Poster Sessions

Poster presentations are scheduled for two, two-hour intervals between 12:00 and 14:00 on Monday 19 August and Tuesday 20 August 2013.

The "Best IFLA Poster 2013" which will be awarded during the Closing Session on Thursday 22 August 2013, will be selected from the posters presented in Singapore by a jury on behalf of the IFLA Professional Committee.

List of accepted posters:

1Collence ChisitaOvercoming boundaries of time and space in Zimbabwe: Using social media to network and empower Information ProfessionalsZimbabwe
2Shuzhen ZhaoLibrary User EducationCanada
3Vildan Coskun
& Abdullah Turan
Reading RainfallsTurkey
4Yasuyo InoueReal Library War in Japan: cases which has been accused, discussed, banned and solved in JapanJapan
5Regine SchmollingInfinite Possibilities: Students design future leaning environments for Bremen State and University LibraryGermany
6Yuka Sugimoto
& Taro Miura
"Horner Fellowship" program between Japan Library Association (JLA) and Arizona Library Association (AzLA): for the success of international exchangeJapan
7Loida Garcia-FeboThe Information Professional’s Role in the Future of Online Education: Infinite PossibilitiesUnited States
8Ulrike LangA new reference and information centre at Hamburg State and University LibraryGermany
9Ti YuCreating a Multi-Service Library for Learning and TeachingChina
10Donna McRostieThe long and winding road from aspiration to implementation – building a transformational digitisation capability at the University of Melbourne LibraryAustralia
11Pauline Nicholas
& Thelma White
& Karen Tyrel
Literacy4D@Your Library Campaign
(Literacy for Development)
12Amir Reza Asnafi
& Maryam Pakdaman Naeini
A survey on Iranian archivists to produce prototype archival software for Iranian archival centersRepublic of Iran
13Wen Li MongExhibiting Taiwan Memories: Book Exhibitions of National Taiwan Library's CollectionChina
14Julie Biando Edwards
& Jordan Hess
Readers Reaching Readers: Creating a Banned Books Video Project at Your LibraryUnited States
15Jean JinA Window To The World - An Introduction fo the "Window of Shanghai" Project of the Shanghai LibraryChina
16Pirjo SallménMedia Literacy for toddlersFinland
17Vesna CrnkovicProject AgroLib Ja – Fostering Cooperation Between the Library and Local CommunityRepublic of Serbia
18Petrusa MiholicThe Slovenian library association (SLA) facing the challenges from the futureslovenia
19Jacky Wong Kae PerngLibrary Services for Mobile Devices: The NIE Library ExperienceSingapore
20Michelle TisdelBeacon for Freedom of Expression International Censorship Database, A Resource for Future Libraries & Infinite PossibilitiesNorway
21Cornelia VonhofProcess Management in Libraries – Key to Quality and organisational ChangeGermany
22Jillian LimI “like” my Library: User engagement via Blogs, Facebook, Twitter and InstagramSingapore
23W. Bernard LukenbillAuthors Make Libraries Relevant: A Social Structure of Authors for YouthUnited States
24Sam BossNew Library, Inspiring FutureChina
25Fatima Mncube-BarnesEnhancing Dental Education with Smartphones and TabletsUnited States
26Alicia S. ParaisoThe Goethe-Institut Library in Southeast Asia: your gateway to Germany; meeting the challenges and opportunities of the futurePhilippines
27Marie PaivaThe Lennox Tierney Japanese Images CollectionUnited States
28Laima LapinieneThe Challenge: Library’s Computer Game Encourages Children to Go Back to SchoolLithuania
29Pussadee Nonthacumjane
& Chukiat Wongjaiharn
Future Libraries: Global Digital Collections Accessibility & Community Centres & Green LibrariesThailand
30Snunith ShohamMobile Library Project for Bedouin and Arab Children in IsraelIsrael
31Bjørn ChristiansenUnions wants opportunities and diversity – for all.Norway
32JC HenningFuture Libraries - Library Innovation HubSouth Africa
33Beba Stankovic“To whom life is a game, it always turns out to be more than a game”Republic of Serbia
34Chutima SacchanandInternationalization of Distance Education Program in Information Science: A Case of Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University (STOU) ThailandThailand
35Young Ran KimEnjoyable Reading Together with the LibraryRepublic of Korea
