Program

Conference program is scheduled to take place approximately from 3 p. m to 7:30 p.m. CET (UTC+1). For your local time, check https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/.

MONDAY, April 19

15:00-15:30
SESSION A
Opening (UNIZD Rector and UNIOS Dean, Ross J Todd and Marie Radford (Rutgers University))
 
15:30-16:30
SESSION A
Session chair: Ross J. Todd (Rutgers University, USA)
LIVE Keynote Nicholas Belkin
(Rutgers University, United States): From LIDA to LAIU: Libraries in the age of information ubiquity
16:30-16:45
Break

Parallel sessions

16:45-18:05
SESSION A
Session chair: Athena Salaba (Kent State University, United States)

Boris Bosančić (University of Osijek, Croatia): The dichotomy of the notion of information regarding sender's data structure and recipient's background knowledge Abstract

Bo Skøtt (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark): Digital dissemination in a late modern context Abstract

Giulia Carla Rossi (The British Library, United Kingdom): Emerging Formats: understanding the impact of new publishing technologies on libraries’ collecting practices Abstract

Fidelia Ibekwe (Aix Marseille Univ, CNRS, LPL, Aix-en-Provence, France), Fernanda Bochi (Sao Paulo State University, Brazil) and Daniel Martínez-Ávila (University Carlos III de Madrid, Spain): Mapping the evolution of topics published by Education for Information Abstract

16:45-18:05
SESSION B
Session chair: Amy VanScoy (University at Buffalo, United States)

Maura Seale (University of Michigan, United States), Alison Hicks (University College London, United Kingdom) and Karen Nicholson (University of Guelph, Canada): Make me think! Exploring UX through the lens of critical information literacy Abstract

Alison Hicks and Annemaree Lloyd (University College London, United Kingdom): Relegating expertise: The outward and inward positioning of librarians in information literacy education Abstract

Kyung-Sun Kim (University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States), Sei-Ching Joanna Sin (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) and EunYoung Yoo-Lee (North Carolina Central University, United States): Social Media Use: Implications for Information Literacy Training Abstract

Rachel Pierce and Elena Maceviciute (University of Borås, Sweden): Using digital tools to educate librarians in the digital age Abstract

18:05-18:20
Break
18:20-19:20
SESSION A

Session chair: Marie Radford (Rutgers University, USA)
Informal session with Tatjana Aparac Jelušić and Tefko Saracevic

TUESDAY, April 20

15:00-16:00
SESSION A
Session chair: Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić (Croatia)
LIVE Keynote Milijana Mičunović
(University of Osijek, Croatia): Adapting to the life in technosphere: human-technology coexistence and the changing nature of life and work in a high-tech culture
16:00-16:15
Break

Parallel sessions

16:15-17:15
SESSION A
Session chair: Kornelija Petr Balog (University of Osijek, Croatia)

Tamara Heck (Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education, Germany), Gabriel Schneider (Hochschule Darmstadt, Germany) and Marc Rittberger (Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education, Germany): Setting standards – how information centres can help to foster open science Abstract

Tali Gazit (Bar-Ilan University, Israel): Online leadership in social media sites Abstract

Mirna Gilman Ranogajec and Boris Badurina (University of Osijek, Croatia): Measuring user confidence in social media security and privacy Abstract

16:15-17:15
SESSION B
Session chair: Drahomira Cupar (University of Zadar, Croatia)

Manfredi La Manna (University of St Andrews, United Kingdom): The BitViews project: can the librarian community achieve Open Access through blockchain and indirect incentives? Abstract

Tjaša Jug and Maja Žumer (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia): How can I express my opinion? An analysis of book reviewing systems Abstract

Marijana Tomić, Martina Dragija Ivanović and Laura Grzunov (University of Zadar, Croatia): To crowdsource or not to crowdsource: citizen science as a force of revealing historical evidence from Croatian Glagolitic manuscripts Abstract

17:15-17:30
Break

Parallel sessions

17:30-18:30
SESSION A
Session Chair: Alison Hicks (University College London, United Kingdom)

Brian Dobreski (University of Tennessee, United States) and Barbara Kwaśnik (Syracuse University, United States): Dimensions of Personhood in Cultural Heritage: Who (or What) Gets to Be Called a Person? Abstract

Yulistiana Prasetya and Rahmi (University of Indonesia, Indonesia): Preliminary study on the use of Universitas Indonesia Library and the performance of library science undergraduate students before and during the COVID-19 pandemic Abstract

Gordana Gašo (University of Osijek, Croatia), Martina Dragija Ivanović (University of Zadar), Croatia) and Sanjica Faletar Tanacković (University of Osijek, Croatia): The supervisory relationship in the doctoral process: how do Croatian IS students see it? Abstract

17:30-18:30
SESSION B
Session chair: Diana Flogel (Rutgers University, USA)

Virginia M. Tucker (San Jose State University, United States): Librarians becoming information architects: Reshaped professional identities seen through a threshold concepts lens Abstract

Deborah Hicks  (San Jose State University, United States): Twitter, professional values, and taking a stand: understanding core tensions in librarians’ professional identity construction Abstract

Amy VanScoy (University at Buffalo, United States) and Barbara Kavčič (Ministry of Culture, Slovenia): What does it mean to be a special librarian in the digital age? Exploring identity and experience Abstract

18:30-18:45
Break
18:45-19:05
SESSION A
Session chair: Diane Rasmussen Pennington (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland)

Crystal Fulton (University College Dublin, Ireland): ASIST European Chapter

WEDNESDAY, April 21

Parallel sessions

15:00-16:20
SESSION A
Session Chair: Marie Radford (Rutgers University, USA)

