Boris Bosančić works at the Department of Information sciences teaching next courses: Information in theory, Metadata & Identifiers, Markup Languages, Digital Repositories, Information Architecture etc. In the year 2012. he was elected assistant professor. His interest are theory of information, knowledge bases, metadata and semantic web (linked data) etc. Recently, he is working on several articles related to information theory from LIS perspective. In leisure time, he is interesed for other fields of human knowledge (astronomy, extreme physics etc.) as well as philosophy, arts and so on.
Tatjana Aparac-Jelušić (born October 10, 1948, Osijek) is an Croatian librarian and professor of librarianship. She is currently a Professor at the Department of Librarianship, Faculty of Education, University of Osijek and Professor at the Department of Information Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. In 2006 she won an award for teachers of information science—Thompson ISI’s Outstanding Information Science Teacher of the Year—from the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST). She is a member of the Programme Committees of a number of domestic professional conferences and seminars[which?]; Chair, Organising Committee of the CoLIS3 International conference, Co-director of the International Seminars Libraries in the Digital Age – LIDA (2000, 2001, 2002) She has written than 60 professional papers, reviews and notes, and has edited 16 books in the field of library and information science. [from Wikipedia]
Diane Sonnenwald conducts research on collaboration, information behaviour and collaboration technology in a variety of contexts, including inter-disciplinary and inter-organizational collaboration in police work, emergency healthcare, academia and industry. Her work has been funded by international funding agencies, including the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, European Science Foundation, as well as private corporations and foundations. (from researchgate.net) Professor Sonnenwald has retired from University College Dublin.
Full Professor of Information & Communication Studies, School of Communication & Journalism (EJCAM) Aix-Marseille University – Marseille, France. She is teaching in the broad fields of Library, Documentation & Information Studies; Information & Communication Sciences; Media Studies. Her research interests span a wide array of topics going from Human-Language Technology (HLT) for various applications - Natural Language Processing (NLP) to Terminology Engineering, Knowledge Acquisition from Texts, Text Mining, to more conceptual and analytical subjects such as Epistemology & History of Science, Science and Technology studies (STS), Uses of technology, Big Data and Open Data, the participatory paradigms of web 2.0.
Lai Ma is Lecturer at the School of Information and Library Studies at University College Dublin. She is currently serving as Chair of the History and Foundations of Information Science Special Interest Group (SIG/HFIS) and Chair-elect of the European Chapter of Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T). Lai received her PhD and MLIS from Indiana University-Bloomington.
Christian Schlögl is associate professor at the Institute of Information Science and Information Systems of the University of Graz. He studied Computer Science and Information Systems at the University of Linz and received a doctorate degree in the Social Sciences and Economics in 1996 and a post-doctorate degree (Habilitation) in 2001 from the University of Graz. In 1998 he established the diploma program on Information Studies at the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland. Since 2005 he is member of the scientific board of the interuniversity program on “Library and Information Studies” which is offered by the Universities of Graz, Innsbruck, Salzburg and Vienna. His main research interests include information and knowledge management, and scientometrics.
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Dr. Isto Huvila, Ph.D., docent, is a senior lecturer in information and knowledge management at the School of Business and Economics, Information Studies, Åbo Akademi University in Turku, Finland and an associate professor at the Department of ALM at Uppsala University in Sweden. His primary areas of research include information and knowledge management, information work, knowledge organisation, documentation, and social and participatory information practices. The contexts of his research ranges from archaeology and cultural heritage, archives, libraries and museums to social media, virtual worlds and corporate and public organisations. Huvila has published on the topics ranging from information work management, archaeological information management, social media, virtual reality information issues to archival studies and museum informatics, ancient history and archaeology. He received a MA degree in cultural history at the University of Turku in 2002 and a PhD degree in information studies at Åbo Akademi University (Turku, Finland) in 2006.
Kornelija Petr Balog, PhD is a full professor at the Department of Information Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia. She was born in 1967. In 1991 she obtained a Bachelor's degree in English Language and Literature and German Language and Literature at the Faculty of Education in Osijek (now, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences or FHSS). In 1999 she obtained the Master's degree and in 2004 a PhD in Information Sciences from University of Zagreb. Title of her PhD thesis is Performance quality indicators of academic libraries. Her areas of interest are primarily organisation of information, performance measurement, information retrieval, human- information interaction, and lately, information literacy. She was a PI at the scientific project Evaluation of library services and products: public and academic libraries (2007-2013). Also, she was or has been involved as a researcher in a number of scientific or professional projects: Research of reading habits and information needs of children and young adults (2002 – 2006), Systematic approach to the introduction of learning outcomes at the University J. J. Strossmayer in Osijek (2008-2009), Application of Croatian ISO standards (ISO 2789 i ISO 11620) for unique electronic collection, processing/analysis and display of performance of all kinds of Croatian libraries (2012-2013), Creation of the new cataloguing code (2014-2016). In the period between 2005-2009 she was a vice-dean for professional development at the Faculty of Philosophy (now, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences), and in the period between 2012-2014 she was the head of the Department of Information Sciences (FHSS). Currently, she is the head of the Chair for Library Management and Organization of Information at the Department of Information Sciences. She was a member of organization committee of several conferences and is a member of editorial team of three Croatian journals: Librarianship : journal of the Croatian Library Association of Slavonia and Baranya, Life and School: journal for the theory and practice of education and Libellarium: journal for the history of writing, books and memory institutions. She has published scientific and professional papers and participated at international and national scientific and professional conferences.
Maja Krtalić is an assistant professor and the head of Department of Information Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia. She was born in 1980. In 2002 she obtained a Bachelor's degree in Library Science and Croatian Language and Literature at the Faculty of Education in Osijek. In 2007 she obtained a Master's degree in Information Sciences from Zagreb University and in 2010 a PhD in information science from University of Zadar. Her areas of interest are primarily preservation of cultural heritage, preservation management, digital preservation, library management, evaluation of library services, and information behaviour of scholars. She was a research assistant in the scientific projects: Evaluation of library services: academic and public libraries (from 2007), Croatian written heritage: theoretical and technological presumptions of organisation and preservation (2007.), Research of reading habits and information needs of children and young adults (2002. – 2006), and a leader of the project Newspapers as a source of information for scientific research in social sciences and humanities (2014). From 2002-2008 she was a member of the organization committee of the Libraries in the Digital Age (LIDA) international conference. She is an executive editor of Libellarium: journal for the history of writing, books and memory institutions. She has published scientific and professional papers and participated at international and national scientific and professional conferences.
Boris Badurina is an assistant professor at Department of Information Sciences, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Osijek, Croatia. He graduated from University of Zagreb with BA in Sociology and Ph.D in Information science. His research has been in a range from digital libraries development to the new technologies use, impact, and acceptance. He is also involved in technology and system development of two Memory Net projects at Simmons College Boston USA as well as in several online library services in Croatia like Croatian national “Ask a librarian” service. He currently holds courses in digital libraries development, research methodologies and theories of information society.