36Hao-Ren KeImportance and Feasibility of Performance Indicators for Academic Libraries in TaiwanChina
37Tord HøivikCount the traffic in your libraryNorway
38Shin FreedmanTrouble in Paradise: Bullying, Incivility and Mobbing in LibrariesUnited States
39Seyyed Abbas MarjaniComprehensive Analysis in Providing Research and Consulting Services from the Standpoints of Research Hall Members Located in Astan Quds Razavi Central LibraryIran
40Suzanne ImLibrary Residency Programs: Investing in the Future of LibrariesUnited States
41Suet Fen CHUITime of your life: Services for 50plusSingapore
42Bekti Mulatiningsih
& Kelly Johnson
Indonesian LIS professionals’ understanding of Library 2.0: a pilot studyIndonesia
43Marko NiemeläSound of sheets - Playing by the bookFinland
44Ding XiaoWenCulture landmarks: the library’s development in the expansion of China urbanization during the period from 2000 to 2013China
45Hamidreza Mokhtari AskiDesign and implement a digital reference in an agriculture library using TC technologyRepublic of Iran
46Biljana KosanovicWho uses library on a New Year’s Eve?Republic of Serbia
47Kate Byrne
& Alyson Dalby
International Librarians Network: creating an international professional learning network.Australia
48Karryl Kim A. SagunWhat does it meme? Using Internet memes to promote services of the Rizal LibraryPhilippines
49Jooza Al-MarriBridging with Knowledge Qatar’s Heritage and Future- New Qatar National Library ProjectQatar
50Takashi KogaCollaboration of Libraries, Archives and Museums: A Perspective from JapanJapan
51Jongyup HanBecoming the 21st century's new Poseidon - The ocean library floating on waves of love!Republic of Korea
52Franck Hurinville
& Elisabeth Freyre
Bibliothèque nationale de France, at the confluence of peoples and knowledgeFrance
53Alicia BlayaIMPACT Centre of Competence in DigitisationSpain
54Chia Wai YingMobile 3D Library MapSingapore
55Agnese GaleffiBEIC Digital LibraryItaly
56Marian KorenLibrary entrepreneurship in The NetherlandsNetherlands
57Teja Koler PovhThe world OA initiative for scientific communication in civil engineering and institutional repository as its answer – the case study of SloveniaSlovenia
58Christel MahnkeComiconnexions and CityTales: Libraries connect Comic Fans and Comic Artists in Germany and South East AsiaIndonesia
59Thomas ChaimbaultA new French professional association “Légothèque” : from fighting against stereotypes to promoting inclusionFrance
60Raphaëlle Bats
& Philippe Colomb
On or off the premises: An historical regards on fifteen years of digital academic librariesFrance
61Grégoire MochulpichData logs : what can be deduced from and about your behaviour.France
62Vatita EuacharoenA Ph.D. Dissertation proposal to develop an Organizational Memory Management Model in Thai UniversitiesThailand
63Susan SchnuerRewarding Innovation: The American Library Association Presidential Citation for Innovative International Library ProjectsUnited States
64Sharon Dennis
& Rebecca Brown
& Cynthia Olney
Measuring Our Impact: Behavioral Changes as a Result of a Blended Learning ClassUnited States
65Iris Maria de Souza CarvalhoINCA’s Library System ProjectsBrazil
66Barbara J. FordTwenty Years of Successful Professional Development: the Mortenson Center ModelUnited States
67Sabine StummeyerEven more new skills for future librarians ??Germany
68Rae-Anne Montague
& Lucas McKeever
Mix IT Up!: Cultivating Youth Advocacy in Library and Information ScienceUnited States
69Rossanna dos Santos S. RubimIntegrated Library System: Iimplementation Experience of Instituto Federal Do Espírito Santo (Brazil)Brazil
70Sandra Hirsh“Virtual Conferences: Bringing Information Professionals From Around the World Together in New Ways”United States
71Shali ZhangLook into the Future: Technology considerations for Library Learning SpaceUnited States
72Somrux SahapongFrom traditional medical library to learning resource center :Ramathibodi Hospital experienceThailand
73Wan Wee Pin
& Jaclyn Teo
& Sara Pek
& Damien Wang
S.U.R.E.: A nation-wide campaign to promote information literacy awareness to SingaporeansSingapore
74Shu-hsien Tseng
& Hsiao-ming Yu
