Project: 2016-1-HR01-KA203-022180

FEIS 2018 - Final Programme

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September 10

Opening and welcome
prof. Francesco Marcelloni, Vice Rector for International Cooperation and Relations
prof. Gian-Luigi Ferrari, Director of the Department of Computer Science
EINFOSE project presentation
Invited lecture
Leif Kajberg (School of Library and Information Science, Denmark)
Has-been reflections from backstage: a still keen LIS observer’s look at LIS Education and Europe
Coffee break
Polona Vilar and Maja Žumer (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Unified entry requirements for information science programmes? Do we know who we want to attract?
Presentation of the recommendations for entry requirements and harmonization of learning outcomes
General discussion with the audience about requirements and EINFOSE recommendations
Information Science in different countries (parallel session, Aula Magna, ground floor)

Valentina Brezhneva, Anna Gruzova, Albina Krymskaya and Linara Soloveva (Saint Peterburg State University of Culture, Russia)
LIS education in St. Petersburg State University of Culture: trends and traditions

Birgit Hörzer and Christian Schlögl (University of Graz, Austria)
Library Education in Austria

Katherine Howard (Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia)
Information science - an emerging generalist discipline in Australia?

Alena Katina (Saint Peterburg State University of Culture, Russia)
BiblioFest as an educational practice for starting professional career: Russian experience

Rositsa Krasteva, Daniela Pavlova and Tsvetelina Nakova (State University of Library and Information Technologies, Sofia, Bulgaria)
Opportunities of continuing education in the implementation of Standards in the library-community centers of Bulgaria

Sanjica Faletar Tanacković, Jure Žilić (University of Osijek, Croatia) , Serap Kurbanoglu and Yurdagul Unal (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
Student perceptions of LIS programs and profession: Study among undergraduates in Croatia and Turkey
Theoretical issues and research into education (parallel session, Room F2, second floor)

Mario Hibert (University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina) Posthuman Condition - Epistemic Disruption: How Information (Science) Lost Its Body to Data-Based Knowledge

Cedrik Zellmann and Ina Blümel (German National Library of Science and Technology & University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hannover, Germany) Systems librarian, IT librarian, data librarian – Demand for graduates in Germany, Austria and Switzerland: a quantitative job advertisement analysis

Julia Göretz, Christine Meschede, Daniel Witte and Kathrin Knautz (Heinrich Heine University, Dűsseldorf, Germany) Enhancing E-Learning Experiences in Higher Education: Implementation of QR Codes in a Gamified Environment

Antonio Giovanni Schiavone (IEEE, Roma, Italy)
Is Moodle accessible? An Analysis through experiences in scientific literature and a case study
Coffee break
Invited lecture
David Bawden (City, University London, UK)
"Never again the in the history of humanity": information education for onlife
Two minutes madness
Presentations of posters (2 minutes each)
Poster session
Wine and cheese

Antje Michel, Constanze Langer and Frank Heidmann (Fachhochschule Potsdam, Germany)
Curriculum-Design NOT plain vanilla

Tsvetelina Nakova, Daniela Pavlova and Rositsa Krasteva (State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies, Sofia, Bulgaria)
Education in standardization at the University of Library Studies and Information Technologies – Sofia

Christine Meschede (Heinrich Heine University Dűsseldorf, Germany), Virginia Ortiz-Repiso (University Carlos III, Madrid, Spain) and Marco Kluin (Heinrich Heine University, Dűsseldorf, Germany)
Library and Information Science Education in Europe: Building an Interactive Map

Alberto Petrucciani (Sapienza University, Rome, Italy) and Simona Turbanti (University of Pisa, Italy)
Social media in higher education: a new "collegiality" for students and researchers? The case of Italian LIS studies

Armin Straube (UCL Qatar, London, UK)
“Records management and data management quite literally mean the same thing.”– The Integration of Archives, Records and Data Management into the MLIS Programme at UCL Qatar

Boris Bosančić and Boris Badurina (University of Osijek, Croatia)
Which ICT competencies should be required by students enrolled at graduate programs in Information Science?

Elena Giglia (University of Torino, Italy)
OPERAS: bringing the long tail of Social Sciences and Humanities into Open Science

Zbigniew Gruszka and Mariola Antczak (University of Lodz, Poland)
How to Make New in Age of Competition? Creating New Education Offer in the field of Information Science in Poland on the Example of University of Lodz

Additional posters will be announced

September 11

Invited lecture
Gary Marchionini (School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)
Information Science Roles in Data Science

Matilde Fontanin (Università La Sapienza - Università di Trieste)
Information professionals taking charge of their career: competencies and attitudes to sail safely on the sea of digital revolution

Primoz Juznic (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) , Flavia Renon (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada), and Tilen Heco (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Towards building strong LIS education: Preliminary findings from an international environmental scan of LIS education, certification and professional identity (European focus)

Melanie Siegel (Hochschule Darmastadt, Germany)
Information Science Education in Darmstadt

Zinaida Manžuch and Edita Sėdaitytė (Faculty of Communication, Vilnius University, Lithuania)
Thriving at work: understanding how initiative librarians take opportunities and cope with challenges
Coffee break
In search of a balance among human, technology, and information dimensions in creating a new curriculum
Panel moderator
Javed Mostafa (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and editor-in-chief of the Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology – ASIS&T)
Gary Marchionini (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA) Fidelia Ibekwe SanJuan (University of Aix-Marseille, France) David Bowden (City University, London, UK) Sanda Erdelez (Simmons College, USA) Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić (EINFOSE coordinator, University of Osijek, Croatia)
Invited lecture
Anna Maria Tammaro (DILL International Master Digital Library Learning, University of Parma, Italy)
The Benefits and challenges of internationalization of LIS education: cooperative efforts and joint courses experiences in Europe
Internationalization and international cooperation

Thomas Mandl (University of Hildesheim, Germany), Stefan Dreisiebner (University of Graz, Austria), Paul Libbrecht (DIPF, Germany), and Juan-Jose Bote (University of Barcelona, Spain)
Challenges for International und Multilingual MOOCs: A case study for the ILO Information Literacy online learning service

Tor Arne Dahl (Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway), Mats Dahlström, Alen Doracic and Elena Macevičiūtė (University of Borås, Sweden)
Scandinavian cooperation in teaching a joint Master’s course on e-books

Folker Caroli (University of Hildesheim, Germany), Dowan Kim (Pai Chai University, South Korea), Sangwok Kim, Thomas Mandl (University of Hildesheim, Germany), Christian Schlögl (University of Graz, Austria), Dongback Seo (Chungbuk National University, South Korea) and Christa Womser-Hacker (University of Hildesheim, Germany)
Multidisciplinarity and interculturality in higher education: The Case of the Joint Degree Master Programme Global Studies on Management and Information Science

Virginia Ortiz Repiso and Ana R. Pacios (University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain)
European Trends in LIS Education, as represented in WoS: 2000-2017
Closing remarks
Social event: guided tour of the Monumental Camposanto (max 30 participants, booking at the registration desk)
Social event: farewell dinner at restaurant La Clessidra

September 12 (Room L2, second floor)

Workshop of ASIS&T European Chapter
Lunch on your own
Meeting of ASIS&T European Chapter

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