IATUL 2012 Detailed Programme 
The papers and presentations are now available at the Purdue Repository.  Any queries regarding the collection may be directed to David Scherer, Scholarly Repository Specialist for Purdue e-Pubs, at dscherer@purdue.edu.

Overall schedule 


Date

Timing

Event

Venue

3 Jun (Sun)

Evening

Welcome Reception

The Pod, National Library Building

4 Jun (Mon)

Full-day

Conference

Nanyang Executive Centre, Nanyang Technological University

Evening

Welcome Dinner

Carlton Hotel

5 Jun (Tue)

Full-day

Conference

Nanyang Executive Centre, Nanyang Technological University

2nd half of afternoon

IATUL General Assembly

Visits to NTU Libraries

Nanyang Technological University

6 Jun (Wed)

Full-day

Singapore Learning Journey

Pickup points:

1) Nanyang Executive Centre
2) Grand Park City Hall Hotel 

For details and location  map, please go to the Networking and Social Programme page.

7 Jun (Thur)

Full-day

Conference

Nanyang Executive Centre, Nanyang Technological University

Evening

Closing Dinner

Grand Park City Hall


Detailed schedule ( 3 Jun | 4 Jun | 5 Jun | 6 Jun | 7 Jun | download )


Pre-conference programme – 3 June 2012 (Sun)

Programme Venue

IATUL BOARD MEETING
(only for IATUL Board members)

09:30 – 17:00

Gnosis Room, National Library Building, level 14

REGISTRATION AND WELCOME RECEPTION

17:30 – 19:30

The Pod, National Library Building, level 16

 

Conference programme (Day 1) – 4 June 2012 (Mon)

Session ID Programme Venue

REGISTRATION & ARRIVAL COFFEE/TEA
08:00 – 09:00

Nanyang Executive Centre (NEC) Auditorium

OPENING SESSION
09:00 – 09:30

Welcome by Conference Organizing Chair, Mr. Choy Fatt Cheong
Welcome remarks by President of IATUL, Prof. Ainslie Dewe
Opening address by NTU President, Prof. Bertil Andersson
Opening ceremony
FIRST KEYNOTE SESSION
09:30 – 10:20
K111 THEME A - Libraries, technocentricity and learning : Changes in learning, research and information needs and behavior of users

Prof. Rakesh Kumar (The University of New South Wales, Australia)

[Moderator : Imogen Garner]
MORNING TEA
10:20 – 10:45
NEC Main Lounge
FIRST PLENARY SESSION
10:45 – 12:20

[Moderator : Dr. James Mullins]
NEC Auditorium
M111 21st century librarians for 21st century libraries

Alena Ptak-Danchak (University of Oxford, UK)
M112

What do we do for our users? New services for the research and learning communities at a research university

Dr. Wolfram Neubauer (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland)

M121 Redefining the service experience: forging collaboration between librarians and students

Andrea Phillips, Jenny Ellis  (University of Melbourne, Australia)
M122 Library services for the future: engaging with our customers to determine wants and needs

Sue Roberts (State Library of Victoria, Australia), Alison Stevenson, Maureen Gildea, Rachel Esson (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
S111 PLATINUM SPONSOR PRESENTATION (Elsevier)
12:20 - 12:30

  LUNCH
12:30 – 13:30
NEC Main Lounge
  SECOND PLENARY SESSION (TRACK A) – LEARNING & USERS
13:30 – 15:05

[Moderator : Prof. Christopher Khoo]
NEC Auditorium

M113

Riding the wave: move beyond text

Uwe Rosemann, Dr. Irina Sens (German National Library of Science and Technology, Germany)
M124 Where is the library in the digital workflow of research? – See the Mendeley Institutional Edition in action

Michael Leuschner (Swets, Netherlands)
M123 Beyond Boolean, towards thinking: discovery systems and information literacy

Dianne Cmor, Xin Li (Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong)
M114 Building a new generation science library: the KAUST story

