Accepted posters

Accreditation of Library and Information Science Schools in the United States and Canada. Hermina G.B. AnghelescuSchool of Library & Information Science Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan (USA)

Alternative texts to images: a review of guidelines. Mireia Ribera; Bruno SplendianiLibrary and Information Science Department, Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

Beach library for summer tourists. Maria Carmen Nadia Petre. Bucharest University (Romania)

Challenges to adapt library services to Horizon 2020. Consol Garcia Gomez; Beatriz Benítez-Juan; Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya. Campus del Baix Llobregat (Spain)

Coverage of Library and Information Science literature by Mendeley. Aida Pooladian; Ángel Borrego. Facultat de Biblioteconomia i Documentació. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)


Current status of the Inventory of digitized documents in Romanian libraries. Nicoleta  Roxana Dinu. National Library of Romania (Romania)


Demand for Competencies and Competency Studies. Alireza Peyvand Robati. Department of Knowledge and Information Science, Kerman Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kerman (Iran)

Diagnosis of subjective aspects involved in the treatment of information by symbolic-affective lens. Eliane Pawlowski Oliveira Araújo; Claudio Paixão Anastácio de Paula. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Brazil)

DIALNET 2003-2013: A Bibliometric Study of Music Education Articles. Diego Calderón; Josep Gustems Carnicer. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)


Documentation in Italy. Paola Castellucci. University of Rome “La Sapienza" (Italy) 

Education & research dicotomy in El Profesional de la Información LIS journal. Tomàs Baiget. El Profesional de la Información (EPI) (Spain)

Entrepreneurship in LIS-education. Michael René Kristiansson; Henrik Jochumsen. Royal School of Library and Information Science, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

Evolution of Library and Information Science through the story (-telling?) of a scientific journal: the case of BiD (1998-2014). Lluís Agustí*, Jordi Ardanuy*, Àlex López-Borrull+, Josep Manuel Rodríguez-Gairín*, Aurora Vall*, Mercè Vázquez+, Mario Pérez-Montoro* and Candela Ollé**. Universitat de Barcelona* (Spain); Open University of Catalonia+ (Spain)

FOSTER.  Towards open science through training activities. Remedios Melero; Bárbara S. Lancho Barrantes. Instituto de Agroquímica y Tecnología de Alimentos-CSIC. Paterna, Valencia (Spain)

Indicators for the evaluation of open access institutional repositories: how the repositories’ management could affect user satisfaction?  Rocío Serrano-Vicente. Universidad de Navarra; Remedios Melero. Instituto de Agroquímica y Tecnología de Alimentos-CSIC, Valencia (Spain).

Information and Documentation: scientific and professional activity” - a useful tool for the academic environment. Adriana-Elena BorunăResearch and Development Department, The National Library of Romania (Romania)


Information Manager Skills as CEO: the case of Data Management syllabus at Polytechnic University of Valencia. Antonia Ferrer; Fernanda Peset. Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain)

Information Literary at Schools… A Possible Reality? Marcela Beatriz Ristol; Claudia Marisol Palacios; María Segunda Varela; Carlos Guillermo Schvindt Durand. School of Humanities, National University of Mar del Plata (Argentina)

iSchools as the Home for Technical Communication Training TechComm Education in Spain and Europe. Radina Matic. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

Key factors of business models of Spanish scientific journals. Melba G. Claudio-González. Researcher and independent consultant on professional Networks Management (Spain); Anna Villarroya. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

Learning never stops: how research on the professional development of solo librarians in Ireland impacted on practice. Eva Hornung. City of Dublin Education and Training Board/Trinity College (Dublin)

Library and information science schools as the home for technical communication training. Radina Matic. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

Library and Information Science (LIS) Education in India: A Depth Analysis. Ananda Murugan; Amoñ Agaharwal; Sasireka. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (India)


Library, Information and Cultural Heritage Management –ERASMUS Intensive Programme Academic Summer school. Tania Todorova. State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies (Bulgaria)


Maximising the scientific, societal and economic impact of lis research: information source preference and self concept as affecting creativity of senior administrative personnel in higher education institutions. Adetoun A. Oyelude; Fummi K. Olajide-William. Kenneth Dike Library, University of Ibadan (Nigeria)


MGDIE, a blended learning pioneer activity.
Jordi Andreu Daufí; Jordi Serra Serra; Pilar Campos Martínez; Carmen García Meilán; Núria Palomar Baget. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

Multimedia tools for online teaching in information science at the university of León. Josefa Gallego Lorenzo Luisa Alvite Diez; Mª Antonia Morán Suárez; Blanca Rodríguez Bravo; Carmen Rodríguez López; Lourdes Santos de Paz; Ángela Diez Diez. Universidad de León (Spain)

New Opportunities for Library and Information Science Undergraduates. Gemma Masó Maresma. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

OER Repositories. Characterisation and Evaluation Indicators. Gema Santos-Hermosa, University of Barcelona-Open University of Catalonia; Núria Ferran-Ferrer, Open University of Catalonia; Ernest Abadal, Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

Open access to scientific publishing: exploring the experience of Spanish editors. Melba G. Claudio-González. Researcher and independent consultant on professional Networks Management (Spain); Anna Villarroya. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

Race-Conscious Mentoring: Building a Model for Meaningful Relationship Development between Mentors and Doctoral Students of Color in the U.S.A. Frank Aviles; Ed Cortez. School of Information Sciences. University of Tennessee (USA)

Renewal and continuity in Italian LIS Journals. Andrea Capaccioni. Dipartimento di Lettere, Lingue, Letterature e Civiltà antiche e moderne. Università degli Studi di Perugia (Italy)

Researcher and independent consultant on professional Networks Management. (Spain); Anna Villarroya. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)


Spanish scientific journals: open access, internationalization and new web functionalities. Miguel E. Navas-Fernández. Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)

The challenges and opportunities of preparing library information science’ students for ict based practice society in north-west geo-political zone of Nigeria.

Sani Murtala Ridwan. Kashim Ibrahim Library, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Kaduna-Nigeria (Nigeria)

The Efforts and Outcomes in Professional Development of Librarians Using Expectancy Theory of Motivation.
 Md. Anisur Rahman. Department of Library & Information ScienceKulliyyah of Information & Communication Technology International Islamic University Malaysia
The semantic web. Gemma Rojo Serres. Diputació de Barcelona (Spain)


Trend of Library and Information science Research in India. Ananda Murugan; DK. Singh; Rajesh Singh. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (India)

UNESCO Chair ‘ICT in Library Science, Education and Cultural Heritage’. Tania Todorova. Library Management Department and Deputy Chair of UNESCO Chair ‘ICT in Library Science, Education and Cultural Heritage’ State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies (Bulgary)

Webometrics methods to identify web trends in industrial sectors. Adolfo Alonso-Arroyo, Universidad de Valencia; Ángeles Calduch Losa, José-Antonio Ontalba-Ruipérez, Enrique Orduña-Malea, Jorge Serrano-Cobos, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain) 

Where Big Data Meets Library and Information Science Education. Edwin-Michael Cortez. University of Tennessee (USA) 

Women in Science and Higher Education. Tahereh Dehdarirad;  Anna Villarroya; Maite Barrios. University of Barcelona (Spain)