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Ithaca, NY USA

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Emerging Priorities for Scientific & Agricultural Information

IAALD World Congress 2013 at Cornell University is an opportunity for participants to explore, share, and discuss emerging priorities in discovery and access systems, content-management tools, and institutional or individual collaborations, in a content-rich era that is shaped by open-source technology, user-driven content, and partnerships,

The three-day Congress will feature contributed paper discussions, panels with leading experts, and interactive workshops with plenty of time for networking with colleagues.

Join librarians, IT professionals, and researchers from agricultural and related fields from across to discuss a broad, dynamic array of issues, such as: Capacity building, Collaboration and partnerships, Collection development, Data curation/management, Digital libraries and repositories, Discovery & access systems, Distance learning, Electronic resources, Emerging technologies, Fundraising/development, Hot topics, Information literacy, Information Management, Information Access, Innovation, Intellectual property & copyright, Leadership & management, Metadata & cataloging, Mobile technologies, Open source technology, Outreach/engagement, Professional/staff development, Scholarly communication, Social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc), Special collections, Teaching & learning, Technology, and User driven content.



July 21-22-23-24

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Taped Presentations on YouTube (please note that only events held in the Dean's Room were taped)

Keynote/Plenary Presentations (PDF)

Paper Presentations: First Author Last Name A-C (PDF)

Paper Presentations: First Author Last Name D-M (PDF)

Paper Presentations: First Author Last Name N-Z (PDF)

Workshop Presentations (PDF)

Vendor Track Presentations (PDF)

General Assembly Presentations (PDF)

Post-Conference Event Presentations (PDF)

Presentations in conference program that are not included in the above PDF files are not available




IAALD's mission is to enable our members to create, capture, access and disseminate information to achieve a more productive and sustainable use of the world's land, water, and renewable natural resources. To further this mission: IAALD connects agricultural information specialists worldwide, providing platforms and spaces for information dissemination, exchange and knowledge sharing; IAALD convenes agricultural information specialists worldwide, organising meetings and catalyzing dialogue among all agricultural information stakeholders; IAALD communicates and advocates the value of knowledge and information to its members and others, improving the status and practice of agricultural information management and dissemination; IAALD collaborates with members and other partner organisations, facilitating and catalyzing educational and other opportunities across agricultural information communities.

IAALD World Congresses are held every three to five years. Some of our previous congresses have been held in Montpelier, France (2010); Toyko, Japan (2008); Lexington, Kentucky, USA (2005); and Dakar, Senegal (2000).

ALBERT R. Mann Library collections and services support the faculty, staff and students of the University. In particular our resources and staff support the instruction, research, and extension programs of Cornell University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and College of Human Ecology. As a land grant library, Mann also supports the research needs of citizens of the state of New York and participates in the community of land grant libraries throughout the United States. In keeping with the Cornell University's international mission, Mann library promotes innovations in information systems and services for international development. Mann Library is committed to providing outstanding information and research services in the areas of importance to its constituents through expert staff, scholarly resources, state of the art information technology, strategic partnerships and continuous innovation.