Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Program for Joint Session: Knowledge Management with Academic and Research Libraries

Session theme: Agile management: strategies for achieving success in rapidly changing times We will explore the ways that libraries around the globe have displayed ‘agile’ approaches to respond to a range of challenges. The current challenges we intend to examine include the restructuring of education, alternative models of scholarly communication, the growth of private/for-profit institutions, the onset of new modes of delivery, knowledge management and content management, the expansion of online learning and the rise of MOOCs (massive open online courses), new spaces and new roles. We will give special focus to best practice in the Asia Pacific region.

Session time: Monday 19 August, 2013. 09.30-12.45

Session program:

Who is looking after your e-journals?: Telling tales about the keepers registry & your digital shelves. Peter Burnhill, EDINA, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland UK

Implementing agile management through collaborative social computing. Margaret Tan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

From search to discovery. Tamar Sadeh, Ex Libris, Jerusalem, Israel.

Agile management: strategies for success in rapidly changing times. Andrew Wells, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

MOOCs in the library: addressing the changing needs of students and faculty in the age of online learning. Mariellen F. Calter, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.

The opportunities and challenges of MOOCs : viewpoints of Asia countries. Joyce Chen, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Source

[http://www.ifla.org/news/program-for-joint-session-knowledge-management-with-academic-and-research-libraries]

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