- Jan Pisanski, Maja Zumer (University of Ljubljana) and Trond Aalberg (NTNU, Norway – picture). Frbrisation: towards a bright future for National Bibliographies.
- Kirsten Leth Nielsen (Oslo Public Library). Join us for a journey through Islamic Art.
- Vigdis Moe Skarstein (Norwegian National Library). Strategies for a Digital National Library.
- Arne Kyrkjebø (Norwegian Library for Talking Books and Braille). Using new technology to improve existing services a the Norwegian National Library: collaboration between the Norwegian Library for Talking Books and Braille (NLB) and the Norwegian National Library (NB).
- Torny Kjekstad (Bærum Public Library) will chair the plenary session Culture and art in the world, in Italy and particularly in Milan – with Carla Fracci (Director, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma) as speaker
- Trine Kolderup Flaten (Bergen Public Library) will chair the session Digital Library content: what users want and how they use it – where professor Einar Røttingen (University of Bergen, The Grieg Academy Department of Music) is one of the speakers
- Joan Mitchell, Ingebjørg Rype (Norwegian National Library), Magdalena Svanberg. Mixed Translations of the DDC: Design, Usability, and Implications for Knowledge Organization in Multilingual Environments.
- Classification and Indexing Section: Looking at the Past and Preparing for the Future
- Kirsten Leth Nielsen (Oslo Public Library), The IFLA Multicultural Library Manifesto – A Tool for Creating Global Understanding.
- IFLA Library Services to Multicultural Populations Section: Libraries and society. A pan-mediterranean perspective.
- Anne Marit Godal (Books for everyone, Oslo). Books for everyone
- People, Public Libraries, Publishers. Better Library Services for Print Disabled Persons through Partnerships with Publishers and Public Libraries.
- Ane Landøy (University of Bergen) and Maria G. N. Musoke (Makerere University). Skills acquired and passed on: the collaboration between the University of Bergen and Makerere University libraries and their new partners in the North and South.
- IFLA LIS Education in Developing Countries Discussion Group / IFLA Division for Regional Activities: LIS education in developing countries pre-conference.
- Lene Bertheussen (UBiT) og Almuth Gastinger (UBiT). How to get involved: Reflections from a new and a more experienced professional”
- Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning Section withNew Professionals Special Interest Group: Moving in, moving up, and moving on: strategies for regenerating the library & information profession”.
Two of the satellites have several Norwegian contributions:
- IFLA Library and Research Services for Parliaments Section: Digital information for democracy: management, access and preservation
- Gro Sandgrind (Library of the Norwegian Parliament, Chair of the Section). Activities of the IFLA Section on Library and Research Services for Parliaments. ,
- Andy Richardson, Gro Sandgrind. Presentation of the Guidelines for Parliamentary Websites
- Nina T. Svendsen (Library of the Norwegian Parliament). 24/7 Library
- Jarle Skjørestad (Consultancy Section of the Norwegian Parliament). EU/EEA background documentation for MPs
- Northumbria University with the IFLA Statistics and Evaluation Section. Libraries Plus: Adding value in the cultural community: the 8th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services
- Bente Saxrud (Norwegian School of Management, Oslo) et al. (= Sølvi Løchen, Else-Margrethe Bredland, Marte Sørensen, Torill Redse). Counting makes sense: national indicators for Norwegian libraries
- Jannicke Røgler (Buskerud County Library). Less is more …: Turnover rates and professional debate in Norway
- Tord Høivik (Oslo University College). How to win friends and influence decisions. A statistical framework for analysing public libraries
- Tord Høivik. Private lives and public libraries. A quantitative approach to the study of user behaviour
Corrections are welcome.