LE DEVENIR DES BIBLIOTHÈQUES DANS LE CADRE
DU DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE
The Future of Libraries within the Framework
of Sustainable Development
El Futuro de las Bibliotecas dentro del marco del Desarrollo Sostenido
PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE PROGRAM

Conference Site and Dates
Hotel Arawak, Pointe de la Verdure, 97190, Gosier, Guadeloupe
1-5 June 2009
President: Mm. Bea Bazile bea.baz@gmail.com

Pre-Conference June 1, 2009, Hotel Arawak
OCLC Seminar/Workshops
OCLC Caribbean and Latin American Users Group Meeting
Resource: Mr. Antonio José Alba, Regional Manager, The Caribbean and Central America

Conference Organizer

Association des Amis de la Bibliothèque Départementale de Prêt

Major Sponsors
Conseil Général de la Guadeloupe
Conseil Régional de la Guadeloupe
Direction des Affaires Culturelles de la Guadeloupe
Comité du Tourisme des Iles de Guadeloupe
EBSCO
OCLC

Conference Theme

LE DEVENIR DES BIBLIOTHÈQUES DANS LE CADRE
DU DÉVELOPPEMENT DURABLE

The Future of Libraries within the Framework
of Sustainable Development
El Futuro de las Bibliotecas dentro del marco del Desarrollo Sostenido

To effectively explore the conference theme, the following topics have been selected as sub-themes:

• The sustainable development: a new paradigm
• Changes in the perception of the Library concept to ensure social responsibility
with imagination and innovation: buildings, collections, staff and users;
with what vision, mission and goals?
• From local to global: changes in directions in order to change behavior:
solidarity, cooperation and training

Our Logo
Like the red and white mangrove whose seeds are nourished by the parent plant, the concept of the library of the future will grow out of the libraries of today.

Conference Opening Ceremony
This official activity will be held on MONDAY, June 1, 2009, at 19.00h. (7:00 p.m.). A reception follows the ceremony. It is the ideal forum to meet with old and new friends in order to initiate the participant’s interaction within the conference. Attire: Semi-formal.

Conference Dedication
To the first four French-speaking ACURIL past presidents
Mme. Marie-Francoise Bernabe (Martinique, 1985-1986)
M. Jean Wilfrid Bertrand (Haiti, 1990-1991-
Mme. Odile Broussillon (Guadeloupe, 1996-1997)
Mme. Anique Sylvestre (Martinique, 2004-2005)

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

The Conference program includes:

• Plenary Sessions

• Seminar-Workshops

• Subject Content Area Groups
It is expected that participants in these groups consider strengths and limitations of subject content areas in the region in order to identify ways to join efforts in the development of projects to enrich the availability of and access to information and documentation.
Agriculture and Environment
Education and Social Sciences
Health, Medicine and Natural Sciences
Knowledge Management
Law
Organization of and Access to Information

• Special Interest Groups
It is expected that participants in these groups consider strengths and limitations in their particular areas in the region in order to identify ways to join efforts and collaborate in different information and documentation projects for the benefit of all.
Academic Libraries
Archives and Records Management
Information Technologies
School Libraries
Special Libraries
Public and National libraries
Research in the Information Field
Students Roundtable

• Poster Sessions
• Exhibits and Technological Updates
• Cyberbus du Conseil Régional de la Guadeloupe

• Tours to Information Units
• Cultural and Social Activities

• ACURILEANA Evening of Awards

EXHIBITS CENTER AND TECHNOLOGICAL UPDATES
Diverse trade and educational exhibits will be presented at this conference.
Special demonstrations presenting updates in products and services are being scheduled.

POSTER SESSIONS

Monday – Friday: 8:00 – 16:00 (To be presented throughout the week)
The conference will offer the opportunity to display different types of poster
sessions throughout the week related to the various sub-themes of the conference.
All posters will be set up on Sunday afternoon and will be maintained throughout
the Conference. Think about the themes, select the one or ones you would like to
develop, design and submit a poster for presentation, ahead of time.

