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IP Library, Information and Cultural Management – Academic Summer School

IP LibCMASS

Contract № 2011-ERA-IP-7

SULSIT, Sofia 4 – 17 September 2011

DAILY PROGRAM

Day Programme: Lectures and other activities
1

(Sunday)

04.09.2011

Arrival (Housing). An introductory briefing. Sofia – Cultural Routes.
2

(Monday)

05.09.2011

9.30 a.m.–4.30 p.m.

TOPIC: LIBRARY, INFORMATION AND CULTURAL MANAGEMENT
1. Common breakfast. Welcoming and Introduction of participants. Greetings from the host university. Guided Tour in State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies (SULSIT), Sofia.

2. Lecture. Information architecture (Prof. PhD Yasar Tonta, Hacetteppe University, Ankara)

3. Lecture. Librarians and cultural professionals as protectors of copyright and users’ rights (Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Horvat, University of Zagreb)

4. Connecting seminar with international student teams contribution (Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Horvat, University of Zagreb)

7.30 p.m. Dinner party.

3

(Tuesday)

06.09.2011

10.00 a.m. – 5 p.m.

TOPIC: LIBRARY, INFORMATION AND CULTURAL MANAGEMENT

Outdoor learning day. Case Study and lecture: National Celebration Day – as a PR technique for the socialization of cultural and historical heritage. Sofia – a candidate for European Capital of Culture 2019. Cultural, historical and architectural routes. (Lecturer and Moderator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tania Todorova, SULSIT and Bulgarian student’s team).

4

(Wednesday)

07.09.2011

9.30 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.

TOPIC: LIBRARY, INFORMATION AND CULTURAL MANAGEMENT

1. Guided Tour in SULSIT University Library, Educational and Presentation Museum Collection “Golden Age”, Museum Collection of Contemporary Bulgarian Spirituality, Orthodox Chapel ‘St. Nicolay Chudotvorets’ etc.

2. Lecture. Library Management – contemporary challenges (Prof. DSc. Ivanka Yankova, SULSIT, Sofia)

3. Workshop with the participation of all national student teams: Higher education of Librarianship, Information Science, Computer Science and Cultural Heritage Studies – national traditions in academic programs. (Moderator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tania Todorova, SULSIT)

4. Lecture. Information Resources for Cultural Tourism (Dr. Mariela Nankova, SULSIT, Sofia).

5

(Thursday)

08.09.2011

9.30 a.m.–4.30 p.m.

TOPIC: LIBRARY, INFORMATION AND CULTURAL MANAGEMENT.

1. Lecture. Systems Analysis (Prof. DSc. Stoyan Dentchev, SULSIT, Sofia)

2. Connecting workshop with international student teams contribution (Prof. DSc. Stoyan Dentchev, Dr. Lujbomira Parizhkova SULSIT, Sofia).

TOPIC: PRESERVATION AND ACCESS TO CULTURAL HERITAGE. DIGITAL LIBRARIES.

3. Lecture. European Union Policies for Cultural Heritage (Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sofia Vasileva, SULSIT, Sofia).

4. Seminar on National Teams. Europeana – the presence of the European cultural heritage. Digital Projects in Bulgaria, Turkey, Croatia. (Moderator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sofia Vasileva, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tania Todorova, SULSIT)

6

(Friday)

09.09.2011

9.30 a.m.–4.30 p.m.

TOPIC: PRESERVATION AND ACCESS TO CULTURAL HERITAGE. DIGITAL LIBRARIES.

1. Lecture. Subject access to information in Web 2.0 environments (Sonja Špiranec, Assist. Prof. PhD., University of Zagreb)

2. Connecting workshop with international student teams contribution (Sonja Špiranec, Assist. Prof. PhD., University of Zagreb)

3. Evaluation of the first week (Participants: SULSIT IP Coordinator, professors from SULSIT and partner universities, students etc.)

4. Study Tour: National Library “St. St. Ciryl and Methodius”, Digital Centre and Presentation of Digital Library Project (part of European Digital Library). (Moderator: Prof. DSc. Ivanka Yankova)

7

(Saturday)

10.09.2011

9.30 a.m.–6.30 p.m.

TOPIC: PRESERVATION AND ACCESS TO CULTURAL HERITAGE. DIGITAL LIBRARIES.

