Host institution:

Hacettepe University, Faculty of Letters,

 Department of Information Management

 Ankara 8 – 21 September 2013




Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tania Todorova

Recommended literature:

Library, Information and Cultural Heritage Management: Textbook. Compl. by Tania Todorova. Sofia: Za bukvite-O pismeneh, 2012, 246 p., available on:

IP LibCMASS Project website:

e-platform ‘Intercultural exchange around the profession of librarian’:’  


 Lecture. Intellectual Property of Information Resources in Internet

Lecturer: Assist. Prof. PhD Tereza Trencheva

Recommended literature:

1.Trencheva, T. Computer programs and their intellectual property protection in Bulgaria // International Scientific Conference – SWU,  Blagoevgrad, 8-11.06.2011, p. 125-131

2.Trencheva, Т., Trenchev, I., Milanov, P.  Bioinformatics and intellectual property // International Scientific Conference – SWU,  Blagoevgrad, 8-11.06.2011, p. 132-136

3.Trencheva, T., Intellectual Property of information resources on the Internet // Library, Information and Cultural Heritage Management: Textbook. Compl. by Tania Todorova. Sofia: Za bukvite-O pismeneh, 2012, p.132-140 available on:

4.Trencheva, T., Todorova, T., Trenchev, I. Digital Right Management (DRM) and Library Copyright Policy// DiPP 2012 : International Conference on Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage, V.Turnovo, Bulgaria, 18-21 September, 2012, p.123-131

5.Trencheva, T., S. Denchev. Intellectual Property Education in University Environment in Bulgaria, Intenational Conference “The Future of Education”, Conference Proceedings, 13-14 June 2013, Florence, Italy, Simonelli Ed., Vol. 3, pp.743-746.

 Lecture. Outsourcing as a management tool in libraries

Lecturer: Assist. Prof. PhD Lubomira Parijkova

Recommended literature:

Ward, Sandra. Outsourcing research. What’s your position? 2004 SAGE Publications. London, Thousand Oaks and New Delhi, Vol. 21(4): 227–239.

The implications of R&D off-shoring on the innovation capacity of EU firms. LTT Research Ltd. January 2007.

Rutkowski, Piotr. SourceOne Advisory. Outsourcing 2011. Sofia

Weiss, Michael. Outsourcing opportunities amid economic turbulence

Lecture. Information Sources

Lecturer:.  Assist. Prof. Dr. Yurdagül Ünal & Assist. Prof. Dr. İrem Soydal

Recommended sources:

Webster, F. (1996). The Information Society: Conceptions and Critique. In A. Kent (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science (v.58, supp. 21, p. 74-112). New York: Marcel Dekker.

VERITY , J.W. (1994). The Information Revolution—Introduction. The Bussiness Week, 18/5/1994. (

Kaye, D. (1995). Sources of information, formal and informal. Library Management, 16(5): 16–19.

How much Information. (2003). Executive summary & Summary of findings. (

Using Primary Sources on the Web (

Critically Analyzing Information Sources (

Critical Evaluation of Resources (

Lecture. Information assurance in the Digital and Market Environment

Lecturer: Assist. Prof. PhD Rumelina Vassileva, SULSIT, Sofia

Recommended literature

Key Perspectives Ltd. A Comparative Review of Research Assessment Regimes in Five Countries and the Role of Libraries in the Research Assessment Process. Report commissioned by OCLC Research, Dublin, Ohio, 2009, 51 p. URL: <>

Kroll, Susan, Rick Forsman. A Slice of Research Life. Information Support for Research in the United States. Report commissioned by OCLC Research in support of the RLG Partnership, Dublin, Ohio, 2010. 24 p. URL: <>

Malpas, Constance. Cloud-sourcing Research Collections. Managing Print in the Mass-digitized Library Environment. Dublin, Ohio, OCLC Research, 2011. 76 p. URL: <>

Lecture. Educational strategies in university libraries

Lecturer: Assist. Prof. PhD Silvia Stancheva

Recommended literature:

Cambridge University Library Working together: a strategic framework 2010–2013


Open Educational Resources as Learning Materials: Prospects and Strategies for University Libraries


 Lecture. Computer Literacy and Information Literacy

Lecturer: Prof. PhD. Serap Kurbanoğlu

Recommended literature:

Bundy, A. (Ed.). (2004). Australian and New Zealand information literacy framework: principles, standards and practice (2nd ed.). Adelaide: ANZILL.

Lau, J. (2006). Guidelines on information literacy for lifelong learning. Veracruz, México: IFLA.

Lau, J., Jesus Cortes. 1. Information Skills : Conceptual Covergence between Information and Communication Sciences. 38 p.

