Things are happening… Keynotes have been “picked”

Well you probably all wonder why everything turned so quiet on this blog after announcing the conference dates? Well we have been busy working in order to soon start posting news about opening keynote and invited keynotes. We now have narrowed it down to 10 names, including opening keynote. We will very soon start sending out invitations and will eagerly await the response and feedback from our chosen candidates. Name dropping of keynotes will start as soon as we have gotten a  100 %  confirmation in written form of there presence as a keynote on the conference.

The emtacl15 programme committee will urge you all to be patient a little longer…

By the way the programme committee consists of the following members:

Joost Hegle, NTNU University Library (chair), Norway
Guus van den Brekel, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands
Ole Husby, NTNU University Library (until june 2014), Norway
Randi Øvsthus Bakkejord, NTNU University Library, Norway
Rune Brandshaug, NTNU University Library, Norway
Karen Johanne Buset, NTNU University Library, Norway
Marius Warholm Haugen, NTNU University Library, Norway
Daniel Forsman, Library director at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Thomas Brevik, Bookboat Librarian, Lindaas Public Library, Norway

 

 

 

emtacl15

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Hello everybody. Hope you haven’t forgotten previous emtacl conferences? The date for the next emtacl conference in Trondheim, Norway has been decided, it will be held the 20-22 of April 2015. Be sure to set a mark in your calendar. The conference venue will be the same as previous years.

Welcome both “previous attendees and new ones.

Be sure to check out this blog for more information concerning the conference. For those of you not familiar with the conference just take a look at the previous conferences held (emtacl 10 and emtacl12).

All emtacl12 videos now available through Vimeo. SIT DOWN AND ENJOY……..

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……..
Either from http://emtacl.com/presentations/ or through Vimeos Couch mode (alphabetical on first name for the Vimeo couch mode). If you press the info button you could easily scroll through the rest of the videos.

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.

 

Link to clickable PDF with all presentations (both text and video).

or read online through issuu:

What’s happening with the videos of the emtacl12 presentations?

Well it’s a  time consuming job converting the HD .mts format videos to a “liveable”/uploadable format that Vimeo Pro like and secondly it’s a matter of waiting for Vimeo to upload, process and present the playable videos and it’s also a matter of tagging and feeding information, but the light is being spotted in the end of the tunnel next to a big sign saying “Probably finished next week”.

Only link to emtacl12 presentations without emtacl12 programme details

See from the menu item called “presentations”. From that menu item it’s also a link to a PDF with clickable links to the presentations. The list is tried to be organized chronologically. Just the name of the speaker/speakers plus the title of the presentation is stated.

All emtacl12 presentations are now available online.

Finally all emtacl12 presentations are available online linked from the programme.
If you have a text version of your presentation don’t hesitate to contact us, we could add an  additional link to the text version of the presentation in the programme.

The final countdown! Now only 1 emtacl12 presentations is “missing”.

Well soon  all emtacl12 presentations are available online.