KohaCon 2017 CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Main Conference – June 19-21, 2017

Venue: Ayala Museum

Time June 19, 2017

Day 1

June 20, 2017

Day 2

June 21, 2017

Day 3

08:00 am Registration Housekeeping/Welcome Housekeeping/Welcome
08:15 am
08:30 am
08:45 am OPENING CEREMONY

Doxology

National Anthem

Welcome Remarks – Ma. Elizabeth L. Gustillo Senior Director, Arts & Culture, Ayala Museum

Keynote Address – Yolanda C. Granda PRC – Board for Librarians Opening Remarks – Eugene Espinoza ASLP Secretary / Koha ILS Philippines volunteer

Asian Institute of Management’s Koha Migration: Challenges and Opportunities

-Fernan Dizon

Asian Institute of Management (Philippines)

Koha ILS and Coral (ERMs) integration

-Paul Poulain

Biblibre (France)

09:00 am
09:15 am History of Koha ILS and Introduction to Koha ILS

-Paul Poulain

Biblibre (France)

Sharing ASLP’s Experience in organizing the event “Training on the Use of Koha, DSpace and Green stone Digital Library” held May 2013.

-Association of Special Libraries of the Philippines

09:30 am Publishing Library Linked Data via Koha and Aliada open source systems

-Cristina Gareta

Scanbit (Spain)

09:45 am The Koha community : SIL’s experience

-Manuel Tamayao

SIL Philippines

10:00 am COFFEE BREAK
10:15 am Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt on Free and Open Source Software and how do we bust/deal with it?

-Robert ‘Bob’ Reyes

Mozilla Philippines Representative

COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK
10:30 am Can a simple librarian implement Koha ILS?

-Jerwyn Fernandez

OnStrike Library Solutions (Philippines)

Product Presentation 3
10:45 am The future for Koha ILS/Roadmap for Koha ILS and continuation of hackfest wishlist
11:00 am Koha ILS journey of the Technological Institute of the Philippines: the first known Koha ILS installation in the Philippines

-Aprilyn Gallana

Technological Institute of the Philippines

11:15 am
11:30 am LUNCH BREAK LUNCH BREAK CLOSING CEREMONY

Closing Remarks – Myzel Marifosque (Conference Chair/ASLP Vice President)

12:00-12:59 pm LUNCH BREAK
01:00 pm History of Koha ILS in the Philippines and the National Library of the Philippines

-Edgardo Quiros

National Library of the Philippines

Koha everywhere!: Implementing Koha in a variety of contexts

-Gaetan Boisson

Biblibre (France)

01:15 pm
01:30 pm Digitizing Sangguniang Panlalawigan ng Batangas Ordinances and Resolutions: Increasing Access to Public Documents Through Koha

-Alexander Lunar

Batangas Provincial Library (Philippines)

Assembly time for Cultural tour
01:45 pm The Filipinas Heritage Library Koha ILS journey

-Cecil Ayson

Filipinas Heritage Library (Philippines)

Travel for cultural tour
02:00 pm Integrating EBSCO Discovery Service, Publication Finder and OpenAthens with Koha

-Alvet Miranda

EBSCO Discovery Service (Australia)

02:15 pm Koha ILS journey of the Far Eastern University – Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation: the first known Koha ILS-RFID integration in the Philippines

-Erwina T. Meneses

Far Eastern University – Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation (Philippines)

02:30 pm Cultural tour (place TBA)
pm Tales of migrations: Implementation of Koha Integrated Library Management Software (ILMS) at The University of Agriculture

-Sher Afzal Khan

The University of Islamabad (Pakistan)

Product Presentation 1/COFFEE BREAK
03:00 pm
03:15 pm COFFEE BREAK Product Presentation 2
03:30 pm IRRI’s experience: from Millenium to Koha ILS and the use of Google services

-Lea de los Reyes

International Rice Research Institute (Philippines)

Mana: Open Source knowledge base for libraries

-Paul Poulain

Biblibre (France)

03:45 pm
04:00 pm Largest Koha Installation Experiences of 1,136 Public Libraries of Turkey

-Mengu Yazicioglu

Devinim (Turkey)

Bringing AGROVOC terms into Koha ILS

-Eugene Jose Espinoza

OSLS (Philippines)

04:15 pm
04:30 pm Perceived Impact on the Adoption of Koha on the State University’s Library Management System

-Abubakar S. Mama

Mindanao State University – Main (Philippines)

Ayala Museum tour**
04:45 pm
05:00 pm End of Day 1 End of Day 2 End of Day 3

 

HACKFEST – June 22-23, 2017

Venue: Asian Institute of Management

What is Koha Hackfest?

This is where you can participate to Koha’s development. Development does not only refer to code and geek’s stuffs, librarians and administrators can come too!

During the hackfest:

  • we discover many things, including how Koha’s community works,
  • we participate to translation workshops, tests, or documentation writing,
  • we test the newest version,
  • we test the new features suggested in the new version of Koha.

And above all:

  • we share with colleagues,
  • we exchange on our practices,
  • we meet the cool developers (I assure you they don’t bite 😉 )

(credits: Paul Poulain)


** Museum Tour can actually be done starting at 9:00 A.M. up until 6:00 P.M. Tuesday – Wednesday.