Programme

ICOLC 2013 European meeting,

13 – 16 October 2013, Vilnius, Lithuania

FINAL PROGRAMME

Sunday 13 October
Vilnius University Library (Universiteto Street 3)
18.30 – 21.00Welcome Reception and early registration

 

Monday 14 October
Vilnius University Library – Scholarly Communication and Information Centre (Saulėtekio Ave. 5)
08.30 – 09.00Registration
09.00 – 09.30Welcome (Emilija Banionytė and Irena Krivienė)
09.30 – 10.00Update Battlefield Survey (Tom Sanville)
10.00 – 10.30Update ACS (Hildegard Schäffler and others)
10.30 – 11.00Coffee/Tea Break
11.00 – 12.00News from the battlefield: country reports (Nol Verhagen and others)
5-10 minutes each
12.00 – 13.00Grill AIP (Kathy Perry)
13.00 – 14.00Lunch
14.00 – 14.30Presentation of CHORUS project (Kathy Perry)
14.30 – 16.00Tools and Strategies (Irina Razumova)

  • Tools for Evaluation & Negotiation Strategies (Lisa Lovén, Bibsam, Sweden)
  • Strategy to improve access to research information and reduce costs (Sandrine Malotaux, Couperin, France)
  • Knowledge Base + and the Global Open Knowledgebase (Liam Earney, JISC Collections, UK)
  • Discovery Tools Benchmarking (Teresa Costa, FCCN, Portugal)
  • Questions and Answers/Discussion

 

16.00 – 16.30  Coffee/Tea Break
16.30 – 18.00Licensing issues and trends (Kjell Tjensvoll)

  • Geeting the most out of OUR metadata (Benjamin Bober, ABES, France)
  • Licensing Text and Data mining (Wilma Mossink, JISC Collections, UK)
  • Banding schemes for Licensing E-resources (Hildegard Schäffler, Bavaria)
  • Update ICOLC Licensing taskforce (Wilma Mossink, JISC Collections, UK)
  • Questions and Answers/Discussion

 

Tuesday 15 October
Vilnius University Library – Scholarly Communication and Information Centre (Saulėtekio Ave. 5)
8.30 – 11.30Sustainable Open Access (Wilma Mossink)

  • Relevance of OA for library licensing (Tina Planck and Kai Karin Geschuhn, Max Planck Digital Library, Germany)
  • Couperin projects on open access (André Dazy, Couperin, France)
  • JISC Open Access APC’s Platform and new business models for sustainable OA (Lorraine Estelle, JISC Collections, UK)
  • Hybrid OA: APC’s versus subscription fees (Nol Verhagen, SURF/UKB, Netherlands)
  • The Tipping Point? What kind of Open Access do we want? (Nol Verhagen, SURF/UKB, Netherlands)
  • 10.30 – 11.00 Coffee/Tea Break
  • Questions and Answers/Discussion
11.30 – 13.00Elsevier’s view on the future of Scholarly Publishing (Nol Verhagen)
13.00 – 14.00
Lunch
14.00 – 15.00Better understanding PeerJ (Nol Verhagen)
15.00 – 15.30Coffee/Tea break
15.30 – 17.00National Programmes and Projects  (Teresa Costa)

  • Electronic Information Resources Program in Hungary (Zoltán Páll, EIS, Hungary)
  • Russian Archival Purchase Project (Irina Razumova, NEICON, Russia)
  • A national program in Czech Republic, observations by a foreign expert (Nol Verhagen, SURF/UKB, Netherlands)
  • EU funding for e-resources acquisition in Lithuania (Emilija Banionyte, LMBA, Lithuania)
  • Questions and Answers/Discussion

 

Wednesday 16 October
Vilnius University Library (Universiteto Street 3)
8.30 – 10.00About E-books (Michele Newberry)

  • FinElib e-books projects (Arja Tuuliniemi, FinElib, Finland)
  • Ebooks consortia pilot project (Lorraine Estelle, JISC Collections, UK)
  • French Ebooks market (Sebastien Respingue-Perrin, Thomas Jouneau, Couperin, France)
  • Acquisition of eBooks direct from publishers by competitive tender (Scottish HE Library Consortium, max. €1.5M annual spend) (Richard Parsons, SHEDL, Scottland)
  • Questions and Answers/Discussion

 

10.00 – 10.30Coffee/Tea Break
10.30 – 11.30Consortia News (Emilija Banionytė)

  • News from SELL (Sandrine Malotaux, Couperin, France)
  • Consortia in Latin America (Stephen Marvin, researcher /trainer for library consortia, US
  • Questions and Answers/Discussion

 

11.30 – 12.00Closing remarks, next ICOLC, Farewell (Emilija Banionytė and Tom Sanville)
12.00 – 13.00Closing of the conference and Lunch

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