For more information write to:
Mme. Bea Bazile, ACURIL President 2008-2009
Directrice de la Bibliothèque Départementale de Prêt
BP 102 Quacher Desmarais
97109 Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe
French West Indies
bea.baz@gmail.com

Visite / Visit / Visite http://aabdpg.nuxit.net ; http://acuril.upr.edu

ACURIL XXXIX GUADELOUPE
PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE PROGRAM

LUNDI, 1 Juin 2009 / MONDAY, June 1, 2009 /LUNES, 1 Junio 2009

10:00 – 12:00 PRE-CONFERENCE SEMINAR/WORKSHOP (Hotel Arawak)
3d OCLC Caribbean and Latin American Users Group Meeting
Mr. Antonio José Alba, Regional Manager, The Caribbean and Central America

10:00-16:00
Inscription d’Exposants. Exhibitors Registration. Inscripción de Expositores.

13:00-16:00
Inscription des Participants. Participants Registration. Inscripción de Participantes.

9:30-12:30
Réunion du Comité Exécutif. Executive Council Meeting. Reunión del Consejo Ejecutivo. President: Mme. Bea Bazile bea.baz@gmail.com

15:00-16:00
Réunion du Comité des Résolutions. Resolutions Committee Meeting. Reunión del Comité de Resoluciones. Chair: Prof. Almaluces Figueroa afigueroa@uprrp.edu

Réunion des Moderateurs et Rapporteurs avec le Rapporteur Général.
Moderators & Rapporteurs Meeting with General Rapporteur. Moderadores y Relatores en reunión con Relator General.

16:00-17:00
Orientation des Nouveaux Membres et Participants. Orientation of New Members and First Time Attendees. Orientación de Nuevos Miembros y Primeros Participantes.

English-speaking participants. Chair: Mrs. Dorkas Bowler, Bahamas < bowler.dorcas@gmail.com >

French-speaking participants. Chair: Dr. Elizabeth Pierre-Louis, Haiti < epierrelouis@fokal.org >

Spanish-speaking participants. Chair: Lic. Dulce María Núñez de Taveras República Dominicana < DulceNunez@pucmm.edu.do >

16:00-18:00
Réunion du Vice Président avec le Présidents des Groupes à Intérêt Spécieux.
Vice President’s Meeting with Chairpersons of Special Interest Groups. Reunión de la Vice Presidenta con los Coordinadores de los Grupos de Interés Especial: Prof. Carmen Santos-Corrada < carmensantos.corrada@gmail.com >

19:30-20:30 Opening Ceremony. / Ceremonia de Apertura. / Séance d’Ouverture.
Mme. Bea Bazile, ACURIL President

Welcoming to ACURIL XXXIX Guadeloupe Conference and Master
of Ceremonies

Message d’Ouverture. Opening Message. Mensaje de Apertura

La Conference est dediée a/ Conference Dedication / Dedicatoria de la Conferencia

Mme. Marie-Francoise Bernabe (Martinique, 1985-1986)
M. Jean Wilfrid Bertrand (Haiti, 1990-1991-
Mme. Odille Broussillon (Guadeloupe, 1996-1997)
Mme. Anique Sylvestre (Martinique, 2004-2005)

Ouverture officiel de la Conference. Official Opening of the Conference. Apertura oficial del evento
Mme. Suzy Duport, Médiathéque de Gosier, Maitre de Cérémonie. Master of Ceremonies. Maestro de Ceremonias

20:30-22:00 Soireé d’Ouverture. Welcome Reception. Recepción de Bienvenida

MARDI, 2 juin 2009 / TUESDAY, June 2, 2007 / MARTES, 2 junio 2009

08:00-12:00 ; 14:00-16:00
Inscription des Participants. Participants Registration. Inscripción de Participantes.

08:00-09:00
Table Ronde des Anciens Présidents. Past Presidents Roundtable. Mesa Redonda de los Pasados Presidentes.

09:00-9:30
Ouverture de la Conference. Opening of the Conference. Apertura de la Conferencia

The Future of Libraries within the framework of sustainable development: Message. Mme. Bea Bazile, ACURIL President

Sub-Theme 1: The Sustainable Development: A New Paradigm?

09:30-10:00 Le concept de développement durable. The concept of sustainable development. El concepto del desarrollo sostenido.

Moderateur: Mme. Odile Broussillon, Directrice Adjointe des Affaires Culturelles et du Patrimoine, du Conseil Général de Guadeloupe

Rapporteur: Mme. Simone Marie-Rose, Directrice de la Bibliothèque Départementale de Prêt, de la Martinique

10:00-10:30 Développement durable et bibliothèques. The sustainable development and libraries. El desarrollo sostenido y las bibliotecas.

10:30-11:00
Ouverture de l’Exposition, Session d’Affiches, et Pause café. Opening of Exhibitions, Poster Sessions and Coffee break. Apertura de las Exposiciones, Sesiones de Carteles y Receso para café.

10:30-16:00
Permanent Poster Sessions
• ACURIL’s Cornerstones. ACURIL Executive Headquarters.
• Caribbeana
• SANITAS
• ACURIL Puerto Rico Chapter

Conference Poster Sessions. To be presented during the entire week.

11:00-12:30
1er Assemblée Générale. 1st ACURIL General Assembly. 1ra Asamblea General.
Chair: Mme. Bea Bazile, ACURIL President bea.baz@gmail.com

Agenda:
1. Bienvenue. Welcome. Bienvenida. Mme. Bea Bazile, President

2. Minutes of ACURIL XXX Conference Jamaica.

3. Rapport. Reports. Informes
3.1 President. Mme. Bea Bazile
3.2 Executive Secretary. Dr. Luisa Vigo-Cepeda
3.3 Treasurer. Prof. Ileana Rosa-Sotomayor
3.4 Vice-President/President Elect. Prof. Carmen Santos-Corrada
3.4.1 Permanent Committees
3.4.2 Special Interest Groups
3.4.3 Nominations

4. Special Reports
4.1 Sanitas. Prof. Carmen Santos-Corrada
4.2 Project de Jumelage de Bibliothèques d’ACURIL /ACURIL’s Twin Libraries Project / Proyecto de las Bibliotecas Gemelas de ACURIL. Mme. Bea Bazile and Dr. Luisa Vigo-Cepeda

5. Any other Business

12:30-14:00 Déjeneur. Lunch break. Almuerzo.

14:00-15:00 Meetings/Seminar-Workshops by Special Interest Groups (SIG’s)
It is expected that participants in the following groups consider strengths and limitations in their particular areas in the region in order to identify ways to join efforts and collaborate in different projects for the benefit of all.

Academic Libraries. Coordinator: Prof. Barry Baker, Director, University of Central
Florida Libraries, bbaker@mail.ucf.edu

Archives Repositories and Records Administration. Coordinator: Mrs. Margot
Thomas, Director, St. Lucia National Archives Authority,
mariette900@yahoo.com

National and Public Libraries: Mrs. Astrid Britten, National Library of Aruba
astridbritten@hotmail.com

School Libraries. Coordinator: Pending

Special Libraries. Coordinator: Prof. Almaluces Figueroa, Caribbean Regional Library and Latin American Studies, Library System, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus
afigueroa@uprrp.edu

Information Technology. Coordinator: National and Public Libraries. Coordinator: Mrs. Judith Rogers, University of the Virgin Islands Library jrogers@uvi.edu

Research in the Information Field. Coordinator: Dr. Betsaida Vélez-Natal
Graduate School of Sciences and Technologies, University of Puerto Rico betsaida.velez@gmail.com

Students Roundtable. Coordinators: Pending

15:00-15:00 Pause café. Coffee break. Receso para el café.

15:15-17:00 Outils pour le Developpement Durable. Tools for Sustainable Development. Herramientas para el Desarrollo Sostenido.
Participants: Aruba and Guadeloupe presentations

19:30-21:30 Guadeloupe embrasse la Caraibe. Guadeloupeans embrace the Caribbean. Los Guadalupeños abrazan al Caribe.

