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See detailPromoting the Open science culture in university libraries of developing countries: case studies of the French-speaking universities of Belgium cooperation programs in the Global South
Brodkom, Frédéric; Pochet, Bernard ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, November 22)

The ARES-CCD (formerly CUD) is the French-speaking universities and high-school of Belgium Commission for the Cooperation to Development. With an annual budget of 31 M€ fully dedicated to the academic ... [more ▼]

The ARES-CCD (formerly CUD) is the French-speaking universities and high-school of Belgium Commission for the Cooperation to Development. With an annual budget of 31 M€ fully dedicated to the academic development of actually 19 universities of North and Central Africa, South-East Asia, Western South America and Greater Antilles, this commission brings together volunteers of the academic, scientific and administrative staffs of our universities. Since 2000, librarians are strongly involved in this project with the aim to develop partner’s libraries, to improve their infrastructures and operations, to facilitate their access to documentary resources and to strengthen their librarians' skills. Given the important documentary needs of students and researchers in the South and the lack of financial resources, the promotion of Open Science is more than an obvious. We will show that, in addition to our activities of purchasing books or materials, basic training or library renovation, we develop, in close partnership with our colleagues, the Open Science culture in six fields: (1) the installation and support of open-source ILS (mainly KOHA and PMB) including the learning of IT teams, (2) the harvesting and promotion of OA resources via our Web Portal including subscription to official resources of international organization, (3) the development of policies to develop local Institutional Repositories for new and archived (printed) publications and thesis (DSpace support, purchase of scanner, ...), (4) the support to the development of university press to reduce/abolish the excessive cost of printed course materials for students, (5) the training and awareness-raising of library trainers for academic social networks, data exchange platforms, community-based researchers' sites, OA use, etc. (6) the promotion of the obligation to depose in our university repositories the scientific papers financed by the ARES-CCD cooperation and co-signed by Belgian researchers and partners of developing countries (academic and doctorate students). Concrete case studies of our 17 years of experience in the South from Haiti to Vietnam will illustrate these actions. Perspectives on future projects will also be discussed, such as a week, jointly with all our partners, of exchange and work in Belgium in 2018 (as already done in 2016) on the topic of the practical implementation of Open Access in their universities. [less ▲]

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See detailManaging and authenticating non-institutional users in Alma: two experiences
Brownlie, Helen; De Groof, Robert ULiege; Renaville, François ULiege

Conference (2017, September 12)

The management of patron information within Alma is primarily reliant on two systems – the creation and updating of patron information by an external system such as student management or HR systems or ... [more ▼]

The management of patron information within Alma is primarily reliant on two systems – the creation and updating of patron information by an external system such as student management or HR systems or internally within Alma itself. A recent survey of the Alma community indicated the majority of institutions utilize a mixture of these external and internal processes. In addition to providing access to affiliated staff and students more than 89% of institutions responded that they provided user accounts to non-affiliated users such as the general public, members of other academic institutions, alumni, etc. Providing authenticated access to library services for the latter group relies heavily on Alma for password management. This presentation will outline the processes in place at the University of Otago and at the University of Liège for managing and authenticating non-institutional users and the possible effect of Ex Libris' proposed changes to internal authentication. [less ▲]

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See detailContent Working Group Report 2016-2017
Renaville, François ULiege; Varjabedian, Kathy

Conference (2017, September 11)

Report on the activities in 2016-2017 of the Content Working Group (previously Knowledge Base Advisory Board [KBAB]).

