The European Library Automation Group, brings together once a year people involved in library automation in the leadingEuropean libraries and information centres. The organization counts 450 members in 27 countries all over Europe. Last years over 100 colleagues attended the seminars.

The meetings aim at in depth discussions of particular library automation topics and at the promotion of informal exchange ofideas and experience. The topics covered are technical and meant for participants with computing background.


Cataloguing the Romanian Cultural Heritage or yet another schema for heritage assets / Dan Matei (CIMEC Bucharest)
Conceptual models: museums & libraries: towards an object oriented formulation of FRBR aligned on the CIDOC CRM ontology / Maja Žumer (University of Ljubljana) Patrick Le Boeuf (National Library of France)
The Central University Library System and the Union Catalogue of the Romanian Academic Libraries / Voichiţa Dragomir (Bucharest)
Standards for networked knowledge organisation schemes / Ron Davies (Brussels)
Long-term electronic archiving as part of a digital library solution – an overview of products / Johan van Halm (Amersfoort)
The KB on its way to Web 2.0: Lower the barrier for users to remix the output of services / Theo van Veen (National Library of the Nederlands)
The Dutch National Repository of Cultural Heritage / Caroline van Wijk  (National Library of the Netherlands)
European digital repositories overview / Juha Hakala (The National Library of Finland)
La bibliothèque numérique européenne / Lucien Scotti (The National Library of France)
Creating an International Environment for Research in Library Materials / Adolf Knoll (National Library of the Czech Republic)
“The National Portal of Romanian Libraries” Project / Liviu-Iulian Dediu (Galaţi County Library)
Draft of the ELAG 2007 Meeting (Barcelona)