Tentative Programme Schedule for 10th International CALIBER 2015
Conference Director: Dr.Usha Mujoo Munshi, Librarian, Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), New Delhi, INDIA
Rapporteur General: Dr Pawan Kumar Gupta, Department of Library & Information Science, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, INDIA
Day 1  March 12, 2015
Venue: Hotel Peterhof
09:00 Onwards
Bibliometrics and Research Performance Measurement of Indian Universities
Speaker: Ms. Sarah Huggett, Manager, Elsevier Analytical Services
Venue: University Auditorium of Himachal Pradesh University
10:00 - 11:30
Tea Break
Understanding and Avoiding Plagiarism in Research
Speaker: Mr. James Thorley, Director of International Sales, Turnitin
Venue: University Auditorium of Himachal Pradesh University
12:00 - 13:30
Lunch Break 13:30 - 14:30
Inaugural Session
Venue: Hotel Peterhof
15:45 - 17:30
High Tea
Cultural Event
Day 2: March 13, 2015
Technical Session 1(Theme 1)
Venue: Hotel Peterhof
09:30 - 11:30
  • Assessing the Research Impact of Institutions in India: A Bibliometrics Analysis Using Thomson Reuters InCites by Dr. Evangelia A.E.C. Lipitakis
  • 09:30 - 09:50
  • Electronic Resources and Copyright by Ms. Kate Vasili, Copyright Officer, Middlesex University, Sheppard Library, London
  • 09:50 - 10:10
    1. Metrics in Research Evaluation by Sarah Huggett  and Georgin Lau
    2. A Study of Information Seeking Behavior of Academic Sociologists through Citation Analysis at the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka by Chamani Gunasekera
    3. Authorship of Indian LIS Literature by Amogh S Lokhande  and Priti P. Sawant
    4. Citation Analysis of Computer Science Literature by Rajneesh and M S Rana
    5. Competence of Altmetrics in Building the Missing Features of Citation Metrics by Sri Amudha S and R Sevukan
    6. Development and Validation of the Electronic Information Resources Usage Scale by Champa N K Alahakoon and Chaminda Jayasundara
    7. Digitizing Library Card Catalogue Retrospectively on Exploring Scanning and OCR Technique at University of Mumbai – Some Lessons by Nalini A Raja
    8. Evolution of Library Assessment Literature: A Bibliometric Analysis of LAC Proceedings by Nrusingh Kumar Dash , Jyotshna Sahoo  and Basudev Mohanty
    9. Highly Cited Paper from Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, India during 2001-14: A Scientometrics Analysis Case Study by Pitty Nagarjuna and Shambhulinga Irappa Javali
    10. Himachal Pradesh: Research Oriented State as Visualized in SCOPUS by Deepti Madaan
    11. Indian Contributions in the Field of Emotional Intelligence (2001-2005): A Scientometric Study by P S Kattimani
    12. Lotka’s Law and The Pattern of Scientific Productivity in the Gandhian Literature by  Shiv Singh and Madan Singh Rana
    13. Mapping the International Representation of the Botanical Survey of India by Kalyani M E and A Bagavathi

    10:10 - 11.15
    Commercial Presentation: Elsevier 11:15 - 11.30
    Tea Break 11:30 - 11:45
    Technical Session 2 (Theme 1)
    Venue: Hotel Peterhof
    11:45 - 13:15
  • Aligning Repository Networks and the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) by Ms. Kathleen Shearer, Executive Director, Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) and Research Associate, CARL and RDC
  • 11:45 - 12:05
  • What EDINA Does: Ensuring Ease & Continuity of Access by Mr. Peter Burnhill, Director, EDINA, JISC/UK centre for digital expertise and service delivery at the University of Edinburgh (Scotland, UK)
  • 12:05 - 12:25