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See detailEnhancing CIDOC - CRM and compatible models with the concept of multiple interpretation
Van Ruymbeke, Muriel ULiege; Hallot, Pierre ULiege; Billen, Roland ULiege

in ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences (2017, August 17), Volume IV-2/W2

Modelling cultural heritage and archaeological objects is used as much for management as for research purposes. To ensure the sustainable benefit of digital data, models benefit from taking the data ... [more ▼]

Modelling cultural heritage and archaeological objects is used as much for management as for research purposes. To ensure the sustainable benefit of digital data, models benefit from taking the data specificities of historical and archaeological domains into account. Starting from a conceptual model tailored to storing these specificities, we present, in this paper, an extended mapping to CIDOC-CRM and its compatible models. Offering an ideal framework to structure and highlight the best modelling practices, these ontologies are essentially dedicated to storing semantic data which provides information about cultural heritage objects. Based on this standard, our proposal focuses on multiple interpretation and sequential reality. [less ▲]

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See detailORBi : an institutional repository to promote Open Access
Chalono, Dominique ULiege; Thirion, Paul ULiege

Conference (2017, August 09)

Since 2008 the University of Liège as implemented an institutional repository - ORBi - based on a strong mandate. Every member of the ULiège must upload the bibliographic references of all of his/hers ... [more ▼]

Since 2008 the University of Liège as implemented an institutional repository - ORBi - based on a strong mandate. Every member of the ULiège must upload the bibliographic references of all of his/hers scientific publications and communications. The deposit of full text is also mandatory for scientific articles published since 2002. The internal evaluation at ULiège will only take into account publications deposited in ORBi. More than a repository, ORBi has become a tool to develop and inform on the concept of Open Science and Open access by allowing researchers to be part of the movement and to actively participate in the diffusion of their own production. By demanding authors to check by themselves the publisher’s policies and author’s copyright, ORBi has contributed to raise awareness on the unfair practices of big publishers. It has also demonstrated the need to rebalance a publication model that is no longer affordable by those who produce the main information. Additional tools developed by the ORBi team (statistics, request-a- print system, automated publications list) also help to give substance to the many benefices of open access (increase of citations, visibility, contacts and connections). [less ▲]

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See detailLegal rare books @ the Graulich Library, University of Liège
Desseilles, François ULiege

Conference (2017, June 12)

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See detailFormer des futurs logopèdes à l’Evidence-Based Practice : défis et perspectives
Maillart, Christelle ULiege; Durieux, Nancy ULiege

Conference (2017, May 20)

Dans cette première intervention de l'atelier intitulé "Impacts de la recherche sur les questions de société actuelles : importance de l’evidence-based practice", nous définirons l’EBP et illustrerons la ... [more ▼]

Dans cette première intervention de l'atelier intitulé "Impacts de la recherche sur les questions de société actuelles : importance de l’evidence-based practice", nous définirons l’EBP et illustrerons la façon dont cela est enseigné à la Faculté de Psychologie, Logopédie et des Sciences de l’Education de l’Université de Liège (ULg) à travers l’exemple de la formation en logopédie. Selon leur code déontologique, les logopèdes doivent offrir à leurs patients une prise en charge de la meilleure qualité possible, en tenant compte des spécificités et des préférences de chaque patient. Ces enjeux sont au cœur de l’approche EBP qui se définit comme l’intégration consciencieuse, explicite et appropriée des meilleures preuves issues de trois sources distinctes : 1) les preuves externes venant de la recherche scientifique ; 2) les preuves internes venant de l’expérience clinique ; 3) les preuves concernant les préférences d’un patient correctement et complètement informé. Les dispositifs pédagogiques mis en place à l’ULg pour former les futurs logopèdes à cette pratique ciblent les cinq étapes de la démarche EBP, à savoir : 1) transformer le besoin d’information en une question claire et précise, 2) trouver les meilleures données probantes issues de la recherche pour répondre à cette question, 3) évaluer de manière critique ces données, 4) combiner cette évaluation critique avec la compétence clinique du praticien et les caractéristiques individuelles du patient, ses valeurs et sa situation et 5) évaluer l’efficacité de la décision clinique et l’efficience personnelle à exécuter le processus de prise de décision. L’importance d’une approche intégrée et d’une pratique répétée sera soulignée. [less ▲]

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See detailPasser à un SGB pour susciter l'appétit de changement et lutter contre l'inertie ?
Renaville, François ULiege

Conference (2017, May 10)

