Florence 19-21 September 2012: Speakers texts

  • Stefano Bargioni Pontificia Università della Santa Croce (Italy): In memory of Paolo Bizzarri († 21 Aug. 2012) : Open source library applications overview and a shorter look on Koha; An experience of migration from a commercial towards an open source ILS (Koha)
  • Silvia Bruni, Cesvot (Italy): How to create an integrated system between libraries and archives collections: a proposal
  • Elena Casini, CESVOT (Italy): The Centro Servizi Volontariato Toscana
  • Marco Cassi EBSCO (Italy, Greece): The future of the information supply chain
  • Marco Ceresoli, IBM (Italy): The IBM view on storage archive solutions: requirements to solve and trends for the future
  • Ivo Contursi, @Cult (Italy): OliSuite: present and future scenario
  • Luisa Gaggini, Casalini (Italy): E-content, E-collections development and libraries in the digital world: the Casalini Torrossa experience –
  • Javier Garrido, Scanbit (Spain): Bibliographic search from mobile devices (iPhone, Android) ; Europeana: Exchange and reuse of objects (EDM and Linked Open Data)
  • Cristina Gareta, Scanbit (Spain): Towards a new bibliographic framework: the LibriSuite approach
  • Andrea Gazzarrini, @Cult (Italy): Linked data: re-thinking knowledge. What, Why, Who? (an introduction to) When, Where, How?
  • Mauro Guerrini, University of Florence (Italy): The digital world and library automation
  • Oscar Esteban de Mingo, Universidad San Pablo CEU (Spain): eAcademia: Integration of new functions and content in the library
  • Josu Moreno, Scanbit (Spain): Making the most of Vufind discovery tool
  • Beatriz Parada Zafra, Elena Villatoro Boan and Javier Mezquita Acosta, CEU (Spain): Analysis and production of LibriSuite at CEUNet
  • Riccardo Ridi, University of Venice (Italy): The (digital) library as hypertext
  • Elena Roseras, ARTIUM (Spain): Management of art heritage documents in the Documentation Centre of ARTIUM, the Basque Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Miriam de la Rochefordière, De Gruyter (Germany): Innovating in a challenging environment
  • Wolfgang Singer IBM (Austria): IBM technology focus over the next 10 years
  • Ivana Truccolo & Mauro Mazzocut, Centro di Riferimento Oncologico;  Simone Cocchi, Arcispedale Santa Maria Nuova di Reggio Emilia – IRCCS (Italy): CIGNOweb.it: an information portal on patient’s health open to the future)
  • R. Franziska Wallner, AUR (Italy): The American University of Rome

 

 

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