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IFLA Satellite Meeting No. 17: Open Access



Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 14:22:23 +0100
From: "GEDYE, Richard" <richard.gedye@oupjournals.org>
Subject: IFLA Satellite meeting No 17: Open access: the option for the future? Saturday 13th August 2005
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 11:48:01 +0100

IFLA Satellite meeting No 17.
Open access: the option for the future!?

Date: Saturday 13th August 2005 from 10 am to 4.30 pm

Place: Norway, Oslo, Rikshospitalet University Hospital

www.ub.uio.no/ifla/IFLA_open_access/index.htm

The meeting is organized by: IFLA section of Health and Biosciences
Libraries and IFLA section of Science and Technology Libraries

Co-sponsors:

EAHIL (European Association of Health Information and Libraries) MLA
(Medical Library Association) SMH (Norwegian Library Association, Section
for Medicine and Health Sciences) UK HLG (UK Health Libraries Group)
University of Oslo Library, Library of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Conference fee: The seminar will be free of charge and open to everyone.
Fee for lunch, coffee and reception: 200 Norwegian Crowns (equal to 35USD
or 25 Euro). The fee must be paid in cash and in Norwegian Crowns.  
Participants will get a receipt.

Registration: Registration is compulsory. See: 
www.ub.uio.no/ifla/IFLA_open_access/index.htm
Cancellation: If you have to cancel, please contact us by e-mail: 
uhm@ub.uio.no immediately so we can make room for another participant.
No of participants: Maximum 400 participants so it is vital to register early.

Contact:  p.a.jakobsson@ub.uio.no

Programme

09.00 -10.00 Registration and payment for lunch, coffee and reception
                      Coffee will be served

10.00 12.00 Chair: Bruce Madge, IFLA Health and Biosciences libraries
Section

- Fulfilling the Promise of Scholarly Communication: Can Open Access
Deliver? - David C Prosser, SPARC Europe

- Archiving NIH Research Results in PubMed Central - Sheldon Kotzin,
National Library of Medicine, U.S.A.

- The CERN publication policy and the measures taken - Jens Vigen, CERN
Scientific Information Service, Switzerland

- Research institutions supporting Open Access: the CNRS example . Herbert
Gruttemeier, INIST-CNRS, France

12.00 13.00 Light lunch

13.00 - 14.30 Chair: Julia Gelfand, IFLA Science and Technology Libraries
Section

- The technology is mature, is it our turn now? - Tony McSean, Library
Relations, Elsevier.

- Oxford Journals Open Access experiments: an interim report - Richard
Gedye, Oxford University Press.

- New trends in scholarly communication: how Authors are considering Open
Access in the different research communities - Valentina Comba &
Marialaura Vignocchi, University of Bologna - Italy.

14.30 - 15.00 Coffee break

15.00 - 16.30 Chair: Arne Jakobsson, University of Oslo Library, Library
of Medicine and Health Sciences

- Does national access to e-publications make a difference? The Icelandic
experience. - Solveig Thorsteinsdottir, Medical and Health Information
Centre, Reykjav´┐Ż Iceland

- Scholarly Communication: Future Perspectives Institutional Repositories
- a brave new world? Paul Ayris, University College, London, UK

- Closing remarks from Norwegian Council for Higher Education. Library
Committee.

- Closing remarks Bruce Madge, Chair of IFLA Health and Biosciences
libraries Section.

- Closing remarks Julia Gelfand, Chair of IFLA Science and Technology
Libraries section

16.30 Closing reception at University of Oslo Library, Library of Medicine
and Health Sciences, Rikshospitalet

Welcome!

Bruce Madge, Chair of IFLA Health and Biosciences Libraries Section Julia
Gelfand, Chair of IFLA Science and Technology Libraries Section Arne
Jakobsson, University of Oslo Library, Library of Medicine and Health
Sciences

Arne Jakobsson
University of Oslo Library
Library of Medicine and Health Sciences
Postboks 1113, Blindern
N-0317 Norway
Phone +47 23 07 44 34
Fax +47 23 07 44 30
E-mail: p.a.jakobsson@ub.uio.no