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Conference programme

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The full conference programme

 

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July 19th 2007 Digitisation Conference DAY ONE

Time Activity
      Speaker
10.30-11.00 Tea/Coffee, registration and digitisation projects exhibition  
11.00 – 11.10

Plenary

Conference opening – welcome to “wired” Wales Carwyn Jones

Minister for Education, Culture and the Welsh Language

11.10 –11.20 Plenary Introduction to the day David Baker (Chair)

Principal, The College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth

11.20 – 11.30

Plenary

JISC Strategy and mass digitisation Malcolm Read, Executive Secretary, JISC
11.30 – 11.50

Plenary

Mass digitisation and its impacts on cultural heritage, education and research communities Chris Batt Chief Executive, Museums, Libraries and Archives Council
11.50– 12.20

Plenary

Unlocking e-content and enhancing education and research opportunities -an academics perspective. Matthew Steggle

Lecturer, University of Sheffield

12.20 – 1.00

- Plenary

What are the roles and priorities for research libraries in the UK and US in the delivery of e-content Richard Ovenden

Keeper of Special Collections (Associate Director), Bodleian Library, University of Oxford

Michael Keller

University Librarian, Stanford University

1.00 -

1-15

Plenary

Plenary Session - Questions and Answers Malcolm Read (Chair)

Chris Batt

Matthew Steggle

Richard Ovenden

Michael Keller

1.15 – 2.15 Lunch and digitisation exhibition  
2.15-3.15

Parallel 1 – Panel session and Question Time

E-Content and Repositories

The challenges of managing e-content in repositories and interoperability

Alastair Dunning (moderator)

Digitisation Programme Manager, JISC

Rachel Bruce Programme Director, Information Environment, JISC

Balviar Notay

Programme Manager, Information Environment, JISC

2.15-3.15

Parallel 2

– Panel session and Question Time

The challenges of e-content collection selection and management. Philip Pothen, JISC (moderator)

Dr Mark Brown

University Librarian, University of Southampton

Ralph Goebel

German Research Council (DFG)

2.15-3.15

Parallel 3

– Panel session and Question Time

Business models and sustainability

How we maintain and develop e-content

Stuart Dempster(moderator)

Director, Strategic Content Alliance, JISC

Catherine Draycott

Chair, BAPLA

Peter Kaufman,

CEO Intelligent Television

Dan Burnstone

Director of Publishing, Chadwyck-Healey, ProQuest

2.15-3.15

Parallel 4

- Panel session and Question Time

The Digitisation Experience in education and research institutions – project management advice and guidance Paola Marchionni(moderator) Digitisation Programme Manager JISC

Stuart Snydman

Stanford University

Peter Findlay

Project Manager, British Library

Dr Matthew Woollard

AHDS History, University of Essex

2.15-3.15

Parallel 5

- Panel session and Question Time

Connecting people to resources: the importance of access and identity management to digitisation

Emma Beer (moderator)

Nicole Harris

Programme Manager, JISC

John Chapman

Project Adviser, Becta

3.15 – 3.45 Tea and coffee is served  
3.45 – 4.30

- Plenary

Feedback from the parallel sessions and the conference blog Sarah Porter (Chair)/moderators panel
4.30-4.45

- Plenary

Highlights of tomorrow’s sessions Philip Pothen
4.45-5.00

- Plenary

Close the day and plan for the evening David Baker (Chair)

Principal, The College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth

5.00 – 7.00 Free time  
7.00 – 8.00 Drinks reception and digitisation projects exhibition Conference delegates
8.00 – 10.00 Dinner Conference delegates
10.00 – 10.15 Introduction Malcolm Read

Executive Secretary, JISC

10.15 – 10.45 After dinner speaker Laurie Taylor

 

July 20th 2007 Digitisation Conference DAY TWO

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time Activity
      Speaker
9.00-9.30 Tea/Coffee, registration and digitisation projects exhibition  
9.30-9.35

Plenary

Introduction to the day Simon Tanner, King's Digital Consultancy Services, King's College London
9.35 – 10.00 Plenary Keynote

