sábado, 27 de octubre de 2012

Accessing heritage research collections through digitization: models and use.

CERL Annual Seminar (British Library Conference Centre, London). 

CERL seeks to share resources and expertise between research libraries with a view to improving access to, as well as exploitation and preservation of the European printed heritage in the hand-press period (up to c. 1830). The organisation was formed in 1992 on the initiative of research libraries in many European countries and legally came into being in June 1994. 


10.00 - 10.15 
Opening & Welcome – Kristian Jensen (Head of Arts & Humanities, British Library, London)
– Ulf Göranson (Chair, Consortium of European Research Libraries).
10.15 - 10.40 
Planning digitisation projects – Aly Conteh (British Library, London).
10.40 - 11.05 
Licensing models – Rachel Marshall (British Library, London).
11.45 - 12.10 
Case study 1: Google Books – José Antonio Magán Wals (Complutense University, Madrid).
12.10 - 12.35 
Case study 2: Judaica Europeana – Rachel Heuberger (Goethe University Library, Frankfurt).
14.00 - 14.25 
Case study 3: Gallica – Eric Dussert (Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris).
14.25 - 14.50 
Case study 4: Working with commercial partners – Marieke van Delft (National Library of the Netherlands, The Hague).
14.50 - 15.15 
Case study 5: JISC Historic Books and addressing the needs of researchers – Gabriel Egan (JISC Historic Books Advisory Board, UK).
16.00 - 16.30 
Panel discussion: Scholars discuss their experiences of working with digitisation products, and how features such as access, content selection, licensing restrictions, and product design impact on their research. Panel chair: Andrew Prescott (King’s College, London).
16.30 - 16.45 
Round up – Amanda Saville (Chair, CILIP Rare Books & Special Collections Group).
16.45 - 17.00 
Closing statement – Ulf Göranson (Chair, Consortium of European Research Libraries).


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