OCLC EMEA Regional Council Meeting
'Libraries at the Crossroads: Resolving Identities'
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The EMEA Regional Council Meeting 2017 is taking place in Berlin, Germany on 21 to 22 February 2017. The theme of the meeting is 'Libraries at the Crossroads: Resolving Identities.'
The event is open to libraries, museums and archives across Europe, Middle East and Africa. It is targeted at decision-makers in our member institutions who are challenging themselves to think beyond their current audience. This OCLC EMEA Regional Council Meeting is an opportunity for innovative libraries to showcase how they have committed to transforming their identity in the eyes of their community.
Overview: EMEA Regional Council Conference 2017
For the eighth edition of our EMEA Regional Council Meeting, we are inviting you to Germany, where we have the biggest number of OCLC members in the region. The meeting in Berlin is an opportunity and a chance for OCLC members and other delegates across the EMEA region to get to know each other and network. By joining us and participating in the various plenary and breakout sessions, member libraries from around the region are able to explore the trends that are shaping the future of libraries. The programme will not only be composed of inspiring keynote sessions, but also a large number of OCLC member library sessions. By sharing our own experiences, we will advance further together.
The OCLC EMEA Regional Council hopes that you will be able to join us in Berlin!
Cendrella Habre, Chair, OCLC EMEA Regional Council
Photos: EMEA Regional Council Conference 2017
A selection of photos from the event are now available for you to view.
Presentations: EMEA Regional Council Conference 2017
Plenary Session 2
Deep Learning with Deep Responsibilities - Dr. Annette Demmel, Partner at Squire Patton Boggs and Certified Lawyer; Julie Presas, General Counsel and Vice President of legal Services, Secretary, OCLC
Libraries and the Big Data Revolution - Constance Malpas, Research Scientist and Strategic Intelligence Manager, OCLC
Plenary Session 3
Our Year in Review - Eric van Lubeek, Vice President, Managing Director, OCLC EMEA and APAC
Spotlight on OCLC Products and Services - Mary Sauer-Games, Vice President, Product Management, OCLC
OCLC Membership - Peter Sidorko, President of OCLC Global Council and University Librarian, The University of Hong Kong Libraries
Plenary Session 4
Conversations at the Crossroads - David Lee King, Digital Services Director, Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library
A. Regional and National Infrastructure in a Global Metadata Universe - Axel Kaschte, OCLC; Simone Kortekaas, Wageningen University and Research Library; David Whitehair, OCLC.
B. Tackling Our Print Legacy
Collaborative Management of Print Journals at a National Level, For Whom and For What Purposes? - Jean-Louis Baraggioli, CTLES
Tacking Our Print Legacy - Diane Bruxvoort, University of Aberdeen
Managing Our Print Legacy - Constance Malpas, OCLC Research
C. "The Times Are A-Changin'"
Which Professional Skills are Necessary for a Public Library in the Future? - Dr. Jan-Pieter Barbian, Stadtbibliothek Duisburg
"The Times Are A-Changin'" - Cornelia Vonhof, Stuttgart Media University
D. Evolving Practices in Research Information Management - Rebecca Bryant, OCLC; Mijke Jetten, Radboud University
E. The Institution Identity - Provisioning Our Data for Greater Impact
swissbib goes Linked Data - Günter Hipler and Silvia Witzig, University Library of Basel
Data Provision and the SBB-SPK - Reinhard Altenhöner, State Library Berlin/Prussian Heritage
F. How 'Different' Can Your Library Be When Moving to a Cloud-Based Library Services Platform?
One WMS, Five Libraries - Judtih Gulpers and Eugenie van den Hoven, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Machine Learning and Big Data - Scott Livingston, OCLC
First Library in the Middle East to Adopt WMS - Véronique Lecat, American University of Sharjah
G. Academic Library Transformation (Part 1)
Crafting Identity, Meeting Trends - Jyldyz Bekbalaeva, American University of Central Asia
From Support Service to Co-Creator: Transforming the Identity of Library Services at King's College London - Kate Price, King's College London
Redefining the Role and Function of Academic Libraries in the Digital Age - Silke Glitsch and Kerstin Helmkamp, Göttingen State and University Library
Identity of a Brand New Library - J.K. Vijayakumar, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
H. Trading Place and Changing Spaces
The Transformation of the Groninger Libraries - Arend Middelveld and Jacqueline Roelofs, Biblionet Groningen
Library Spaces of the 21st Century - Ronald Huizer, BiSC Utrecht
Changing Perspectives. Business Models for Libraries - Volker Heller, Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin (ZLB)
I. Libraries, Culture and Identity
Building Bridges Between 'Typically Limburgian' and 'Limburg does not exist' - Barbara Beckers, Centre for the Social History of Limburg
What Impact Does an "Art Initiative" has on the Identity of an Economic Schools Library? - Marie-Louise Fendin, Stockholm School of Economics
Information Seeking and/or Identity Seeking Libraries as Sources of Cultural Identity - Szabolcs Dancs, National Széchényi Library of Hungary
Visualizing the Self-Published Author - Ylva Sommerland, National Library of Sweden
J. Resolving the Identities of Entities and Linking Them via Semantic Indexing
Relations matter: Maintaining and Publishing Links in Library Metadata - Lars Svensson, Deutsche Nationalbibliothek
Resolving Identities of Entities and their Attributes - Marta Cichoń, National Library of Poland
Linking Entities via Semantic Indexing - Rob Koopman and Shenghui Wang, OCLC Research
K. Improving User Experience and the Opportunities for Engagement
Improving User Experience and the Opportunities for Engagement - Cathy King, OCLC
Improving User Experience by Personalisation - Marc Loman, Wageningen University and Research Library
Library Services - Improving User Experience and the Opportunities for Engagement - José Luis Menéndez and Maria de la Peña, Instituto de Empresa
L. Academic Library Transformation (Part 2)
From the Citadel of Learning to the Heart of the University - Catherine Walsh, University of Essex
SMART Library - Lars Binau, Technical University of Denmark
M. Building Your Brand Identity - Sytske Schoenmakers, Hollands Handelen
N. Case Studies in Capacity Acquisition - Constance Malpas, OCLC Research
P. Collaborative Library Platforms for Discovery, Sharing and Impact
Paradigm Shift: From Collection to Connection - Inge Heslinga and Hans Laagland, Tresoar
NDU Libraries and WorldShare® ILL - Leslie Alter Hage, Notre Dame University-Louaize
biblio.pera - Tuba Akbaytürk, Koç Unviersity
Q. Public Library Innovation
Transformative Library - Henrik Secher Nielsen, Randers Public Library
Automation and Open Library - Michael Studt, Hamburg Public Library
R. Meeting New Needs within Scholarly Communities: Evovling Librarian's Roles and Responsibilities
Academic Librarians' Experiences with Research Data Management Programs - Ixchel M. Faniel, OCLC Research
S. Balancing Services and Data Security, APIs and Interoperability
Balancing Service and Data Security - Carmen Hüning, Fachhochschule Münster
WorldShare - APIs and Integration - Chris Négrel, OCLC
Integration between a Local ILL System and OCLC WorldShare ILL - Henrik Haagensen and Bjørn Rohde Jensen, Danish Royal Library - Aarhus
21 February 2017
22 February 2017
There will be a cost for attending the Meeting. For more information, please visit the Conference Fees page.
Registration for the OCLC EMEA Regional Council Annual Conference has now closed.
Tuesday 21 February 2017
- Conference Day One
- Conference Dinner
Wednesday 22 February 2017
- Conference Day Two
Thursday 23 February 2017
- Product Day (limited spaces)