[Fwd: ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing '97]


Subject: [Fwd: ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing '97]
From: Emanuella Giavarra (ecup.secr@dial.pipex.com)
Date: la 14 joulu  1996 - 00:05:21 EET


>
> ICCC/IFIP CONFERENCE on ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING ‘97
> New Models and Opportunities
>
> 14-16 April 1997 - The University of Kent at Canterbury
>
> Advance Programme and Registration Form
>
> The ICCC (International Computer Communications Council) in
> conjunction with IFIP (International Federation for Information
> Processing) is pleased to announce a new conference on Electronic
> Publishing to be held at the University of Kent at Canterbury,
> 14-16 April 1997. The title of this year’s conference is
> Electronic Publishing - New Models and Opportunities. There will
> be two parallel streams: one on technical issues; and the other
> on socio-economic issues. There will also be plenary sessions
> for papers and discussions that cover the whole of electronic
> publishing.
>
> A major underlying theme of the conference is the promotion of an
> 'exchange of experience' between the participants - especially
> between academics researching in the area and publishers and
> others with practical experience. All papers have been refereed
> to ensure high quality.
>
> We are particularly pleased to welcome our two invited speakers:
> Professor David Brailsford, Department of Computer Science,
> University of Nottingham, and Editor of the journal Electronic
> Publishing; and Dr Andrew Odlyzko, AT&T Research Labs, and
> author of Tragic Loss or Good Riddance - The Demise of
> Traditional Scholarly Journals.
>
> Professor Jack Meadows of Loughborough University, Chairman of
> the Programme Committee, said of the conference "We intend that
> this conference be a stimulating experience, with a great deal
> of cross fertilisation of ideas. The combination of practical
> experience and the latest discoveries of academic research will
> undoubtedly lead to new models of academic and other publication
> in the near future."
>
> Advance programme
>
> Monday 14 April
>
> 1400 Opening of conference: Dr Pramode Verma, President, ICCC
>
> Plenary session with keynote speakers:
>
> Professor David Brailsford, Department of Computer Science,
> University of Nottingham, and Editor of the journal Electronic
> Publishing; and Dr Andrew Odlyzko, Research Mathematician, AT&T
> Research Labs, and author of Tragic Loss or Good Riddance? --
> The Demise of Traditional Scholarly Journals
>
> Track 1
>
> 1600 Approaches to electronic publishing (1)
>
> Dr Miles Ellis -- The role of electronic and publishing in the
> development of international standards
>
> Lisa Freeman -- Lessons from the scholarly publishing arena --
> why we still need publishers in the electronic age
>
> Track 2
>
> 1600 Electronic journals -- technical factors
>
> Dr Judith Wusteman -- The evolving use of SGML in electronic
> journals
>
> Steve Hitchcock -- Linking everything to everything -- publishing
> myth or reality?
>
> Tuesday 15 April
>
> Track 1
>
> 0900 Approaches to electronic publishing (2)
>
> Dr J. Scott Bentley -- The Image Directory, electronic publishing,
> and the changing socioeconomic position of art museums
>
> Christine Dugdale -- Information spoon-feeding in an electronic
> environment
>
> Track 2
>
> 0900 Electronic journals -- case studies
>
> Professor Brian Whalley -- Developing a flexible structure for a
> pure e-journal
>
> Dr Jim Whitman -- A resource that contains a journal -- the first
> two years of the Journal of Humanitarian Assistance
>
> Geoffrey Elliott -- Breaking the barriers of resistance to
> electronic journal entry -- experiences of BIToday
>
> Track 1
>
> 1100 Electronic publishing and readers
>
> Nathalie Pinede -- Electronic publishing -- avatar or metamorphosis
> for information access of university publics
>
> John Buschman -- The challenges of electronic publishing -- a
> critical and skeptical review
>
> Track 2
>
> 1100 Technical specification (1)
>
> Jacco van Ossenbruggen -- Stylesheet support for structured
> hypermedia documents
>
> Jaime Delgado -- Using multimedia document communication
> services on top of T-120 protocols
>
> Track 1
>
> 1400 Virtual libraries
>
> Taylor Fitchett -- The librarian's role in building the virtual
> library
>
> Arlene Moore Sievers -- The new virtual library and serials --
> a kaleidoscope of options
>
> Track 2
>
> 1400 Technical specification (2)
>
> Anna Bruggemann-Klein -- Design by example -- a user-centered
> approach for the specification of document layout
>
> Michael Breu -- The McDoc distributed electronic library --
> accounting and security aspects
>
> Track 1
>
> 1600 Electronic services
>
> Paula Kingston -- 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 -- A semantic model for information retrieval in
> documents -- an experiment with patient medical records
>
> Track 2
>
> 1600 Electronic monitoring
>
> Daniel Manchalla -- An intelligent arbitrator associate (IAA) for
> electronic commerce
>
> Nathalie Minard -- CopySMART -- a trusted monitoring system for
> electronic works and documents
>
> Wednesday 16 April
>
> Track 1
>
> 0900 Subscription agents
>
> Albert Prior -- Electronic intermediation -- new challenges for
> the subscription agent
>
> Susan Hillson -- Roles in the new information age -- the evolution
> of the superagent-library partnership
>
> Carryl Allardyce -- Information management in the information age
>
> Track 2
>
> 0900 Archives and electronic publishing
>
> Agata Brusegan -- The VENetIan virtual archive project -- cultural
> heritage and online publishing
>
> Sylvie Calabretto -- Modelling a medieval manuscript database
> with HyTime
>
> 1100 Final plenary session
>
> Reviews of the two channels by Professor Jack Meadows and Fytton
> Rowland, both of the Department of Information and Library Studies,
> Loughborough University
> _
> _________________________________________________________________
>
> ICCC/IFIP ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING CONFERENCE, 14-16 April 1997
> University of Kent at Canterbury
>
> REGISTRATION FORM
>
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