This pre­lim­in­ary programme is sub­ject to change. All times in the programme are listed in East European Summer Time (UTC+03:00).

The event is hosted by Päivi Jokitalo.

Monday 25 October 2021

E-lending and Future of Interlibrary lending 

11.00–11.15 Opening words
*Cecilia af Forselles, National Librarian, Finland

11.15–11.45  Keynote speech by Barbara Lison, IFLA President: 
Future Trends in European Libraries and IFLA activities

11.45–13.00 E-book Lending in Nordic Countries
*Virva Nousiainen-Hiiri, Helsinki City Library: 
Digimedia-project - Public Libraries in Finland
*Mikkel Christoffersen, eReolen:
E-book service in Denmark - eReolen
*Trygve Kikut, Adviser, Vestfold and Telemark County Library:
Joint procurement and operation of digital content in
public libraries - Project Digin
*Q & A

13.00–14.00 Lunch Break

14.00–14.30 Keynote speech by Peter Collins, Director of Resource Sharing/OCLC:
The future of print in a digital world

14.30–15.15 Open Access Journals
National and stakeholder-governed platforms serving as vehicles of transformation to open access – How to ensure access to journals of local as well as global interest
*Sofie Wennström, National Library of Sweden &
*Antti-Jussi Nygård, Federation of Finnish Learned Societies &
*Jeroen Sondervan, Utrecht University &
*Jesper Boserup Thestrup, Royal Danish Library &
*Q & A

15.15–15.30  Coffee Break

15.30–17.00 New Services for Resource Sharing
*Anne Koivisto, Project Designer, Jyväskylä City Library:
Customer-oriented ILL Request
*Olga Gurbanova, Head of the department interlibrary loan
and electronic document delivery, National Library of Russia:
The realities of electronic document delivery in the National Library of Russia
and business communication with the foreign libraries 
*Riin Olonen, Development Manager, National Library of Estonia:
Books on the Move - New Service in Estonia
*Lovisa Karlsson Kjellin, Rights Manager and
Tobias Willstedt, Digital Services Librarian, National Library of Sweden:
Bläddra - free access to books in Swedish national minority languages
*Q & A

17.00–17.15 Q & A: Peter Collins

17.15–17.30 Stage Poetry
Kasper Salonen: 3 poems in monochrome

Tuesday 26 October 2021

Digital Services and Open Access

10.00–10.10 Opening of the day
*Johanna Vesterinen, Director, National Repository Library
*Liisa Savolainen, Deputy Director, National Library of Finland

10.10–10.45 Keynote speech by Aslak Sira Myhre, National Librarian of Norway:
Digitalization and Culture
*Q & A

10.45–12.00 Digital Cultural Heritage Portals
*Riitta Peltonen, Lead UX Designer, Finna services, National Library of Finland:
Finna breaks organisation borders and makes sharing resources easier
*Tuula Pääkkönen, Information systems specialist, National Library of Finland: – digitized materials, contracts and usage
*Arturs Zogla, Head of Digital Library, National Library of Latvia:
Digitized books and periodicals at the National Library of Latvia: access and usage during COVID pandemic
*Q & A

12.00–12.15 Library Presentations
*Mikkeli Digitization Centre
*National Library of Finland
*National Repository Library
*Variety of Finnish Libraries

12.15–13.00 Lunch Break

13.00–14.00 Keynote speech by Andy Appleyard, Head of Operations North, British Library
Interlending Services in Changing Environment - British Library Case
*Q & A

14.00–14.50 New Ways for Interlending
*Frida Leijon Lundqvist, Librarian, Stockholm University Library:
Acquisition and Interlibrary loan in the middle of the Transformation
*Elina Kähö, Head of Services, Collections, Helsinki University Library and
Juha Leppämäki, Information Specialist, Helsinki University Library:
Development of resource sharing services
*Q & A

14.50–15.00 Break
*Meet Sylvi, the Reading Dog

15.00-16.00 Open Science in Academic Libraries
*Arja Tuuliniemi, Head of licensing, FinELib, National Library of Finland:
Transformative agreements – a road to fully open access
*Lise Baltzer, Head of Department - Library Service and Partnerships and Michael Svendsen, Departmental leader, Researcher support, Royal Danish Library:
Supporting the implementation of Open Science, perspectives from the Royal Danish Library
*Q & A

16.00–16.15 Conclusions

16.15–16.30 Music
Okra Playground
: Nine Moons