Tuesday, January 22

9:00 - 10:00
10:00 - 10:30
Opening of BOBCATSSS 2019
10:30 - 11:15
Moderator: Boris Badurina

Invited Speaker Koraljka Golub (Linnaeus University, Sweden). From the Library and information science department to the University-wide transdisciplinary iSchool: a model of Linnaeus University

11:15 - 11:45
Get Together Coffee
11:45 - 12:45
Moderator: Jure Žilić

Mariola Antczak and Zbigniew Gruszka (University of Lodz, Poland) Deregulation of the librarian's profession in Poland: the course and the consequences
Kalle Karlsson (University of Borås, Sweden) Connecting the dots between libraries, media and public opinion in Sweden
Issei Suzuki and Masanori Koizumi (University of Tsukuba, Japan) Transformation of library management for the social inclusion: case analysis of the Hood River County Library District

ROOM 0.4
Moderator: Mislav Glavačević

Isto Huvila (Uppsala University, Sweden) Library catalogue is not a community! User contributions to online services of archives, libraries and museums
Nermin Çakmak (Atatürk University, Turkey), Fatma Baysen and Engin Baysen (Near East University, Cyprus) Correlation between attitudes to information search process and knowledge of citation
Michael Boock (Oregon State University, USA)  Undergraduate research in institutional repositories: the Oregon State University experience

Moderator: Cvijetin Vidaković

Jeffrey Pomerantz (Simmons University, USA) Teaching and learning with extended reality technology
Carla Colombati(European documentation Centre of the University of Teramo, Italy), Pietro Valocchi(Telecom Italia Sparkle), and Lorenzo Marconi(University La Sapienza, Italy)  Reshaping online learning in a Wiki playground
Zsuzsanna Arany (Budapest IX. Kerületi Szent-Györgyi Albert Általános Iskola és Gimnázium, Hungary) The possibilities of gamification: new teaching methods in public education

Room II.51
Moderator: Ivona Grgić


Eberhardt Clément, Camille Coulon, Pauline Davy, Loïc Gayé and Maxime Vebret (Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University, France) How information and communication technologies could be the key component of Smart Cities development?

13:00 - 14:00
Moderator: Drahomira Cupar

Alina Stoicescu (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) Data science competencies in Danish academic libraries
Asmae Zaidane and Masanori Koizumi (University of Tsukuba, Japan) Data librarians and research data services in academic libraries: roles and current situation
Dzejla Khattab and Nadina Grebović Lendo, Ajla Demiragić (University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina) Community engagement in academic libraries: initiative at the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo

ROOM 0.4
Moderator: Stijepo Vrdoljak

Anita Đurašinović (University of Osijek, Croatia) Human activity recognition with smartphones and its economic implications
Stefani Majić (University of Osijek, Croatia) Using machine learning for anomaly detection in streaming dana
Michał Żytomirski (University of Lodz, Poland) Digital traces of users of Polish university libraries websites

Moderator: Monika Bikadi

Ziming Gong and Yang Liu(Beijing Technology and Business University, People's Republic of China) and Laia Darbra Martinez(University de Barcelona, Spain), Wout Feringa and Rik de Vries(Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands) Augment my workplace Max Ehlert(International School of Management, Germany)

15:30 - 17:30
City Tour

Wednesday, January 23

10:00 - 10:45
Moderator: Boris Bosančić

Invited Speaker Frank Huysmans (University of Amsterdam,  Netherlands)Creating public libraries for the future: how comparing library systems can help

11:00 - 12:00
Moderator: Gordana Gašo

Matilde Fontanin  (University "La Sapienza", Rome, Italy) Warriors, allies or spectators: A look at stakeholders' perception of the role of libraries and librarians in the fake news phenomenon
Agnieszka Sułkowska (University of Warsaw, Poland) A study of the teachers' motivation in the process of teaching digital skills: case study of the Megamisja program
Lucija Žilić (University of Zadar, Croatia). Digital skills of young people and active participation in society

ROOM 0.4
Moderator: Vedrana Filić

Antonie Feitsma, Miguel Seroon and Mitchel van der Waard  (Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands),Qiao Wang(Beijing Technology and Business University, People's Republic of China) We can’t save our planet, maybe ‘AI & Big Data’ can

