Presentations

Anda Baklāne, Strategic development specialist, National Library of Latvia
Digital libraries as “big data” for literary studies: limitations and aspirations

Kristina Boréus, Assoc. Prof., School of Social Sciences, Södertörn University, Sweden
Critical discourse analysis and conceptual history: new opportunities with software and full-text databases

Dominika Czyżak, M.A., Deputy Director for Collection Management and Access, Nicolai Copernicus University Library, Toruń, Poland
Digital humanities in Poland and the new role of humanistic scholarship

Jussi-Pekka Hakkarainen, Project Manager, Digitization Project of Kindred Languages, the National Library of Finland
Making the impact on research and society: nichesourcing of Uralic language material

Timo Honkela, Professor, Department of Modern Languages, University of Helsinki, Centre for Preservation and Digitisation, National Library of Finland
Digital humanities: future directions and opportunities for libraries

Maria Johnsson, Principal Librarian, Faculty of Engineering, Lund University & Johan Åhlfeldt, research engineer, Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University
Research libraries and Research Data Management (RDM) within the humanities and social sciences – development of future role and services

Christoph Kümmel, Ph.D., Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Gruppe Wissenschaftliche Literaturversorgungs- und Informationssysteme, Germany
Digital humanities – digital libraries: visions, challenges, and deliverables

Markus Schnöpf, M.A., Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften Telota, Germany
Digital humanities and information sciences

Jan Schrastetter, Deputy Chairman, Digital Forum Central and Eastern Europe (DiFMOE e.V.), Germany
The Digital Forum Central and Eastern Europe and the Riga Digitalis

Pelle Snickars, Professor, Umeå University – Humlab, Sweden.
Doing digital humanities. Some suggestions and personal reflections

Natalia Sokolova, Assoc. Prof., Director, Institute of Consortia Library Information Systems, St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University, Russia
Educational process and digital information provision: landscape in Russian universities