& Wen-de Huang
Preservation, Sharing, and Cooperation of Cultural Heritage at the National Central LibraryChina
75Ewa BarczykInternational Collaborative Internships between Taiwan and United States: New Opportunities for Future Librarians in Advancing Global Understanding.United States
76Sue McKerracherWhat a difference a year makes: Australia’s National Year of Reading 2012Australia
77Shiho SuzukiThe Librarians of FukushimaJapan
78Malivan PraditteeraLibrary’s role in Information Literacy Practices and Promotion in Thai Private UniversitiesThailand
79Grace Ajuwon
& Samuel A. Bello
Information Literacy for Continuing Professional Development: A case study of medical doctors in NigeriaNigeria
80Petra Hauke
& Maria Staufenbiel
The GREEN Library – Sustainable Buildings, Management and ServicesGermany
81Eriko AmanoCreating the Future Ecosystem of Academic Resources in Kyushu UniversityJapan
82Patchara PipitkulCommunity Library for sustainable learning research and development on the community librarypProject of Srinakharinwirot University,ThailandThailand
83Mary Ellen K. DavisTaking Hold of the Future: Demonstrating the Role of Academic Libraries and Student SuccessUnited States
84Mohammad Mahdi Jahani YektaUniversity Libraries: Mirrors of Dissertation Research TrendsRepublic of Iran
85Rafael BallScientometrics in LibrariesGermany
86Anneli Sepp and Kristina Pai“Digitalgud” – Cataloguing can be funlEstonia
87Ana Lúcia LeiteBibliotherapy and Critical Reading for Citizenship Formation Among the Students of the Institute of Blindness of Paraiba “ADALGISA CUNHA”Brazil
88Judith Lin HuntDemonstrate Our Value: Take a Snapshot!United States
89Susanne RiedelCome and Stay a While - Discover Libraries in Germany!Germany
90Inedia Omon Henrietta
& Muhamed Bilkisu
& Sayyadi Amina Maje
Reading Culture: A Quest for Sustainable Develoopment in Nigerian ChildrenNigeria
91Monica PereiraTo See and Understand: Spatial Literacy as a Key Information Literacy SkillUnited States
92Kathrin KnautzFighting for Information Literacy - Gamification in Knowledge Representation InstructionGermany
93Maureen WhiteSchool Librarian: Early LINK to Literacy and LearningUnited States
94Emerald LeungRedesign your future – students reinvent libraries, control their reading journeysSingapore
95Joan C. H. Hsu3 spotlights in the National Library of Public InformationChina
96Wah Fong BoeyOne Library Project, Infinite ApplicationsAustralia
97Sandra Phoenix
& Cynthia L. Henderson
& Louis Stokes
The HBCU Library Alliance Leadership Program: Protecting the Legacy, Library Leadership through CooperationUnited States
98Durk Hyun ChangInformation Services for Ethnic Minorities in South KoreaRepublic of Korea
99Minyoung HwangWin-Win strategy for libraries, publishers and vendors through Integrated System for CIP and ISBN/ISSN of the National Library of Korea (the NLK) : One-click request for CIP/ISBN allocation within one websiteRepublic of Korea
100Ursula GeorgyA Marketing Toolkit for Public LibrariesGermany
101Brian Geiger
& Alyssa Pacy
Patron Engagement through User Text CorrectionUnited States
102Maria Margarida VarguesOrganizational structure in university libraries: how to change?Portugal
103Ms. Lallaisangzuali
& C. Lawmzuala
What lies beyond: Prospective development of village libraries and its services in Mizoram, IndiaIndia
104Russell Lynch and Michael HallHonor Cultural Heritage Through GenealogyUnited States
105Claudia Moreno BatresReadingcycleGuatemala
106Dijana Sabolovic-KrajinaNAPLE Sister Libraries Programme: Cooperation of public libraries in Koprivnica, Croatia and Sastamala, Finland : An example of inspiring practiceCroatia
107Karol WilczynskaRenominating Douglas Cockerell's 1901 Bookbinding, and the care of books; a handbook for amateurs, bookbinders and librariansNew Zeeland
108Martin Julius V. Perez
& Teresita C. Moran
Far Eastern University Library: the 2012 Philippine Academic/Research Librarians, Inc. (PAARL) Outstanding Academic/Research LibraryPhilippines
109Elizabeth Jean BrumfieldGames and Information LiteracyUnited States
110Shih-chang Horng"Watching movies through your heart"- a special event for visually impaired peopleChina

