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MONDAY, May 28


Title: Dialog & ISI Web of Knowledge
Presenter: Gabrielle Derriks, Thomson Scientific


Tentative title: Methods and Techniques for Web usability
Presenters: Sanda Erdelez and Paul Turner (U of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA)

15:00 Openig of LIDA 2007
Introduction to Use and Users of DL will be given by Tefko Saracevic
  Session 1

Invited Talk: Barbara Wildemuth (U of NC, Chapell Hill, NC, USA)
Bringing Digital Libraries into View on an Individual’s Information Horizon

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

Invited Talk: Sanda Erdelez and Borchuluun Yadamsuren (U of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA)
Usability of digital libraries (presented by Borchulun Yadamsuren)


Accepted Papers and Demos
Xiangmin Zhang, Yuelin Li, Jingjing Liu and Ying Zhang (Rutgers U, New Brunswick, NJ, USA)
Effects of Browse Design in Digital Libraries on Users’ Browsing Experience
Helle Lauridsen, CSA
Scientist in the Electronic Library-is Deep Indexing of Use for Research?
Krzysztof Murawski, Blackwell's Book Services, Oxford, UK
Digital eBook Platforms ECHO, Digital References and Acquisitions System


Welcome party at IUC



Invited Talk: Karen Fisher (U of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA)
Seattle Public Library as "Place": Community Building and Impact


Accepted Papers
Isto Huvila (Abo Akademi U, Abo, Finland)
Don't Ask me 'What', Ask 'To What it is Related' in a Digital Library


Coffee Break


Accepted Papers
Joseph Frank Rogani (U of Calabria, Italy)
Monitoring User Satisfaction with Digital Library Services: the Emeroteca Virtuale at the University of Calabria.
Peiling Wang ( U of Tennessee at Knoxville, TN, USA) and Dimitris A. Dervos (Alexander Technology Educational Institute, Sindos, Greece)
Use of Digital Information Resources and Internet Communication Tools by Academic Researchers in the US, Greece and China
Jan Pisanski (National and University Library, Ljubljana, Slovenia) and Maja Žumer (U of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Mental Models and the Bibliographic Universe

(in groups)
Visits (Fransiscan Monastery or State Archive Dubrovnik)

Accepted papers and Demos
Primoz Juznic (U of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Using a Decision Grid Process to Evaluate Library Collections on the Way to Post-print Times
Jadranka Stojanovski (Institut Rudjer Boskovic’s Library, Zagreb, Croatia)
Researchers, Teachers and Students as Interactive Creators of a New Generation of Digital Libraries and Librarian's Role
Endre Béky, International Markets, Elsevier
Moving Forward in the Digital Scientific World

16:10-16:30 Coffee Break

Session II - Opening


Invited Talk: Paul Kantor (Rutgers U, New Brunswick, NJ, USA)
Two Views of Library Economics


Invited Talk: Dr. Roswitha Poll (Münster, Germany)
New Measures for New Services: Indicators for Quality, Cost, and Impact of Electronic Library Services

18:00-19:00 Demonstrations:
Sonja Svoljšak (National and University Library, Ljubljana, Slovenia) and Silvia Gstrein (U Innsbruck, Library, Austria)
EOD-eBooks on Demand
Vaska Sotirov-Đukić, Public Library of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina
Digitization of Local History Collection ad the Main Promotor of Cultural Heritage of Local Community
Yuliya Leonova, Anatolii Fedotov, Yurii Shokin (Institute computation technologies SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia)
Distributed Virtual Museum of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences

Croatian Books from 16th Century in the University Library of Rijeka – Opening of the Exhibition



Invited talk: Don King, University of North Caroline at Chapell Hill, NC, US
The Cost & Use of Electronic & Print Journal Collections


Accepted paper
Bob Pymm (Charles Sturt University, New South Wales, Australia)
User Response to the Introduction of e-Books and e-Audio in an Australian Public Library Network


Coffee Break


Accepted Papers and Demos
Jacqueline Solis and Ellen Hampton (U of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, US)
Incorporating Digital Library Resources into a University Course Management System (ppt)
Alisa Martek (Croatian Geological Survey, Zagreb, Croatia) Sonja Avalon and Vesna Golubović (National and University Library, Zagreb, Croatia)
Consortia Culture: Financial and Organizational Acquisition Models in the Academic Libraries-Example of European Library Consortia
Helle Lauridsen, CSA
CSA Illustrata: Natural Sciences, Providing Leadership in Deep Indexing

(in groups)

Visits (Fransiscan Monastery or State Archive Dubrovnik)

Invited Talk Robert M. Hayes, UCLA, CA, US
Libraries in the Information Economy of Croatia


Tentative title: Demonstration of MORAE, an integrated tool for web usability evaluation
Presenters: Borchuluun Yadamsuren and Paul Turner, U of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA


Title:Scopus – the new generation database
Presenter: Jadranka Stojanovski (Institut Rudjer Boskovic’s Library, Zagreb, Croatia)


Poster Session (with Cheese and Wine)



transfer to Mljet

11:00 arrival and registration at hotel Odisej

Effective Research Collaboration between Librarians and ILS Faculty
Presented by: Barbara M. Wildemuth (SILS, U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, USA)

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

Accepted Papers
Tanja Buzina, Karolina Holub, Mirna Willer,  Jasenka Zajec (National and University Library, Croatia), Miroslav Milinović and Nebojša Topolšćak (U of Zagreb Computing Centre, Croatia)
Selective Archiving of Croatian Web Resources: A Study of Processing Costs at the National and University Library of Croatia
Dragutin Nemec (U of Zagreb, Croatia)
New Copyright Challenges for the Users of the Digital Works

