Presentations during the emtacl12 conference
The list is tried to be organized chronologically. Just the name of the speaker/speakers plus the title of the presentation is stated.
The videos are “raw” film so everything being filmed is shown, meaning that on some presentations you actually have to skip a bit to get to the beginning.
Hope this is OK for you all, it’s like catching the moment, all the small talks, technicians flying to rescue etc.
SIT DOWN AND ENJOY……..
The videos could also be easily enjoyed through Vimeos Couch mode
(Alphabetical on first name) If you press the info button you could easily scroll through the rest of the videos in the Couch mode.
The videos are downloadable in the following formats:
If you access the videos from the http://emtacl.com/presentations chronological list you press the Clip info/download button but if you choose the Couch mode you actually have to exit the Couch mode and press the download button to get to the same menu.
Adrian Stevenson and Jane Stevenson.
The Winner Takes it All? – APIs and Linked Data Battle It Out
Lessons learned in multimedia production and distribution at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU.
Kim Tallerås, Nils Pharo, David Massey and Jørn-Helge Dahl.
Using Linked data to harmonize heterogeneous metadata – Modeling the birth of Norwegian black metal
Peter van Huisstede and Jasper Opdecoul.
RePub – The EUR repository: It’s alive!
EconBiz Mobile – a library app for researchers: Why App and where do we go from here?
Alexandra Angeletaki, Marcello Carrozzino and Chiara Evangelista
Mubil : A digital laboratory
The QR Question: QR Codes in Academic Libraries
Making Connections – enhancing teaching and learning at The University of Manchester.
Forecast for the academic library of 2025: Cloudy with a chance of user participation and content lock-in.
Libraries, research infrastructures and the digital
humanities: are we ready for the challenge?
The triadic model: A holistic view of how digital and information literacy must support each other
Paulina Rousseau, Whitney Kemble and Christine Berkowitz.
Driving history forward: The History Engine as a vehicle for engaging undergraduate research
Hua Sun and Mark Puterbaugh
The Possibilities of Social Media to Promote
Guus van den Brekel
Promoting scientific output : made possible by your library!
Rune Martin Andersen, NTNU IDI
“He will be talking about his travel information service “Bartebuss”, and how it came to be.”
Shun Nagaya and Keizo Itabashi.
Trude Eikebrokk, Tor Arne Dahl and Siri Kessel.
“EPUB as publication format in Open Access journals: Workflow and tools”
Urban Andersson and Stina Johansson.
Publication profiles – presenting research in a new way
Link to clickable PDF with all presentations.