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Digital Libraries à la Carte ,Modular , International Digital Library Course,Tilb urg University, The Netherlands, 25-29 Au gust 2008

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"R. John Robertson" <[log in to unmask]>

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R. John Robertson

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Thu, 1 May 2008 16:16:34 +0100

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Forwarded on behalf of TICER/ Jola Prinsen:

This message is posted on several lists. My appologies for any 
duplication.
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Dear list members

I am happy to announce the 13th edition of our annual summer 
school on the digital library: 
www.tilburguniversity.nl/ticer/08carte/.

This year, the course is recommended by JISC, DEFF - Denmark's Electronic 
Research Library, CBU/KUB - the conference of university libraries in 
Switzerland, NFF - the Norwegian Association of Special Libraries, the DRIVER II 
project, and The Helsinki University Libraries.

Kind regards,

Jola Prinsen

----------------------------
Digital Libraries ŕ la Carte 
----------------------------

Modular, International Digital Library Course
Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 25-29 August 2008


Ticer's new, modular course for librarians and publishers 
"Digital Libraries ŕ la Carte" will be held at Tilburg 
University, The Netherlands, 25-29 August 2008. 

Modules
-------
From its 'menu' of seven one-day modules (some held in parallel 
on the same day), you can pick your choice: 
* Module 1: Strategic Developments and Library Management 
* Module 2: Technological Developments - Threats and 
  Opportunities 
* Module 3a: Hands-on - Library 2.0 
* Module 3b: Change - Making it Happen in Your Library 
* Module 4: Libraries - Partners in Research and Open Access 
* Module 5a: Libraries - Partners in Teaching and Learning 
* Module 5b: Put Yourself in the DRIVER's Seat - Practical 
  Training for Building a European Repository Network

Some subjects covered
---------------------
* Scholars - their behaviour and workflow
* Marketing research libraries
* Performance and outcome measures
* Library automation challenges
* Intelligent catalogues
* MESUR project - scholarly usage data
* OAI Object Reuse and Exchange (OAI-ORE)
* Libraries in Second Life
* Change management
* Open Access
* Research data
* Institutional repositories
* The library's educational role
* Information literacy
* Librarian faculty and teaching faculty collaboration
* Physical learning spaces
* Practical training in the DRIVER environment

Lecturers
---------
Top speakers will present their views. Below is just a small 
selection.
* Stephen Abram, Vice President Innovation, SirsiDynix, was 
  listed by Library Journal as one of their first "Movers and 
  Shakers"
* Marshall Breeding, Director for Innovative Technologies and 
  Research at Vanderbilt University, is creator and editor of 
  the Library Technology Guides
* Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard is Director of Development at 
  the Aarhus State and University Library in Denmark, where 
  the Summa integrated search interface is being developed
* Barbara Galik is Executive Director at Bradley University, 
  US and involved in many educational activities in Second 
  Life
* Wendy P. Lougee, University librarian and McKnight 
  Presidential Professor at the University of Minnesota, has 
  engaged her library in significant assessments of scholarly 
  behaviour
* Roswitha Poll is an internationally acknowledged expert in 
  the field of performance and outcome measures
* David Prosser, as Director of SPARC Europe, is much sought-
  after speaker on Open Access
* Christina Tovoté, Pedagogical Developer at Stockholm 
  University Library, is responsible for the integration of 
  information literacy in university courses 
* Jan Wilkinson, University Librarian and Director at The 
  University of Manchester, has chaired very successful change 
  management courses at Ticer before
* Alex Wright is Writer and Information Architect and authored 
  "Glut: Mastering Information Through the Ages"

To guarantee a highly interactive programme, the number of 
participants is limited, lectures contain an interactive 
component, and two modules offer hands-on sessions in a 
computer room. The course is recommended by JISC, DEFF - 
Denmark's Electronic Research Library, CBU/KUB - the conference 
of university libraries in Switzerland, NFF - the Norwegian 
Association of Special Libraries, the DRIVER II project, and 
The Helsinki University Libraries.

The course website can be found at 
www.tilburguniversity.nl/ticer/08carte/.

If you register before 1 June 2008, you will get a €150 
discount. There are special discounts for DRIVER II 
participants and associates.

	A profound update in just one to five days?
	 Then Tilburg is the place to be this summer!


Further information
-------------------
Ms Jola Prinsen
Manager Ticer
Tilburg University
Library and IT Services
P.O. Box 90153
5000 LE Tilburg
The Netherlands
Tel. +31 13 466 8310
Fax  +31 13 466 8383
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www.tilburguniversity.nl/ticer/

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