Conference programme

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Date: 27th-28th February 2014

Venue: Sala San Pio X, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, via dell’Ospedale 1, Roma [Details]

Thursday 27th February 2014

08:30 – 09:00 Registration
09:00 – 9.30

Opening — Welcome

Jean-Louis Bruguès, O.P., Archivist and librarian of the Holy Roman Church, Vatican City.
Stefano Parise, President of Associazione Italiana Biblioteche, Comune di Milano, Italy
Andrea Marchitelli, President of Associazione Italiana Biblioteche – Section Lazio, Cineca, Italy
09:30 – 10.00

Testimonial

Carlo Revelli, Italy [testimony]
10:00 – 12.30

Session 1 – Models and Strategies [ Abstracts ]

Chair: Dorothy McGarry

Daniel Van Spanje (OCLC, Netherlands)
Changing landscapes: rise and fall of the cataloguer’s empire — Keynote speech [presentation]
Rachel Ivy Clarke (University of Washington Information School, USA)
Breaking Records: The History of Bibliographic Records and their Influence in Conceptualizing Bibliographic Data
Tanja Mercun, Maja Žumer (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Cataloguing for the users: from catalogue objectives to bibliographic data [presentation]
Karen Coyle (Library consultant, USA)
Rethinking FRBR, Two Decades On [presentation]
Gordon Dunsire (Library consultant, UK)
RDA in Library Linked Data Applications [presentation]
Dean Seeman, Lisa Goddard (Memorial University Libraries, Canada)
Preparing the Way: Creating Future Compatible Cataloguing Data in a Transitional Environment [presentation]
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch break
13:30 – 15:30

Session 2A – Cooperation: challenges and opportunities [ Abstracts ]

Chair: Luigina Orlandi (Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana)

Klaus Kempf (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München, Germany)
A silent revolution, or the transformation of the catalogue from a local data silo to a multiple net based access and meta data system
Massimo Gentili Tedeschi (Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense, Italy)
The Illusion of controlled Vocabularies: towards a cataloguing Babele?
Paola Manoni (Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vatican City)
New challenges facing the Vatican Library in the complex management between set of metadata
Anna Lucarelli, Elisabetta Viti (Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze, Italy)
Florence-Washington round trip: ways and intersections between semantic indexing tools in different languages
Lisa Longhi (Fondazione BEIC, Italy)
Try walking in your shoes. Cataloguing incunabula with user’s mind
Laura Lalli (Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vatican City)
Rare books in the Vatican Library: reshaping the catalogue
Paola Puglisi (Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma, Italy)
«The day has not yet come…»: book-jackets in library catalogue [presentation]
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 – 17:30

Session 2B – Cooperation: challenges and opportunities [ Abstracts ]

Chair: Luigina Orlandi (Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana)

Luca Martinelli (Wikimedia Italia)
Wikidata: A New Way to Disseminate Structured Data [presentation]
Zdravko Blazekovic (Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale, USA)
RILM abstracts of music literature in its global multilingual environment [presentation]
Renate Behrens (German National Library, Germany), Verena Schaffner (Austrian Library Network and Service Ltd., Austria)
RDA — The implementation in Germany, Austria and German-speaking Switzerland [presentation]
Tetyana Yaroshenko, Iryna Bankovska (National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine)
Electronic Catalogue of the University Library: more than just a catalogue (an example from National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Library) [presentation]
17:30 – 19:00

Poster session [ Accepted posters | Abstracts ]

Introduction, Giuseppina Vullo (Università degli studi di Pavia)

20:00 – 22:30 Conference dinner

Friday 28th February 2014

08:30 – 09:00

Testimonial

Dorothy McGarry, USA [testimony]
9:00 – 10.45

Session 3A – Bits & Bricks [ Abstracts ]

Chair: Sandra K. Roe (editor “CCQ – Cataloging & Classification Quarterly”)

Agnese Galeffi (Scuola Vaticana di Biblioteconomia – IFLA Cataloguing Standing Committee)
Cataloguing principles, data, and catalogue features. Some reflections from IFLA ICP revision [presentation]
Claudio Gnoli (ISKO, Italy)
Which knowledge organization systems for conceptual interoperability?
Dogan Atilgan, Nevzat Özel, (Ankara University, Turkey), Tolga Çakmak (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
RDA in Turkey: Perceptions and Expectations on Implementation
Eliane Serrão Alves Mey, Isabel Arino Grau, Fernanda Salgado Biar (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO), Brazil)
RDA’s Pros And Cons: One Point Of View From Brazil
Kambiz Mirbaha, Elham Chzarifard (University of Tehran, Iran)
Persian Library Materials: A Review on Some Issues on Romanization, Storage and Retrieval
Simona Turbanti (University of Pisa, Italy)
Cui prodest libraries authority work? [presentation]
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee break
11:15 – 13:00