Moderator: Mirna Gilman

Anđela Stošić (Faculty of Philology, Serbia) Using digital collections: a comparative analysis in the case of the three public libraries in Serbia
Andor Nagy (National Széchényi Library, Hungary) Ensuring equal access to digital content: how to make an accessible web design for a librarian wiki website?
Davor Bračko (Institute of Information Science, Slovenia)  Regional network of library information systems - 

12:00 - 12:30
Coffee Break
12:30 - 13:30
Moderator: Jelena Duvančić

Laura Avià (University of Barcelona, Spain) Learn to work together: trends in social and collaborative information seeking
Andrea Gyuricza (Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary) The fate of a Hungarian cultural heritage nowadays: the Library of the National Casino

Nina Wančová (Charles University of Prague, Czech Republic) How modern and innovative are Czech museums? Results of quantitative research

ROOM 0.4
Moderator: Tena Vilček

Ryoko Uragami, Tomoya Igarashi, Marika Kawamoto, Issei Suzuki, Masanori Koizumi and Keiko Sakai (University of Tsukuba, Japan) Development of reading-related programs for teenagers: a survey of components of teen services in Japanese public libraries
Mirna Gilman Ranogajec and Ines Hocenski (University of Osijek, Croatia) School library cultural and public program and services in practice: an example of school libraries in the city of Osijek
Petar Matusina , Jure Žilić and Sanjica Faletar Tanacković (University of Osijek, Croatia)  Book buying habits of Croatian citizens

Moderator: Vedrana Filić

Núria Toneu Llobet (University de Barcelona, Spain), Joost Verberne(Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands), Chia Ling Lee (National Central University, Taiwan)Wei Jen Chou(Providence University, Taiwan) and  Say goodbye to your privacy? A workshop on online privacy in Smart Homes

13:45 - 15:30
Poster Session
Moderator: Kristina Feldvari
  1. Malin Barkelind (Uppsala University, Sweden) The Nordic library – What is it and whom is it for?
  2. Dario Belcar, Marin Đaković, Valentina Pjanić, Josip Šprljan, Tina Ćošić, Ella Crnić and Nikolina Peša Pavlović (University of Zadar, Croatia) Morepress - Students’ experience with digitization of academic journals
  3. Laura Garcia Piqué (University of Barcelona, Spain) Sònia Camarasa Sola,  andRobert Mokhtari Marmol Animals in the library: the benefits of bring them at the library
  4. Amelie Andresen, Alina Balandis, Aline Brun, Céline Schmelzer, Charlotte Schröer, Leonie Weber, Silke Clausing, and Christian Wartena(Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany) Wish and reality - The consistency between students’ employment aspirations and their subsequent employment activities in the fields of information management
  5. Marta CotaNina Kvesić and Drahomira Cupar (University of Zadar, Croatia) Social media: reality or virtual world
  6. Svetoslava Dimitrova (University of library studies and information technologies, Bulgaria) Intellectual freedom And dimensions of online censorship
  7. Mathilde Gaffet (BM Bordeaux, France), Camille Delaune(Alliance française de Toronto, Canada) and Laure Papon-Vidal (Aix-Marseille Université, France) Libraries and multiculturalism: stakes and limits
  8. Gordana Gašo (University of Osijek, Croatia) LIS doctoral students and their supervisors: an exploratory study at Croatian state universities
  9. Beate Granström (University of Borås, Sweden) What’s on top? Comparing the lists of most loaned books from Swedish public libraries
  10. Adriana HibikMaja ŠimenićDamir Hasenay and Ines Horvat (University of Osijek, Croatia) Organization of the library collection in the monastery of the Congregation of Daughters of Mercy in Blato on the island of Korčula
  11. Kristina Kiš and Bernardica Plašćak (University of Osijek, Croatia) Do they already know it? Prior information literacy skills of the first-year undergraduates at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Osijek
  12. Sanja Čajkovac  andElizabeta Kotromanović(University of Osijek, Croatia) Evaluation of library catalog usage among students of the Faculty of Humanities and Social sciences in Osijek
  13. Delphine Merrien (Enssib - French National LIS School, France) An information sciences library at your fingertips. Explore BiblioTouch and discover the unexpected
  14. Kamelia Planska-Simeonova (University of Library Studies and Information Technologies, Bulgaria) The role and importance of visual literacy training in the public communications and information sciences professional field
  15. Rita Radó (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) New challenges for the libraries in the digital era

