ICCC/IFIP CONFERENCE on ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING 97


Subject: ICCC/IFIP CONFERENCE on ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING 97
From: Fytton Rowland (J.F.Rowland@lboro.ac.uk )
Date: pe 10 tammi  1997 - 19:10:52 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."

Further information is available at the conference's WWW site,
http://www.ukc.ac.uk/library/ICCC/index.html

                         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 MeDoc 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
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ICCC/IFIP ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING CONFERENCE, 14-16 April 1997
          University of Kent at Canterbury

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