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The International Association of University Libraries (IATUL) invites you to attend the 37th Annual IATUL Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

This year’s theme is Leadership in a Sea of Change, and reflects not only Nova Scotia’s location by the ocean, but also provides the opportunity to share cutting edge experiences and knowledge during this time of continuing change in the world of libraries.
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Monday, June 6 • 15:45 - 17:15
Parallel Session 2A (Collaboration) A library and telematics tandem - About an inspiring partnership for introducing new library services

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Practice-oriented teaching and research at a University of Applied Sciences are in close proximity to the industry and give incentive for the region. So why shouldn’t an institution within, like the university library, also benefit from this concept? Not only a few of more than 200 libraries at Universities of Applied Sciences in Germany work in cooperation with partners in majors, faculties and research teams to work on implementing unique ideas such as 24/7 libraries, chip card systems etc. 

At the Technical University of Applied Sciences in Wildau, such a successful cooperation exists between the library and the major of telematics, specifically the iCampus Wildau project.

The paper is supposed to exemplify the possibilities and thus far successfully realised projects for the library and its users.

Speakers
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Janett Mohnke

Janett Mohnke (*1967) studied computer science at Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany. She received her diploma in 1991 and made her PhD in 1999. For several years, she has lived in and worked at different interesting places like Saarbruecken in Germany, Princeton and Stanford in the U.S.A., and finally Berlin in Germany again. Since 2008 she has been professor of technical computer science at Technical University of Applied Sciences in Wildau... Read More →
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Frank Seeliger

In the first part of his professional life Frank Seeliger completed a vocational training as an electrician. He then pursued studies in the field of Cultural Anthropology, leading first to a Master's and subsequently to a Doctor's degree. He had gathered valuable work experience in both professions by 2006.w | | In the second part of his professional life he followed postgraduate studies to become an academic librarian at the Humboldt University... Read More →


Monday June 6, 2016 15:45 - 17:15
CHEB - C264 5793 University Ave

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