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					Tallinn University, Estonia, November 23 – 27, 2009


Workshop, 1st part: Theories in Information Studies (Monday, 23
November 10.00 – Wednesday, 25 November 12.00)

Monday 23 November 2009

10.00-10.20 Welcome, Information about the program – Practical information –
            Introduction of lecturers and students. Niels Ole Pors & Aira Lepik.

10.30-12.00 Lecture/ & discussion.
            Sanna Talja: Metatheories, theories and models in LIS and the role of theory
            in doctoral dissertation

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-15.00 Lecture & discussion.
            Olof Sundin: Socio-cultural theories and approaches in LIS

15.00-15.30 Coffee

15.30-17.30 Student presentations & workshop with seniors (10 min student
            presentation + 30 min discussion per 1 student)

Group 1:
Workshop leaders: Sanna Talja & Sirje Virkus & Olof Sundin
      Feng Gu (FI): Build a Hierarchical Model of Information Literacy and its
      applications in practical training. Commentator: Boström, Erik (SE)
      Grigas, Vincas (LT): Information literacy: what level professional libraries need?
      Commentator: Karjalainen, Riitta-Liisa (FI)
      Thorarinsdottir, Thordis (IS): Information literacy competencies of secondary
      school students in Iceland. Commentator: Nielsen, Bo Gerner (DK)

Group 2:
Workshop leaders: Aira Lepik & Niels Ole Pors
      Doracic, Alen (SE): Information, ethics and the transformation of professional
      practice. Commentator: Lahtinen, Hanna (FI)
      Grenina, Aiga (LV): The social value of the innovative electronic resources.
      Commentator: Lund, Arwid (SE)




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       Petraitytė, Simona (LT): The changes of contemporary scholarly communication
       and its impact to development strategies of academic libraries. Commentator:
       Pääsuke, Ruth (EE)

Tuesday 24 November 2009

10.00-12.00 Lecture & discussion.
            Niels Ole Pors: Logical empiricism and Library and Information Science
            Research

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-15.00 Student presentations & workshop with seniors (10 min student
            presentation + 30 min discussion)

Group 1:
Workshop leaders: Sanna Talja & Sirje Virkus & Olof Sundin
      Boström, Erik (SE): Information literacy as appropriation of genre in upper
      secondary school - Through dialogue and collaborative writing with digital tools.
      Commentator: Feng Gu (FI)
      Karjalainen, Riitta-Liisa (FI): Information literacy as a social phenomenon
      Commentator: Grigas, Vincas (LT)
      Nielsen, Bo Gerner (DK): Information literacy and learning: competencies and
      skills for librarians’ support of lifelong learning in public libraries. Commentator:
      Thorarinsdottir, Thordis (IS)

Group 2:
Workshop leaders: Aira Lepik & Kerstin Rydbeck
      Evjen, Sunniva (NO): Placing the public library – a comparative analysis of
      policy perspectives. Commentator: Grigaliunas, Modestas (LT)
      Holm-Hansson, Sarah (DK): Gaming: Bringing the future of Danish public
      libraries into play. Commentator: Carlsson, Hanna (SE)
      Vernickaite, Aurelija (LT): Parliamentary Library and problems of the Members
      of Parliament Information Needs. Commentator: Johannesson, Kristin (SE)

15.00-15.30 Coffee

15.30-17.30 Student presentations & workshop with seniors (10 min student
            presentation + 30 min discussion)

Group 1:
Workshop leaders: Sanna Talja & Sirje Virkus & Olof Sundin
      Aarnitaival, Saraleena (FI): Immigrants seeking information about work life - a
      study of the information practices of Russian and Kurd women in Finland.
      Commentator: Askola, Kreetta (FI)




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       Adland, Marit Kristine (NO): How do social tags assigned to domain specific
       documents work over time as a tool for information retrieval, when browsing or
       searching? Commentator: Huuskonen, Saila (FI)
       Tanni, Mikko (FI): Teacher trainees' conceptions of seeking and using
       information in lesson planning. Commentator: Känsäkoski, Helena (FI)

Group 2:
Workshop leaders: Michael Olsson & Niels Ole Pors
      Lahtinen, Hanna (FI): Knowledge Creation and Sharing across Organizational
      Boundaries. Commentator: Doracic, Alen (SE)
      Johannesson, Kristin (SE): Knowledge Organization/Classification and Gender.
      Commentator: Vernickaite, Aurelija (LT)
      Kont, Kate-Riin (EE): Time-driven activity-based costing (TDABC) in assessing
      the effectiveness of academic library. Commentator: Suminas, Andrius (LT)


Wednesday 25 November 2009

9.30-11.00 Lecture & discussion.
           Ágústa Pálsdóttir: Social cognitive theory

11.00-12.00 Summing up – evaluation.
            Niels Ole Pors & Sanna Talja

12.00-13.00 Lunch


Workshop, 2nd part: Methodologies and Research Methods in
Information Studies (Wednesday, 25 November 13.00 – Friday, 27
November 17.30)

Wednesday 25 November 2009

13.00-13.20 Welcome, Information about the program – Practical in formation –
            Introduction of lecturers and students. Niels Ole Pors and Aira Lepik.