Apportez votre costume local et soyez prêt a la presenter; Apportez votre musique pour etre prêt a danser; Apportez des souvenirs afin de les offrir a d’autres.

Bring your country’s costume and be ready to pose; bring your music and be ready to dance; and bring mementos and be ready to exchange and share.

Traigan sus vestimentas locales y estén dispuestos a posar; traigan su música y dispónganse a bailar; traigan recordatorios y estén listos a intercambiar y a compartir.

MERCREDI, 3 juin 2009 / WEDNESDAY, June 3, 2009 / MIÉRCOLES, 3 junio 2009

Sub-Theme 2: Changes in the perception of the Library concept to ensure social responsibility with imagination and innovation: buildings, collections, staff and users; with what vision, mission and goals?

Le Jour de la Bibliothèque Vert (S’habiller en vert)
The Green Library Day (Dress in green)
El Día de la Biblioteca Verde (Vestirse de color verde)

Act green and Enjoy being green at the Library
for the benefit of the diverse communities in the Caribbean.

08-00-15:00 Inscription des Participants. Participants registration. Inscripción de participantes

08-00-16:00 Permanent Poster Sessions
• ACURIL’s Cornerstones. ACURIL Executive Headquarters.
• Caribbeana
• SANITAS
• ACURIL Puerto Rico Chapter

Conference Poster Sessions. To be presented during the entire week.

09:00-09:45 Green architecture in libraries. Special Presentation

09:45-10:45 Content Areas: Concurrent Workshops/Seminars by Subject Areas.

It is expected that participants in the following groups consider strengths and limitations of subject content areas in the region in order to identify ways to join efforts in projects to enrich the availability of and access to information and documentation.

• Agriculture and Environment
• Education and Social Sciences
• Health, Medicine and Natural Sciences
• Knowledge Management
• Law

10:45-11:00 Coffee break. Receso para café. Pause café.

11:00-12:30 Special Presentations/Seminar-Workshops from Call for Papers/Workshops (Concurrent)

12:30 Deadline to submit floor nominations to the Executive Council. Contact the Executive Secretary Dr. Luisa Vigo-Cepeda at the ACURIL’s Booth.

12:30-13:30 Déjeuner. Lunch break. Almuerzo

13:30-15:00 Seminar-Workshops by Special Interest Groups (SIG’s)
It is expected that participants in the following groups consider strengths and limitations in their particular areas in the region in order to identify ways to join efforts and collaborate in different projects for the benefit of all.

Academic Libraries. Coordinator: Prof. Barry Baker, Director, University of Central
Florida Libraries, bbaker@mail.ucf.edu

Archives Repositories and Records Administration. Coordinator: Mrs. Margot
Thomas, Director, St. Lucia National Archives Authority, Mariette900@yahoo.com

National and Public Libraries: Mrs. Astrid Britten, National Library of Aruba
astridbritten@hotmail.com

School Libraries. Coordinator: Pending

Special Libraries. Coordinator: Prof. Almaluces Figueroa, Caribbean Regional Library and Latin American Studies, Library System, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus
afigueroa@uprrp.edu

Information Technology. Coordinator: National and Public Libraries. Coordinator: Mrs. Judith Rogers, University of the Virgin Islands Library jrogers@uvi.edu

Research in the Information Field. Coordinator: Dr. Betsaida Vélez-Natal
Graduate School of Sciences and Technologies, Universityof Puerto Rico betsaida.velez@gmail.com

Students Roundtable. Coordinators: Pending

15:00-15:30 Pause café. Coffee break. Receso para café.

15:00-16:30 Special Presentations/Seminars-Workshops from Call for Papers/Workshops (Concurrent)

19:00-22:00 The Green Library Caribbean Evening: Show how green you can be. Attire: Casual.

Act green and Enjoy being green at the Library
for the benefit of the diverse communities in the Caribbean.
JEUDI, 4 Juin 2009 / THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2009 / JUEVES, 7 Junio 2009 /

Sub-Theme 2: Changes in the perception of the Library concept to ensure social responsibility with imagination and innovation: buildings, collections, staff and users; with what vision, mission and goals?