Lecture. The FR-family of Conceptual Models: a New Base for Cataloguing Codes

Lecturer: Assist. Prof. PhD Ana Barbarić

Recommended literature:

  1. Functional requirements for bibliographic records : final report / IFLA Study Group on the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records. München : K.G. Saur, 1998. Also available online from:
  2. Functional requirements for authority data : a conceptual model / edited by Glenn E. Patton ; IFLA Working Group on Functional Requirements  and Numbering of Authority Records (FRANAR). München : K.G. Saur, 2009.
  3. Functional requirements for subject authority data (FRSAD) : a conceptual model edited by Marcia Lei Zeng, Maja Žumer, Athena Salaba ; IFLA Working Group on the Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Records (FRSAR). München ; Berlin : De Gruyter Saur, 2011. Also available online from:

Statement of international cataloguing principles. 2009.


 Lecture. Internet services as a support to marketing of information services and products in libraries

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. PhD Radovan Vrana

Recommended literature:

American Marketing Association. (2007). Definition of marketing research. (accessed 02.02.2013.)

Mishra, Champeswar Marketing library and information services on the green road of web 2.0: the library perspective., 2010 . In 7th Convention PLANNER, Tezpur University (India), (

Needleman, Mark. (2007). Web 2.0/Lib 2.0—What Is It? (If It’s Anything at All), Serials Review, Vol. 33, pp. 202–203. (

Lecture. Libraries’ Role in Achieving Open Access to Scientific Information

Lecturer: PhD. Ivana Hebrang Grgić

Recommended literature:

Berlin declaration on Open Access to knowledge in the sciences and humanities.

Budapest Open Access Initiative.

DOAJ: Directory of Open Access journals.

Harnad, Stevan et al. “The access/impact problem and the green and gold roads to Open Access.” Serials Review 30, no. 4 (2004),

Hebrang Grgić, Ivana. Open Access to Scientific Information in Croatia : Increasing Research Impact of a Scientifically Peripheral Country .Saarbrücken : Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011,

Open Access in Southern European countries, editors: Lluís Anglada, Ernest Abadal. Madrid: FECYT, 2010,

OpenDOAR: Directory of Open Access Repositories.

Scholarly journals at the crossroads: a subversive proposal for electronic publishing,  edited by Ann Shumelda Okerson and James J. O’Donnell, 1995,

Lecture. Folksonomies: the social way to organize knowledge in libraries

Lecturer: Sonja Špiranec, Assoc. Prof. PhD.

Preliminary knowledge on controlled indexing languages is required. Therefore it is recommended to consult chapters regarding controlled languages in following books:

Chowdhury, G.G. Introduction to modern information retrieval. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2010. (Chapter 5: Subject analysis and representation; Chapter 7: Vocabulary control)

Peters, I. Folksonomies: indexing and retrieval in Web 2.0. Berlin : De Gruyter/Saur, c2009 .

Rowley, J. The controlled versus natural indexing languages debate revisited: perspective on information retrieval practice and research. // Journal of Information Science. 20, 2(1994), pp.108-119.

Svenonius, E. The intellectual foundation of information organization. Cambridge, Mass.; London: The MIT Press, 2000.

Lecture. Information architecture 

Lecturer: Prof. PhD Yasar Tonta.

Required textbooks:

Rosenfeld, L. & Morville, P. (2006). Information architecture for the Web: Designing large-scale web sites. (3d ed.) Sebastopol, CA: O’Reilly. Full text is available at

Krug, S. (2006). Don’t make me think! A common sense approach to web usability. 2nd ed. Berkeley, CA: New Riders.

Recommended readings:

Resmini, A., & Rosati, L. (2012). A brief history of information architecture.Journal of Information Architecture, 3(2). Retrieved June 29, 2013, from

Dade-Robertson , M. (2012). The Architecture of Information. ASIST Bulletin, 39(1).

Lidwell, W., Holden, K., & Butler, J. (2003). Universal Principles of Design: 100 Ways to Enhance Usability, Influence Perception, Increase Appeal, Make Better Design Decisions, and Teach through Design. Beverly, MA: Rockport publishers.

Weinschenk, S.M. (2009). Neuro Web Design: What Makes Them Click? Berkeley, CA: New Riders.

Nielsen, J. (1999). Designing Web Usability: The Practice of Simplicity. New Riders Press.

Morville, P. (2005). Ambient findability. Sebastopol, CA: O’Reilly.

Porter, J. (2008). Designing for the Social Web. Berkeley, CA: New Riders.

Useful web sites:

Journal of Information Architecture web site:

Peter Morville’s web site:

Steve Krug’s web site:

Jesse James Garrett’s web site:

Boxes and arrows:

SIGIA-L discussion list:

Useitcom.  (refers to Nielsen Norman Group: Evidence-based User Experience Research, Training and Consulting:



Lecture. Personal part of Cultural Heritage: PDA (Personal Digital Archiving)

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. PhD Laszlo Z. Karvalics

Recommended Literature

Schedule of the Personal Digital Archiving 2013 conference

Personal Digital Archiving Day Kit

Perspectives on Personal Digital Archiving



Lecture. Electronic Archiving and Records Management

Lecturer: Assoc. Prof. PhD Özgür Külcü

Recommended Literature

Hare, C. E., McLeod, J. (1997). Developing a Record Management Programme.  London: Aslib

InterPARES 3 (2007-2012). Project summary

Jones, S. (2012). eGovernment Document Management System: A case analysis of risk and reward. Journal of Information Management.