Session 3B – Bits & Bricks [ Abstracts ]

Chair: Sandra K. Roe (editor “CCQ – Cataloging & Classification Quarterly”)

Violeta Ilik (Texas A&M University, USA)
Cataloguer makeover
Cristina Pattuelli (Pratt Institute New York, USA)
Discovering Jazz History through Linked Open Data: The Linked Jazz Project [presentation]
Carlo Bianchini (University of Pavia, Italy), Mauro Guerrini (University of Florence, Italy)
A turning point for catalogues
Edward M. Corrado, Rachel Jaffe (Binghamton University Libraries, USA)
Transforming and enhancing metadata for enduser discovery: a case study [presentation]
Juliya Borie, Kate MacDonald, Elisa Sze (University of Toronto, Canada)
Asserting our place in the “value of libraries” conversation: the evolving role and future of cataloguing [presentation]
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch break
14:00 – 15:45

Session 4A – User Experience (The Catalogue and You) [ Abstracts ]

Chair: Mauro Guerrini (University of Florence, Italy)

Alberto Petrucciani (University of Roma “La Sapienza”, Italy)
Quality of library catalogues and value of (good) catalogues
Marco Ranieri (Data Management PAS, Italy)
“Different users different uses”
Marie-Louise Ayres (National Library of Australia)
Do we still need a catalogue? : Discovery, delivery and engagement at the National Library of Australia [presentation]
Anna Maria Tammaro (University of Parma), Vittore Casarosa (CNR-ISTI, Italy)
From the art of cataloguing to the art of linking: are the educational curricula up to the job?
Milena Dobreva (University of Malta)
Citizens and eInfrastructures: engagement of general users in eResearch
15:45 – 16:15 Coffee break
16:15 – 18:15

Session 4B – User Experience (The Catalogue and You) [ Abstracts ]

Chair: Mauro Guerrini (University of Florence, Italy)

Eddie Paul (Jewish Public Library, Montreal, Canada)
A Different Holy Trinity: The FRBR Implementation at the Jewish Public Library, Montreal
Dobrica Savic (International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria)
Using a Google Search Appliance (GSA) to search digital library collections: a case study of the INIS Collection Search [presentation]
Antonella Trombone (University of Basilicata, Italy)
New displaying models of bibliographic data and resources: cataloguing/resource description and search results [presentation]
Andrea Fabbrizzi (University of Florence, Italy)
An atlas of classification. Signage between open shelves, the Web and the catalogue [presentation]
Anne Welsh (UCL Department of Information Studies, UK)
Flipping the cataloguing class: Equipping and empowering cataloguers for the hybrid cataloguing environment
Piero Polidoro (LUMSA University, Italy)
Libraries and catalogues on the web: from mere usability to experience
18:15 – 18:30

Closing remarks

Paul Gabriele Weston, Università degli studi di Pavia

Accepted Posters [ Abstracts ]

Eliane Blumer, Jasmin Hügi, René Schneider
The usability issues of faceted navigation in digital libraries [poster]
Chiara Consonni, Danilo Deana
A new OPAC for a new service. The OPAC of the Archive of Published Documents of the Lombardy Region
Kakavoulis Dionysios, Papachristopoulos Leonidas, Kakali Constantia
Interlinked authorities data in a globalized cataloguing environment
Klaus Keil
RISM for Libraries – new services for a better collaboration
Mike Mertens
Research Libraries UK (RLUK) and its Linked Data release
Lucia Panciera
The Bibliography of the Italian Parliament goes linked open data
Federica Riva
Responsbile social cataloguing in music at the Library of the Conservatorio di musica “L. Cherubini” in Florence
Stefano Bolelli Gallevi
Rethink or reshape? Or, how the library catalogue should to be faster, smarter and richer?
Reza Khanipour, Soheyla Faal, Mahbube Ghorbani
The Feasibility Study of Websites Cataloging in National Library & Archives of I.R. of Iran (NLAI)
Susan Banoun
The World of ETDs: Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) at the University of Cincinnati, OhioLINK Consortium, and Beyond: Providing Global Access to Students’ Scholarship
Stefano Russo
BeWeB. The cross-domain portal of the Italian ecclesiastical cultural heritage
Mathias Balbi, Alberto Abis
Enlightening music: the catalogue and digitisation project of Verdi’s archive at the “Archivio Storico Ricordi” in Milan
Soheyla Faal, Mitra Samiei
Cataloging and Indexing of Dissertations in the National Library & Archives of I.R. of Iran (NLAI)
Dario Rigolin
Brescia & Cremona public libraries consortia catalog
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