Joseph Branin, Yi Yu, Dr. Rashed S. Alzahrani (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Library, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)
  AFTERNOON TEA
15:05 - 15:20
NEC Main Lounge
PARALLEL SESSION 1A – LEARNING & USERS: INFORMATION LITERACY
15:20 – 16:35

[Moderator : Louis Houle]
NEC Lecture Room 1
P111 Strategies for integrating information literacy and academic literacy: helping undergraduate students make the most of scholarly articles

Margy MacMillan, Allison Mackenzie  (Mount Royal University, Canada)
P112 Shaping the way of instruction: fusion of games, lecture and theatrical techniques vs. traditional lecture type of library instruction: examining its effectiveness in undergraduate library instruction

Harold Torralba Franco, Bob Cauilan  (De La Salle University, Philippines)
P113 Undergraduate students’ information literacy behaviour in Chulalongkorn University

Dr. Somsak Sriborisutsakul, Chindarat Berpan, Dr. Oranuch Sawetrattanasatian, Duangnate Vongpradhip, Nenuphar Supavej, Wachiraporn Klungthanaboon, Saowapha Limwichitr (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)

PARALLEL SESSION 1B – TECHNOLOGY & NEW MEDIA: SOCIAL MEDIA
15:20 – 16:35

[Moderator : Craig Anderson]

NEC Auditorium
P121

Social media for international students - it's not all about Facebook

Dr. Grace Saw, Wendy Abbott, Jessie Donaghey, Carolyn McDonald (Bond University, Australia)

P122

Follow us on Facebook! A content analysis of academic libraries’ Facebook profiles

Dr. Ming-Hsin Phoebe Chiu, Yi-Ying Lin (Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan)

P123

Marketing the academic library with online social network advertising

Christopher Peter Chan (Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong)

PARALLEL SESSION 1C – LIBRARY SERVICES & DEVELOPMENT
15:20 – 16:35

[Moderator : Larraine Shepherd]

NEC Lecture Room 3
P131

Student engagement and library use: an examination of attitudes towards use of libraries and information amongst undergraduate students at a Turkish university library

Gulcin Cribb (Singapore Management University, Singapore), İlkay Holt (Özyeğin University, Turkey)

P132 International cooperation towards the development of technology in university libraries

Dr. Paul Nieuwenhuysen (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)
P133

Using library statistics to inform, promote and advocate library services for new generation users

Deborah Becker, Hillary Hartle (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa)

WELCOME DINNER
19:00 - 21:30

Carlton Hotel

For paper abstracts and speakers’ biodata, please see the Conference blog (Day 1)  for more information.





Conference Programme (Day 2) – 5 June 2012 (Tue)

Session ID Programme Venue
SECOND KEYNOTE SESSION
09:00 – 09:50

[Moderator : Dr. Elisha Chiware]
NEC Auditorium
K211 THEME B – Technology & innovations in libraries and their impact on learning, research and users

Joe Murphy (USA) 
 
PRESENTATION OF POSTERS
09:50 – 10:30
X211 Bond University Library in your Face(book)

Jessie Donaghey (Bond University, Australia)
X212 Let technology do the lecturing: our space, your space

Yuyun Wirawati Ishak, Chrissy Tan (Li Ka Shing Library, Singapore Management University, Singapore)
X213 Using repository data to attract the researchers’ attention and to promote research outcomes - publications profiles at Chalmers University of Technology

Urban Andersson, Jonas Gilbert  (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
X214 Initiating information literacy instruction: collaboration with the NTU engineering community

Lena Sam, Padmaja Muralidharan  (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
X215 Academic link: a new library concept to promote students' active learning

Hiroya Takeuchi, Dr. Kazuhiko Kawamoto, Yuji Shirakawa, Dr. Yudai Anegawa, Chihiro Kunimoto, Dr. Kazushi Okamoto (Chiba University, Japan)
X216 The situation of Polish academic libraries in the last decade: the expectations of future users

Helena Juszczyk, Marek M. Górski (The Library of Cracow University of Technology, Poland)
X217 Creating webliographies : the De La Salle University experience

