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SUNDAY, June 15 - Rectorat's Building, Room 2.3


Workshop A for PhD students - Koraljka Golub, PhD (Croatia): Project methodology in subject-based knowledge organization: experiences from the UK (presentation)

17:30-19:30 Workshop B for PhD students - Marica Šapro Ficović, PhD (Dubrovnik Libraries, Croatia): Practical application of qualitative methods in libraries with special demonstration of oral history  (in Croatian language) (presentation)

Welcome cocktail for LIDA participants – Location: Hotel Zagreb Terrace

MONDAY, June 16 - Location: Aula Magna, University


Opening of LIDA 2014
Introduction by: Tefko Saracevic and Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić


Introduction to Theme I. - D. Bawden: 'The noblest pleasure'?: on gaining understanding from qualitative research (abstract, presentation)


Get Together Coffee


Accepted papers - Researching information needs (Aula Magna)
Nasrine Olson, H. Joe Steinhauer, Alexander Karlsson, Gustaf Nelhans, Göran Falkman and Jan Nolin. Little Scientist, Big Data Information fusion towards meeting the information needs of scholars (presentation)

Nicole Boubée (Université Toulouse 2, France). Cross self-confrontation method and challenges in researching active information seeking of youth (presentation)

Silvana Sehić and Sanjica Faletar Tanacković (University J. J. Strossmayer in Osijek). Exploration of Academic Information Seeking and Library Use of the Blind and Visually Impaired Students in Croatia (presentation)


Workshop C (brown bag lunch included) - Rectorat's Building, Room 2.3
T. Merčun and M. Žumer (Univeristy of Ljubljana, Slovenia). Using information visualization in libraries: why, when, and how (presentation)


Accepted papers - Aula Magna, University
Linda Z. Cooper (Queens College, CUNY, USA). Proposal for a qualitative study of LIS students' self-assessment of growth and direction using Dervin's Sense-Making Methodology applied to intrapersonal examination of their ongoing eportfolio development (paper, presentation)

Martina Dragija Ivanović (University of Zadar). Impact of public libraries in small rural communities: challenges to conducting a research (presentation)

Isabelle Fabre and Cécile Gardies (Ecole Nationale de Formation Agronomique, France). Photography: a methodological tool to question uses in the "learnings centers" in France. (presentation)

17:30-18:00 Coffee break

Invited speaker (Theme I) – Aula Magna, University
Elke Greifeneder (Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark) Big data does not equal big picture) (abstract, presentation)


Cultural programme / Guided tours to the Sea Organ and Roman Forum

TUESDAY, June 17 - Location: Aula Magna, University


Accepted papers (Theme I)
Thomas Weinhold, Bernard Bekavac and Sonja Hamann (HTW Chur, Swiss Institute for Information Research and Namics AG, Switzerland). BibEval-A framework for usability evaluations of online library services (presentation)

Josipa Selthofer and Tomislav Jakopec (University J.J. Strossmayer in Osijek). How can customized IT system support qualitative methods in web site validation: application for visual content analysis (presentation)

Cathal Hoare and Humphrey Sorensen (University College Cork, Irland). A reporting framework for search session evaluation

11:00-11:30 Coffe break

Introduction to Theme II
Blaise Cronin: Beethoven vs. Bieber: on the meaningfulness of (alt)metrics (presentation)

13:00-14:30 Break/Visit to State Archives, Archeological Museum, Gold and Silver of Zadar Exhibition or Museum of Antique Glass

Parallel Sessions
Accepted papers (Theme I) – Aula Magna, University
Liz Lyon (University of Pittsburgh, USA), Manjula Patel (UCOLN, Bath, UK) and Kenji Takeda (Microsoft Research Connections, UK). Assessing requirements for research data management support in academic libraries: introducing a new multi-faceted capability tool (presentation)

Lisa Lamont (San Diego State University, USA). Digital Library assessment through multiple measures (presentation)

Vivien Petras, Juliane Stiller and Maria Gäde (Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany). How we are searching cultural heritage? A qualitative analysis of search patterns and success in The European Library (presentation)

Accepted papers (Theme II) – Rectorat's Building, Room 2.3
Jonathan Levitt and Mike Thelwall (University of Wolverhampton, UK). From webometrics to altmetrics: one and a half decades of digital research at Wolverhampton (paper, presentation)

