未來圖書館- 價值、影響、定位 Libraries of the Future - Value, Influence, and Positioning

2019/04/17 Wednesday 下午 13:00 - 17:00 NTU International Conference Hall, Tsai Lecture Hall 國立臺灣大學霖澤館 1 樓國際會議廳

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未來圖書館- 價值、影響、定位

圖書館與各學門正經歷數位時代的重大轉變。如何在轉變的同時,適應並協調各學科在教學上、研究上以及學術傳播上不同速度與不同類型的改變,對圖書館而言,面對數位時代,圖書館的經營、服務與管理模式受到不小的衝擊與挑戰,但是科技的發展也帶給圖書館更多的創新發展可能性。為迎合上述現代化圖書館的發展趨勢,特與中華民國圖書館學會共同舉辦「未來圖書館- 價值、影響、定位」,邀請圖書館服務經營與管理、AI與機器學習、數據科學專家學者齊聚一堂,以科技創新影響圖書館科技創新服務與管理的角度切入,分享經驗與論述,重新詮釋新時代圖書館的角色定位,共同構築未來圖書館的價值與趨勢。

Libraries and university departments face major changes in the digital era.  In this era of transformation, they need to adapt to changes in pace and different situations by working together both in teaching and research dissemination.  Librarians face impacts and challenges in terms of library management and services in the digital era.

However, these changes may also bring possibilities for innovation to libraries due to the dramatic technology improvements.  To introduce the developmental changes and the challenges faced by the modern Library, Elsevier partners with the Library Association of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to host a “Libraries of the Future - Value, Influence, and Positioning” seminar.

In this seminar, we will invite library directors, library heads, and experts to share their experience in preparation of innovative technology in the topics of: librarianship, AI and machine learning, modern IR, research performance metrics, and research data management.   Librarians need to learn how their roles will be repositioned to prepare for new trends, so they can bring their value to the library of the future.

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議程 Agenda

時間主題

13:00 – 13:20

報到
Registration

13:20  – 13:30

開幕致詞
Welcome Remarks

柯皓仁教授 Prof. Hao-Ren Ke
國立臺灣師範大學圖書資訊學研究所教授兼圖書館館長
中華民國圖書館學會理事長
University Librarian & Professor,  Graduate Institute of Library & Information Studies, National Taiwan Normal University
President, Library Association of the Republic of China (Taiwan)

13:30 – 14:15

未來學術圖書館所需的技能和領導力
Skills and Leadership in the Future Academic Library

Mr. Peter Sidorko
香港大學圖書館館長
University Librarian, Hong Kong University

大眾對圖書館的需求持續上升,因此圖書館員需扮演富靈活性、敏捷性和創新性的角色。在這種變化快速的環境中,對圖書館員來說是新的挑戰。 在學術和研究環境中尤其如此。 本演講將概述學術圖書館學對館員學習新知的需求,並意味著學術圖書館須採取新的領導方法。 藉由二十多年的圖書館引導訓練(2000-2003年服務於 CAUDIT-EDUCAUSE 機構, ; 2002-至今服務於香港大學圖書館年度領袖學院並教授領導與管理課程), 本次演講將分享以個人在圖書館的經驗所歷經的圖書館的轉變。

Demands placed on libraries continue to mount as they assume new roles that require flexibility, agility and an overall creative responsiveness.  Within this volatile environment, the pressures exerted call for skills, attributes and characteristics that will be new to librarians.  This is particularly true in an academic and research environment.  This presentation will provide an overview of evolving needs for new skills in academic librarianship and by implication the need for new approaches to leadership in academic libraries.  Drawing on twenty years of working with library leadership training (CAUDIT-EDUCAUSE Institute, 2000-2003; The University of Hong Kong Libraries Annual Leadership Institute, 2002-present, and; teaching leadership and management courses at the University of Hong Kong), the speaker will also draw on personal experiences related to those experiences.

引言人 Moderator
柯皓仁教授 Prof. Hao-Ren Ke
國立臺灣師範大學圖書資訊學研究所教授兼圖書館館長
中華民國圖書館學會理事長
University Librarian & Professor,  Graduate Institute of Library & Information Studies, National Taiwan Normal University
President, Library Association of the Republic of China (Taiwan)

14:15 –15:00

圖書館運用人工智慧與機器學習:潛力與可能性
AI & Machine Learning in Libraries: Potentials & Possibilities


Jason Griffey
哈佛大學 Metalab 特任研究員
Affiliate Researcher, MetaLab at Harvard University

人工智慧和機器學習系統已經融入在我們的數位生活中。 從創造到消費,資訊一直在被人工智慧改變,在圖書館管理方面也是如此,儘管劇烈的改變尚未到來。 本演講將探討AI如何影響資訊的權威性,以及未來5到10年內AI和機器學習將如何改變圖書館和圖書館館員之間的關係。

Artificial intelligence and machine learning systems have embedded themselves in nearly aspect of our digital lives. From creation to consumption, information has been forever changed by AI. This is true as well in librarianship, although the largest changes are yet to come. This talk will examine how AI has affected authority of informational resources, and how the next 5-10 years of AI and machine learning will change libraries and librarianship.

