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82º Congreso Anual IFLA 2016, 13-19 agosto 2016. Sección de Libros Raros y Colecciones Especiales ‪#‎WLIC2016‬

Aurora Díez Baños 12 de Agosto de 2016 a las 09:07 h

Ente el 13 y el 19 de agosto, se celebrará en Columbus, Ohio (USA), la edición 82 del Congreso Anual IFLA, este año bajo el lema "Connections. Collaboration. Community". Os ofrecemos el resumen del programa de actividades organizadas por la Sección de Libros Raros y Colecciones Especiales.



Conference Sessions


Monday 15 August

Session 091     Worth a Thousand Words: A Global Perspective on Image Description, Discovery, and Access. Rare books and Special collections with Art Libraries and Audiovisual and Multimedia

09:00-17:30. Off-site Location: The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, 1813 N High St, Columbus, OH 43210




Lisa Carter, Special Collections and Area Studies, The Ohio State University Libraries, United States

Valerie Hotchkiss, University Librarian, Vanderbilt

1. Image Analysis and Description: Words, Insights and Disciplines

Elke Köppen, Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias en Ciencias y Humanidades (UNAM), Mexico



Chair: Hege Stenskud Høsøien, National Library of Norway, Norway

1. Bibliographic Description of Pictorial Material: an introduction to Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Graphics)

Erin Blake, Collection Information Services, Folger Shakespeare Library, United States

2. Managing Image Metadata: Building Workflows for Effective Discovery

Morag Boyd, Special Collections Description and Access, Ohio State University Libraries, United States

3. What It Is and What Does It Mean for the DPLA Network and Global Access to Digital Cultural Heritage

Emily Gore, Digital Public Library of America, United States

4. Expanding Access to Natural History Images: the Biodiversity Heritage Library and its Global Consortium

Trish Rose-Sandler, Biodiversity Heritage Library, United States



With Cartoon Artist Jeff Smith and Jenny Robb, Curator of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum                        


Chairs: Liselotte Winka, Konstfack/University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Sweden

David Farneth, Getty Research Institute, United States

1. An Introduction to the International Image Interoperability Framework

Tom Crane, Digirati, United Kingdom

2. Introducing PHAROS, an International Photo Archive Consortium

Inge Reist, Center for the History of Collecting, Frick Art Reference Library, United States

3. These Silent Witnesses of My Affections: A Collaborative Recreation of Count Leopoldo Cicognara's Library

Sandra Brooke, Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University, United States

Kathleen Salomon, Getty Research Institute, United States

4. Responsable Innovation, Bibliothèque national de France, "Biblissima and IIIF"

Emmanuelle Bermès, Bibliothèque nationale de France, France

Matthieu Bonicel, Bibliothèque nationale de France, France



Access, Discovery ... now what?

Piotr Adamczyk, Image Content and Museum Partnerships, ITHAKA, United States






Tuesday 16 August

Session 146     'Data Across Borders: Discovering and Describing Rare Materials'. Rare Books and Special Collections. 13:45 - 15:45; Room C112-115

Collections of rare materials have always been international: items have crossed borders to end up in collections far from their place of creation, and the people who want to discover the collections and interrogate the data relating to them may come from anywhere in the world. However the borders of the title are also professional - the languages of bibliography, cataloguing, conservation, and digitization processes and metadata through which rare materials may be described. This session will present some of the key issues relating to the description of rare materials such as national bibliographies and their re-use, the impact of RDA on the international landscape of rare book cataloguing, and the increased creation and use of metadata relating to rare materials in libraries by the digital humanities academic community, and will invite discussion of a set of position statements relating to these issues with a view to identifying areas of common interest and concern and contributing to the development of guidelines for principles and best practice for the creation and sharing of metadata relating to cultural heritage collections.

Chairs: Helen Vincent, National Library of Scotland, United Kingdom

Speaker: Claudia Fabian, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Germany


Session 154     Theft in libraries - facing the hidden truth. Strategic Programme on Preservation and Conservation (PAC) with Rare Books and Special Collections. 16:00 - 18:00; Room C210-212

Panel discussion with three panelists after the presentations.                 

Chairs: Daryl Green, University of St Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom

1. The Underside of the Iceberg: major thefts from a small repository

Lenore Rouse, Catholic University of America, United States. Michael Zubal, John T. Zubal Inc., United States

2. "Cold case" - The story of inside thefts at the National library of Sweden

Greger Bergvall, National library of Sweden, Sweden                          

3. Panel Discussion

Chair:Daryl Green, University of St Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom

Panellists: Edwin C. Schroeder, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University, United States; Luigi Mondini, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Art Crime Team, United States; Garrett Scott, International League of Antiquarian Booksellers / Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America, United States


Wednesday 17 August

Session 164     Quality management and preservation in the age of mass processing - Preservation and Conservation with Audiovisual and Multimedia and Rare Books and Special Collections. 09:30 - 12:45; Hall E

Chairs: Alenka Kavčič-Čolić, Chair of Preservation and Conservation Section, Slovenia; Beth Kilmarx; Michael J. Miller, AVMS

1. Keeping the collection care in mass production

Jeanne Drewes, Library of Congress, United States

2. A Practical Approach to Digital Preservation Planning at a Mid‐Sized Academic Library

Christine Wiseman, Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library, United States                         

3. The establishment of a preservation stack environment monitoring system

Heawon Hyun, National Library of Korea, Korea, Republic of; Kwibok Lee, National Library of Korea, Korea, Republic of                      

4. Dr Perfectionist: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Quantity

Damien Cassidy, State Library of New South Wales, Australia                           

5. Case studies of Large-Scale digital preservation initiatives (LSDIs) as a Conservation Strategy for Heritage materials in Africa

Michael Kasusse, Makerere University Library, Uganda; Ifeoma Stella Njoku, The Library of Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria; Agyemang Badu Boateng, Berekum College of Education, Ghana; Anitha Jackson Mwakyagi, College of Business Education, Tanzania, United Republic of                         

6. Conservation approach in the mass processes at the National Library of Poland: acquiring, disinfection, de-acidification, digitizing of the collections

Bogdan Filip Zerek, National Library of Poland, Poland                               

7. The cooperative system for the management and long-term preservation of the modern Bohemical book collections

Tomas Foltyn, National Library of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic                                

8. PDF/A for digitization and digital preservation

Yan Han, The University of Arizona Libraries, United States


Business Meetings


Saturday 13 August

Session 010 Standing Committee I - Rare Books and Special Collections

09:45 - 12:15; Room: C220-221


Thursday 18 August

Session 217 Standing Committee II - Rare Books and Special Collections

11:30 - 13:00; Room: C224

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