The broad conference themes of Connecting, Collaborating and Creating have been intentionally chosen by the International Programme Committee to create an open and welcoming intellectual environment for conference contributions, discussions and sharing with colleagues.
Connecting themed sessions will provide opportunities to explore ideas and experiences in connecting with users, technology, disciplines, or entities, the past and present literature (historic collections and archives).
Collaborating themed sessions will provide opportunities to explore ideas and experiences about partnerships with veterinary and non-veterinary librarian colleagues, discipline faculty, organizations, institutions, exchange experiences or possibilities, or job shadowing between institutions.
Creating themed sessions will provide opportunities for sharing ideas and experiences in developing new resources, webpages, online tutorials, courses and classes outside of and within the curriculum, spaces, makerspaces, new jobs or new positions.
Abstracts & full texts: http://www.huveta.hu/handle/10832/2039
Programme and abstracts of the 9th ICAHIS in pdf: http://hdl.handle.net/10832/2586
Pre-conference workshop: Exploring best teaching practices and pedagogies
Contributed papers/posters Session 5
|Post-conference tour (optional)
with Mini Writers’ Retreat
Contributed papers/posters Session 1/2: Connecting
Group Discussion: Veterinary Open Access
Session 4 continued
Group Discussion: Access to Pharmacology Literature
University Library of the Eötvös Loránd University
A Veterinary Librarian’s Global Toolkit
Wrap up session and summary
Ideas for next ICAHIS
|Evening||Welcome Reception with tour of host library||Conference Dinner at Szegedi Halászcsárda (Fishermen’s Inn)||Informal Dinner Group or Several Dine-around Group Options|
The 9th International Conference of Animal Health Information Specialists will be held June 14-17, 2018 at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Budapest, Hungary. The conference will bring together animal health information specialists from around the world, to connect in understanding the issues facing them, and to collaborate in creating solutions. Though not very large in numbers, this unique community is a cross-section of the veterinary and animal health information world, and also a gateway to larger institutions of higher education and animal health administration.Sponsors:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Ferenc Hutÿra Library, Museum and Archives – University of Veterinary Medicine, Budapest
Hungary 1078 Budapest István u. 2.