Vorankündigung: A Library Policy for Europe (Wien, 7.-9.5.2009)

A Library Policy for Europe

The European Bureau of Library, Information and Documentation Associations (EBLIDA), the National Authorities on Public Libraries in Europe (NAPLE), the Büchereiverband Öster­reichs (BVOE) and the Vereinigung öster­rei­chi­scher Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekare (VOEB) will hold a joint con­fe­rence on library policy in Vienna, Austria.

7th - 9th May 2009
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Dr. Ignaz Seipel-Platz 2
1010 Vienna

Website: http://www.conference.bvoe.at

Friday, May 8th 2009

Venue: Austrian Academy of Sciences / Festsaal

09:00 Registration
10:30 Welcome and opening
Roswitha Schipfer, Chair of the Austrian Library Association
Maria Seissl, Vice-President of the Austrian Association of Librarians
Maria Antonia Carrato, Chair of NAPLE
Claudia Schmied, Austrian Minister for Education, Arts and Culture
11:15 «A library policy for Europe«
Gerald Leitner, President EBLIDA
11:30 Library policy and legis­la­tion
(Chair: Gerald Leitner, President EBLIDA)

  • “Libraries on the agenda”, Claudia Lux, IFLA President
  • “Library legis­la­tion in Europe”, Barbara Schleihagen, Director German Library Association
  • “Visibility of public library objec­tives in natio­nal legis­la­tion and poli­cies”, Barbro Wigell-Ryyanen, Councilor for Library Affairs, Ministry of Education, Finland & Jens Thorhauge, Director, Danish Agency for Libraries and Media
  • Panel Discussion
13:00 Lunch
14:00 The role of libra­ries in a European per­spec­tive
(Chair: Bob McKee, Chief Executive, CILIP)

  • “Libraries in the Modern Society” – Paul Sturges, Chair IFLA-FAIFE
  • “The i2010 initia­tive and beyond” – Javier Hernandez-Ros, European Commission (TBC)
  • “Stimulating the libra­ries of Europe – An ana­ly­sis of European pro­gram­mes” – Breda Karun, Country Library National Coordinator, Slovenia
  • Panel Discussion
15:30 Coffee/Tea
16:00 Libraries of the future: crea­ting access for Europe
(Chair: Bas Savenije, Member of the EBLIDA Executive Committee)

  • «EUROPEANA – Access to cul­ture for all?» – Jill Cousins, Executive Director, EDL Foundation
  • «Open Access: deli­ve­r­ing a European agenda for teaching, learning and rese­arch» - Paul Ayris, Director, University College London Library Services
  • «The trans­for­ma­tion of copy­right» – Toby Bainton, Chair, EBLIDA Expert Group on Information Law/British Library
  • Panel Discussion
17:30 Closure
20:00 Conference Dinner

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