Archive of presentations

The archive of presentations and posters from the 4th IGeLU Conference in Helsinki, 6th – 9th September 2009.

Many thanks to all those who made their presentations available to the community.

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Programme

Helsinki Programme

Q & A

Ex Libris Q&A 2009 – Minutes of the Q & A with Ex Libris management, moderated by Peter Klien, The Austrian Library Network and Service Ltd.

General & cross-product

All Kinds of Types – An Overview of Finland’s Multifaceted Consortia – Ari Rouvari, The National Library of Finland

Database Workflows – A Diagram for Success – Bryan S. Vogh, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, US

Digital Preservation: The Next Library – Edward Corrado, Binghamton University, US

Digitizing Newspapers – Yves Maurer and Carlo Blum, National Library of Luxembourg

Don’t Panic … Are all Library Systems Dying? – Peter Price, University of Plymouth, UK

Down and Out – How Long is Your Recovery Time? – Brian Flaherty, University of Auckland, New Zealand

The Opac is Dead – Long Live the OPAC – Daniel Forsman, Jonkoping University Library, Sweden

Our Wiki at EL Commons – A Second Visit – Beate Rusch, KOBV, Germany

Patron’s Collective Intelligence and Coummunities of Practice: : Let the OPAC Go Out and Have a Social Life – Filipe Manuel dos Santos Bento and Lidia Oliveira Silva, University of Aveira Campus Universitario Santiago

Reusing Search Statistics to Enhance the Use of Library Services – Morag Watson, Edinburgh University, UK

Trying to Stay Afloat in Today’s Ever Expanding Storage Pools – Bob Trotter, University System of Georgia, US

Working with web services and sharing ideas – Daniel Forsman, Jonkoping University, Sweden

Aleph

The Aleph DACH Study Report: Addressing the Needs and Wants of Ex Libris Users from German Speaking Countries – Ronald Schmidt, HBZ, Germany

Easy OPAC Enhancements – Matthew Phillips, University of Dundee, UK

Every book its reader : Recommendations in Aleph – Matthew Phillips, University of Dundee, UK

Self Service Aleph – Bas Vat, Leiden University, Netherlands

Wishful Thinking: If Aleph Could Send an Article OpenURL … – Ruti Suhami, Rishon Le-Zion, Israel

ARC

ARC SIWG (Special Interest Working Group) Business Meeting – Marcus Zerbst, Zentralbibliothek Zürich, Switzerland

I Can’t Buy ARC – Augusto Ribeiro and Tiago Fernandes, University of Porto, Portugal

Digitool

Digitool PWG (Product Working Group) Business Meeting – Guido Goedemé, Royal Library of Belgium

Get objects <–> support librarians – Matthias Gross, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Germany

Not out of the Box: Recent DigiTool Extensions in Bavaria – Matthias Gross, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Germany

Royal Library of Belgium : practices and workflows – Guido Goedemé, Royal Library of Belgium

SDI Serviço de Documentação e Informação – Luis Miguel Costa, University of Porto, Portugal

Metalib

Clustering MetaLib at Brazilian Government Library Consortium – Rodolfo Luz, Rede Nacional de Ensino Pesquisa-RNP, Brazil, and Ronan Morae and Gustavo Portella, Capes-Coordenacao de Aperfeicoamento de Pessoal de Nivel Superior, Brazil

MetaLib PWG (Product Working Group) Business Meeting – Meg Bate, AARLIN, Australia

MetaLib Review ‘2 Years On’: the Librarian’s Perspective – Amanda Southam, University of Plymouth, UK

Putting the ‘M’ in MangoFlorida Center for Library Automation, US

Use Scenarios for MetaLib Next Generation/Primo MetaSearch – Jeremy Acland, Queen Mary University of London, UK

Xerxes – Improving the Metasearch Experience – Dave Walker, California State University, US

Primo

Anywhere, anytime, any device : Primo for a Consortium – Gary Johnson, College Center for Library Automation Florida, US

Consortial Primo Installation at KOBV, Germany – Christian Hänger, University of Mannheim, Andreas Sabisch, Freie Universität Berlin, and Stefan Lohrum, KOBV, Germany

Primo at UNSW : search first and beyond – Tom Ruthven University of New South Wales, Australia

Using Primo for searching Archives and Manuscripts : challenges and an approach – Richard Masters, British Library, UK

SFX

AARLINK – persistent, shareable links for SFX – Daniel Tosello, AARLIN Consortium, Australia

Consortial SFX – Common Gain … and Common Pain – Mathias Kratzer, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Germany

SFX & DOI: How to make the best of it? – Inga Overkamp, Max Planck Society

Verde

A Reporting Framework for Verde – Julian Heise and Stefan Lohrum, Cooperative Library Network Berlin-Brandenburg (KOBV), Andreas Sabisch, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Voyager

Acquisitions on autopilot: EDI in Voyager – Peter Price, and Fiona Greig, University of Plymouth, UK

Enhancing Your Voyager Access Queries: A Series of Quick Tips – Janet Lute, Princeton University, US

From the store to your door – Peter Price, and Fiona Greig, University of Plymouth, UK

From Tomcats to Tomahawks and Scalps – Experiences of the Voyager 7 Upgrade – Amanda Southam, University of Plymouth, UK

IGeLU

Exercises in democracy : uncovering the mysteries of IGeLU elections – Peter Klien, The Austrian Library Network and Service Ltd.

IGeLU A – Z – Peter Klien, The Austrian Library Network and Service Ltd.

IGeLU update 2009 – Jiri Kende, Free University of Berlin

Ex Libris presentations and product updates

For all Ex Libris updates and presentations from IGeLU 2009 please go to the Ex Libris Documentation Center.

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