17:30- 19:00 An Afternoon with Guest of Honor: Professor Christine Borgman (UCLA, CA, USA)


FRIDAY, June 1

8:30-10:00 PhD Forum – sponsored by ASIST

Invited Talk Tefko Saracevic and Ying Zhang (Rutgers U, New Brunswick, NJ, USA)
Criteria in Evaluation of Use and Usability in Digital Libraries

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
11:30-13:00 Panel
Presented and chaired by: Gustav W. Friedrich (SCILS, Rutgers U, New Brunswick, NJ, USA)
The i-School Caucus

Closing of LIDA 2007 and Introducing LIDA 2008


Postconference workshops


Workshop E
Title: Linking Teaching and Learning: Assessment of Information Competence in Higher Education
Presenter: Monica Vezzosi (U of Parma, Italy)

15:00-17:00 Workshop F
Title: The Millennial Generation: Its Use of Academic Library Services and Expectations from the Digital Library
Presenter: Marta Mestrovic Deyrup (Seton Hall, U Library, NJ, USA) (ppt)

Poster Session:

Art Taylor and  Bill Amadio (Computer Information Systems, Rider U, Lawrenceville, NJ, USA) and Xiangmin Zhang (SCILS, Rutgers U, New Brunswick, NJ, USA)
Improving Searches of Digital Collections: Relevance Criteria Choices and the Information Search Process

Boris Badurina and Boris Bosančić (Faculty of Philosophy, U of Osijek, Croatia)
Repositories of Learning Materials

Dunja-Marija Gabriel (National and University Library, Zagreb, Croatia)
Digital Talking Books in the DAISY Format for Print-disabled Users

Dejana Golenko (Library of the Faculty of Law in Rijeka, Croatia) and Evgenia Popović (University Library Rijeka, Croatia)
Digital collection the Law on the European Union
researching the needs of users

Victoria Hampe (Manchester Metropolitan U, England, UK)
A meta-analysis of usability studies on digital library interfaces

Sanda Hasenay (Faculty of Food Technology, U of Osijek), Blanka Salatić (Law Faculty, U of Osijek) and Svjetlana Mokriš (City and University Library Osijek, U of Osijek)
Are You Satisfied with Academic Library Services?: User Survey in Academic Libraries at the University J. J. Strossmayer in Osijek

Cathal Hoare and Humphrey Sorensen  (Univeristy College Cork, Ireland)
Information Foraging Theory as a Means of Comparing Search Components in the Digital Library

Lejla Kodrić (U of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina) and Nermina Mešić (Den Haag, The Netherlands)
In-house vs. Outsourcing of Digitization Projects

Tamara Krajna (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, U of Zagreb, Croatia) and Vesna Špac (Forest research Institute, Jastrebarsko, Croatia)
University of Zagreb

Maja Krtalić (Faculty of Philosophy, U of Osijek) and Damir Hasenay (Faculty of Food Technology, U of Osijek)
Preserving Croatian Newspaper Heritage for Future Use

Michael R. Leach (Simmons GSLIS, Harvard U, Cambridge, USA)
A Soft Costs Typology & Model for Digital Libraries

Jadranka Lisek, Branka Lovreček and Stjepan Šimara (Faculty of Electonic Engeenering and Computing, U of Zagreb, Croatia)
Evaluating the usage and costs of a faculty library

Dorja Mučnjak and Višnja Novosel (Faculty of Philosophy, U of Zagreb, Croatia)
Subject Retrieval in Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (Zagreb) Library online Catalogue

Dimitar Poposki (OCR Specialist for Rare Books and Special Collections, Skopje, Macedonia)
Impossible & Advanced Optical Character Recognition Using a Cheap Point & Shoot Digital Camera

Marina Putnik and Anamaria Malbašić (City Libriaries Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia)
Journey via Web toward Printed Books : Digital Library as a Useful Web Guide for Promoting Library Services for Young People and Encouraging them to Read

Josip Rihtarić (OŠ Varaždin, Varaždin, Croatia)
Croatian Network of School Librarians

Sung Un Kim and Melanie Andrich (SCILS, Rutgers U, New Brunswick, NJ, US)
Designing the Digital Library Services to Facilitate Online Learning

Gorazd Vodeb (National & University Library, Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Remote access to information sources in National & University Library of Slovenia: development of service

Radovan Vrana (Faculty of Philosophy, U of Zagreb, Croatia)
Meeting user needs: will Web server log analysis teach us anything?

PhD Forum (provisional list of accepted PhD presentations – open to submissions till May 15)

Dunja Holcer, PhD Student, U of Zagreb, Croatia
Children – Library – Media: Children's library, mediator and guide between children and media

Irene Lopatovska, PhD Student, Rutgers U, New Brunswick, NJ, USA)
Finding vs. Using: Examination of the actual use of search results in the writing of college essays

Jindra Planková, PhD student, Opavě, Czeck Republik
Modern Trends and Approaches of Electronic Document Delivery Services in Special Libraries and Information Centres – Comparison of Developing Tendencies in the Czech Republic and Abroad

Milan Regec, PhD Student, U of Bratislava, Slowakia Digital Libraries As Resource Providers For Academic E-Learning

Ying Zhang, PhD Student, Rutgers U, New Brunswick, NJ, USA
Developing a Holistic Framework for Digital Library Evaluation