13.30-15.00 Lecture & discussion.
            Michael Olsson: Qualitative Methods: Bridging theories and methods

15.00-15.30 Coffee

15.30-17.30 Student presentations & workshop with seniors (10 min student
            presentation + 30 min discussion)

Group 1:
Workshop leaders: Aira Lepik & Niels Pharo & Niels Ole Pors;


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       Grigaliunas, Modestas (LT): Civil empowerment in the public (communicational)
       new media space. The comparative analysis of the situation of Lithuanian‘s
       counterpropaganda. Commentator: Evjen, Sunniva (NO)
       Hellqvist, Björn (SE): Scholarly Communication and Citation Patterns in
       Literature studies. Commentator: Andresen, Jens Peter (DK)
       Suminas, Andrius (LT): Electoral Impact Tools: Communication Aspects.
       Commentator: Kont, Kate-Riin (EE)

Group 2:
Workshop leaders: Kerstin Rydbeck & Ágústa Pálsdóttir & Liga Krumina
      Känsäkoski, Helena (FI): Value Creation in Childhood Obesity Prevention: An
      Information Chain or Knowledge Network in Health Care? Commentator: Tanni,
      Mikko (FI)
      Jakobsen, Charles Seger (DK): Folksonomies: When the user is an information
      architect. Commentator: Dahl, Tor Arne (NO)
      Tamme, Asko (EE): Estonian Library Discourse 1882 – 1940. Commentator:
      Enwald, Heidi (FI)


Thursday 26 November 2009

09.30-12.00 Lecture/ & discussion.
            Niels Ole Pors: Survey Research, Models and Statistical Analysis of Data.

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-15.00 Student presentations & workshop with seniors (10 min student
            presentation + 30 min discussion)

Group 1:
Workshop leaders: Nils Pharo & & Ágústa Pálsdóttir
      Askola, Kreetta (FI): Weight management on the Internet: Focus on information
      practices and their impact. Commentator: Aarnitaival, Saraleena (FI)
      Andresen, Jens Peter (DK): Performance assessment in the medical field:
      bibliometric approaches. Commentator: Hellqvist, Björn (SE)
      Huuskonen, Saila (FI): Documentation and use of client information system (CIS)
      by social workers in child protection services. Commentator: Adland, Marit
      Kristine (NO)

Group 2:
Workshop leaders: Michael Olsson & Kerstin Rydbeck
      Late, Elina (FI): Cultural shaping of scholarly communication in research
      institutes. Commentator: Ruusalepp, Raivo (EE)
      Dahl, Tor Arne (NO): Librarianship and the professionalization of information
      architecture. Commentator: Jakobsen, Charles Seger (DK)




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       Ruusalepp, Raivo (EE): Application of risk management methods to digital
       preservation. Commentator: Late, Elina (FI)

15.00-15.30 Coffee

15.30-17.00 Lecture/&discussion.
            Rimvydas Lauzikas: Heritage like text: reading models. A case study
            Approach.



Friday 27 November 2009

10.00-12.00 Lecture/ & discussion.
            Nils Pharo: Methods for analysing interactive information retrieval.

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-14.00 Student presentations & workshop with seniors (15 min. student
            presentation + 45 min discussion)

Group 1:
Workshop leaders: Nils Pharo & Ágústa Pálsdóttir
      Carlsson, Hanna (SE): Constructing the library – shaping technology: The use of
      social media applications in the Swedish public library context. Commentator:
      Holm-Hansson, Sarah (DK)

Group 2:
Workshop leaders: Kerstin Rydbeck & Liga Krumina
      Gudinavičius, Arūnas (LT): The quality of digital book. Commentator: Põldaas,
      Mai (EE)


14.00-15.00 Lecture & discussion
            Kerstin Rydbeck: Action research

15.00-15.30 Coffee

15.30-17.00 Student presentations & workshop with seniors (10 min student
            presentation + 30 min discussion)

Group 1:
Workshop leaders: Nils Pharo & Ágústa Pálsdóttir
      Enwald, Heidi (FI): Tailoring of health communication. Commentator: Tamme,
      Asko (EE)




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      Pääsuke, Ruth (EE): Digital library resources in social sciences: user satisfaction
      and service quality. Commentator: Petraitytė, Simona (LT)

Group 2:
Workshop leaders: Michael Olsson & Liga Krumina
      Lund, Arwid (SE): Non-commercial and commercial social production in digital
      environments. Commentator: Grenina, Aiga (LV)
      Põldaas, Mai (EE): Book culture in Estonia in the first decade of 21st century
      Commentator: Gudinavičius, Arūnas (LT)

17.00-17.30 Summing up – evaluation
            Ágústa Pálsdóttir




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