Session coordinator: Jakub Petřík, Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic
Where: 22. 5. 2007, 15.45 - 17.30, Auditorium D
Autor: Zibute Petrauskiene, Vilnius University , Lithuania
Latterly, there are a lot of attempts to make scientific information freely accessible. However, greater part of information, intended to be used for scientific work and learning is available only by purchase. The bulk of scientific information is stored in scientific (academic) databases. Problems of database purchase and effective usage are relevant to libraries of different countries.
The following problems are being analysed in the report:
Zibute Petrauskiene graduate student (Dr.) of VU CF (Faculty of Communication of Vilnius University), Head of VUL (Vilnius University Library) Department of User Service Education: Vilnius University.
Dates attended: 1981-1986. Diploma in Library and Information Science, 1986.
Graduate school: doctoral student of Vilnius University Faculty of Communication; since 2002.
Workplace: Vilnius University Library. Since 1995 to present.
Position and Duties: Head, User Service Department. Responsible for organisation of public service, database subscribing and use, instruction of users and development of electronic information services in the Library. Give lecture course of Electronic information services in library for students of VU Comunication Faculty.
Subject of graduation dissertation is associated with Electronic information resources in Lithuanian academic libraries.
Participation in projects: TEMPUS (1998-98); UNESCO Memory of the World (1997-1998); BTMC (2000-2002); DELCIS (2001-2003); PHARE 2000 ŽIPF Initiative of librarians' learning - assumption of growth of informational society (2003); DPE - Digital preservation Europe (2006-2008).
Author: Alena Balvínová, Charles University - Faculty of Science, Czech Republic
Co-authors:Jan Soukup / Charles University - Faculty of Science - Scientific Information Department, Radka Lukášová / Charles University - Faculty of Science - Scientific Information Department
Author: Iva Horová, Library of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Czech Republic
Author: Heike vom Orde, Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation, Germany
Co-authors:Lisa Krolak / UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning
Author: Edita Lichtenbergová, National Library of the Czech Republic
Co-authors:Jaroslava Svobodová, Hana Kubalová / National Library of the Czech Republic
Author: Eva Marvanová, National Library of the Czech Republic
Author: Věra Kroftová, Agricultural Research Institute Kroměříž, Ltd., Agrotest fyto, Ltd., Czech Republic
Author: Stela Filipi Matutinovic, University Library Svetozar Markovic, Serbia
Co-authors:Biljana Kosanovic / National Library of Serbia
Author: Miroslava Jakubeková, Centre for In-service Teachers´ Training, Methodology, Pedagogy in Trencin, Slovakia
Author: Dagmar Brechlerová, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Author: Milena Dobreva, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Institute of Mathematics and Informatics
Co-authors:Zoran Ognjanović / Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Nikola Ikonomov / Institute for Bulgarian Language
Author: Petr Žabička, Moravian Library in Brno, Czech Republic
Co-authors:Lukáš Matějka, Adam Brokeš / Moravian Library in Brno
Author: Beáta Sedláčková, Silesian university in Opava, Czech Republic
Author: Baiba Holma, University of Latvia
Co-authors:Daina Pakalna / University of Latvia
Author: Adéla Jarolímková, CESNET, z.s.p.o., Czech Republic
Co-authors:Petr Lesný, Jan Vejvalka, Kryštof Slabý, Marek Turnovec / Faculty Hospital Motol
Author: Vendula Papíková, Centre of Biomedical Informatics, Institute of Computer Science of the Czech Academy of Sciences
Co-authors:Richard Papik / Charles University - Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship