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IFLA - Workshop on Consortia (#83)
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- From: Ann Okerson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 10 Aug 1998 22:36:31 -0400 (EDT)
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Several readers have written me to ask if the IFLA workshop on consortia ("New Markets"), sponsored by the Section on Acquistion and Collection Development, will feature papers to be published and I've responded that these are informal presentations with handouts -- there will be no published papers. However, I've just finished preparing the handouts and shipping them to Amsterdam -- and although the information in them is mostly here and there on the web, there is some added value in the grouping of this information for the workshop. Thus, if the IFLA gang would like to post these to www.ifla.org, I would be happy to send them along as electronic files. Also, after the IFLA conference, I'll post the handouts to the LIBLICENSE web site (http://www.library.yale.edu/~llicense). And more: if anyone who is going to attend the workshop would like to take good notes and write up a report, we have an interested publisher for this. Please declare yourselves to me either now by email or at the workshop. Ann.Okerson@yale.edu Finally: Marjorie Bloss, the Section Chair, writes me that she has already received 25 registrations for the workshop. This means that it's 1/3 filled but also that there is a lot of room left. Be sure to sign up once you arrive at IFLA registration. Ann Okerson, Member IFLA Section on Acquistion and Collection Development Ann.Okerson@yale.edu
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