Day One

Tuesday, Decembar 13th 2016

10:00 – 12:00 Setting up posters, testing presentations, coffee
11:00 – 12:00 Registration of participants
12:00 – 12:45 Opening session

A. Dvorak – Terzetto, Op.74
Mina Opsenica (first violin), Mila Smiljković (second violin), Sara Delić (viola). Class of professor Ladislav Mezei

Welcome speeches
Mladen Vesković, Ministry of Culture of Republic of Serbia
dr Dobrila Begenišić, National Library of Serbia
Selimir Radulović, Matica srpska Library
dr Bogdan Trifunović, Serbian Library Association

E. Grieg, String Quartet no. 1, op. 27, g-moll.
Šerin Mansouri (first violin), Maša Ivanković Lenasi (second violin), Ana Ivanković (viola), Damjan Stanković (cello).

jukka-relander12:45 – 13:15 Opening keynote
Jukka Relander – Libraries, Civil Society and Lobbying

13:15 – 15:00 Session A: Best practice examples
The Book Stops Here: How mobile libraries can open up the service to those in remote areas. A review using hands on experience and worldwide travel
Ian Stringer (United Kingdom)

Enhancing business models towards better library services: best practices of University Library „Svetozar Marković“
Milena Kostić, Šejla Džidić, Svjetlana Đelić, dr Vasilije Milnović, dr Adam Sofronijević (Serbia)

Users in Multicultural Libraries: Historical Perspective and Modern Tendencies
Elizabeta Georgieva (Serbia)

Towards Transforming Library Services in Fulfilling Diverse User Expectation: a Case Study of Central Library, Central Institute of Technology Kokrajhar (CITK), Assam, India
Sangrang Brahma (India)

Pecha Kucha in the house! (short presentations)

Project “Books on the doorstep“
Olga Ječmenica (Serbia)
Cultural animation with “stars“ 
Violeta Đorđević, Vladislava Ivković Marković (Serbia)
Notice to Airman: users of aviation institutions libraries
Ljiljana Macura (Serbia)

15:00 – 16:00 Lunch, coffee, refreshment (at Atrium)

15:00 – 17:00  Poster session (at Atrium)

tomaszgruszkowski-2016-150x15016:00 – 16:30 Plenary keynote
Tomasz Gruszkowski
Egalité – Fraternité – Library: On the loss of Enlightment’s innocence

16:30 – 17:45  Session B: Children and teens
Historical development of library and information services for children and meeting their needs in the future
Dr Dragana Malić (Serbia)

School library for everyone – working with elementary school users
Mirjana Radovanović Perović, Ana Duković (Serbia)

Rural Library Now and Then
Marijana Tenodi (Serbia)

Pecha Kucha in the house! (short presentations)

Children’s Department of the Belgrade City Library: from Creation to New Generation
Jasna Brkić (Serbia)

Libraries and Their Audience
Miloje Radović (Serbia)

Student as a user of school library: yesterday and today – different or the same?
Vesna Filipović Petrović (Serbia)

17:45 – 18:00  Day One Wrap up Session