Conference Announcement - LIST 97


Subject: Conference Announcement - LIST 97
From: Emanuella Giavarra (ecup.secr@dial.pipex.com)
Date: to 10 heinš† 1997 - 13:33:15 EEST


Apologies for cross posting
 
                  LIST' 97 LIBRARY & INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
          University of Hertfordshire Fielder Centre 9 - 11 September
 
                  in conjunction with Libtech International 97
 
Are you:
 
         an Information Services Director, a Chief Librarian,
         an Information Manager, a Corporate Information Provider
                         or an IT director?
 
LIST '97 is a major new 3 day Library and Information Sector Conference
jointly organised by Infologistix and the University of Hertfordshire.
 
The conference is aimed at strategic decision makers who will be
deciding or influencing investment decisions or managing major library
or information services over the next few years.
 
Leading speakers from the LIS Sector will cover the two main conference
themes of `Networking the Next Millennium's Libraries' and `Digital
Information Systems and Highways'
 
Confirmed speakers include Margaret Haines (LIC), Prof Charles Oppenheim
(de Montfort University), Prof Bruce Royan (SCRAN), Bela Hatvany
(SilverPlatter)and Hilary Hammond (Norfolk County County - Millennium
Library Project)

For further details please visit our website on
http://www.infologistix.co.uk/infologistix/list97.htm

Price details and a booking form follow the programme.
 
PROGRAMME
 
Day 1 (9 September 1997) Stream A - LIBRARIES & THE INFORMATION SOCIETY

09:00 Registration Tea and Coffee
10:00 Opening Plenary Session
 
10:45 The Role of Libraries in the Information Society - European
Commission
11:30 Information is Everybody's Business - Neil Sandford, UK Multimedia
Special Interest Group
12:15 Virtual v Regional Libraries & Support Centres - Irene Wormell,
Royal School of Librarianship, Copenhagen

13:00 Lunch
 
14:15 The Information Society Vision
15:00 The Cable Revolution - will it happen to libraries?
 
15:45 Break
 
16:05 The Learning Organisation
16:50 Speakers' Forum
 
Day 1 (9 September 1997) Stream B - INTRANETS AND INTERNET
 
09:00 Registration Tea and Coffee
10:00 Opening Plenary Session
 
10:45 NHSNet - the NHS Executive
11:30 Man and Superjanet - UKERNA (to be confirmed)
12:15 TEN34, a European Research Network - UKERNA (to be confirmed)
 
13:00 Lunch
 
14:15 An Intranet: all problems solved!! - Janet Knill, Powys County
Council
15:00 Linking Intranets to the Internet; Management and Security Issues
 
15:45 Break
 
16:05 Document Management and Intranets - Mike de Smith, AXL Business
Solutions
16:50 Speakers' Forum

Day 2 (10 September 1997) Stream A - THE FUTURE OF LIBRARIES AND
INFORMATION CENTRES

09:30 Case Study: The Los Angeles Concept - David Jensen (to be
confirmed)
10:15 Case Study: IT Point - Sheila Levett, Solihull Libraries

11:20 The Networked Millennium Library - Hilary Hammond, Norfolk County
Council
12:05 Open Forum

13:00 Lunch
 
14:15 Defining the Future Library
15:00 Corporate Information Centre: Hub or Cupboard?
 
16:05 After the Millennium Bid; the Vision of the LIC - Margaret Haines,
LIC
16:50 Speakers' Forum
 
Day 2 (10 September 1997) Stream B - THE DIGITAL LIBRARY
 
09:30 The eLib Project
10:50 Purchasing Electronic Information; CHEST and the HE Market - Nigel
Lodge, CHEST
 
11:20 Electronic Document Delivery; the Cranfield BIODOC Project - John
Harrington, Cranfield University
12:05 Speakers' Forum
 
Day 3 (11 September 1997) Stream A - INTEGRATING INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
SYSTEMS
 
09:30 Next Generation Systems - Alan Britton, DS Ltd
10:15 New Technological Horizons and Opportunities for the LIS

11:20 Vertical Integration; Links with the supply chain - Tony Hall,
BLCMP (to be confirmed)
12:05 Horizontal Integration: Virtual OPAC's - Shirley Cousins, COPAC
 
13:00 Lunch
 
14:15 Software Vendor Strategies
15:00 Standards in a Digital World: Z39.50, HTML, Java: do they really
work
 
16:05 Key Issues for the Information Industry Suppliers and Customers -
Bela Hatvany, SilverPlatter

Day 3 (11 September 1997) Stream B - COMMERCIAL & LEGAL ISSUES
 
09:30 Intellectual Property Rights; Who owns what and for how long? -
Charles Oppenheim, de Montfort University
10:15 Licensing Network Access: Implications for commercial publishers
 
11:20 Electronic & Paper Copyright Issues - Jeremy Phillips, Slaughter &
May
12:05 Customised News Delivery - Reuters (to be confirmed)
 
13:00 Lunch
 
14:15 Pilot Site Licence Initiative - Colin Harris, HEFCE (to be
confirmed)
15:00 Whose Law Governs the Internet - Laurie Kaye, Simkins
 
16:05 Key Issues for the Information Industry Suppliers and Customers -
Bela Hatvany, SilverPlatter

* Delegates are welcome to combine sessions from different streams.
 
If you wish to attend, please complete the following booking form and
email to Louise Smith at info@infologistix.co.uk

BOOKING FORM

Name:.................................................
 
Job Title:............................................
 
Organisation:.........................................
 
Address:..............................................
 
Tel:..................................................
 
Fax:..................................................
 
Email:................................................
 
DELEGATE COSTS
 
3 Day attendance £425
2 Day attendance £305
1 Day attendance £155
Half day £80
 
I wish to attend:
*Day 1
*Day 2
*Day 3
*Half day (please specify which day/s)
 
*Please Invoice my Organisation
*Cheque made payable to Infologistix Ltd to follow
 
*please delete as appropriate.
 
LIST 97
Infologistix Ltd
GPT Business Park
Beeston
Nottingham
NG9 2ND
 
tel: 0115 967 7706
fax: 0115 967 8334



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