08:00-12:00 Registration

08-00-16:00 POSTER SESSIONS [To be presented during the entire week]

10:00-12:00 Elections to the Executive Council

09:00-09:45 To be or not to be a Green/Sustainable Development Library in the Caribbean: Controversial Panel

09:45-10:30 Concurrent Sessions by Subject Areas. Sesiones Concurrentes por Áreas Temáticas. Sessions pour Thèmes

It is expected that participants in the following groups consider strengths and limitations of subject content areas in the region in order to identify ways to join efforts in projects to enrich the availability of and access to information and documentation.

• Agriculture and Environment
• Education and Social Sciences
• Health, Medicine and Natural Sciences
• Knowledge Management
• Law

10:30-11:00 Coffee break. Receso para café. Pause café

11:00-13:00

2d ACURIL Assemblée Générale. 2nd ACURIL General Assembly. 2da Asamblea General de ACURIL

Agenda:
1. Welcoming and Opening Remarks from the President
2. Reports of Standing Committees
2.1 Constitution and By-Laws
2.2 Publications and Public Relations
2.3 Finance
2.4 Membership
2.5 Continuing Education

3. Reports of Special Interest Groups
3.1 Academic Libraries
3.2 Archives and Records Administration
3.3 Information Technology
3.4 National and Public Libraries
3.5 Research in the Information Field
3.6 School Libraries
3.7 Special Libraries
3.8 Students Roundtable

4. Reports of Special Content Sections
4.1 Agriculture and Environment
4.2 Education and Social Sciences
4.3 Health, Medicine and Natural Sciences
4.4 Knowledge Management
4.5 Law
4.6 Organization of and Access to Information

5. Report of Elections by Scrutiny Committee
6. Resolutions
7. Any other Business

Free Afternoon & Evening

Opportunities for Tours
Libraries, Mediathèques, Archives, Documentation Centers, and Cultural Centers

VENDREDI, 5 Juin 2009 / FRIDAY, June 5, 2009 / VIERNES, 5 junio 2009

Sub-Theme 3: From Local to Global: Changes in directions in order to change behavior: solidarity, cooperation and training.

08:00-09:00
Registration

08-00-16:00 Permanent Poster Sessions
• ACURIL’s Cornerstones. ACURIL Executive Headquarters.
• Caribbeana
• SANITAS
• ACURIL Puerto Rico Chapter

Conference Poster Sessions. To be presented during the entire week.

09:00-9:30 La Bibliotheque Global / The Global Library / La Biblioteca Global. Prof. Réjean Savard, EBSI, Université de Montréal.

10:00-10:30 Pause café. Coffee break. Receso para café.

10:30-12:00 Concurrrent Presentations and Seminar/Workshops from Call for Papers and Call for Workshops.

12:00-13.30 Déjeuner. Lunch break. Almuerzo.

13:30-16:30 Concurrent Presentations and Seminar/Workshops from Call for Papers and Call for Workshops

16.00 Closing of Exhibits and Poster Sessions

19:30-20:30
Ceremonie de Clôture. Closing Ceremony. Ceremonia de Clausura.

ACURILEANA Soirée de Remise des Prix. Evening of Awards. Noche de Distinciones

Institutional Awards

• The Stephney Ferguson Library Programs for Special Community Information Needs Award (ACURIL’s President Award)

• Creativity in the Development of Reading Programs for Children and/or Young Adults Award

• Leadership in the Use of New Information Technologies to Expand and Facilitate Access to Serials Content Award (EBSCO)

• Innovative and Creative Information Services with the Application of Information Technologies (Thomson/Gale)

• Leadership in the Development of Information and/or Research Skills Program Award (Sirs)

• The Albertina Pérez de Rosa Information Units Alliances and Collaborative Projects in the Caribbean (ACURIL Puerto Rico Chapter)

The Albertina Pérez de Rosa Student of Excellence Medal 2009 (ACURIL Puerto Rico Chapter)

ACURILEAN Stars 2009

Information Professionals Awards 2009

The Caribbean Information Professional of the Year 2009

20:30-23:00
ACURILEAN Banquet. Attire: Semi-formal.

