Program

2016-04-18
18:30 - 20:30 Get Together
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Conference Day 1 - 2016-04-19
9:00 Opening
Thorsten Meyer, Chief Librarian and Deputy Director, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
9:15 – 10:30 Keynote
"Transparency and Trust: Towards the Promise of Open Science"
Liz Lyon, PhD, Visiting Professor, University of Pittsburgh
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10:30 – 11.00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30 Session Research Support
"Making connections - working with the new Research and Innovation Office (RIO)"
Mary Betts Gray, Cranfield University, UK
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"Reshaping the Library to improve the Research Support"
Teresa Malo de Molina, Charles III University of Madrid, Spain
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"More than just access to e-resources: Expanding the Library offer for researchers at the University of Warwick"
Antony Brewerton / Yvonne Budden, University of Warwick, UK
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12:30 – 14.00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:30 Workshop on Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) and Libraries, Part I Workshop on Ebook Strategies, Part I

Learn about and discuss issues of interoperability and why CRIS are a topic for libraries.
Topics: The role of EuroCRIS, why Repositories and CRISs are complementary and should work together : DSpace-CRIS as an example, and how CRISs are key to the future of research libraries.

Experts present at the workshop:
Anna Clements, University of St Andrews Library, UK
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Michelle Mennielli
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Andrea Bollini, CINECA, Italy and EuroCRIS

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Friedrich Summann, University Library Bielefeld, Germany
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Abstract

Learn about the varied experiences in different countries with ebook business models and discuss questions like: What are the main problems scientific libraries are faced with? Which terms of use are acceptable? How do scientists and students use ebooks? What influence do ebooks have on the development of the library holdings/collections? What are your experiences with PDA? What about the cost/performance ratio of ebooks? How to calculate it?

Experts present at the workshop:
Belen Real, IE Library, Spain
Michaela Hammerl, Bavarian State Library, Germany
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Michel Fraysse, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole, France
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Jane Marshall, University of Manchester Library, UK
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15:30 – 16.00 Coffee Break
16:00 – 17:30 Workshop on Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) and Libraries, Part II Workshop on Ebook Strategies, Part II
Learn about and discuss issues of interoperability and why CRIS are a topic for libraries.
Topics: The role of EuroCRIS, why Repositories and CRISs are complementary and should work together : DSpace-CRIS as an example, and how CRISs are key to the future of research libraries.

Experts present at the workshop:
Anna Clements, University of St Andrews Library, UK
Michelle Mennielli and
Andrea Bollini, CINECA, Italy and EuroCRIS

Friedrich Summann, University Library Bielefeld, Germany
Learn about the varied experiences in different countries with ebook business models and discuss questions like: What are the main problems scientific libraries are faced with? Which terms of use are acceptable? How do scientists and students use ebooks? What influence do ebooks have on the development of the library holdings/collections? What are your experiences with PDA? What about the cost/performance ratio of ebooks? How to calculate it?

Experts present at the workshop:
Belen Real, IE LIbrary Spain
Michaela Hammerl, Bavarian State Library, Germany
Michel Fraysse, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole, France
Jane Marshall, University of Manchester Library, UK
19:00 Conference Dinner


Conference Day 2 - 2016-04-20
9:00 – 10:30 Discussion on Skills and Restructuring
What are the challenges our institutions are facing in the next years? Which core competencies do our staff need to meet these challenges? How do you ensure that you gain and maintain these core competencies? Are structural changes necessary to achieve an optimal fit with the university/to provide optimal services? What have you done so far? How do you deal with innovation and new services? New autonomous project groups vs. using existing structure?
Susanne Dalsgaard Krag, Aarhus University Library, Denmark
Gulcin Cribb, Singapore Management University, Republic of Singapore
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Daniel Forsman, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Chris Flegg, Said Business School, Oxford University, UK
Moderator: Bill Thompson, BBC, UK

10:30 – 11.00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30 Research Data
In this track we discuss: "Which roles can libraries play in research data management? How can they support their researchers?" Three presentations with practical examples.
"Setting up a Research Data Management Support Service at LSE"
Laurence Horton, London School of Economics (LSE), UK
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"Research Data Management: integrating Library data collections with research data management services"
Thomas Bourke, European University Institute (EUI), Florence, Italy
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"National Research Data Services for Economics in Germany and the role of the ZBW"
Sven Vlaeminck, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre of Economics, Germany
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12:30 – 13.30 Lunch
13:30 – 15:00 Gold Open Access
Main ideas of the track: How can Gold Open Access be accomplished? Are there  differences between Journal Publishing and Monographs? Which role can academic institutions play in the game? What's in it for commercial publishers?
"IZA Journals and IZA World of Labor: Open access academic and policy journals in labor economics"
Olga Nottmeyer, Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA), Bonn, Germany
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"REGION, The journal of ERSA, powered by WU: a first evaluation after two years"
Gunther Maier, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
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"Publishing of Open Access Monographs in Economics and the Social Sciences"
Jan-Peter Wissink, Amsterdam University Press, Netherlands
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15:00 – 15.30 Coffee Break
15:30 – 16.30 Science 2.0 and Open Science Practices
We give a brief introduction into the concepts and common practices of Science 2.0 and Open Science. With the example of research data, we further present recent study results about data sharing practices, data policies in funding programs, and the replicability of research results. For some results the economics are addressed in particular.
"About Science 2.0 and Open Science"
Guido Scherp, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre of Economics, Germany
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"Perspectives on Academic Data Sharing"
Benedikt Fecher, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society / German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), Germany
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16:30 - 17:00 Wrap up and Farewell
Thorsten Meyer, Deputy Director, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics



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