2017 Presentations

‘Ireland’s Memory, Ireland’s Discovery – delivering our vision’ - Christopher Pressler (DCU)

‘The postgraduate research student’s user experience (UX): How can libraries support researcher skills development more effectively’ - Helen Young (Loughborough University)

‘"All the Feels": Using emotion to promote research resources at the National Library of Ireland’ - Katherine McSharry (National Library of Ireland)

‘Irish Research eLibrary (IReL): Past, Present and Future – how the libraries of the IUA and RCSI have collaborated to deliver essential information resources to researchers’ - Arlene Healy (Trinity College Dublin) & Rita Pinhasi (IReL)

‘Size Does Matter…But Not in the Way You think.’ - Christopher Pressler (Dublin City University)

‘The network reshapes the research library collection’ - Lorcan Dempsey (OCLC)

‘Born in the USB: Digital collecting at the National Library of Ireland’ - Della Keating (National Library of Ireland) & Joanna Finnegan (National Library of Ireland)

‘The Relevance of the Archivist in the Complexity of Commemoration: Ireland’s Decade of Centenaries’ - Kate Manning (University College Dublin)

‘The Research Data Alliance: Supporting Information Professionals and Researchers in RDM’ - Rebecca Grant (National Library of Ireland)

‘Developing RDM services at UCD Library’ - Jenny O’Neill (University College Dublin)

‘The Establishment and Development of UCD Library’s Research Services Unit:Successes and Challenges’ - Julia Barrett (University College Dublin)

‘Recent trends in research staffing at academic libraries’ - John Cox (National University of Ireland, Galway)

‘Librarians supporting research in Wales: Collaborative staff development and capacity building’ - Beth Hall (Bangor University)

‘Emerging from the chrysalis – transforming libraries for the future’ - Danny Kingsley (University of Cambridge)

‘Ask the Audience: Identifying what library services are important to the research community at DCU’ - Jack Hyland & Lisa Callaghan (Dublin City University)

‘Are we communicating effectively, and fully engaging with our research community? – A case study at Maynooth University Library’ - Frank Brady & Ciaran Quinn (Maynooth University)

‘How the partnership between the Library of Trinity College Dublin Digital Resources and Imaging Services and the ADAPT Centre is inspiring and supporting research’ - Declan O’Sullivan (Trinity College Dublin)

‘Putting the band back together’: Synergy in Research Support - Fran Callaghan (Dublin City University)

Supporting Research through Metadata and Access - Nicole Arbuckle (Backstage Library Works)

‘Making Open Access count: Creating standards to measure the use of Open Access resources’ - Joseph Greene (University College Dublin)

‘Development of a MODS-RDF Cataloguing Tool for the Digital Resources and Imaging Services of Trinity College Dublin’ - Lucy McKenna (Trinity College Dublin) & Marta Bustillo (University College Dublin)

‘Mapping Sound ‘Off the Map’ at UCC: The Potential of Collaboration Between the Library’s Special Collections and the Musicology Department’ - Elaine Harrington & Jillian Rogers (University College Cork)

‘A journey of discovery: investigating student publishing at the University of Manchester’ - Simon Bains (University of Manchester)

‘You’ve Got Mail! Supporting research through an online transcription project’ - Aisling Lockhart (Trinity College Dublin)

‘How does Open Access research sit in a Citation network?’ - Guillaume Rivalle (Clarivate Analytics)

‘Case HAMK Unlimited: Publishing portal as a tool for skills development’ - Maria Lassila-Merisalo (Hame University of Applied Sciences)

‘Researching Rex: The Liam O’Leary Archive and Ireland’s Film Heritage‘ - Joanne Carroll (National Library of Ireland)

Opening up a Mapping Project Digitally - Aisling Keane (National University of Ireland, Galway)

Panel Discussion on Open Access - Robert Galavan (Maynooth University)

Panel Discussion on Open Access – Robert Galavan (Maynooth University)

Panel Discussion on Open Access - John Fitzgerald (UCC)

‘Exporting official publications from a DSpace archive and converting to MARC for upload to the British Library and University Library Management System’ - Michael Goodall (Queens University Belfast)

‘Facilitating User Engagement by Enriching Library Data using Semantic Technologies’ - Christophe Debruyne (Trinity College Dublin)

‘The National Folklore Collection online: A UCD Library project to support researcher access to a unique collection’ - Andrew Slattery (University College Dublin)

‘Online exhibit tools: Google Cultural Institute vs Omeka and other open source alternatives’ - Daniel Montes (University College Dublin)

Teaching research skills for unique and distinctive collections: Experiences at Maynooth University Library’ - Barbara McCormack (Maynooth University)