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Satellite Conference IFLA’s WLIC 2014

eBooks for everyone!
An opportunity for more inclusive libraries

22-23 August 2014
UPMC, Paris
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11h45 - 12h30 : Invited Keynote

  • Accessible eBooks and Audiobooks in the Library [EN]
    Johanna Brinton (OverDrive, Inc.)

14h00 - 15h15 : Framing the Legal Context

  • The Miracle of Marrakech - how the WIPO treaty can help overcome the "book famine"
    Dan Pescod (RNIB)

15h30 - 17h00 : What can readers with disabilities expect from eBook technologies

Chair : Koen KRIKHAAR (Dedicon, Netherlands)
  • Handshake Between Content & Readers: Testing Mainstream Reading Systems [EN]
    Varju Luceno (DAISY Consortium)
  • Reading eBraille with an iPhone [EN]
    Karen A. Keninger (National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS))
  • Classic Accessibility Checks Fail eReaders [EN]
    Mike Wald (University of Southampton), E.A. Draffan (University of Southampton), Neil Rogers (University of Southampton)
  • ePub 3 as a delivery format in mass digitisation projects: Bibliothèque nationale de France use case [FR]
    Jean-Philippe Moreux (French National Library)

9h00 - 09h30 : Plenary Session

  • Ending the "Book Famine" - The New Age of Producing, Distributing, and Consuming Accessible Information [EN]
    Bernhard Heinser (DAISY Consortium)

9h30 - 11h00 : Track 1- Exploring the Power of Mainstream eBooks for Accessible Reading

Chair : Minna von ZANSEN (Celia, Finland)
  • Moving ahead with e-lending from IFLA’s perspective
    Victoria Owen (IFLA)
  • Introducing eBooks into the NLS National Program: Contemplations and Considerations [EN]
    Karen A. Keninger (National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS))
  • Trialing trade eBooks for visually impaired readers [FR]
    Cloé Lignoux (Médiathèque Valentin Haüy)
  • Let’s Read this one in Braille! Making full use of the eBook market for the print disabled readers [EN]
    Koen Krikhaar (Dedicon)

9h30 - 11h00 : Track 2 - Partnerships to Build Inclusive eBook Services

Chair : Luc MAUMET (AVH, France)
  • Epub3 production - partnership with book publishers [EN]
    Lisa Söderberg (Swedish Agency for Accessible Media), Johansson Tomas (Swedish Agency for Accessible Media)
  • The Public Library, Provider of Digital Books for the Visually Impaired: the Example of the Marguerite Duras Library in Paris [FR]
    Hélène Kudzia-Pinto da Silva (Marguerite Duras Media Library, Paris City Libraries)
  • Digital Technologies – Story Engagement and Enrichment- Partnership between libraries, publishers, and specialized service providers to explore the use of technology to re-engage families [EN]
    Janice Hall (Newcastle upon Tyne Library Service), Anne Curtis (Shoo Fly Publishing)
  • The BNFA: Sharing Accessible Books [FR]
    Alex Bernier (BrailleNet)

11h30 - 13h00 : Track 1 - The Delivery of Accessible eBooks

Chair : François HENDRIKZ (South African Library for the Blind, South Africa)
  • The copyright exception for disabled people in France: legislative and regulatory issues and practical solutions via the Platon platform [FR]
    Eléonore Clavreul (Ministry of Culture and Communication), Chloé Cottour (Franch National Library)
  • How to produce and read accessible iBooks [EN]
    Jeroen Baldewijns (Blindenzorg Licht en Liefde), Bart Simons (AnySurfer)
  • The experience of LIA – Libri Italiani Accessibili [EN]
    Cristina Mussinelli (LIA)
  • Beyond text: accessible educational ebooks for all [EN]
    Edmar Schut (Dedicon)

14h30 - 16h00 : Track 1 - eBooks for All Stages

Chair : Bernhard HEINSER (DAISY Consortium)
  • Digital adaptation of children's books available to all [FR]
    Sophie Martel (Benjamins media)
  • Yoleo – I can read! [EN]
    Edmar Schut (Dedicon)
  • ChattyInfty3: New Tools to Produce Accessible eBooks Ranging from Math to Others [EN]
    Katsuhito Yamaguchi (Nihon University), Masakazu Suzuki (Kyushu University)
  • Producing, distributing and rendering accessible scientific books [FR]
    Alex Bernier (BrailleNet)

14h30 - 16h00 : Track 2 - Best Practices in Public and Academic Libraries

Chair : Vanessa Van ATTEN (Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, France)
  • Daisy Online Delivery Protocol Makes E-books Accessible in Flemish Public Libraries [EN]
    Bert Paepen (Pyxima), Johan Delauré (Bibnet - Agency for Digital Library in Flanders)
  • e-Readers for Paris City Hospital Patients [FR]
    Claudie Guerin (Centre Inter-Médiathèques/Direction des services aux patients)
  • What Provision of Accessible Digital Books do French University Libraries Make? [FR]
    Camille Dégez-Selves (Bibliothèque-UPMC (BUPMC)), Sébastien Respingue-Perrin (Bibliothèque de l’Université Paris Dauphine)
  • French University Libraries and Access to Knowledge [FR]
    Françoise Fontaine-Martinelli (Bibliothèque universitaire de santé de Clermont-Ferrand-BCU)

16h00 - 16h30 : Closing Session

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