Calenda - New directions for libraries, scholars, and partnerships

lkfitz's bookmarks 2017-03-04

Summary:

"Successful proposals may address the general symposium themes of innovation, collaboration, or partnerships or be inspired by the related topics suggested below. Presentations or papers should be 15 minutes long; poster specifications are available at the symposium website Ansicht von Frankfurt am Main by Domenico Quaglio (1831). Held by Städel Museum, Frankfurt.

Potential topics

  • New Dimensions of Engagement with Scholars and Students
  • Transforming research information services
  • Contributing to emerging research methods, sources and practices
  • Developing subject and liaison librarianship
  • Using digital tools for teaching and learning in European studies

Strategies for Collections and Partnerships

  • Regional and international alliances and partnerships
  • Distinctive French-language collections
  • Digital humanities or social sciences projects in French or European studies
  • Addressing international interlibrary loan and document delivery dilemmas

The 21st Century Digital and/or Hybrid Scholarship Cycle

  • Issues and solutions for humanities and social science scholars
  • Effects of the current publishing (r)evolution
  • Open Access and copyright
  • Collecting and managing born-digital or transmedia material
  • Preservation and archiving

Tools and Techniques for Sustained Professional Development

  • Engaging new library professionals in international collaborations
  • Internships, exchanges, training, and curriculum innovation
  • Digital pedagogy and digital tools T
  • eaching information literacy and research methods
  • Librarianship and the liberal arts"

Link:

http://calenda.org/397544

From feeds:

Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » lkfitz's bookmarks

Tags:

oa.new oa.germany oa.libraries oa.cfp oa.digital_humanities oa.copyright oa.preservation oa.events

Date tagged:

03/04/2017, 19:24

Date published:

03/04/2017, 14:24