引言人 Moderator
陳志銘 教授 Prof. Chih-Ming Chen
國立政治大學圖書資訊與檔案學研究所教授兼圖書館館長、社會科學資料中心主任
Library Director and Director of Social Sciences Information Center & Professor,  Graduate Institute of Library,
Information and Archival Studies, National Cheng Chi University

15:00 – 15:30

休息和交流

Break and Networking

15:30 – 16:15

新加坡管理大學圖書館如何在研究週期中發揮價值並幫助建立機構聲譽
How can the Library show value in the research cycle and help to build institutional reputation: An example from Singapore Management University

Ms. Pin Pin Yeo
新加坡管理大學圖書館學術傳播主任
Head, Scholarly Communication
Singapore Management University Libraries

圖書館的角色面臨需多挑戰,他們如何在其機構的學術研究週期中展現價值。 此演講分享新加坡管理大學(SMU)圖書館如何管理研究出版物系統以及呈現SMU的研究成果,並說明他們如何使用機構典藏提供全文(稱為InK)。 並實際舉例說明資訊是如何被使用,老師對於他們的出版物儲存在 InK 的想法又是如何?  另外分享圖書館如何展現專業提供給老師研究產出指標。

Libraries face challenges in playing roles and how they can show value in the research cycle of their institution. The presentation will show how the Singapore Management University (SMU) Libraries play a part in the research publications system and how it showcases SMU publications and also provides the full text where possible in the SMU repository called InK. Some examples of how the information is used and what faculty think about having their publications in InK will be shared. The Library is also involved in providing publications metrics.

引言人 Moderator
林奇秀 教授 Prof. Chi-Shiou Lin
國立臺灣大學圖書資訊學系教授兼系主任
Professor & Department Chair Dept. of Library & Information Science, National Taiwan University

16:15 – 17:00

建構研究數據管理圖書館員學院
Formation of a Research Data Management Librarian Academy

Jean Shipman, Vice President, Global Library Relations, Elsevier

現今的圖書館員們正在建立一個免費的線上研究資料管理工作坊(Research Data Management, RDM),工作坊主要作為學科圖書館員的實踐以及訓練,同時也為研究人員提供有關RDM的準則及知識。訓練模組將提供給每一個人,開發團隊包括Harvard Medical School、Tufts Health Sciences、MCPHS University、Boston University School of Medicine、Northeastern University、Elsevier、Simmons University的員工或圖書館員。Simmons University為那些渴望進修的人員提供繼續教育的學分。這是圖書館員、圖書館資訊教育工作者和出版商之間的獨特合作關係。通過訪談和問卷調查證明了對這種工作坊的需求,這些調查確定了現今的給予的教育訓練課程的差距,並強調了學科館員及研究人員對工作坊的貢獻有助於提高工作坊的質量。本演講將強調需求評估的結果,並將分享研究資料管理工作坊的單元內容。

A team of librarians are creating a free, online Research Data Management (RDM) Librarian Academy aimed primarily for practicing librarians, but also for researchers to gain knowledge about RDM principles and best practices. The training modules will be available to any one across the globe. The development team includes librarians from Harvard Medical School, Tufts Health Sciences, MCPHS University, Boston University School of Medicine, Northeastern University, Elsevier, and Simmons University. Simmons University will grant continuing education credit for those desiring such. This is a unique partnership between librarians, library educators, and a publisher.The need for this training was evidenced through interviews and surveys which identified gaps in current training offerings and highlighted what skills librarians and researchers need to contribute to their RDM success. An inventory of existing courses was prepared as well. This presentation will highlight outcomes of the needs assessment and inventory, and it will share proposed training unit content.

講者 Speaker

Peter Edward Sidorko

Library Vice President / The University of Hong Kong

香港大學圖書館館長

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Jason Griffey

Affiliate Researcher / MetaLab at Harvard University

Harvard MetaLAB 特任研究員 (Affiliate Researcher)

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Pin Pin Yeo 楊彬彬

Head, Scholarly Communication Singapore Management University Libraries

新加坡管理大學圖書館學術傳播主任

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Jean Shipman

Vice President, Global Library Relations / Elsevier

Elsevier的全球圖書館關係副總裁

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Event information 會議資訊

Date:  April 17,  2019, Wednesday  2019 年 04 月 17 日 ( 星期三)

Venue: NTU International Conference Hall, Tsai Lecture Hall 國立臺灣大學霖澤館 1 樓國際會議廳

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