18:00 - 21:00 Get Together

Conference Day 1 - 2019-05-06
9:00 Opening
Thorsten Meyer, Chief Librarian and Deputy Director, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
9:15 – 10:15 Keynote: Customer Voices
"What do researchers need? What kind of support do they need/expect?"
Mikael Laakso, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
10:15 – 11.00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30 Session Predatory Journals / Fake Journals / Fake Science
The role of the library as gatekeeper /censor/ IL-specialist. Open peer-review and new indicator systems as a way to battle predatory journals?
"What Is To Be Done about Predatory Journals?"
John Willinsky, Stanford Graduate School of Education, USA

"Defying Predatory Publishing – Responsibility of Universities and Libraries?"
Karin Lackner and Clara Ginther, University of Graz, Austria
12:30 – 14.00 Lunch
Optional Walk and tour to Open UP! Exhibition in Grimm Centre
14:00 – 16:00 Session New Services and their Impact
"Alexa Attends Harvard Business School: A New Voice-Enabled Business Information Service from Baker Library"
Michael Hemment and Stephanie Oliver, Harvard Business School, USA

"Digital Badging, Information Literacy, and Business School Curriculum: preparing students for the workplace through micro-credentials"
Wendy Pothier, University of New Hampshire, USA
"Measuring the Impact of Library Services for Campus Incubators: A Case Study"
Timothy Tully, San Diego State University (SDSU), USA

"Operationalizing a New Business Model at the HEC Montréal Library"
Bernard Bizimana, HEC Montréal, Canada

16:00 – 16.30 Coffee Break
16:30 – 17:30 Session Open Access Landscape and Access to FED Services
"Monitoring Open Access and FAIR data"
Anna Mette Morthorst, Royal Danish Library, Denmark

"A Rapid Overview of St. Louis Fed Economic Information Services: FRED, FRASER, EconLowdown, RePEc, etc."
Christian Zimmermann, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, USA

19:00 Conference Dinner

Conference Day 2 - 2019-05-07
9:00 – 10:30 Panel Digital Transformation
Software and data skills will become more important, some traditional skills may become less important. Many libraries require metadata and research-data specialists but what exactly is their job description and where do they come from? Are new study programs or life-long-learning going to fill the gaps? Are Libraries just reacting to or driving the changes? Will changes affect all parts of the library or only some?

Chris Erdmann, Library Carpentry
Ragna Seidler-de Alwis, University of Applied Sciences (TH Köln), Cologne, Germany
Suzanne Wones, Harvard University, USA
Moderator: David Patrician

10:30 – 10.45 Short Break
10:45 – 12:00 Poster Session
Lightning talks presenting Posters in plenum, then chance to visit individual posters.
"DigiFit: how to start a digital transformation"
Gosia Cabaj and Thomas Meyer, Goethe-Institut, Athens (Greece)

"Building an interactive OER Tutorial. The Micro Level"
Nicole Krueger, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre of Economics, Kiel, Germany

" « Not just documentation providers … » : changing the perception of the library by designing new services for researchers"
Christine Okret-Manville, Paris-Dauphine University Library, France

"Business information in an era of big data and digitisation"
Ragna Seidler-de Alwis, University of Applied Sciences (TH Köln), Cologne, Germany

"Library and Technology: IE Library as a tool in the digital transformation of education’s Reinvention and Research"
Noelia Romero and Maria Belen Real, IE Library, Madrid, Spain

"Developing extended liaison competence in finance: skills in a new terrain"
Sigrid Noer Gimse, Norwegian Business School of Oslo, Norway

"Connected services, modularity and choice in researcher workflows"
Tamir Borensztajn, EBSCO, USA

"How users’ experience changed in the case of United Nations Sales Publications"
Deborah Grbac, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano, Library, Italy

12:00 – 13.00 Lunch (lunchtime can also be used to visit posters)
13:00 – 14:30 Session Research Data and Journal Data Policies
"Data policy"

"The quest for replicability: A review of research data policies in economics journals"
Melody Chin and Danping Dong, Singapore Management University

"Data Policies of Economics Journals - Shifting Boundaries?"
Sven Vlaeminck, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre of Economics, Hamburg, Germany

14:30 – 15.00 Coffee Break
15:00 – 16:30 Session Research Data, Data Mining and Visualization
"A two-stage model to reveal a university’s research data landscape and faculty’s research data practices at an institutional level"
Thomas Seyffertitz and Michael Katzmayr, WU University, Vienna, Austria

"Erasmus Data Service Centre (EDSC): Your FAIR Research Data Solution"
Paul Plaatsman, Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), the Netherlands

Lars Lund Thomsen, Aarhus University, Denmark

16:30 - 17:00 Wrap up and Farewell
Thorsten Meyer, Chief Librarian and Deputy Director, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, and Program Committee members