Isabella Peters (ZBW, EU), Alexandra Jobmann (Leibniz Institute for SME,Germany) Anita Eppelin (Leibniz Information Centre for LS), Christian P. Hoffmann (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland), Sylvia Künne (Institute for the World Economy, Kiel, Germany) and Gabriele Wollnik-Korn (Leibniz Information Centre for LS, Germany). Altmetrics for large, multidisciplinary research groups: A case study of the Leibniz Association (presentation)

Leonidas Papachristopoulos and Angelos Mitrelis (Ionian University, Corfu, Greece), Giannis Tsakonas (University of Patras, Greece) and Christos Papatheodorou (Ionian University, Corfu, Greece). Where and how knowledge on digital library evaluation spreads: a case study on conference literature (presentation)

16:30-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:00 Invited speaker (Theme II)
Paul Wouters (Centre for Science and Technology Studies, Netherlands) Aula Magna, University. The metrics acumen: supporting individual researchers in assessment (presentation)

Demonstrations and Accepted Papers – Aula Magna, University
Demonstration by András Simon (Monguz KFT, Hungary).Aspects of the constructing the metadata structure and the business logic of the integrated library systems, concerning to the measurability of the usage of the library and the traditional and electronic documents. (presentation)

Accepted papers (Theme II)
Anna Maria Tammaro (University of Parma, Italy). Altmetrics in the humanities: perceptions of Italian scholars (presentation)

Primoz Južnič, Polona Vilar and Tomaž Bartol (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia). What do researchers think about altmetrics and are they familiar with its abilities? (presentation)


Free Evening

WEDNESDAY, June 18 - Location: Aula Magna, University


Theme II – Accepted papers
Christian Schloegl University of Graz, Austria), Juan Gorraiz and Christian Gumpenberger (University of Vienna, Austria), Kris Jack (Mendeley, UK) and Peter Kraker (Know-Center, Austria).Are downloads and readership data a substitute for citations? The case of a scholarly journal (presentation)

Blanca Rodríguez Bravo (University of Leon, Spain). The use of electronic journals at academic libraries in North-Western Spain - CANCELLED

Jeppe Nicolaisen (Royal School of LIS, Denmark). What is a journal article and does it really matter? (presentation)

11:00-11:30 Coffe break
11:30-12:30 Invited speaker (Theme II)
Cassidy Sugimoto (Indiana University, USA) The metric menagerie: Tweets, Likes, and other social media metrics in the library (presentation)

Break/Visit to State Archives, Archeological Museum, Gold and Silver of Zadar Exhibition or Museum of Antique Glass


Accepted papers (Theme II) – Aula Magna, University
Karima Haddou ou Moussa (GESIS – Leibniz, Germany), Ute Sondergeld (DIPF, Germany), Philipp Mayr and Peter Mutschke (DIPF, Germany) and Marc Rittberger (DIPF, Germany).Assessing Educational Research: An Information Service for Monitoring a Heterogeneous Research Field (presentation)

Jadranka Stojanovski and Franjo Pehar (University of Zadar). Multiple bibliometric indicators approach to Croatian open access (OA) journals

16:30-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:00 Invited Speaker (Theme II) – Aula Magna, University
Marija Brajdic Vuković (University of Zagreb, Croatia). Challenges of globalized evaluation practices in the context of semi-peripheral and localized knowledge production (paper, presentation)

Accepted papers (Theme I)
Evelyn Dröge, Julia Iwanowa and Steffen Hennicke (Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany).A specialisation of the Europeana data model for the representation of manuscripts: The DM2E model (presentation)

Katarina Švab, Tanja Merčun and Maja Žumer (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia). Researching bibliographic data with users: examples of 5 qualitative studies (presentation)

19:00-21:00 Poster session with cheese and wine



Parallel sessions
Accepted papers (Theme I) – Aula Magna, University
Isto Huvila (Uppsala University, Sweden and Åbo Akademi University, Finland). Where is the library, or is it an archive? Assessing the impact and implications of archaeological information collections (presentation)

Kate-Riin Kont (Tallinn University of Technology Library, Estonia). Using qualitative methods in assessing work efficiency of library services (presentation)

Matthew Kelly (Curtin University, Australia). Core collections for civil society's libraries: assessing value across domains. (paper, presentation)

Accepted papers (Theme I) – Rectorat's Building, Room 2.3
Polona Vilar (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) and Ivanka Stricevic University of Zadar, Croatia). Quality school library – how do we find out? (presentation)

Ross J. Todd and Punit Dadlani (Rutgers University, USA). Collaborative information use by high school students in a digital learning environment (presentation)

Sanjica Faletar Tanackovic, Darko Lacovic and Gordana Gaso (University J. J. Strossmayer in osijek, Croatia). Student use of library physical spaces: Observation of study spaces in an academic library (presentation)

