Global Policies, Imperatives and Solutions for the Efficient Print Resources
Management and Access to Less Used Documents
9.-10.8.2012 Kuopio Finland
19.00 - 22.00
Welcome party at the University of
Bus leaves from hotels at 18.45.
8.30 - Registration at conference venue
9.30 – 11.30
Opening session, moderator: Pentti Vattulainen
O'Connor, Director, Information Exponentials, Australia:
Content, marketing and the
ownership of our intellectual futures.
Invited speaker: Ari Muhonen, Director, Viikki Campus Library, University
of Helsinki: Life Cycle of a Book.
Jarmo Saarti, Director, University of Eastern Finland Library & Pentti
Vattulainen: Management of and Access to Print Collections in National and
Repository Libraries in Europe.
12.30 – 14.30 Session1: Repository libraries, moderator: Joseph Hafner,
Chair, Acquisition and Collection Development Section
Invited speaker, Bernard
F. Reilly, President, Center for Research Libraries, Chicago, USA: The Future
of Cooperative Collections and Repositories: a Case Study of the CRL.
Cathie Jilovsky, Chief information officer, Caval Ltd, Australia: The CARM2
Print Repository: From Planning to operations.
Jean-Louis Baraggioli, Director, CTLes & Bernadette Patte,
Deputy Director, CTLes, Paris, France: The CTLes - an example of stewardship and
service leading the way in collection mutualisation.
15.00 - 17.00
Session 2: Preserving print serials, moderator: Wilma Mossink, Serials
and Other Continuing Resources Section
Manager, United Kingdom Research Reserve, London, UK: UKRR - A Sustainable Model from
Print to E-collection?
Helen Renwick, Associate University Librarian, The University of
Auckland Library, New Zealand: Preserving print collections: The New Zealand
university libraries and collaborative storage
Agnieszka Wolanska, Wroclaw University Library of Technology, Poland: Central
managing of serials collection in Wroclaw University of Technology as a factor of
effectiveness in delivering resources for users,
Julia Gelfand, Applied Sciences and Engineering Librarian, University of
California, Irvine & Anthony Lin,Head of Reference and Technical
Services, Irvine Valley College Library, USA : Grey Literature: Format Agnostic Yet
Gaining Recognition in the Library Collection.
Alahovi Berry Farm
Boat leaves from the harbour at18.00. Return at 22.00 by bus.
12.00 Session 3: Digital issues: providing better access to print, moderator Regine
Schmolling, secretary, Acquisition and Collection Development Section
Speaker: Raymond Bèrard, Directeur, ABES,
France: Library catalogues, the web and next generation library systems; providing
better access to print and digital throug globalization
Gillian M. McCombs, Dean and director of the Central University Libraries at
Sothern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, USA: The Use of Digital Strategies to
Manage print Collections More Efficiently, and Provide Global Access to Less-Used Research
Collections: A Case Study at a Small U.S. Research University.
Barbara Chmielewska & Agnieszka Wrobel, Library of Warsaw University,
Poland: Providing access to historical collections through digitization.
Svetlana Tretyakova, National Library of Karelia, Russia: Creation of open
electronic libraries as a way to manage library collections.
Sha Li Zhang, Assistant Dean for Collections and Technical Services, University
of Carolina, Greensboro, USA: Implementing patron-driven acquisition model: a progress
12.00 - 12.30
13.00 - 15.00
Workshop on agenda for future actions
13.00 - 15.30
sightseeing tour including visit to the National Repository Library
Friday evening or Saturday morning: travel to Helsinki