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'New Models and Opportunities'

14-16 April 1997 - University of Kent at Canterbury

Advance Programme (Timetable)

Monday 14 April 1997
10:30 - 12:30


12:30 - 13:30
13:45 - 15:30
Opening of the conference
Dr Pramode Verma
President of the ICCC

Plenary session with keynote speakers:

Session Chair: Dr Pramode Verma

Professor David Brailsford, Department of Computer Science, University of Nottingham, and Editor of the journal Electronic Publishing;
Dr Andrew Odlyzko, Research Mathematician, AT&T Research Labs, and author of Tragic Loss or Good Riddance? - The Demise of Traditional Scholarly Journals

15:30 - 1600
Track 1
Track 2
16:00 - 17:30Approaches to electronic publishing (1)
Session Chair: Professor David Brailsford

Dr Miles Ellis (University of Oxford, UK): "The role of electronic distribution and publishing in the development of international standards"

Paul Caton (Brown University, USA): "Putting Renaissance Women Online"

Electronic journals - technical factors
Session Chair: Dr Andrew Odlyzko

Dr Judith Wusteman (University of Kent at Canterbury, UK): "The evolving use of SGML in Electronic Journals"

S. Hitchcock, F. Quek*, L. Carr, W. Hall, I. Tarr* and A. Witbrock* (Southampton University; *Electronic Press Ltd, UK): "Linking Everything to Everything - Publishing Myth or Reality?"

19:00 - 19:30
Free time
19:30 - 21:30Semi-formal discussion session - Speakers: Paul Evans (Elsevier, UK), Jean-Claude Guedon (University de Montreal, Canada), Jerrold Peterson (University of Minnesota, USA), John Smith (University of Kent at Canterbury, UK). Reserve: Cliff McKnight (Loughborough University, UK)

Tuesday 15 April 1997
Track 1
Track 2
0900 - 10.30Approaches to electronic publishing (2)
Session Chair: Professor Jack Meadows

Dr J. Scott Bentley (Academic Press, USA): "The Image Directory, Electronic Publishing, and the Changing Socio-Economic Position of Art Museums "

Christine Dugdale (University of the West of England, UK): "Information spoon-feeding in an electronic environment"

Electronic journals - case studies
Session Chair: Fytton Rowland

W. Brian Whalley, Justin MacNeil, George Munroe, and Sheila Landy (The Queen's University of Belfast, UK): "Developing a flexible structure for a pure e-journal"

Dr Jim Whitman and David Pocock (University of Cambridge, UK): "A resource that contains a journal - the first two years of the Journal of Humanitarian Assistance"

Geoffrey Elliott, Simon Polovina, Grahame Rourke and Terry Tyrell (South Bank University, UK): "Breaking the barriers of resistance to electronic journal entry - experiences of BIToday"

10.30 - 11.00
11:00 - 12:30Electronic publishing and readers
Session Chair: Dr Cliff McKnight

Nathalie Pinede, and Lise Vieira (University of Bordeaux, France): "Electronic publishing - avatar or metamorphosis for information access of university publics"

John Buschman (Rider University Library, USA): "A Critical and Skeptical Overview of Electronic Publishing and Librarianship: Notes from the United States"

Technical specification (1)
Session Chair: Professor Dipak Khakhar

Lloyd Rutledge*, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Lynda Hardman*, Dick C.A. Bulterman*, Anton Eliens (*CWI; Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands): "Generic Hypermedia Structure and Presentation Specification"

Jaime Delgado, and Jose Jesus Acebron (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain): "Using Multimedia Document Communication Services on top of T.120 protocols"

12:30 - 13:30
14:00 - 15:30Virtual libraries
Session Chair: Dr Cliff McKnight

Taylor Fitchett (The University of Cincinnati College of Law Library, USA): "The Librarian's Role in Building the Virtual Library"

Arlene Moore Sievers (Case Western Reserve University, USA): "The new virtual library and serials - a kaleidoscope of options"

Technical specification (2)
Session Chair: Professor Dipak Khakhar

Anne Brueggemann-Klein and Stefan Hermann (Universitaet Muenchen, Germany): "Design by Example - a User-Centered Approach for the Specification of Document Layout"

Michael Breu (Research Institute for Applied Software Technology, FAST e.V., Germany); Anne Bruggemann-Klein, Cornelia Haber, and Ricarda Weber (TU Munich, Germany) : "The MeDoc Distributed Electronic Library - Accounting and Security Aspects"

15:30 - 1600
16:00 - 17:30Electronic services
Session Chair: John W T Smith

Paula Kingston (Loughborough University of Technology, UK): "Issues for libraries, publishers and subscription agents posed by the development of an electronic ‘short loan’ collection of high demand journal articles in a university library"

Line Poullet, Sylvie Calabretto, and Jean-Marie Pinon (INSA de Lyon, France): "A semantic model for information retrieval in documents - an experiment with patient medical records"

Electronic monitoring
Session Chair: Harry Rudin

Daniel Manchalla (Xerox Corporation, USA): "An intelligent arbitrator associate (IAA) for electronic commerce"

Nathalie Minard: (EURITIS, France)"CopySMART - a trusted monitoring system for electronic works and documents"

19:00 - 19:30
Pre-Dinner social
19:30 - 21:30
Conference Dinner

Wednesday 16 April 1997
Track 1
Track 2
0900 - 10.30Subscription agents
Session Chair: Dr Judith Wusteman

Albert Prior (Swets and Zeitlinger BV, UK): "Electronic intermediation - new challenges for the subscription agent"

Trisha Davis (Ohio State University Libraries, USA) and Susan Hillson (The Faxon Company, USA): "Roles in the new information age - the evolution of the superagent-library partnership"

Carryl Allardice (EBSCO Information Services, UK): "Information management in the information age"

Archives and electronic publishing
Session Chair: Harry Rudin

Ronald Tetreault (Dalhousie University, Canada): "Electrifying Wordsworth: Using SGML and HTML for dynamic collation"

Sylvie Calabretto and Jean-Marie Pinon (LISI-INSA de Lyon, France): "Modelling a Medieval Manuscript Database with HyTime"

10.30 - 11.00
11:00 - 12:30
Final plenary session

Session Chair: To be announced

Reviews of the two tracks by

Professor Jack Meadows


Fytton Rowland,

both of the Department of Information and Library Studies, Loughborough University

12:30 - 13:30

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