11:00-11:30 Coffe break

Invited speaker (Theme I)
Donald Case (University of Kentucky, USA) - Aula Magna, University. Sixty years of measuring the use of information and its sources: from consultation to application (abstract, paper, presentation)


Break/Visit to State Archives, Archeological Museum, Gold and Silver of Zadar Exhibition or Museum of Antique Glass


Workshop D (brown bag lunch included) – Rectorat's Building, Room 2.3
B. Wildemuth (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA). Applying grounded theory methods to library and user assessment (presentation)


Accepted papers (Theme I) – Aula Magna, University
Yolande Maury and Susan Kovacs (University Lille Nord de France – Lille 3, France). Studying user appropriation of university and secondary school «Learning Centres»: methodological questions and issues (presentation)

Larry White (SUNY, University at Buffalo, USA). Head library administrators’competitiveness and use of performance and competitive information in decision making - CANCELLED

17:00-17:30 Coffee break

Guest of Honor's talk – Aula Magna, University
Professor Gary Marchionini (Univeristy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA). Libraries and literacies: from I to we (presentation)

20:00 Conference Dinner – Restaurant Foša

FRIDAY, June 20


PhD Forum (sponsored by ASIST)
Darko Lacović (PhD program, University of Zadar).Information needs and information behaviour of Catholic priests in pastoral work (presentation)

Leo Appleton (Edinburgh Napier University, UK) How do public libraries measure their socio-economic value and impact upon citizenship in the UK? (presentation)

Mate Juric (PhD Program, University of Zadar). Reading in print and digital media (paper, presentation)

10:30-11:00 Coffee break

Accepted papers (Theme I) – Aula Magna, University
Sheila Corrall (University of Pittsburgh, USA)Library service capital: The case for measuring and managing intangible assets (paper, presentation)

Carol Gordon (Gordon Consulting, USA) The convergence of performance and program assessment: A three-dimensional action research model (presentation)


Closing of LIDA 2014 and Introducing LIDA 2016


10th Anniversary of the Department of Information Sciences in Zadar – Aula Magna, University
Round Table on the Information Science Education
Panel Chair: Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić
Panelists: Sheilla Corrall, Donald Case, Elke Greifeneder, Gary Marchionini, Marc Rittenberger, Christian Schlögl, Ivanka Stričević and  Tefko Saracevic



Excursion to Croatian National Park (Plitvice Lakes or the River Krka Falls)

Poster session

  1. Ivana Pazur. Library services/resources and handheld mobile devices
  2. John Dove. User-centered design as it pertains to online reference systems
  3. Lovela Machala Poplašen and Lana Zrnić. A is for altmetrics: metric for all!
  4. Kristina Romic and Goranka Mitrovic. Using citation checking of Ph. D. Dissertation References as a tool for evaluating Library Collections of National and University Library in Zagreb
  5. Dina Vrkic. Scholarly and social visibility of top hundred most cited articles affiliated by Croatian authors
  6. Cathal Hoare and Humphrey Sorensen. On modelling mobile context
  7. Alessandro Gandolfo, Mate Juric and Srećko Jelušić. Quantitative and qualitative methods applied in comparative student reading habits and book buying research in Croatia, Italy and China: pilot study
  8. Tamara Krajna and Andreja Tominac. The extent of academic library services support to e-learning
  9. Kate-Riin Kont. Acquisition process: A case study in Estonian university libraries
  10. Salima Rehemtula, Maria De Lurdes Rosa, Paulo Leitão and Rosario Arquero Avilés: Altmetrics in institutional repositories: new perspectives for assessing research impact
  11. Narcisa Rastoder and Biserka Sabljaković – How often student graded papers are used in creating new student papers?
  12. Marina Mihalić. National and University Library in Zagreb - from usage to quality measures – establishing baselines for service
  13. Dejana Golenko. Application of qualitative methods in researching academic library users: Some practical experience
  14. Alisa Martek and Snježana Šute – Library collections availability in online environment through processing user requests : case study in the Croatian State Archives Library
  15. Marica Šapro-Ficović. How qualitative methods can show value of libraries : results from an unusual study
  16. Larry White. Impacts of work experience and gender on the use of performance and competitive information by library administrators
  17. Marija Primorac and Sanja Škugor: Online databases and students: Why don't they use them?
  18. Mirko Duić: Film collection management: a methodological approach
  19. Marton Nemeth and András Simon. ELDORADO project : a major upgrade of digital library services in Hungary