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(Fwd) UK Serials Group Annual Conference
- Date: Tue, 3 Nov 1998 11:36:57 +0100
- From: "Oliver Obst" <obsto _at__ uni-muenster.de>
- Subject: (Fwd) UK Serials Group Annual Conference
Dachte, dass koennte interessant (und noch nicht gepostet) sein.
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Send reply to: "Jill Tolson" <ji88 _at__ dial.pipex.com>
Date sent: Mon, 5 Oct 1998 10:44:10 +0100
Subject: UK Serials Group Annual Conference
From: "Jill Tolson" <ji88 _at__ dial.pipex.com>
To: <lis-medical _at__ mailbase.ac.uk>
*with apologies for cross-posting*
United Kingdom Serials Group:
- 22nd Annual Conference and Exhibition combined
with the 4th European Serials Conference
- 12-14 April 1999 at the University of Manchester
Institute of Science and Technology, UK
- Preliminary announcement:
The coming together of the 22nd Annual Conference of the
United Kingdom Serials Group and the 4th European Serials
Conference highlights the impact that electronic journals are
having on the international serials community: a breaking
down of barriers.
Publishers are seeking direct contact with libraries, libraries
are seeking to extend consortia activity beyond regional
and national boundaries and subscription agents and
secondary information services are collaborating in the
all-important area of linking.
Despite this seemingly cosy and collaborative atmosphere,
the barriers towards the universal adoption of electronic
journals are still significant. As well as the technical, legal
and environmental issues, partnerships are inhibited by
the fear that a partner one day will be a competitor the
Many of the papers in this first ever joint conference reflect
on barriers coming down or still to be overcome. A
progress report on the National Electronic Site Licence
Initiative, along with a report on consortia activity in Europe
draw on collaboration, whilst papers on electronic legal
deposit and digital archives generally are significant
reminders of barriers yet to be overcome.
The technical issues favouring remote or local access
to digital material are considered, as is the bewildering
array of pricing models currently being put forward by
publishers. Concurrent sessions ensure that there is
something for everyone, including case studies drawn
from the Corporate environment.
Supporting the main programme is a series of excellent
workshops, which seek to offer the opportunity to
exchange experience and obtain practical help on a
wide-range of issues, ranging from authentication, to
Internet search engines and the human impact of the
A major exhibition of the latest product offerings from
publishers, subscription agents, systems vendors and
other intermediaries will once again complement the
intellectual content of the plenary sessions and workshops,
and give delegates plenty of opportunity to view specific
products and services at first hand.
The full programme will be available shortly on the
UKSG Web site (www.uksg.org). A full residential
delegate place for UKSG members will be priced
at stlg 265 plus VAT [311.38].
For more detailed information as it becomes available,
please refer to the Web site mentioned above where
an online booking form will also be available.
Jill Tolson, UK Serials Group Business Manager,
114 Woodstock Road, Witney, OX8 6DY, UK
tel: +44 (0)1993 703466;
fax: +44 (0)1993 778879;
e-mail: uksg _at__ dial.pipex.com
Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.