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15th Euraslic conference

Created on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 - 12:50

Varna

15th Euraslic conference entitled World Ocean of Data & Information: Creating Value by their Organization and Management is just around the corner. Program is published on Conference page. Looking forward to meeting you all.

Travel grant announcement 2013

Created on Thursday, January 10, 2013 - 12:56

Dear Euraslics,

Varna

Travel grant for the 15th Biennial EURASLIC Meeting: World Ocean of Data & Information: Creating Value by their Organization and Management, 13-15 May, 2013, Varna, Bulgaria is announced.

If you are Euraslic member who want to come to Varna and need some financial support you are invited to apply for sponsorhip.

 

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Conference 2013

Created on Monday, December 17, 2012 - 16:04

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 As the New 2013 year is round the corner we are very please to invite to join us to 15th Euraslic conference, to be held in Varna, Bulgaria, May 13-15, 2013.

The Conference coincides with 25th Anniversary of EURASLIC, so do not miss the opportunity to celebrate together the quarter of a century of existence of the organization.

 

More at the Conference page

 

Marry Christmas and Happy new Year filled with prosperity and succes!

 

 

 

 

Membership fee

Created on Monday, October 1, 2012 - 11:29

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IAMSLIC/EURASLIC membership fees has changed.

Information about new fees are available

from Euraslic site: How to join

or from IAMSLIC site: Join IAMSLIC

 

Alaska - 38th IAMSLIC conference

Created on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 17:32

The 38th IAMSLIC conference took place in Anchorage, Alaska. Anchorage university was the host. Anchorage is Alaska's largest city and constitutes more than 40 percent of the state's total population.

 This meeting gathered 60 persons, most of them were from USA , only six from Europe. The meeting was very interesting, divaded in several sessions.

 

·         Session 1: Innovations in Instruction
In the session one there were two interesting presentations.
Interactive game named « Gaming against plagiarism ». was presented. The purpose of game is to raise awareness of plagiarism, and falsification of data. With a two year National Science Foundation grant the authors created an online, interactive game that provides a role playing environment in which graduate students learn to recognize and avoid plagiarism so they may function effectively and ethically as authors within multi national research teams.

The second one was the workshop about QR codes. Quick responses “QR codes” are two dimensional matrix symbols that can be created easlily and scanned by the camera feature of various mobile devices. These codes yield point of use text, URL or location information.  This workshop explain how create QR codes

·         Session 2: Changing Roles for Libraries
Changing roles of libraries was shown on the example of ORI Library. Botswana.

·         Session 3: Databases and Discovery
Can Google sholar replace ASFA the librarins were able to find out in Janet Webster’s presentation. Although more results are obtained by google scholar not all of them are relevant. The value of the databeses are in cover and search precision but how convince users of that ?
On the round table On the wild frontier of discovery, were discussed discovery tools and services, federated search, specific databes and their overlap.

·         Session 4: Data Management
In data management session were presented Biodiversity library heritage and WHOAS archive, as well as Bio directorate at the National Science foundation. IODE has Panel discussion on Data Citation

·         Session 6: Sponsor Presentations
Thomson ISI and ORCID gave insight into their services

·         Session 7: Green Flash
Green Flash intoduce OpenDoar and Toxmap.

·         Session 8: Repositories and Digital Preservation
In
ASFA/Aquatic commons Panel discussion conversion and mapping tools were presented.

Marie Pascale Baligand,  EURASLIC Vice-President

 

 

 

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