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If you did not have the opportunity to join the sessions, we encourage you to download and watch the post-conference proceedings, which include recordings of the presentations and recording of the panel discussion.
PRESENTATION | Open Source: Open Source IT solutions supporting the library collaboration: data model, workflow, system architecture
Speaker: Miklós Lendvay | Independent Consultant Library Platform, Klaris Publishing House and Artistic Workshop Ltd.
PRESENTATION | Platform·Community·Ecosystem: Exploring the DAO Approach to Empower Open Library Services
Speaker: Keven Liu | Deputy Director, Shanghai Library
PRESENTATION | Open Perspectives: More open data for scholarly article analysis: Changing the scholarly research landscape
Speaker: Peter Webster | Associate University Librarian, Patrick Power Library, Saint Mary's University
PRESENTATION | Open Infrastructure: Consider the Source
Speaker: Jenifer J Monger | Assistant Institute Archivist, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Speaker: Brenden McCarthy | Metadata Librarian, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
PRESENTATION | Open Infrastructure: OA Switchboard - central metadata exchange hub
Speaker: Yvonne Campfens | Executive Director, OA Switchboard
PRESENTATION | Open Perspectives: Open Educational Resources (OER) and the challenges in the Library
Speaker: Vladimir Burgos | Director Nacional de Bibliotecas, Tecnológico De Monterrey
PANEL | Open Perspectives Forum
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