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Access 2009 Program

 

Wednesday, September 30th
Begin End Session  
8:00 9:00 Hackfest Continental Breakfast and Registration (UPEI)
9:00 12:00 Hackfest Part 1
12:00 1:00 Lunch 
1:00 5:00 Hackfest Part 2 
5:00 9:00 Registration Desk Open at the Mack (corner of University Ave and Grafton, across from Province House)
6:30 + Reception Social: Alan Buchanan + Tim Chaisson & Tian Wigmore @ The Mack - live music will start approx 7:30
Thursday, October 1st
Begin End Session Speakers
7:30 4:30 Conference Registration (Murphy Community Centre)
7:30 8:15 Continental Breakfast 
8:15 8:30 Opening Remarks, Housekeeping  
8:30 9:30 Opening Keynote: Copyright vs Universal Access to All Human Knowledge and Groups Without Cost: The State of Play in the Global Copyfight (Video of Presentation) Cory Doctorow
9:30 10:15

David Binkley Lecture: Will We Command Our Data? Generously Sponsored by Gibson Library Connections (Video of Presentation)

Richard Akerman
10:15 10:45 Coffee 
10:45 11:30 Session: COPPUL's LOCKSS Private Network / Software Lifecycles & Sustainability: a PKP and reSearcher Update (Video of Presentation) Mark Jordan & Brian Owen
11:30 12:00 Hackfest Report 1 (Video of Presentation) Various 
12:00 1:00 Lunch 
1:00 1:45 Session:Chudnovian Stuff  (Video of Presentation) Dan Chudnov
1:45 2:30 Session: IslandLives: A Flexible Digital Repository Framework (Video of Presentation) Donald Moses & Paul Pound
2:30 3:15 Session:Grasping What is Already Within Immediate Reach: Universal Open Access Mandates Stevan Harnad
3:15 3:45 Coffee
3:45 4:30 Session:ILS in the Sky with Diamonds / OS ILS (Video of Presentation) Roy Tennant & Mike Rylander
4:45 6:00 Birds of Feather Session #1 Various
6:00 7:00  Free time
7:00 + Social:  Pub Nite @ Olde Dublin Pub and Bowling to follow at the Murphy Centre
       
Friday, October 2nd
Begin End Session Speakers
7:30 10:00 Conference Desk Open
7:30 8:15 Continental Breakfast 
8:15 8:30 Opening Remarks, Housekeeping  
8:30 9:15 Session: Applications vs. Capabilities (Video of Presentation) Peter Rukavina
9:15 10:00 Session: Drupal In Libraries
(Video of Presentation)
Cary Gordon
10:00 10:30 Coffee 
10:30 11:30 Thunder Talks (Video of Presentation) Various
11:30 12:00 Hackfest Report 2 (Video of Presentation) Various
12:00 1:00 Lunch 
1:00 1:45 Session: Representing and Managing the Data Deluge (Video of Presentation)
Dorothea Salo
1:45 2:30 Session: Inspecting the Elephant: Characterizing the Hathi Trust Collection (Video of Presentation) Roy Tennant
2:30 3:15 Session: Next Gen OPACs (Video of Presentation) Bess Sadler + Jon Jiras
3:15 3:45 Coffee
3:45 4:30 Session: Mobile Apps: USask iPhone Application / Mobile Discovery Application
(Video of Presentation)
Andrew Nagy & Heather Tones White
4:45 6:00 Birds of a Feather #2  
7:00 + Social: Fishbones (includes hors d’oeuvres)  
       
Saturday, October 3rd
Begin End Session Speakers
7:30 8:15 Breakfast  
8:15 8:30 Opening Remarks, housekeeping  
8:30 9:15 Session: Virtual Research Environment - 2 Years Later (Video of Presentation) Mark Leggott
9:15 10:30

Session: The Portal to Texas History (Video of Presentation)

Cathy Hartman/Mark Phillips
10:30 11:00 Coffee  
11:00 12:00 Session: Zotero: A better way to go?
(Video of Presentation)
Gwendolyn MacNairn
12:00 1:00 Closing Keynote: Hacking as a Way of Knowing
(Video of Presentation)
William J. Turkel
1:00 1:10 Closing Remarks