RISS Congress Papers/Presentations

IFLA/RISS presentations, Columbus 2016

Session 125 - Connecting Reference to the Wider Community - Reference and Information Services Section

IFLA/RISS presentations, Cape Town 2015

Session 190 - Surprise Yourselves! New Models of Reference and Information Services - Reference and Information Services Section

IFLA/RISS presentations, Lyon 2014

 All RISS speakers

Session 101 — Google is not enough: Reference and Information Services for the transfer of knowledge - reframing the discussion — Reference and Information Services

  • JANICE LOO (National Library Content & Services, National Library Board, Singapore, Singapore) and WUN HAN CHOW (National Library Content & Services, National Library Board, Singapore, Singapore) and BELINDA CHAN (National Library Content & Services, National Library Board, Singapore, Singapore) and SHARON TENG (National Library Content & Services, National Library Board, Singapore, Singapore)

IFLA/RISS presentations, Singapore 2013

Session 152 - Change as a constant: infinite possibilities for reference and information services - Reference and Information Services

Track 1: Open access and digital resources

  1. A living network supports reference on-the-go
    MOYO, Lesley and NARDINE, Jennifer
  2. Digital reference services for people with special needs: what, why and how?
    BHATTACHARYA, Udayan and ROY, Avik 
  3. Study on emerging technologies librarians: how a new library position and its competencies are evolving to meet the technology and information needs of libraries and their patrons
    RADNIECKI, Tara 
  4. Information services for the engineering community: explorations in the hybrid environment
    LENA, Sam and RAMAKRISHNAN, Rama Ravikumar and VENKATACHALAM, Kannadasan 
  5. Facing our future: social media takeover, coexistence or resistance? the integration of social media and reference services
    BENN, Jill and MCLOUGHLIN, Dawn 
  6. Connecting library content using data mining and text analytics on structured and unstructured data
    LIM, Chee Kiam and CHINNASAMY, Balakumar

IFLA/RISS presentations, Helsinki 2012

Generation Google needs us: new roles for visibility in the digital age for information & reference services - Reference and Information Services

Congress track 1: Open access and digital resources.

  • Does GENERATION Google REALLY need us? (slides)
    PETER SIDORKO (University Library, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China) and DIANNE CMOR (Hong Kong Baptist University Library, Hong Kong, China)

Conference presentations, Congress papers, Reference and Information Services

Last update: 27 June 2019