En février 2015, les Bibliothèques de l'Université de Liège sont passées au système de gestion de bibliothèque Alma, moins de 10 ans après une migration vers Aleph et 2 ans après le lancement de la ... [more ▼]

En février 2015, les Bibliothèques de l'Université de Liège sont passées au système de gestion de bibliothèque Alma, moins de 10 ans après une migration vers Aleph et 2 ans après le lancement de la solution discovery Primo. Cette présentation balaye les moments clés du projet Alma, en mettant l'accent sur la composante organisationnelle, la gestion du changement, les attentes et espoirs suscités. [less ▲]

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See detailOpen Science in Doctoral Education: Practical insights from the University of Liège
Halleux, Isabelle ULiege; Stirbu, Simona ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, March 29)

The practices of the University of Liège in terms of commitment to the "Open" movement have been presented, specifically at doctoral level.

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See detailIntroduction à l’evidence-based practice en psychologie
Durieux, Nancy ULiege; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULiege; Willems, Sylvie ULiege

Article for general public (2017)

Beaucoup d’encre coule au sujet de l’evidence-based practice (EBP) en psychologie, approche recommandée par certains collègues, mais décriée par d’autres… Cet article a pour objectif d’introduire ... [more ▼]

Beaucoup d’encre coule au sujet de l’evidence-based practice (EBP) en psychologie, approche recommandée par certains collègues, mais décriée par d’autres… Cet article a pour objectif d’introduire brièvement l’EBP auprès des praticiens. Les auteurs tenteront de montrer que, malgré les obstacles et les développements essentiels pour que cette approche puisse être intégrée dans le quotidien des psychologues, l’EBP constitue une opportunité de faire évoluer les pratiques professionnelles et de permettre une meilleure valorisation de la psychologie. [less ▲]

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See detailService de numérisation à la demande dans les Bibliothèques de l'Université de Liège : Rapport sur la phase pilote de mars à décembre 2016
Simon, Stéphanie ULiege; Bougrine, Hassan ULiege; Renaville, François ULiege

Report (2017)

Le système de gestion de bibliothèque Alma intègre un processus de gestion des documents numériques (stockage et/ou fourniture). Une analyse préalable sur les possibilités, avantages et limites d'un ... [more ▼]

Le système de gestion de bibliothèque Alma intègre un processus de gestion des documents numériques (stockage et/ou fourniture). Une analyse préalable sur les possibilités, avantages et limites d'un service de numérisation à la demande géré par Alma, dans le contexte des Bibliothèques de l'Université, a été réalisée en 2015. L'analyse a suggéré la mise en place, pour une phase pilote, d'un service de numérisation partielle à destination des membres du personnel. Le présent rapport fait le point sur cette phase pilote (mars-décembre 2016) et adresse des recommandations pour l'avenir. [less ▲]

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See detailComment j'utilise le blended learning et la classe inversée
Pochet, Bernard ULiege

Speech/Talk (2017)

Make a little history Present the reasons for my choice Presenting the current framework Present the principles of the flipped classroom Show how I use the blended learning and flipped classroom Some ... [more ▼]

Make a little history Present the reasons for my choice Presenting the current framework Present the principles of the flipped classroom Show how I use the blended learning and flipped classroom Some questions ... [less ▲]

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See detailL'open access, au service de la visibilité de la recherche et des chercheurs ? L'expérience d'ORBi
Thirion, Paul ULiege

Scientific conference (2016, December 08)

Comme bien d’autres établissements scientifiques, l’université de Liège s’est lancée il y a quelques années dans le grand bain de l’open access en choisissant d’emprunter la voie verte. En 2007 est ... [more ▼]

