Development and prospective of library systems
Auditorio Alfonso Caso
November 16th- 18th, 2016
 
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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

Objective: Study, discussion and exchange of views and experiences about how library systems currently face challenges for a better performance and responsiveness to user demands and their projection towards the foreseeable future.

NOVEMBER 16TH

8:15 a 8:50 Registration

9:00 a 9:15 Opening

9:30 a 10:20
Keynote Lecture: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN LIBRARIES

Keynote Speaker:
John J. Huber, President J. Huber & Associates. USA.
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Objective:
Analysis of the role of the library in integrated environments in a changing world.


Round Table 1. METHODOLOGIES TO EVALUATE THE RESPONSIVENESS OF LIBRARY SYSTEMS
Objective:
To know alternative mechanisms and methods in order to assess the performance of library systems.

10:30 a 12:30

Moderator:
Elsa M. Ramírez Leyva, Directora General de Bibliotecas. UNAM. México.
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Panelists:
Adelaida Ferrer. Directora del CRAI. Universidad de Barcelona. España.
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Donna Scheeder, President, IFLA. EUA.
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Joseph R. Matthews, President, JRM Consulting, Inc. USA.
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12:30 a 13:00 Coffee Break


Round Table 2. BEST PRACTICES AND FORMS OF ORGANIZATION
Objective:
Exchange of experiences and knowledge about the best ways to perform library work.

13:00 a 15:00

Moderator:
Alberto Arellano Rodríguez, Coordinador del Sistema Bibliotecario. Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán. México.
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Panelists:
Regiane Alcántara Bracchi. Coordinadora del Sistema de Bibliotecas de UNICAMP. Brasil.
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Debra Wallace, Executive Director and Library Services. Harvard Business School. USA.
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Bárbara Susana Sánchez Vignau, Escuela Superior de Cuadros del Estado y el Gobierno. La Habana, Cuba.
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NOVEMBER 17TH

9:30 a 10:20
Keynote Lecture: INNOVATION AS A FACTOR FOR ACTION IN THE ACADEMIC LIBRARY

Keynote Speaker:
Brenda L. Johnson, Library Director and University Librarian. The University of Chicago. USA.
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Objective:
To propose options of participation of the academic library for learning and approach to knowledge.


Round Table 3. KNOWLEDGE AND CONTENT MANAGEMENT
Objective:

Analysis of library systems as generating spaces of professional knowledge and interaction.

10:30 a 12:30

Moderator:
Luis del Castillo Mora, Director del Sistemas de Bibliotecas. Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí. México.
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Panelists:
Francisco Javier Carrillo Gamboa, Investigador del Centro de Sistemas de Conocimiento y Presidente de la Comunidad Iberoamericana de Sistemas de Conocimiento, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. México.
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Adolfo Rodríguez Gallardo, Investigador Emérito Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecológicas, UNAM. México.
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Pablo Miguel Murray, Director Biblioteca Central Rosario. Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina. Argentina.
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12:30 a 13:00 Coffee Break


Round Table 4. THE INFORMATION PROFESSIONAL AS AN INVIGORATING ELEMENT
Objective:

To redefine and focus the role of the librarian as an apomediating element to new user demands.

Moderator: Miguel Gama Ramírez, Coordinador de la Biblioteca del Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas, UNAM. México.
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13:00 a 15:00

Panelists:
Frank Seeliger, Head of the Academic Library. University of Applied Sciences Wildau. Berlin, Alemania.
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Teresa Malo de Molina Martín-Montalvo. Directora del Servicio de Bibliotecas. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. España.
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Tom Kwanya, Information Studies of the Technical University of Kenya. Nairobi.
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NOVEMBER 18TH

9:30 a 10:20
Keynote Lecture: TOWARDS NEW PARADIGMS FOR BUILDING LIBRARY SYSTEMS

Keynote Speaker:
Michael Furlough, Executive Director of HathiTrust Digital Library. University of Michigan. USA.
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Objective:
To know the trends of libraries in higher education institutions for organizational development of emerging communication practices in their communities.

Round Table 5. TOWARDS A HIGH ADDED VALUE IN INFORMATION SERVICES

Objective:
To examine the opportunities of the information professional to become an innovation catalyst in information services.

10:30 a 12:30

Moderator:
Teresa Matabuena Peláez, Directora de la Biblioteca Francisco Xavier Clavijero, Universidad Iberoamericana. México.
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Panelists:
Gabriela Ortúzar Fontt, Directora del SISIB. Universidad de Chile.
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Sueli Mara Soares Pinto Ferreira. Profesora/Investigadora. Universidad de Sao Paulo. Brasil.
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Nicholas Cop, Consulting NLC Innovation, Integration. USA.
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12:30 a 13:00 Coffee Break


Round Table 6. THE INTELLIGENT LIBRARY: A NEW COMPREHENSIVE OPTION FOR THE USER

Objective:
Highlighting the importance of this technological concept for the optimization of resources and library services.

13:00 a 15:00

Moderator:
Georgina Araceli Torres Vargas, Directora del Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecológicas y de la Información, UNAM. México.
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Panelists:
Angela María Mejía Gutiérrez, Directora Sistema de Bibliotecas, Universidad de los Andes. Colombia.
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Ian M. Johnson, Professor of Information Studies. Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK.
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David Flores Macías, Coordinador del Sistema de Bibliotecas de la Facultad de Medicina, UNAM. México.
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Organizing Committee

Dirección General de Bibliotecas, UNAM

Elsa M. Ramírez Leyva
Julieta Margáin de Ochoa
Federico Turnbull Muñoz
Julio Zetter Leal