositories • The library’s educational role • Information literacy • Librarian faculty and teaching faculty collaboration • Physical learning spaces • Practical training in the DRIVER environment Course director is Silvia Van Peteghem, chief librarian at Ghent University. Top speakers will present their views. Below is just a small selection. • Stephen Abram, Vice President Innovation, SirsiDynix, was listed by Library Journal as one of their first „Movers and Shakers“ • Marshall Breeding, Director for Innovative Technologies and Research at Van- derbilt University, is creator and editor of the Library Technology Guides • Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard is Director of Development at the Aarhus State and University Library in Denmark, where the Summa integrated search inter- face is being developed • Barbara Galik is Executive Director at Bradley University, US and involved in many educational activities in Second Life • Wendy P. Lougee, University librarian and McKnight Presidential Professor at the University of Minnesota, has engaged her library in significant assess- ments of scholarly behaviour • Roswitha Poll is an internationally acknowledged expert in the field of per- formance and outcome measures • David Prosser, as Director of SPARC Europe, is much sought-after speaker on Open Access • Christina Tovoté, Pedagogical Developer at Stockholm University Library, is responsible for the integration of information literacy in university courses • Jan Wilkinson, University Librarian and Director at The University of Manches- ter, has chaired very successful change management courses at Ticer before • Alex Wright is Writer and Information Architect and authored “Glut: Mastering Information Through the Ages” To guarantee a highly interactive programme, the number of participants is lim- ited, lectures contain an interactive component, and two modules offer hands-on sessions in a computer room. The course is recommended by JISC, DEFF – Den- mark’s Electronic Research Library, CBU/KUB – the conference of university librar-
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