Comme bien d’autres établissements scientifiques, l’université de Liège s’est lancée il y a quelques années dans le grand bain de l’open access en choisissant d’emprunter la voie verte. En 2007 est ainsi née ORBi (Open Repository and Bibliography), archive ouverte propre à l’établissement mais dont le contenu est indexé et récupéré (moissonné) par de nombreux autres portails, lui donnant ainsi une visibilité considérable. Mais la particularité d’ORBi tient au fait que dès la création de l’archive, le Conseil d’Administration de l’université de Liège a mis en place une politique obligatoire de dépôt des références et documents. Ainsi, ORBi concentre dans un seul réservoir l’ensemble de la production scientifique de l’établissement, afin d’en donner la visibilité la plus large possible. Pourquoi avoir choisi d’imposer le dépôt des publications dans ORBi ? Cette décision a-t-elle eu un impact sur la valorisation de la recherche à l’université de Liège ? sur la visibilité des chercheurs eux-mêmes ? [less ▲]

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See detailORBi : user friendly interface & services
Chalono, Dominique ULiege; Dohogne, Cécile ULiege

Scientific conference (2016, October 25)

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See detailYes we can! Implementing digitization requests in Alma
Renaville, François ULiege; Brownlie, Helen; Read, Simon et al

Conference (2016, September 06)

Enabling patron digitization requests is one of those (new) exciting services that end users appreciate! Alma allows patrons and staff members to request the creation of a digital file for any physical or ... [more ▼]

Enabling patron digitization requests is one of those (new) exciting services that end users appreciate! Alma allows patrons and staff members to request the creation of a digital file for any physical or electronic item. Alma digitization request workflow is configurable according to the library’s requirements, created via Alma or Primo, partial or full, limited to some user groups, limited in numbers, with or without approval process, digitized materials added to collections and made accessible to registered and/or guest users via Primo, etc. So Alma libraries can deal with a lot of different options to satisfy their patrons' needs. This session will present the development and launch of digital fulfillment from the perspective of 3 institutions (the University of Otago Library, the University of Liege Library, and the University of Sheffield Library) focusing on the strategic choices that were made, the implementation, and the final delivery of the services to their communities. [less ▲]

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See detailLa gestion des ressources avec Alma à l'Université de Liège
Richelle, Laurence ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2016)

Retour d'expérience client sur la gestion des ressources imprimées et électroniques avec le système de gestion de bibliothèque Alma depuis février 2015.

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See detailNumérisation : quel intérêt pour la recherche ? Quel impact sur la conservation ? Le projet DONum
Simon, Stéphanie ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2016)

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See detailOpen Access and Discovery Tools: How do Primo Libraries Manage Green Open Access Collections?
Renaville, François ULiege

in Varnum, Kenneth J. (Ed.) Exploring Discovery: The Front Door to Your Library's Licensed and Digitized Content (2016)

Scholarly Open Access repositories contain lots of treasures including rare or otherwise unpublished materials and articles that scholars self-archive, often as part of their institution's mandate. But it ... [more ▼]

Scholarly Open Access repositories contain lots of treasures including rare or otherwise unpublished materials and articles that scholars self-archive, often as part of their institution's mandate. But it can be hard to discover this material unless users know exactly where to look. Since the very beginning, libraries have played a major role in supporting the OA movement. Next to all services they can provide to support the deposit of research output in the repositories, they can make Open Access materials widely discoverable by their patrons through general search engines (Google, Bing...), specialized search engines (like Google Scholar) and library discovery tools, thus expanding their collection to include materials that they would not necessarily pay for. In this paper, we intend to focus on two aspects regarding Open Access and Primo discovery tool. In early 2013, Ex Libris Group started to add institutional repositories to Primo Central Index (PCI), their mega-aggregation of hundreds of millions of scholarly e-resources. After 2 years, it may be interesting to take stock of the current situation of PCI regarding Open Access institutional repositories. On basis of a survey to carry out among the Primo community, the paper also shows how libraries using Primo discovery tool integrate Green Open Access contents in their catalog. Two major ways are possible for them: Firstly, they can directly harvest, index and manage any repository in their Primo and display those free contents next to the more traditional library collections; Secondly, if they are PCI subscribers, they can quickly and easily activate any, if not all, of the Open Access repositories contained PCI, making thus the contents of those directly discoverable to their end users. [less ▲]

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