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Friday’s sessions

The final day of CK VI was suddenly upon us.  This day we had two keynotes and a short play leading on to a fairly long group exercise.

There even was a prize for the best poster made this time! The organizers obviously had learned from the previous days’ sessions: assessment matters!  congratulations to the cods for their final-day poster. (even if there was some debate about the use of non-regulated colouring-tools…)

We had time to take some pictures from the last day as well:

Andrew Whitworth on the three domains of value
Maurice B. Mittelmark on publishing without sweat and tears

Here is the winner from the poster-competition: the CODS:

The poster made by the cod group won the competition!
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Conference dinner

The Thursday night conference dinner was held in beautiful surroundings on top of mount Fløyen.  We had great food, great company and great music as well 🙂

At 23:00 the last funicular went back to the city, and being adventurous, quite a few of the delegates chose to hike all the way down in their dress-up footwear!

Tarje did get to take a few pictures:

Conference dinner at Mount Fløyen.
Kari with the sponsor-information on the funicular trip up mount Fløyen
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Parallel sessions Thursday afternoon

After enjoying a short break, we went on with another round of parallel sessions this afternoon.  Even if the party at mount Fløyen was calling in the not-to-distant future, the delegates attended the sessions with vigour, and the reflections afterwards really produced quite a few remarkable posters.

We’ll keep on posting  (some of) the pictures for your enjoyment:

Ingrid Cutler on Publishing Literacy
Here is Sirje Virkus taking us through development of information-related competencies in ODL-institutions
Luciana Goulart Oliveira on intellectual property
Karin Sü̈ld and Eli Bytoft-Nyaas on sustainable collaboration. Seem to collaborate just fine...
Torunn Skofsrud Boger and Anne-Lise Eng are talking about studen's views on plagiarism
Peter Kåhre on Artificial Intelligence and IL
Here is Anna Kakkonen on Teacher-Librarian collaboration
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Pictures from Thursday’s workshops

The workshops for many were the highlight of the day.  Lots and lots of really productive people.  Hopefully we will get a few comments in here when everyone have settled down a bit…

Posters were made in most of the workshops.

Here’s a few pictures:

Thomas Vibjerg Hansen use a plusplus model to illustrate IL
Model from the workshop by Thomas Vibjerg Hansen, illustrating diversity and IL.
Workshop - Sheila Corrall
Poster from Sheila Corrall's workshop
Workshop with Nancy Goebbel
Workshop with Susie Andretta
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Afternoon’s sessions

Thursday afternoon’s sessions were both workshops and parallel sessions.  Reports from the workshops indicated much fun and a lot of learning.

Reflections after the day showed one thing: delegates are very happy with the day.  We got best practices, hands-on solutions to everyday problems and tips on strategy to utilize for getting IL-awareness out of the libraries and into faculty.

There will be some pictures from the sessions soon

Posters were made at the very ending of the day.  We’ll post pictures of them as well.

Keynote Parallell sessions Photos posters

Pictures from the morning sessions

Here is a few pictures from the sessions this morning.  Both Posters/Round tables, Parallel sessions and Keynote.

Margot Conrick, Richard Bradfield and David Macnaughton presen their poster on graduate information skills
Erda Lapp in this day's Keynote
Jette Hyldegård is Between myth and reality in this parallel session
Gunhild Austrheim is presenting the tutorial "Serch & Write" with the revolutionary learning cases
Andrea A. Gasparini is presenting a poster in the early poster-session
Palmgren and Heino are presenting their "tools for faster's thesis" in this parallel session
Faith B. Akiteng are sharing her experiences with diverse student-groups from Uganda
Chiara Ravagni is presenting the web as information source in this parallel session
Here is a few pictures from the sessions this morning.  Both Posters/Round tables, Parallel sessions and Keynote.
Parallell sessions

Parallel Sessions

After a small introduction in the common room Thursday morning, we all went into separate locations for the parallel sessions.  I did get a few reports that the smaller sessions really went well with the audience.  More intimate, easier to get your question answered, and a bit fast-paced as well. These sessions had a lot of questions, and could maybe have needed a few minutes more each?  Better remember this for the CK VII, then; when people are really interested in a session (as the will be when they can choose), there tend to be a need for more time for questions.

Erda Lapp presented her paper on the LOTSE-project almost immediately after the parallel sessions were concluded.  No easy task for Erda to keep us all focused the last hour before lunch.  Erda managed just fine, and the audience seemed to really be interested in the practical choises made by the LOTSE slavic portal.

Hopefully there will be a small report from the workshops later today.


Out in the air

Kirstine Folmann opens the conference with bagpipe music.

Kirstine the piper summons the delegates to the main conference room.  Too bad we didn’t get the sound recorded in here…

As Bill Johnston put it: now I only wish for haggis and Whisky

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The Cods are all about inspiration and Sharing…

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The Polar Bears

Polar bears

Poster made by the Polar Bears