From 21 to 23 February 2018, Michèle Dünki of the NEBIS Network Office attended the InetBib-ODOK 2018 conference in Vienna. The conference was held for the first time in conjunction with the 17th edition of “Österreichischen Online-Informationstreffen (ODOK)”.
The main theme of the conference was “quality of information”.
The conference provided practical examples:
- «Dynamische Ordnungsstrukturen dank RFID-Technologie» by Roland Früh (Sitterwerk)
- «Indoor-Objektlokalisierung – Transfer von der Industrie in die Bibliothek» by Julian Hinxlage (Fraunhofer IML)
and theoretical presentations:
- «Whatever Happend to Informationskompetenz ?» by Dr. Karsten Schuldt (HTW Chur)
- «Open Access im Kontext der UN Sustainable Development Goals» by Patrick Danowski (Institute of Science and Technology Austria)
A thematic block on “library systems” was also proposed, which included a presentation on the implementation of Alma in Austria.
More information on the conference programme can be found on https://www.inetbib.de/inetbib18/