Katarina Švab and Tanja Merčun (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia): A challenge for libraries in a digital age: how to attract young generations to library events? Abstract

Sarah Barriage (University of Kentucky, United States), Vanessa Kitzie (University of South Carolina, United States), Diana Floegel (Rutgers University, United States) and Shannon Oltmann (University of Kentucky, United States): Public library staff perceptions of stakeholder support for Drag Queen Storytimes Abstract

Alica Kolarić (Rijeka City Library) and Ivanka Stričević (University of Zadar): Studying adolescent information needs and information behavior in the context of making everyday life decisions: methodological approach, main concerns and lessons learned Abstract

Sanjica Faletar Tanacković , Kornelija Petr Balog (University of Osijek, Croatia) and Sanda Erdelez : How Can Libraries Support Dementia Friendly Communities?: The Study into Perceptions and Experiences of Croatian Public Librarians Abstract

15:00-16:20
SESSION B
Session Chair: Gary Radford Fairleigh (Dickinson University, USA)

Jela Steinerová (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia): Information Behavior of Researchers, Digital Information Environment and Design of Digital Information Services Abstract

Athena Salaba (Kent State University, United States) and Maja Žumer (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia): Reshaping the identify of bibliographic information in the digital age Abstract

Jaroslav Šušol , Michaela Melicherová and Miriam Ondrišová (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia): Usage and interpretation of alternative bibliometric indicators Abstract

Tanja Merčun and Maja Kuhar (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia): Exploring user experience in digital libraries through questionnaire and eye-tracking data: a case study of Europeana and dLib Abstract

16:20-16:35
Break
16:35-17:35
SESSION A
Session Chair: Marijana Tomić (University of Zadar, Croatia)

Panel Sara Jones (Califa, United States), Tammy Westergard (Nevada State Library Archives and Public Records, United States), John MacLeod (XRLibraries, United States) and Mark Anderson (Lifeliqe, United States): Immersive learning: building a community of practice for the use of virtual reality, augmented reality and extended reality in libraries Abstract

16:35-17:35
SESSION B
Session chair: Diana Flogel (Rutgers University, USA)

Joe Mocnik (North Dakota State University, US): The future of scholarship: data and digital scholarship initiatives at NDSU Abstract

Ana Lúcia Terra (University of Coimbra, Portugal): Information organization practices from Portuguese students in digital context: some understandings from a survey Abstract

Gary P. Radford (Fairleigh Dickinson University, United States): Under the hood of  Academia.edu: benefits and concerns of creating an online scholarly identity Abstract

17:35-17:50
Break
17:50-19:30
SESSION A
Poster Session
Session Chair: Ross J Todd (Rutgers University, USA)

Lana Šuster (University of Osijek, Croatia): Mobile devices and interpersonal communication in academic library: the changing narrative of communication between library staff and library users Abstract

Kristina Romić, Goranka Mitrović (National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia) and Lovela Machala Poplašen (University of Zagreb, Croatia): Use of Social Network for Academic Purposes: the case of the University of Zagreb, Croatia Abstract

Dunja Marija Gabriel , Frida Bišćan and Aleksandra Pikić (National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia): The System of Unique Library Performance Electronic Statistical Data Collecting Abstract

Ines Horvat (University of Osijek, Croatia): Presentation of Croatian written heritage collections and preservation of cultural identity Abstract

Laura Costello and Amy Kimura (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, United States): Using Data to Manage Proactive Chat Reference Abstract

Drahomira Cupar , Ljiljana Poljak and Zrinka Džoić (University of Zadar, Croatia): Building identity via topical coverage of the IS field: subject analysis of master and doctoral thesis from the Department of Information Sciences at University of Zadar Abstract

THURSDAY, April 22

15:00-16:00
SESSION A
Session Chair: Marie Radford: (Rutgers University, USA)
LIVE Keynote Diane Rasmussen Pennington (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland): Socially distanced selves, irate insurrectionists, and one linked library: Are librarians the cure for the infodemic?
16:00-16:15
Break

Parallel sessions

16:15-17:35
SESSION A
Session Chair: Alison Hicks (University College London, United Kingdom)

Andreas Vårheim and Roswitha Skare (UIT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway): Museums as public sphere infrastructure in the digital age: A scoping review of research Abstract

Randolf Mariano and Andreas Vårheim (UIT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway). Mapping the research on libraries, museums, and cultural centers in foreign policy and cultural diplomacy: a scoping review Abstract

Zbigniew Gruszka (University of Lodz, Poland). Do We Have Any L-Vision? The multi-level comparison of selected global library visions Abstract

Olga Solopova Aleksandrovna and Maria Saltykova Sergeevna (South Ural State University, Russia): Digital library for research and education Abstract

16:15-17:35
SESSION B
Session Chair: Kornelija Petr Balog (University of Osijek, Croatia)

16:15 – 17:00 PhD Forum
Panelist: Ahmad M. Kamal (Linnaeus University, Sweden)
Bahia Halawi (Aix Marseille School of Journalism and Communication, Lebanon): An Enriched Collaborative Recommendation Engine for Arabic Content Abstract

17:00 – 17:35 Student Showcase
Session Chair: Milijana Mičunović
Ivona Grgić (University of Osijek, Croatia) and Cvijetin Vidaković (University of Osijek, Croatia): Online information behavior of older adults: facilitating information access Abstract

17:35-17:50
Break
17:50
SESSION A
Closing