Library 2.015 am 20. Oktober

Seit einigen Jahren bietet die internationale Ning-Community bibliothekarische Onlinekonferenzen und so auch dieses Jahr mit der Library 2.015 am 20. und 21. Oktober. Themen:

Strand 1: Digital Services, Preservation, Curation, and Access

Strand Tag: 2.015Data

Example topics (but not limited to the following)

  • Building sustainable digital collections
  • Challenges and examples of data curation
  • Creating ontologies and metadata schemes
  • Digital Humanities
  • New forms of scholarly publishing
  • Organizing and managing electronic records including reliability and authenticity issues

Strand 2: Emerging Technologies and Trends

Strand Tag: 2.015Trend

Example topics (but not limited to the following)

  • 3-D Printing
  • Internet of things, smart objects, and wearable technologies
  • E-books and e-book devices
  • Mobile access to services
  • New forms of delivery and emerging models of literacies such as game-based learning
  • MOOCS

Strand 3: The User Experience

Strand Tag: 2.015UX

Example topics (but not limited to the following)

  • Social networking trends and implications
  • Usability techniques and website improvements
  • Effective techniques for instructing users in the retrieval and evaluation of information
  • The relationship between design thinking and the user experience and interaction
  • Reaching out to diverse communities
  • Innovative delivery techniques in storytelling

Strand 4: Management of Libraries and Information Centers in the 21st Century

Strand Tag: 2.015Leader

Example topics (but not limited to the following)

  • Advocacy and building influence
  • Analytics (reporting value to organizational stakeholders)
  • Grant writing
  • Green libraries
  • Managing people
  • Funding models
  • Marketing/PR
  • Outsourcing/privatization

Hier ist der Zeitplan. Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos.

6. Potsdamer I-Science Tag

Das Programm des 6. Potsdamer I-Science Tags zum Thema „Zukunft der Informationsinfrastruktur“ ist online, die Registrierung ist nun möglich. Interessant könnten sein:

  • Vernetzung und nutzergenerierter Content in der Wissenschaft – Isabella Peters (ZBW Kiel)
  • Herausforderungen für die Archive in der Informationsgesellschaft – Gerald Maier (Landesarchiv Baden-Württemberg)