Marita G. Valerio (De La Salle University, Philippines)
MORNING TEA & VIEWING OF POSTERS
10:30 – 10:50
NEC Main Lounge
THIRD PLENARY SESSION (TRACK B) – TECHNOLOGY & NEW MEDIA
10:50 – 12:25

[Moderator : Judy Stokker]
NEC Auditorium
M231 The coming paradigm shift in computing interfaces and how libraries need to adapt

Michael Wiebrands (Curtin University, Australia) 
M232 Mobile me, mobile library services: CUHK’s perspectives

Kevin Leung, Ivan Chan (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
M233 Check-ins … not just for books! - NUS Libraries’ experience with Foursquare

Aaron Tay Chee Hsien, Georgiana Glass, Chew Shu Wen (National University of Singapore Libraries, Singapore)
M234 From eLending to eTeaching – transitioning e-reading tools from the library to the classroom

Adam Eelke Cath (Texas A&M University, Qatar)
S211 PLATINUM SPONSOR PRESENTATION (Springer)
12:25 – 12:35
LUNCH
12:35 – 13:35
NEC Main Lounge
PARALLEL SESSION 2A – LEARNING & USERS
13:35 – 15:10

[Moderator : Samantha Ang]
NEC Lecture Room 1
P211 Creating a materials samples collection to support the engineering curriculum

Dee Magnoni (Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, USA)
P212 Orientation and characteristics of subject service in basic natural science based on the investigation in Wuhan University, China

Hu Yongsheng (Wuhan University, China)
P213 Users’ searching behaviour in using online database at Vietnam National University

Dr. Nguyen Hong Sinh, Hoàng Thị Hồng Nhung (Central Library, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)
P214

The need to read – an unexpected demand of the new generation users at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT)

Michiel Erik Moll, Petro Coreejes-Brink, Audrey Louise Patrick (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa)

PARALLEL SESSION 2B – TECHNOLOGY & NEW MEDIA
13:35 – 15:10

[Moderator : Alena Ptak-Danchak]
NEC Auditorium
P221 The ‘new normal’: leveraging technology to improve service provision and the student experience

Jennifer Peasley  (Macquarie University Library, Australia)
P222 New RFID-apps: HF-based stock management by mobile solution and producing usage statistics on non-lending collections (e.g. periodicals)

Hardy Zissel, Jan Kissig, Dr. Frank Seeliger (Technical University of Applied Science Wildau, Germany)
P223 Students’ e-Learning/m-Learning experiences and impact on motivation in Nigeria

Gbolahan Olasina (University of Ilorin, Nigeria)
P224 E-textbook usage by students at Andrews University: a study of attitudes, perceptions, and behaviours

Dr. Silas Marques de Oliveira (Andrews University, USA)
PARALLEL SESSION 2C – LIBRARY SERVICES & DEVELOPMENT
13:35 – 15:10

[Moderator : Helen Livingstone]
NEC Lecture Room 3
P231 Embedding librarians in the classroom: a case study at HKUST Library

Kevin K. M. Ho, Eunice S.P. Wong (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong)
P232 Fostering a sticky relationship: a case study from Nanyang Technological University Library

Emma Wilcox, Chia Yew Boon (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
P233 Library strategies for meeting the learning needs of fine arts students in the 21st century: the experience of the New Asia College Ch’ien Mu Library of The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Leo F.H. Ma (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
P234 When the earth stopped shaking, where was our library service?

Heather Jenks  (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)

AFTERNOON TEA & VIEWING OF POSTERS
15:10 – 15:40

NEC Main Lounge
GENERAL ASSEMBLY
15:40 – 16:40
NEC Auditorium
NTU Libraries tour and reception at Lee Wee Nam Library
17:00 – 19:15


(Optional activity – delegates need to register)
Business Library & Lee Wee Nam Library
FREE & EASY
After 19:15

For paper abstracts and speakers’ biodata, please see the Conference blog (Day 2)  for more information





Conference programme (Day 3) - 6 June 2012 (Wed)

Programme

Networking and Social programme (Singapore Learning Journey) (full-day)





Conference programme (Day 4) – 7 June 2012 (Thur)

