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ASA Conference 2002 Electronic Journals: Solutions in Sight?
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- Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 23:47:14 EST
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Below is the programme of our annual conference which you may find of interest. Last year we were full up and to my regret had to turn some away. This year we have a silghtly bigger venue but book early to be safe... Full information, registration form etc from www.subscription-agents.org under the Conference button. Apologies for cross posting. Rollo Turner Secretary General Association of Subscription Agents and Intermediaries 10 Lime Avenue, High Wycombe, Bucks HP11 1DP,UK Tel +44 (0)1494 534778 www.subscription-agents.org Email email@example.com Electronic Journals - Solutions in Sight? BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 February 2002 10.30 Introduction and welcome Peter Lawson, Chairman ASA 10.45 How librarians use electronic journals The reality of electronic journals in an academic environment Tony Kidd, University of Glasgow Can electronic journals meet the needs of corporate users? Roger Brown, Manager Contracts and Licensing, GlaxoSmithKline 11.45 The researcher's perspective How researchers use e-journals - challenges and possible solutions Michael Ashburner, University of Cambridge Electronic journals as an educational tool Dr Karl Harrison, Dept of Chemistry, University of Oxford 12.45 LUNCH Chairman: Colin Harrison, Chief Executive, Everetts 2.00 Purchasing and access Consortium purchasing - will it work? A German experience Werner Reinhardt, University of Siegen and GASCO Traditional purchasing and new roles for the intermediary Ian Middleton, Ebsco 3.00 Licensing - cooperation not confrontation Licensing to maximise value for the end user. Jan Willem Dijkstra, Elsevier The channels to the market and selling through intermediaries Gertraud Griepke, Director LINK, Springer Verlag 4.00 TEA Can the intermediary make licensing simpler and more efficient? Terry Morrow, ingenta The customer's view Jill Taylor-Roe, University of Newcastle 5.30 RECEPTION drinks and canap�s Tuesday 26 February Chairman Peter Lawson, Chairman ASA 9.00.am Linking - the beginning of the solution? Developing added value through linking Yvonne Campfens, Swets Blackwell Providing integrated information - linking in the library Frances Boyle, Electronic Resource Co-ordinator, Oxford University Library services Meeting customer needs through linking Terry Hulbert, IOPP Identifiers are important too Albert W. Simmonds, Business Manager, OCLC Resolution Services 11.00 Coffee 11.30 Usage statistics New developments and emerging solutions? Richard Gedye, Journals Sales and Marketing Director, OUP 12.00 Where do we go from here? New initiatives from the library community Alicia Wise, JISC (an Eblida member) New initiatives from intermediaries Rollo Turner, ASA Association of Subscription Agents and Intermediaries 10 Lime Avenue, High Wycombe, Bucks HP11 1DP,UK Tel +44 (0)1494 534778 www.subscription-agents.org Email firstname.lastname@example.org