Study Tour and Excursion to Rila Monastery http://www.rilamonastery.pmg-blg.com/Home_page_en.htm. Visit of Rila Monastery unique architectural complex, the Rila Monastery Library, the Rila Monastery History Museum. In 1980 the FIJEST distinguished the Rila Monastery with Golden Apple, the highest award for familiarization and cultural tourism. In 1983 it was recorded on the List of World Cultural Heritage as a world cultural value. (Moderators: Dr. Lujbomira Parizkova, Dr. Tereza Trencheva)

8

(Sunday)

11.09.2011

SOFIA – CULTURAL AND TOURISTIC ROUTES AND INDIVIDUAL/GROUP STUDY (at free disposal)
9

(Monday)

12.09.2011

9.30 a.m.–4.30 p.m.

TOPIC: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. INFORMATION BROKERING.

1. Lecture. Globalization of Science and Education and Information Society Technologies (Prof. PhD Roumen Nikolov, SULSIT, Sofia)

2. Lecture. Libraries and Open Access to Scientific Information. (Ivana Hebrang Grgić, PhD, University of Zagreb)

3. Seminar. “Examples of Open Access – Bulgaria, Turkey, Croatia” with national student teams contribution. (Ivana Hebrang Grgić, PhD, University of Zagreb).

4. Self study. Preparation of written evaluation/feedback essay (national teams)

10

(Tuesday)

13.09.2011

9.30 a.m.–4.30 p.m.

TOPIC: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. INFORMATION BROKERING.

1. Lecture. E-Government services. Access to public information and the role of libraries and information centres. (Prof. PhD Irena Peteva, SULSIT, Sofia).

2. Lecture. Intellectual Property of Information Resources in Internet (Dr. Tereza Trencheva, SULSIT, Sofia)

3. Study Tour. Sofia City Library. (Lecture ‘Best practices of library services in public libraries’ – Prof. Dobrinka Stoykova; Moderator – Dr. Tereza Trencheva)

4. Self study. Preparation of written evaluation/feedback essay (national teams)

11

(Wednesday)

14.09.2011

9.30 a.m.–4.30 p.m.

TOPIC: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN LIBRARIES, ARCHIVES AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS. INFORMATION LITERACY.

1. Lecture. A new model for cataloguing (Ana Barbarić, Assistant Professor, University of Zagreb)

2. Connecting seminar “A new model for cataloguing” with international student teams contribution (Ana Barbarić, Assistant Professor, University of Zagreb)

3. Seminar on National Teams. Best PR and marketing practices of library and museums to promote cultural heritage (Moderator: Prof. Dobrinka Stoykova, SULSIT, Sofia).

4. Exam preparation.

12

(Thursday)

15.09.2011

9.30 a.m.–4.30 p.m.

TOPIC: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN LIBRARIES, ARCHIVES AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS. INFORMATION LITERACY.

1. Lecture. Computer Literacy and Information Literacy. (Prof. PhD. Serap Kurbanoğlu, Hacetteppe University, Ankara)

2. Workshop “Information Literacy and Lifelong Learning”. Best practices. National student teams contribution (Prof. PhD. Serap Kurbanoğlu, Hacetteppe University, Ankara)

3. Evaluation of the second week (Moderators: SULSIT IP Coordinator, professors from SULSIT and partner universities, students etc.)

4. Study Tour. National Historical Museum. Introduction of Bulgarian Historical Heritage. PR-promotion of Cultural and Historical Heritage. (Lecturer and moderator – Dr. Mariela Nankova, SULSIT, Sofia).

13

(Friday)

16.09.2011

9.30 a.m.–2.30 p.m.

EXAM – EVALUATION – OUTLOOK

1. Round table: „IP LibCMASSnew competences for future success. Rethinking the Profile of the Modern Manager of Memory Institutions.

2. Oral exam in national groups (Evaluators: Prof. DSc Ivanka Yankova, Assoc. Prof. PhD Tania Todorova (SULSIT, Sofia), Prof. PhD. Serap Kurbanoğlu (Hacetteppe University, Ankara); Ana Barbarić, Assistant Professor, University of Zagreb. Discussing one of the four main topics. National teams have to hand in a written evaluation/feedback essay.

3. Conceptual design of the project publication IP LibCMASS Sofia 2011

4. Project evaluation

5. Outlook on IPLibCMASS Zagreb 2012

6. Festive awarding of certificates and transcripts – 4 ECTS

14

(Saturday)

17.09.2011

Departure