Inger Krueger
& Kulthum Abu Baker
& Latifa AlQubaisi

From student to colleague: an Abu Dhabi experienceUnited Arab Emirates
112Sanjana ShresthaCommunity Libraries for Women's EmpowermentNepal
113Thinley ChodenWomen Represent: Raising Awareness on the Importance of Women's Participation in Public SpacesBhutan
114Nora Fe AlajarCommunity Partnership for Economic OpportunityPhilippines
115Heike vom Orde Is there an app for that? Why children love to learn with touch screen media Germany
116Rajes ChelliahEquity, diversity and public librariesAustralia
117Miki F. MurakiHow to enjoy manga in the digital ageJapan
118Puttachart SiributrSustainable development through telecentres in ThailandThailand
119Megan FitzgibbonsHidden collections: A holistic approach to map collection analysisCanada
120Victoria OkojieEmerging Initiatives In African LibrariesNigeria
121Meakara Teng
& Lori Silverstein
& Frederick Zarndt
From the Stacks to the Web, via Phnom Penh Singapore National Library newspaper digitization project creates jobs for youth in CambodiaCambodia
122Maha KumaranVisible Minority Librarians of Canada Network ViMLoCCanada
123Alexander ChentsovTaking the past into the futureRussian Federation
124Sonthaya SaleeA Development of a Customer-Focused Library Service Model for Rajabhat UniversityThailand
125Finn – the virtual library for kids in Denmark (Pallesgavebod= humorous slang for something given to someone for free)Denmark
126Steffen Nissen
& Søren Dahl Mortensen
Harry Potter – Organised play in urban space, An exposition of the “Harry Potter Festival” live in Odense DenmarkDenmark
127Joseph Hafner
& Amy Buckland
Play me the Song of Your People: International music scores in HathiTrust.orgCanada
128Andy NealeSupplejack and the new aggregation pipelinesNew Zealand
129Frederic BlinLa Revue de la BNU, or how to speak otherwise of librariesFrance
130Irmhild SchaeferIntegrating conservation education and training into a university curriculum: The approach of the Bavarian State Library (Munich, Germany)Germany


The "Best IFLA Poster 2013" which will be awarded during the Closing Session on Thursday 22 August 2013, will be selected from the posters presented in Singapore by a jury on behalf of the IFLA Professional Committee.

For more information please contact:
Lidia Putziger,

Administrative Officer

Last update: 19 August 2013