ACURIL XXXIX PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Mme. Bea Bazile, President
Dr. Luisa Vigo-Cepeda
Prof. Carmen Santos-Corrada
Prof. Almaluces Figueroa
Dr. Elizabeth Pierre-Louis
Prof. Barry Baker
Prof. María de los Angeles Zavala-Colón

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Coordinator: Danielle Renier-Deglas
Protocol: Suzy Duport
Registration Lydie Pumaroux
Finances: Myriam Rabel
Conference Secretariat: Lydie Poumaroux
Opening and Closing ceremonies: Rodrigue Aristide
Expositors: Danielle Renier Deglas
Visits to Information Units: Corinne Thicot
Cultural and Social Activities: Myriam Rabel
Transportation: Jeannine Bramble
Public Relations: Jimmy Louis

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 2008/2009

Bea Bazile
Bibliothèque Departamentale de Prêt de la Guadeloupe
bea.baz@gmail.com

Vice-President/President-Elect
Carmen Santos-Corrada
Conrado Asenjo Library,
University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus
csantos@rcm.upr.edu

Past President
Adele Merritt-Bernard
Jamaica Library and Information Association
adelemb@gmail.com

Luisa Vigo-Cepeda, Executive Secretary
executivesecretariat@acuril.org

Ileana Rosa-Sotomayor, Treasurer
acurilt@acuril.org

Parlamentarian
Pedro Padilla-Rosa, President
Head, Foreign and International Law Department,
Law Library, University of Puerto Rico
ppadillarosa@law.upr.edu

Institutional Members

Elizabeth Pierre-Louis
Fondation Conaissance et Liberte/
Open Society Institute, Haiti
epierlouis@fokal.org

Judith Rogers
University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix
jrogers@uvi.edu

Eleuterio Ferreira
Universidad Católica Tecnológica del Cibao
eferreirac@yahoo.es

Margot Thomas
St. Lucia National Archives Authority
Mariette900@yahoo.com

Association Members

Dorcas Bowler
Bahamas Library Association
dorcasbowler@yahoo.com

Daniele Darien
Association des Amis de la Bibliothèque Départementale de Prêt
daniele.dar@gmx.fr

María de los Ángeles Lugo
Sociedad de Bibliotecarios de Puerto Rico
um_mlugo@suagm.edu

Personal Member

Ronny Alders
Oranjestad, Aruba
aruba2006@hotmail.com

Special Guest

Astrid J. T. Britten, Past President
Biblioteca Nacional de Aruba
astridbritten@hotmail.com

CIBERNOTAS-ACURIL-CYBERNOTES
Compilor/Editor
Luisa Vigo-Cepeda
cibernotasacurilcybernotes@acuril.org
executivesecretariat@acuril.org

ACURILNET: http://acuril.uprrp.edu

Collaborators in this issue
Bea Bazile, ACURIL President bea.baz@gmail.com
Carmen Santos-Corrada, Vice-President/
President Elect carmensantos.corrada@gmail.com
Danielle Renier Deglas, Coordinator ACURIL39 acuril39@gmail.com
Ileana Rosa-Sotomayor, Treasurer ileanarosasotomayor@acuril.org
Pedro Padilla-Rosa, Parlamentarian ppadilla@law.upr.edu
Maria de los Ángeles Zavala, President, ACURIL
Puerto Rico Chapter zavalama@gmail.com
Almaluces Figueroa, Chair, Special Libraries SIG
afigueroa@uprrp.edu
José Robledo, Member, Publications and Public Relations Committee
joeyrobledo@gmail.com

Editorial Team
Astrid Britten astridbritten@hotmail.com
Barry Baker bbaker@mail.ucf.edu
Bea Bazile bea.baz@gmail.com
Carmen Santos-Corrada carmensantos.corrada@gmail.com
Oneida R. Ortiz

Webmaster
Edgar Jiménez-Ferrer macedgar@gmail.com

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University of Puerto Rico
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