    1. Organizational Knowledge Management: Role of Libraries in Building World Class Universities by Beena C, Padmakumar P K and Archana S.N
    2. Popular Scientometric Analysis, Mapping and Visualisation Softwares: An Overview by Ashok Kumar, J Shivarama and Puttaraj A Choukimath
    3. Potential Predictibility of References in the Identification of Derivative Articles from Doctoral Theses by Mercedes Echeverria, David Stuart and Tobias Blanke
    4. Rankings of Indian Universities: A Scientometrics Analysis by S L Sangam and V T Bagalkoti
    5. Relevance of Bibliometric Study in Ranking/Performance of the Institutes : A Case Study by Vinod Kumar Mishra
    6. Research Output of Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology India Indexed in Scopus during 2004-2013: A Bibliometric Analysis by Manoj Kumar Sa
    7. Research Productivity of Universities in Kerala: Growth and Trends by Sheeja N K, Surendran Cherukodan and Muhamed Sageer TK

    Commercial Presentation: Springer 12:50 - 13:05
    Commercial Presentation: Oxford University Press 13:05 - 13:15
    Lunch Break 13:15 - 14:00
    Technical Session 3 (Theme 2)
    Venue: Hotel Peterhof
    14:00 - 15:45
  • Learning on the Internet - YouTube and MOOCs by Mr. Prashant Arya, Google and Mr. Ashwani Sharma, Google
  • 14:00 - 14:30

    1. Acceptance of MOOCs for Engineering Education In India by Namrata M Joshi
    2. Analysis of e- Resources’ License Agreements: Disagreeing for User Rights by Manorama Tripathi and V K Jagjeevan
    3. Designing and Developing an e-Learning Platform for Library & Information Science Students of University of Rajasthan: A Study by Raj Kishor Kampa and Purnima Kaushik
    4. Deterring Plagiarism: A Study of Steps Taken By PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh by Seema Vasishta, Nav Jyoti Dhingra and Maninder Kaur Dhanda
    5. Impact of E-learning on Achievement Motivation and Academic Performance - A Case Study of College Students in Sikkim by Neeraj Kumar and R P Bajpai
    6. Linking, Improving, Status, Career: Making in Library and Information Science MOOC by Deepshikha Pathak and Krishna Das

    Commercial Presentation: Balani Infotech 15:10 - 15:25
    Commercial Presentation: Emerald 15:25 - 15:35
    Commercial Presentation: Wiley 15:35 - 15:45
    Tea Break 15:45 - 16:00
    Technical Session 4 (Theme 2)
    Venue: Hotel Peterhof
    16:00 - 17:30
  • Presentation by Theme Speaker Dr. Uma Kanjilal, Professor, DLIS, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi
  • 14:00 - 14:30

    7. Massive Open Online Courses: EdX.org, Coursera.com and NPTEL,  A Comparative Study Based on Usage Statistics and Features with Special Reference to India by Pratik Agrawal, Abhishek Kumar and Ankush Agrawal
    8. Need of Virtual Learning Environment for Educating Library & Information Science by Dipti Arora and Shalini Lihitkar
    9. Online Open Courseware: A Pragmatic Approach to Democratise Education in India by Pardeep Rattan
    10. Social Science Cyber Library, An Attempt Towards E- Learning at Aligarh Muslim University by Ferheen Zehra and Shamim Aktar Munshi
    11. Standards and Good Practice of E- Learning and other E-Resources of the Libraries by S N Pandey, Mangay Ram, Anuradha Bisht and Satpal Singh
    12. User’s Attitude towards Electronic Resources in IIT Libraries: An Evaluative Study by O S Shekhar Singh and M T M Khan
    13. Video Content Delivery: Red 5 by Darshan Modi, Abhishek Kumar and Sanjay Kuamr Tiwari

    Day 3: March 14, 2015
    Technical Session 5 (Theme 3)
    Venue: Hotel Peterhof
    09:30 - 11:30
  • Presentation by Theme Speaker by Dr. H Anil Kumar, Librarian, IIM, Ahmedabad
  • 09:30 - 09:50
  • Presentation by Prof. Karmeshu, JNU, New Delhi
  • 09:50 - 10:10
  • Presentation by Mr. John Lenahan, JSTOR
  • 10:10 - 10:30

