21 May 2019 Tuesday
8.30-9.30 Registration
9.30-9.50 Opening ceremony
9.50-10.20 Dr.hist. Jānis Krēsliņš,
Senior Academic Librarian for Research Affairs at National Library of Sweden
‘Technoculture and Messianic Faith: Revisiting Cultural Heritage in the Baltic Sea Region’
10.20-10.50 Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen,
Director of National Library Network Services at National Library of Finland, Special adviser at LIBER
‘European and National Level Policies Supporting the Digital Shift in Cultural Heritage’
10.50-11.10 Coffee break
11.10-11.40 Prof. Wojciech Fałkowski,
Director of the Royal Castle in Warsaw – Museum
‘Heritage and Memory. Double Challenge and Double Duty’
11.40-11.55 Eva-Maria Artus,
Head of Long Term Preservation Department, National Library of Estonia
‘Preservation of the recent cultural heritage, including born-digital’
11.55-12.10 Jolanta Budriūnienė,
Director of Documentary Heritage Research Department, Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania
‘Use of cultural heritage materials for regional identity building’
12.10-12.25 Robert Zepf,
Director of Rostock University Library
‘Use of cultural heritage materials in research across borders’
12.25-12.40 Jerker Rydén,
Senior Legal Adviser, National Library of Sweden
‘Cross-border accessibility of cultural heritage in digital environment’
12.40-14.00 Lunch break
14.00-14.30 Lotte Wilms,
Digital Scholarship advisor at the KB Research Lab of National Library of the Netherlands
‘The added value of library labs for cultural heritage: the example of the KB Lab’
14.30-15.00 Christophe Didier,
Delegate for Scientific Policy and International Relations, The National and University Library, Strasbourg
‘Libraries as heritage providers: when (and how) documentation becomes research material’
15.00-15.20 Coffee break
15.20-17.45 Short presentations and discussion of the Baltic Sea Region policy makers:
Estonia – Ms. Ülle Talihärm, Adviser of Libraries, Ministry of Culture
Finland – Ms. Minna Karvonen, Director, Department for Art and Cultural Policy, Ministry of Education and Culture
Iceland – Mr. Rúnar Leifsson, Senior-Advisor, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture
Latvia – Mr. Uldis Zariņš, Deputy State Secretary for Cultural Policy, Ministry of Culture
Lithuania – Ms. Gintautė Žemaitytė, Vice-minister of Culture
Sweden – Ms. Eva Stengård, Deputy Director, Ministry of Culture
Moderator – Dr. Gustavs Strenga,
Post-doctoral Fellow at Tallinn University and Senior Researcher at the National Library of Latvia
18.00-20.00 Conference reception
22 May 2019 Wednesday
9.00-9.10 Arrival
9.10-9.40 Jussi-Pekka Hakkarainen,
Information Specialist, National Library of Finland
‘Taming of the In-Copyright Content: Research Libraries as Advocates of Copyright Act in Open Science’
9.40-10.10 Anda Baklāne,
Head of Digital Research Services, National Library of Latvia
‘Does every researcher want something different? A case for new core services in the ALM sector’
10.10-10.30 Coffee break
10.30-12.00 Parallel open discussions on
– Preservation of the recent cultural heritage, including born-digital
– Use of cultural heritage materials for regional identity building
– Use of cultural heritage materials in research across borders
– Cross-border accessibility of cultural heritage in digital environment
12.00-13.00 Presentation of results and conference closing
13.00-14.00 Coffee and snacks