Opening ceremony
Andris Vilks, Director of the National Library of Latvia

Dace Melbārde, Minister of Culture of the Republic of Latvia

Maira Mora, Director General of the Permanent International Secretariat of the Council of the Baltic Sea States

Keynote 1
Jānis Krēsliņš, Senior Academic Librarian for Research Affairs at the National Library of Sweden
‘Technoculture and Messianic Faith: Revisiting Cultural Heritage in the Baltic Sea Region’

Keynote 2
Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, Director of National Library Network Services at the National Library of Finland, Special advisor at LIBER
‘European and National Level Policies Supporting the Digital Shift in Cultural Heritage’

Keynote 3
Wojciech Fałkowski, Director of the Royal Castle in Warsaw – Museum
‘Heritage and Memory. Double Challenge and Double Duty’

Keynote 4
Lotte Wilms, Digital Scholarship advisor at the KB Research Lab of the Royal Library of the Netherlands
‘The added value of library labs for cultural heritage: the example of the KB Lab’

Keynote 5
Christophe Didier, Delegate for Scientific Policy and International Relations at the National and University Library of Strasbourg
‘Libraries as heritage providers: when (and how) documentation becomes research material’

Working group presentations
Eva-Maria Artus, Head of Long Term Preservation Department, National Library of Estonia
‘Preservation of the recent cultural heritage, including born-digital’

Jolanta Budriūnienė, Director of Documentary Heritage Research Department, National Library of Lithuania
‘Use of cultural heritage materials for regional identity building’

Robert Zepf, Director of Rostock University Library
‘Use of cultural heritage materials in research across borders’

Jerker Rydén, Senior Legal Adviser, National Library of Sweden
‘Cross-border accessibility of cultural heritage in digital environment’

Short presentations and discussion of the Baltic Sea Region policy makers: