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Conference Session 84

Brave New World: Teaching and Learning Special Collections Librarianship

Rare Books and Manuscripts

18 августа 2014 09:00 - 17:30 | Off-site

  • Welcome
    GILLES EBOLI (Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon, Lyon, France)
  • Session 1:
  • Introduction: Brave New World: Special Collections in Transition
    EDWIN C. SCHROEDER (Yale University, United States)
  • What should we teach? (Competencies and curricula)
    RAPHAËLE MOUREN (Warburg Institute/ENSSIB, France)
  • Core competencies for a variety of specialist practitioners
    MARK DIMINUTION (Library of Congress, Washington DC, United States)
  • Collection-oriented approach
    SIMON ELIOT (University of London, London, United Kingdom)
  • Institution-oriented approach
    GARRELT VERHOEVEN (University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • The view from the library director’s office
    WINSTON TABB (Johns Hopkins University, United States)
  • Panel Discussion: What is the ideal curriculum?
  • Session 2: How do we teach? (Modes of delivery, purpose and intent, audience)
    Moderator: ANGELA NUOVO (University of Udine, Udine, Italy)
  • Continuing education programs
    SIMON ELIOT (University of London, London, United Kingdom)
  • Certificate programs
    TERRY WELCH (University of Illinois, United States)
  • On-line and distance learning
    HELEN VINCENT (National Library of Scotland, Scotland, United Kingdom)
  • Degree programs
    RAPHAËLE MOUREN (Warburg Institute/ENSSIB, France)
  • Session 3: Using special collections to support education
    Moderator: CLAUDIA FABIAN (Bavarian State Library, Germany)
  • Case study: Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon
    MONIQUE HULVEY (Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon, France)
  • Case study: Uppsala University
    PETER SJÖKVIST (Uppsala University, Sweden)
  • Educating the general public: Exhibitions, “laboratories,” storytelling, social media
    DARYL GREEN (University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom)
  • Leveraging collections for promotion and marketing
    MARK DIMINUTION (Library of Congress, Washington DC, United States)
  • Panel discussion
  • Session 4: Future trends in leadership and management
    Moderator: DAVID FARNETH (Getty Research Institute, United States) (5-minute “lightning” presentations followed by 5 minutes of discussion)
  • New types of physical collections
    GARRELT VERHOEVEN (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • Open content and the democratization of information
    KRISTER ÖSTLUND (Uppsala University, Sweden)
  • Sharing collections and metadata; uniting collections virtually
    ISABEL GARCIA-MONGE (Spanish Bibliographical Heritage Union Catalogue, Spain)
  • Managing digitized collections; Physical and digital: a complementary relationship
    CLAUDIA FABIAN (Bavarian State Library, Germany)
  • Selecting, acquiring, managing, and preserving born digital collections
    DAVID FARNETH (Getty Research Institute, United States)
  • Session 5: Responses from the audience: Future trends and educational requirements
    Moderator: KRISTER ÖSTLUND (Uppsala University, Sweden)
  • Summation and insights
    JAN BOS (National Library of the Netherlands, The Hague, Netherlands)

Location: Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon

The presentations are followed by a tour of the Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon 
4 groups of 15 (2 in English; 2 in French)


Last update: 10 July 2014