Digital Libraries à la Carte – Ticer Sumer School

I taught IM at the TICER summer school in 2006 when Jenny Levine and I traveled to Holland for a week. It’s so nice to see this year’s roster of topics – continually evolving as library technology evolves.

From 26 30 July 2010, Ticers international summer school “Digital Libraries à la Carte” will be held at Tilburg University, the Netherlands. You can pick your choice from a completely renewed menu offive one-day modules.

  • Module 1: Strategic Developments and Library Management
  • Module 2: The Library in the Scholar’s Workflow and Research Data
  • Module 3: Libraries – Partners in Teaching and Learning
  • Module 4: Mobile Technologies in Education and Library
  • Module 5: Web 2.0 and Linked Data in Libraries

The informative website can be found at www.tilburguniversity.nl/ticer/2010/.

Learn about:

  • Supporting your institutions strategic goals
  • Your librarys return on investment
  • The role of libraries in research assessment
  • Digital scholarship
  • Data management and re-use
  • The scholars workflow
  • Research support services
  • Web lectures
  • 21st Century literacies
  • Physical learning spaces
  • The use of mobile devices by teens and young adults
  • Mobile technology in teaching and learning
  • Mobile enhanced library services
  • eReaders in education and libraries
  • Web 2.0
  • User-centred design of next-generation library services
  • Linked data
  • Open annotation

The course is targeted at library managers/directors, deputy librarians, library middle management, digital library project managers, IT/systems librarians, IT specialists, information specialists, research librarians, teaching and learning support staff, and publishers and researchers.

Further information

  • Ms Jola Prinsen, Manager Ticer
  • Tilburg University, Library and IT Services
  • P.O. Box 90153, 5000 LE Tilburg, The Netherlands

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