EMEA Regional Council Annual Meeting
Dynamic Data: A World of Possibilities
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On 26 and 27 February 2013 OCLC's Europe, Middle East and Africa Regional Council (EMEARC) held its Member Meeting in the Palais des Congrès, Strasbourg, France.
This was EMEARC's fourth Member Meeting, the first three having been held in the Netherlands, Germany, and most recently in the United Kingdom. Year on year, each has attracted more and more participants from throughout the Region, who come together to hear about and discuss cutting edge developments and technology, relevant to library services.
Video recordings from this event:
What we learned from 5 million books (Ted.com)
Jean-Baptiste Michel, Fellow, Harvard University – Keynote at EMEA Regional Council 2013. Video from his talk at TEDx Boston in July 2011, which was also the subject of his keynote at EMEA Regional Council Meeting 2013. Unfortunately we are not able to share his keynote from EMEARC 2013.
Leveraging WorldCat: Data Mining the Largest Library Database in the World
Roy Tennant, Senior Program Officer, OCLC
Sharing Data Nationally and Internationally – the strategy of the Swiss National Library
Marie-Christine Doffey, Director, Schweizerische Nationalbibliothek
Metadata out of control: network-level metadata aggregations
Titia van der Werf, OCLC Office of Research
OCLC WorldShare Update
Jay Jordan, President and Chief Executive Officer, OCLC
EMEA Models for Cooperation
Eric van Lubeek, Managing Director, OCLC EMEA
How Academic Libraries will move to the cloud
Raymond Bérard, EMEA Regional Council Jean Bernon, ABES
Linking Data in the enterprise: the road to the Olympics 2012
Silver Oliver, Information Architect, Ontoba, UK
Culturegraph Project v2
Markus Geipel, Deutsche Nationalbibliothek
Linked Data and OCLC
Richard Wallis, OCLC Technology Evangelist
Augmented Reality, Location Based Services and More: Innovative use Scenarios for Library Content
Dr Klaus Ceynowa, Deputy Director, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek
26 February 2013
27 February 2013