  16. Alojz Šekrst and Anita Papić (University of Osijek, Croatia) Cryptographic algorithms: an overview and comparative analysis
  17. Zsolt Vačora (University of Osijek, Croatia) Comparison of information science studies between Osijek and Pécs University
  18. Cvijetin Vidaković and Mislav Glavačević (University of Osijek, Croatia) European information science education: insights and contributions from Erasmus+ project EINFOSE
  19. Tena Vilček,Sanja Sušilović,Darko Lacović  and Snježana Stanarević Katavić(University of Osijek, Croatia) The role of social media in consuming news among post-millennials
  20. Laura VukasIvana Čarija and Drahomira Cupar (University of Zadar, Croatia) Collaboration between libraries and institutions for socially vulnerable people
15:30 - 17:00
EUCLID Meeting (Room Mursa)
Bobcatsss Party (Exit Club)

Thursday, January 24

10:00 - 10:45
Moderator: Anita Papić

Invited Speaker Milijana Mičunović (University of Osijek, Croatia): New industrial revolution, emerging technologies and information institutions: is there a roadmap to the future?

11:00 - 12:00
Moderator: Ivona Palko

Ragnar Audunson (Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway) and Máté Tóth (National Széchényi Library, Hungary) Libraries as public sphere institutions - comparative study in six European countries
Marika Kawamoto and Masanori Koizumi (University of Tsukuba, Japan) Dimensions of library as place: a qualitative content analysis
Masanori Koizumi (University of Tsukuba, Japan) and Håkon Larsen(Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway) Public libraries and democracy in the Nordic model

ROOM 0.4
Moderator: Lana Horvatić

Thore Davies and Astrid Elisabeth Jessen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) Google, the GLAM sector and the untouched potentials for participation

Moderator: Antonela Čepčar

Erika Bilicsi (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) Towards open access: supporting open access publishing in central European countries
Milena Carvalho and Susana Martins (Porto Accounting and Business School, Portugal) The presence of researchers and professors of P. Porto in digital platforms
Márton Németh and László Drótos (National Széchényi Library, Hungary) Web archives as a research subject

12:00 - 12:30
Coffee Break
12:30 - 13:50
Moderator: Raphaelle Bats

Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić (University of Osijek, Croatia) How to beat bureaucracy and still do research: tips and tricks from Erasmus+ project EINFOSE
Tomoya Igarashi, Masanori Koizumi and Miki Kozakura (University of Tsukuba, Japan) New roles and evaluation of public libraries: experience, involvement, empowerment, and innovation

Sanda Erdelez (The Simmons School of Library and Information Science, USA), Sanjica Faletar Tanacković, Kornelija Petr BalogAna Ružolčić  and Tomislava Žilić (University of Osijek, Croatia) The Use of Online Discussion Forums by People with Alzheimer Disease and their Caregrivers
Madeleine Lundman, Romain Herault, Koraljka Golub and Marcelo Milrad (Linnaeus University, Sweden) Increasing visibility of culture through online information services: the case of Småland

ROOM 0.4
Moderator: Zsolt Vačora

Nikolina Duvnjak, Josipa Bašić and Franjo Pehar (University of Zadar, Croatia) Emotional design in mobile fitness applications
Vanessa Brinkmann (University of Hildesheim, Germany) Kidsprint: development and application of a method for collaborative design of an app in the context of energy saving
Erika Weir (University of Illinois, USA) Digitizing diaspora communities: a case study of the Chicago Lithuanian community
Nevenka Kalebić Kalebić, Nina Klarin and Marta Valovčić (University of Zadar, Croatia) Research projects: digitization of the writer's legacy

Moderator: Ines Horvat

SPONSOR Workshop
András Simon and Tünde Molnár (Qulto - Monguz Ltd., Eötvös Loránd University - Centre for Digital HumanitiesHungary) Building online repositories for digital humanities with the help of Islandora software framework

Closing Session
19:00 - 22:00
Conference dinner, Muzej okusa