Session ID Programme Venue

PARALLEL SESSION 3A – LEARNING & USERS
09:00 – 10:15

[Moderator : Marek Gorski]

NEC Lecture Room 3
P411

Mendeley: teaching scholarly communication and collaboration through social networking

Don MacMillan (University of Calgary, Canada)

P412 New way to learn, new way to success: transforming a brain-based library via active learning instructions

Hasliza, A. (University of Malaya, Malaysia), Wan Emilin, WMA (Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia)
P413 Information skills – targeting untapped user groups

Tina Hohmann (Technische Universität München Library, Germany)
PARALLEL SESSION 3B – TECHNOLOGY
09:00 – 10:15

[Moderator : Irma Pasanen]
NEC Auditorium
P421 Achieving inclusive growth and sustainable development – role of innovative & benchmarked KOSM practices – a case study

S. Vaithiyanathan (Larsen & Toubro Limited, ECC Division, India)
P422 iCampus goes Library – advantages of using a multimedia guide in a library

Dr. Janett Mohnke, Dr. Frank Seeliger (Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau, Germany)
P423 Visualisation for new generation users in the age of the electronic book

Peter Green (Curtin University Library, Australia)
PARALLEL SESSION 3C – LIBRARY SERVICES & DEVELOPMENT: Staff training & engagement
09:00 – 10:15
 

[Moderator: Dr. Reiner Kallenborn]
NEC Lecture Room 1
P431 Are we there yet? Do we have the staff to meet the needs of new generation learners?

Gillian Barthorpe (AUT University, New Zealand)
P432 The effect of library staff training and development on the user experience: a case study at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT)

Janine Lockhart, Sulaiman Majal (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa)

P433

Fostering innovation through cultural change

Julia Leong, Craig Anderson (RMIT University, Australia)
MORNING TEA
10:15 – 10:35
NEC Main Lounge
FOURTH PLENARY SESSION (TRACK C) - LIBRARY SERVICES & DEVELOPMENT
10:35 – 12:10
 

[Moderator : Steve O’ Connor]
NEC Auditorium
M441 Aligning collections and services with user needs and practices

Erika Linke (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) 
M442 Sustenance of science & technology libraries as multi academic activities centers for new generation users: an Indian perspective

Dr. Harish Chandra (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India)
M443 Change as a service – challenges and effects of a new paradigm for library systems and content infrastructure

Daniel Forsman (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
M444 Embedding  innovation for  scholarly information & research for the new generation in a top research university

JoAnne Sparks, Linda O’Brien, Joanna Richardson, Malcolm Wolski, Sanja Tadic, Joanne Morris (Griffith University, Australia)
S411 PLATINUM SPONSOR PRESENTATION (iGroup)
12:10 – 12:20
LUNCH
12:20 – 13:30

NEC Main Lounge
SOCIAL MEDIA FORUM
13:30 – 14:40

NEC Auditorium
F411 Social media forum with students, professors and user representatives

Aaron Tay Chee Hsien with guests Raymond Lau (National University of Singapore), Preetam Rai (Ngee Ann Polytechnic), Isaac Teo (National Library Board), Assoc Prof. Ravishankar Sharma (Nanyang Technological University)
THIRD KEYNOTE SESSION
14:40 – 15:30

[Moderator : Prof. Ainslie Dewe]
K411 THEME C – Trends, possibilities and scenarios for user-centred libraries

Dr. Susan Gibbons  (Yale University, USA)
AFTERNOON TEA
15:30 - 15:50
NEC Main Lounge
CLOSING SESSION
15:50 – 16:30
NEC Auditorium
Award presentation – Prize for Best Poster
Presentation by Dr. Elisha Chiware, Chair of the Organizing Committee of the 34th IATUL Conference to be held in South Africa at Cape Peninsula University of Technology
Closing remarks by Conference Organizing Chair
Closing address by President of IATUL, Prof. Ainslie Dewe
CLOSING DINNER
19:00 – 21:30
Grand Park City Hall Hotel

For paper abstracts and speakers’ biodata, please see the Conference blog (Day 4)  for
more information