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OPEN ACCESS: ACTION REQUIRED

Satellite Meeting to IFLA World Library and Information Congress

83

rd

IFLA General Conference and Assembly

Serials and Other Continuing Resources & Acquisition and Collection Development Sections

(European Solidarity Center (ESC), Gdansk (Poland)

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON (AUGUST 16, 2017)

OPENING INTRODUCTION AND GREETINGS

SESSION INTRODUCTION

INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES AND OPEN ACCESS

Long-term Accessibility and Re-use of Intuitional Repository Contents of Some Selected Academic Institutions in Nigeria

Ezra Shiloba Gbaje, Federal University Lokoja, Kogi State Nigeria

Open Access – Increasing engagement with academics to move beyond compliance

Dawn Hibbert, University of Northampton, UK

Polish Digital Libraries Federation as an Example of Country-Scale Open Access Infrastructure

Marcin Werla, Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center (Poznań, Poland)

NETWORKING BREAK

Gray literature in Institutional Repositories: taking the world top 100 universities as example

Hiroyuki Tsunoda, Tsurumi University, Yokohama, Japan

Yuan Sun, National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan

Masaki Nishizawa, National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan

Xiaomin Liu, National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China

The Darakht-e Danesh Library: Taking Action for Afghan Educators through an Open Access Repository

Rebecca Miller, BiblioDev, LLC, Germany and Afghanistan

Letha Goger, Darakht-e Danesh Library, Germany and Afghanistan

DISCUSSION SESSION

DINNER

THURSDAY MORNING (AUGUST 17, 2017)

ANNOUNCEMENTS AND SESSION INTRODUCTION

LIBRARY APPROACHES TO DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF OPEN ACCESS

National Library and Archives of Iran (NLAI) and open access: NLAI’s Mobile App

Saeedeh Akbari-Daryan, National Library and Archives of Iran 

Mohammad Hossein Vaghefzadeh, National Library and Archives of Iran

Elnaz Moradi, National Library and Archives of Iran

OA Resources: Using modern technology for increasing users’ accessibility and satisfaction in National Library of Iran

Somayeh Hashemi, National Library and Archives of Iran

Hamideh MemariHanji, National Library and Archives of Iran

NETWORKING BREAK

Librarians Promotional Strategies to Enhancing Faculty Discovery and Access to Open Access Resources in Nigerian Universities

Chinwe Anunobi, Federal University of Technology Owerri Nigeria

Rebacca Ape, Federal University Lafia Nigeria

Open access and digital preservation strategies in Technical University Libraries of India

Sanghamitra Dalbehera, Institute of Technical Education & Research, S.O.A. University, Bhubaneswar, India

Keeping Open Access Content: A Framework for Multi-Agency Actions

Peter Burnhill, Information Services Group, University of Edinburgh

Gaelle Bequet, ISSN International Centre, France

DISCUSSION SESSION

NETWORKING BREAK (LUNCH)

THURSDAY AFTERNOON (AUGUST 17, 2017)

SESSION INTRODUCTION

ORGANIZING LIBRARY OPERATIONS FOR OPEN ACCESS

Investing in Open Access: Identifying, Evaluating, and Supporting Open Access Resources

Katy Mathuews, Ohio University Libraries, USA

Janet Hulm, Ohio University Libraries, USA

Lisa MacKinder, Ohio University Libraries, USA

Taking Stock: Organizing OA Operations Based on Existing Researcher Practices

Andrea Wirth, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA

The Bridge of Knowledge – defining and implementing national Open Access policy by Polish universities. Gdańsk University of Technology perspective

Anna Wałek, Gdańsk University of Technology Library, Poland

Magdalena Szuflita-Żurawska, Gdańsk University of Technology Library, Poland

Open Access Marketing at the University of Malta: A case study of how the University of Malta Library set up The Open Science Department to help market and promote the Open Access institutional repository – OAR@UoM

Ryan Scicluna, University of Malta Library, Malta

DISCUSSION SESSION

NETWORKING BREAK (AFTERNOON BREAK)

SESSION INTRODUCTION

INTERESTING DEVELOPMENTS TO WATCH

Should Diamond OA be viewed as a threat to librarians?


Olivier, Ramare, Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille : CNRS-Université d'Aix-Marseille, France

Anna Wojciechowska, Institut de Mathématiques de Marseille : CNRS-Université d'Aix-Marseille


Sci-Hub and LibGen: what if… why not?

Louis Houle, McGill University, Canada

DISCUSSION,

WRAP UP AND MOVING FORWARD (MEETING CLOSE)



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