E-content – impact on learning, teaching and research

Justin Champion

Professor of the History of Early Modern Ideas, Royal Holloway, University of London

10.15– 10.35

Plenary

Cyber-infrastructure and information policy: the changing face of US digitisation developments Joyce Ray, Associate Deputy Director for Library Services Institute of Museum and Library Services
10.35– 11.00

Plenary

JISC Digitisation Strategy: an introduction to the new collections coming on stream from 2009 through JISC mass digitisation Paola Marchionni

Digitisation Programme Manager, JISC;

Alastair Dunning

Digitisation Programme Manager, JISC

11.00-11.30 Tea/Coffee is served – digitisation projects exhibition  
11.30– 12.30

Parallel 1 – Panel session and Question Time

Mass digitisation best practice and lessons learnt David Dawson (moderator)

Digital Future, Museums, Libraries and Archives Council

Stuart Dempster

Director of the Strategic Content Alliance, JISC

Joyce Ray

Associate Deputy Director for Library Services, Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), Washington DC

Ricky Erway
Programme Officer,
OCLC Programs and Research

11.30–12.30

Parallel 2 – Panel session and Question Time

Online video – technical briefing and educational opportunities Darren Long (moderator)

British Film Institute (BFI)

Rick Prelinger

Internet Archive;

Murray Weston

Director, British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC)

Peter Kaufman,

CEO Intelligent Television

11.30-12.30

Parallel 3 – Presentations and Question Time

Images – technical briefing on capture, conversion and workflow Stuart Lee (moderator)

Nigel Goldsmith

Technical Research Officer

TASI

Richard Everett

Imaging Manager, Wellcome Trust

11.30-12.30

Parallel 4

– Panel session and Question Time

Digital curation and preservation

Alastair Dunning (moderator)

Neil Beagrie,

British Library

Gareth Knight, Digital Preservation Officer, AHDS

Simon Tanner, King's College London

11.30-12.30

Parallel 5 – Panel session and Question Time

Commercial e-Content developments and private/public sector partnerships? td>

Liam Earney (moderator)

Dan Burnstone

Director of Publishing, Chadwyck-Healey, ProQuest

Benjamin White

Copyright Compliance and Publisher Licencing Manager, British Library

 

12.30-1.00 Lunch and digitisation projects exhibition td>
2.00 – 3.00

Parallel 1 – Panel session and Question Time

Capacity Building – investment in centres of excellence in European Union and the US David Dawson (moderator)

Digital Future, Museums, Libraries and Archives Council

Kevin Guthrie

President, Ithaka

Anne-Marie Millner

Canadian Heritage Information Network

2.00 – 3.00

Parallel 2

– Panel session and Question Time

Transforming the user's experience – how can institutions develop innovative and affordable tools to engage increasingly sophisticated audiences Brian Kelly (moderator)

UKOLN

Adrian Arthur, Head of Web Services, British Library

Alistair Russell

Developer, MSpace

2.00 – 3.00

Parallel 3

– Panel session and Question Time

Digital capture and conversion of historic texts - overcoming the OCR challenges. Dr Paul Ell, Queen’s University, Belfast (moderator)

Aly Conteh, Head of Digitisation, British Library

Dr Julian Ball, University of Southampton

Lyn Lewis Dafis

Head of Digitisation and Metadata unit, National Library of Wales

2.00 – 3.00

Parallel 4 – Panel session and Question Time

The legal landscape – Copyright, IPR and licences and mass digitisation Emma Beer(moderator)

Manager for the Strategic Content Alliance, JISC

Emanuella Giavarra

Legal Counsel

Naomi Korn

Consultant

2.00 – 3.00

Parallel 5 – Panel session and Question Time

Resource discovery portal developments Balviar Notay, Programme Manager, Information Environment, JISC (moderator)

Ian Dolphin

Head of e-Strategy, University of Hull

3.00-3.30

Plenary

Wrap up and Feedback from parallel sessions and feedback from

e-Content Symposium

Sarah Porter (Chair)

Head of Development, JISC

3.30-3.40 Closing remarks Simon Tanner, King's Digital Consultancy Services, King's College London

 

 

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