ASW 6–8 April 2018, Edinburgh — Final programme

All conference sessions will take place at St. Leonard's Hall with the residential accommodation at Salisbury Green Hotel, Edinburgh (3 minutes walk).

Abstracts for individual sessions can be found in the printed programme also available here.

Friday 6th April 2018

14.00 & 15.15 Optional library tours
National Library of Scotland and Edinburgh University Centre for Research Collections

17:00   Welcome to the ASW

17:15   Copyright in the digital environment: challenges, scenarios and solutions
Claire Kidwell, Trinity Laban and Chris Scobie, British Library

18:15   Reception sponsored by IAML (UK & Irl) Exec and EBSCO

18:30   Dinner

19:30   News and Updates

20:00   Vaughan Williams letters: practical overview of a new database project funded by the Vaughan Williams Charitable Trust – history, challenges, scope
Katharine Hogg and Colin Coleman

20:45   Pathways, outputs and impacts: the 'Claimed from Stationers Hall' music project takes wings
Karen McAulay

Saturday 7th April 2018

09.00   News and Updates

09.30   The Hybrid Music Library: format resource preferences of music library users
Megan Dyson

10.00   Exhibitor presentations

10.30   The printed music of the Great Highland Bagpipe and its bibliographic control
James Beaton

11.00   Tea/coffee

11.15   Panel session – Music in special collections: collection management and description, enquiries, digitization and outreach – challenges and opportunities
Almut Boehme, National Library of Scotland
Katharine Hogg, Gerald Coke Handel Foundation
Elizabeth Quarmby-Lawrence, University of Edinburgh Library, Special Collections
Heather Roberts, Royal Northern College of Music

12.15   From General Reid to DCRM(M): cataloguing the printed music collections of Edinburgh University
Alastair Macdonald  and Elizabeth Quarmby-Lawrence, Reid library, University of Edinburgh

13.00   Lunch

14.00   IAML (UK & Irl) Annual General Meeting
C.B. Oldman prize and E.T. Bryant prize

15.00   Tea/coffee

15.30   Visit to St Cecilia’s Hall Musical Instrument Museum

19.30   Reception sponsored by Cramer Music

20.00   Annual Dinner

Sunday 8th April 2018

09.00   News and Updates

09.30   Practical approaches to small-scale digitization projects
Heather Roberts

10.00   The Lit & Phil: creating a living music library
James Smith

10.30   Tea/coffee

11.15   Quick Fire Round

12.15   Searching for the right feelings: emotional metadata in music
Diane Pennington

12.45   Conference wrap-up

13.00   Lunch

14.00   Conference closes