Kooper,  M. N.,  Maes, R. & Lindgreen, R. (2011). On the governance of information: Introducing a new concept of governance to support the management of information. International Journal of Information Management, 31, 195–200.

Langen, M.  (2012). Knowledge Management Maturity Model – KMMM® Methodology for assessing and developing maturity in knowledge management,  Siemens Corporate Department Technology.

Lavoie, B.,  Dempsey, L.  (2004). Thirteen Ways of Looking at… Digital Preservation.

Nordheim, S. and Päivärinta, T.  (2006). Implementing enterprise content management: from evolution through strategy to contradictions out-of-the-box. European Journal of Information Systems, 15, 648–662.

Penn, I. A., Mordel, A., Pennix, G. (1994). Record management handbook. Kelvin Smith: Gower.

Standards and Guidelines

Dod 5015.2 Design Criteria Standard for Electronic Records Management Software Application (2002)

e-Government Metadata Standard (eGMS) Elements, LAWs Project, Information Architecture & Standards, UK,

Encoded Archival Description (EAD): http://www.loc.go/ead/ead2002.html

ISAD(G) (General International Standard Archival Description; Arşiv Kaynaklarının Tanımlanmasına Yönelik Uluslararası Standart)

ISO 15489 International Recores Management Standard

MARC 21 :

Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standart (METS):

MODS (Metadata Object Descirption Schema):

MoReq 2(Model Requirements for Electronic Records Management)

Technical Guidelines for Digitizing Archival Materials for Electronic Access- US National Archive,

Lecture. Public libraries in digitizing the cultural heritage and EUROPEANA

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Bulent Yilmaz


Recommended Literature

ARMS: United Nations Archives and Records Management Section. (2006). Guideline on records digitisation.

Europeana: Think Culture. (2012).

EUR-Lex: Access to European Union Law. (2008). CELEX:52008XG1213%2804%29:EN:NOT

Rieger, O. Y. (2008). Preservation in the age of large-scale digitization. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources.

Cimtech Ltd. (2009), “Managing information and documents: the definitive guide”,  available at: (accessed: 01September 2009).

Çakmak, Tolga and Bülent Yılmaz. (2012).  Overview of the Digitization Policies in Cultural Memory Institutions in Turkey.

Dahlström, M. and Doracic, A. (2009), “Digitization education:  courses taken and lessons learned”, D-Lib Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 3/4. Available at: (accessed 15 August 2011)

Kampffmeyer, U. (2006), “ECM Enterprise Content Management”, available at: (accessed: 09 November 2009).

Manzuch, Z., Huvila, I. and Aparac-Jelusic, T. (2005). “Digitization of cultural heritage”, In Kajberg, L. and Lørring, L. (Eds.), European Curriculum Reflections on Library and Science Education, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen, pp. 37-64.

Nordheim, S. and Päivärinta, T.  (2006), “Implementing enterprise content management: from evolution through strategy to contradictions out-of-the-box”, European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 15, pp. 648-662.

Rieger, O. Y. (2008).  “Preservation in the Age of Large-Scale Digitization” available at: (accessed: 05 October 2009).

Smith, H.A., and McKeen, J.D. (2003), “Developments in practice VIII: enterprise content management”, Communications of the AIS, Vol. 11 No. 33, pp. 647-659.

Tonta, Y.  (2008),  “Libraries  and  museums  in  the  flat  world:  Are  they  becoming  virtual destinations?”, Library Collections, Acquisitions & Technical Services, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 1-9.

United Nations Archives and Records Management Section (2006), “Guideline on records digitisation”, available at: (accessed: 26 Ocotber 2009)

Yılmaz, Bulent. (2012) Digitatizing cultural heritage, Europeana and public libraries. in Library Information and Cultural Heritage Management Textbook. (222-230 pp.) Comp by Tania Todorova. Sofia: State University of library Studies and Information Technologies.

 Lecture. E-Government services. Access to public information and the role of libraries and information centres

Lecturer: Assist. Prof. PhD Elena Ignatova

Recommended Literature

Bertot, John Carlo. Community-Based E-Government: Libraries as E-Government Partners and Providers. // 9th IFIP WG 8.5 International Conference, EGOV 2010, Lausanne, Switzerland, August 29 – September 2, 2010. – pp 121-131.

Denchev, St, I. Peteva, E. Ignatova. Publuc libraries in the small municipalities cultural centers – Conceptual model of e-Government and user centers in Bulgaria. // International Conference “User Empowerment through Digital Technologies”, February 15-17, 2011, India International Centre, New Delhi, India.

Vučković, Željko. Information and media literacy and their role in the development of the knowledge society. // Information literacy and lifelong learning, Belgrade, 2008. – pp 136-151.