    1. Cataloguing to Facilitate Big Data Analytics by Manish Kumar Singh  and D K Singh
    2. Experimenting and Innovating with New Technology in Changing Environment by A S Chandel
    3. Managing Research Data in Academic Institutions: Role of Libraries by Mallikarjun Dora and H Anil Kumar
    4. New Big Things in Era of Digital Data - ‘Big Data’ & Big Data Challenges with its Solution Using Different Tools by Tapan P Gondaliya, Hiren D Joshi and Hardik J Joshi
    5. Rethinking Metadata: Semantic Proposal for Future by Rajarshi Das,
    Vikas Bhushan, Sudipta Shee and Santu Mondal
    6. Role of Library and Information Professionals in Web 3.0 Era by Nirupama Warrier, J Shivarama and Mallikarjun Angadi
    7. Shodhganga and Deterring Plagiarism in Research Outputs in Indian Universities by Manoj Kumar K and Jagdish Arora
    8.Technology Readiness For Library Automation by Deepak Jaroliya, Pragya Jaroliya and Dharmendra Sharma
    9. Use of Google Amongst Research Scholars in Sciences by Taruna Joshi

    10:30 - 11.20
    Commercial Presentation: OECD 11.20 - 11.30
    Tea Break 11:30 - 11:45
    Technical Session 6 (Theme 3)
    Venue: Hotel Peterhof
    11:45 - 13:30
  • Role of librarians in increasing the research impact and academic profiling of Indian universities, by Dr. J.K. Vijayakumar, University Library - Collections & Information Services Manager, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology, Saudi Arabia
  • 11:45 - 12:05
  • Open Access movement in the Arab region by Dr. Mandy Taha, Open Access Consultant, Egypt
  • 12:05 - 12:20

    1. Role of Libraries in Building World-class Universities: India’s Himalayan Region Perspective by Rekh Mani Sharma, Yangzee Sherpa and Rama Katel
    2. Role, Influence and Outcomes in Library Career Decisions with Family Challenges: A Case Study of Library Professionals by Udya Chandra Shukla
    3. Scholarly Literature From SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) Nations by Asmat Ali, Refhat-un-Nisa , Akib Ahmed and Amir Amanullah
    4. Scholarly Publication in Library and Information Science in India: A Citation Analysis of International LIS Journals by Dibya Kishor Pradhan                                                                                   
    5. Science Funding Research Output in BRIC Countries: A Scientometric Analysis by R Balasubramani,  Asoka Siriwardena and Abu K S
    6. Scientometric Dimensions: An Analysis on International Business Literature by Rajesh Kumar Bhardwaj
    7. Scientometric Analysis of Indian Journal of Marketing During 2005-2014 by Nirmala Biradar and P G Tadasad
    8. Towards Quality Assurance in Reader Services in a Digital Era: A Case Study of  Himachal Pradesh University Library Readers Survey by Kruti Trivedi, Dinesh Kumar Sharma, Prem  Chand and P K Ahluwalia
    9. Usage and Awareness of Mobile Applications and Technologies by LIS Professional in Library Services: Special Reference to North-West Part of Madhya Pradesh by Navin Kumar Soni, Upender Singh Sudan and Rajeev Vij
    10. Usage, Cost Analysis and ROI of E-Resources: A Case Study of  Banaras Hindu University Library System by D K Singh, Punit Kr. Singh and Alok Kr. Singh
    11. Use of INDEST and other e-resources by Engineering Students and Teachers of Assam by Unindajyoti Choudhury
    12. Web Link Analysis and Web Impact Factors of Space Science Libraries’ Websites by R Prabakaran and Shalini Lihitkar

    Commercial Presentation: SciFinder 13:10 - 13:20

    Commercial Presentation: Cambridge University Press 13:20 - 13:30
    Lunch Break 13:30 - 14:00
    Panel Discussion
  • Dr. Arun Kumar Chakraborty, Director General, Raja Rammohun Roy Library Foundation(RRRLF)
  • Dr. Jagtar Singh, Head, DLIS, Punjabi University
  • Dr. Ramesh Gaur, University Librarian, Jawaharlal Nehru University
  • Dr. R K Chaddha, Additional Secretary, Parliament of India
  • Dr. T S Kumbar, Librarian, Central Library, Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar
  • 14:00 - 15:00
    Tea Break 15:00 - 15:30
    Valedictory Session 15:30 Onwards