I. Poster Session
- (Chiba University)
1. Everything Welcome : CURATOR
- Ichiro Mori, Naho Yoneda, Aiko Iwai, Hiroko Suzuki
Chiba University Library
- (Hokkaido University)
2. From Nought to 2000: our approach to increase the participation of researchers
- KAWAMURA Michiyo
Hokkaido University Library
3. Do it yourself! : KURA and Kanazawa University Achievement Data Base
- KAWAI Kanami, ITO Miwa, HASHI Yohei, UCHIJIMA Hideki
Kanazawa University Library
- (Kochi University of Technology)
4. KUT IR and the faculty evaluation system
- KITAMURA Takiko, HAMADA Kanako
Kochi University of Technology
- (Kyushu University)
5. Trustworthy SNS for Institutional Repositories
- Sozo INOUE, Yuko HORI, Daisuke IKEDA
Library, Kyushu University, Japan
- (Kyushu University)
6. IR and RI: Smooth Use from External Systems
- +Mayumi ONO, *Sozo INOUE, *Nami HOSHIKO
+Library, University of Tokyo, Japan, *Library, Kyushu University, Japan
- (University of Miyazaki)
7. PR activity of IR by mashup of OPAC and JuNii+
- Goro SUNDEN
Library, University of Miyazaki
- (Nagoya University)
8. Collecting Contents for NAGOYA Repository
- JIROMARU Akira1), KUROYANAGI Hiroko1), TANAHASHI Koreyuki2), YAMAMOTO Tetsuya 2)
1)Nagoya University Library, 2)Information Technology Center, Nagoya University
9. Toward an Institutional Repository as a Center of Excellence in the Field of Fusion Science - The Feature and the Goal -
- C. Namba, H. Chikaraishi, Y. Kohmoto, M. Ohta, K. Hashimoto, K. Ida, H. Nakanishi, T. Mito, Y. Asakura, K. Takahata, K. Matsuoka, S. Sudo, O. Motojima
National Institute for Fusion Science, National Institutes of Natural Sciences
10. National Institute of Informatics's support for institutional repositories in the framework of CSI
- SUGITA Izumi, AIHARA Yukino, HATTORI Ayano, MURAKAMI Yuko
National institute of informatics
11. NDL Tackles Digital Archiving and Long-term Digital Preservation
- Makoto FUJIWARA and Kazuo TAKEHANA
Digital Library Division, Kansai-kan of the National Diet Library, JAPAN
- (Osaka University)
12. What is OUKA getting to achieve?
- Keita GOTO, Shinji MAEDA
Osaka University Library
- (Otaru University of Commerce)
13. Be attractive, Barrel !
- SUZUKI Masako, SHUDO Keiko, MINAMI Eriko, NAKASUJI Tomoe
University Library, Otaru University of Commerce
- (Shimane University)
14. Self-archiving in Shimane University's Institutional Repository
- Eisaku FUKUYAMA, Yoko NAKAI, Sumio KAMOTO, Yoshinobu SHOJI
Shimane University Library
- (University of the Ryukyus)
15. The Visibility Strategy of the University of the Ryukyus Repository
- IHA Hitomi, TAKAHASHI Teru
University of the Ryukyus
- (University of Tsukuba)
16. The position of institutional repository in Japanese university libraries by comparison with "digital library"
- TOMITA Ken-ichi1), SAITO Mika1), SHIMADA Susumu1), OKABE Kousuke1)
1)University of Tsukuba Library
- (Xiamen University)
17. Xiamen University Institutional Repository Based on DSpace
- Chen he Xiao dehong
Xiamen University Library, Xiamen, Fujian, P.R.China
- (Yamagata University)
18. IR project of Yamagata University: linking the regional consortium
- Makoto Yonezawa
Yamagata University Library
19. AIRway - Access path to Institutional Resources via link resolvers
- SUGITA Shigeki
University Library, Hokkaido University
20. Development of Cyber Science Infrastructure (CSI)
- MURAKAMI Yuko, OJIRO Koichi, ADACHI Jun
National Institute of Informatics
21. HARP : a shared repository project for university libraries in Hiroshima prefecture
- UEDA Daisuke1), OZAKI Fumiyo1), NISHIKAWA Hideharu2), MUKAI Takeshi2), SUEDA Norio3), MORIYASU Shingo4), NOMURA Kayoko5), NAKAUKE Mayumi6)
1)Hiroshima University Library, 2)Hiroshima University of Economic Library, 3)Hiroshima Institute of Technology Library, 4)Hiroshima International University Library, 5)Hiroshima Jogakuin University Library, 6)Hiroshima City University Library
22. Status of mathematical publication in Japan
- Takao NAMIKI
Department of Mathematics, Hokkaido University (Joint work with Kyoto University Library)
23. Present situation of permission to upload papers of publications in Japan to IRs - Activities of SCPJ(copyright policy database of Japanese academic societies) -
- SAITO Mika1), HIRATA Kan1), ISHISADA Yasunori2),
TABARA Katsunori2), MORI Ichiro3)
1)University of Tsukuba Library, 2)Kobe University Library, 3)Chiba University Library
24. IR Usage Analysis for the Next Step: Methodology of Comparative Assessment
- SAITO Mika1), KINTO Tomonari1), TANAHASHI Koreyuki2), YAMAMOTO Tetsuya 2), TSUDZUKI Ichirou3), MORIISHI Midori4), ITSUMURA Hiroshi5), TAKEUCHI Hiroya6), SATO Yoshonori7)
1) University of Tsukuba Library, 2) Information Technology Center, Nagoya University, 3) Kyoto University Library, 4) Nagasaki University Library, 5) Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, University of Tsukuba, 6) Faculty of Letters, Chiba University, 7) Faculty of Letters, Tohoku Gakuin University
Cooperation (Provision of data): Kyoto Institute of Technology Library
II. About Poster Session
The conference programme includes a poster session and its recap
on the second day (31st January) where good practice examples of
institutional repositories will be presented.
Conference participants will vote for the best poster award.
Posters are meant to provide information about activities relating to
the institutional repository or open access movement.
Topics of interest may include but not limited to one of the following:
- * Activities to increase deposit into IR
- * Ideas to promote IR
- * Institutional policy on OA and IR
- * IR and new library services
- * Long-term preservation of IR contents etc.
|Abstracts due (extended):|| 15th November, 2007|
|Notification of acceptance (extended):|| 20th November, 2007|
- Those who are interested in presenting a poster should submit
an abstract in a PDF or a Word file, containing a single A4 page
with at least 3 cm white margins on all sides.
- It should be written in English within half a page, for we will add
its Japanese translation at the bottom half of the page.
- Submissions should be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We will notify you regarding acceptance by e-mail no later than
20th November, 2007.
- Abstracts of accepted poster presentations will be included in
the conference documentation.
Poster Set up and Removal
- Set up on Wednesday, 30th, January between 1:00 and 17:00 p.m. or
Thursday, 31st January between 9:00 and 12:00 a.m.
- Remove on Thursday, 31st January by 5:00 p.m.
- We will provide a board on which to tack posters.
All posters must fit into a 820 mm x 1100 mm space.
Tape and tacks will be provided.
One-minute oral presentation
- Poster presenters are required to give a one-minute oral presentation at the "Poster Session Recap" on the second day.
- You may speak in English or in Japanese. In either case, no traslation service will be available.
- You can show one-page PowerPoint slide in English during your presentation.
Please send the slide before the conference day to: email@example.com