ICOLC Fall 2006 (8th European Meeting)
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Wednesday, 11th October 2006

18:00-21:00 Registration and Welcome Cocktail  

Thursday, 12th October 2006

8:00-8:30 Registration
8:30-8:40 Welcome
8:40-10:30

Session 1. The Changing economics of publishing. Emerging economies (Part I)

Chair: Arnold J.H.A Verhagen. UKB, the Netherlands
Dan Penny, Electronic Publishing Services, Analyst  Global Information - Digital Threats and Opportunities
Paul Evans, Senior Vice President, International Publishing Development - Elsevier The impact of science in Asia (especially China) on the further globalisation of related information flows. A publisher's view
Syun Tutiya, University Librarian. Chiba University Lots of ambivalences: journal publishing in Asia from  Japanese library's viewpoint
Long Xiao, Deputy Director, Peking University Library  Journal publishing in Asia from a Chinese library's viewpoint
10:30-10:50 Coffee and Refreshments
10:50-11:50

Session 1. The Changing economics of publishing. Shifting publications (part II)

Chair:  Claudine Xenodou- Dervos, Heal-link, Greece
Ian Russell, Executive Director, ALPSP   When a Society changes Publisher
Emily Gilligham,   Transfer-Uk Serials Group UKSG Project Transfer: report on progress and challenges 
Session 1, part II:  Current reference literature
11:55-12:50

Vendors grill 1

Chair: Lisa Moske. California State University, SEIR
Adam Chesler. Assistant Director. Sales and  Library Relations
Andrew Pitts. International Account Manager
ACS
Paul Peters, European Market Manager, CAS
John Martin,  Academic Market Manager, CAS
 Sci-Finder Scholar 
12:50-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:45

Session 2.  Measuring use and services

Chair: Hazel Woodward, University of Cranfield, UK
Oliver Pesch, Chief  Strategist, E-resources and Management Services- EBSCO Information Services and NISO SUSHI Working Group   SUSHI:  an overview and update on the Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative
Jose Fernandes. Member of the FCCN Board of Directors  JURO4C: Online Usage Reports for Consortia
 Faye Abrams, OCUL Projects Officer   MINES™  for libraries  and the Assessment of  the Ontario Council of University Libraries' Ejournals@Scholars Portal
Bulent Karasozen, Middle East Technical University
Ayhan Kaygusuz, Istanbul Technical University
Patterns of Electronic Journal Usage within Anatolian University Library Consortium
Nunzio Femminò, Università di Messina
Benedetta Alosi,
Università di Messina
Ugo Contino, CASPUR
The Impact of Digital Library Service on Scientific Production of a Media Sized University: The University of Messina's Experience
Arja Tuuliniemi. The National Library of Finland/ FinElib  Outcomes of a National Consortium
Session 2:  Current reference literature
15:45-16:10 Coffee and Refreshments
16:10-16:50

Session 3.  Consortia Business (Part I)

Chair: Lluis Anglada. CBUC, Spain
Atilio Bustos Gonzales, Director of Sistema de Biblioteca Pontificia Universitat Catòlica de Valparaìso The SciELO Project: the vision of a publisher  [could not attend the conference]
Elenara Chaves Edler de Almeida, Director of Programmes, Capes Access to Eletronic Journals: Policies, Strategies and Programmes. The Brazilian Experience
Jeff Gima. AMICAL Coordinator
Karen Boher. AMICAL Coordinator
AMICAL an International Consortium of American-Model Universities and their libraries
17:00 Departure-visit to Biblioteca Angelica

Friday, 13th October 2006

8:30-11:00

Session 4.  Preservation and Access

Chair: Tommaso Giordano, IUE, Italy and Paola Gargiulo. CASPUR, Italy
Tommaso Giordano, Deputy Library, Director, IUE
Survey on Archiving and Long Term Presernvation :  a View from the Consortium Side
 Ann Okerson, NERL Coordinator CLIR Survey on the E-Journal Preservation Landscape
Bruce Heterick Director of Library Relations, Portico, JSTOR, ARTstor An Overview of the PORTICO Archiving Service
Peter Burnhill.  Director, Edina & Head, Data Library, University of Edinburgh Data Library CLOCKSS, LOCKSS  and Barrels of Stuff:  Libraries and Publishers share the Task 
Helen Hockx-Yu, Programme Manager, JISC Office Archiving and Preserving Electronic Journals: UK LOCKSS pilot programme
Thomas Wollschagler, Digital Preservation Officer and Workflow Manager. German National Library KOPAL -  a Co-operative  Approach  to develop a  Long-Term Digital Information Archive 
Session 4:  Current reference literature
11:00-11:20 Coffee and Refreshments
11:20-12:50

Session 5.  Licensing Evolution and Business Models

Chair:  Ann Okerson. NERL  Coordinator, USA
Lorraine Estelle. JISC Collection Team Manager Licensing Terms and Conditions: Affecting Access and Challenges for education and research
Paul Harwood. Director, Content Complete Next Year's Model?- online journal business models on trial
Tony KiddAssistant Director, Financial & Corporate Services, Glasgow University Library Next Year's Model? - a provisional library view
Session 5:  Current reference literature
12:50-14:00 Lunch
14:30-17:00

Break out Session

Chair: Arnold J.H.A Verhagen. UKB, the Netherlands
14:00-14.15  Organization and Opening of the Session
14.15- 14.55 First Session
14:55-15:10 Coffee and Refreshments
15.10-15.50 Second Session
15.50 -16.05 Break
16:05-16.50 Wrap-up session. A report from each group summarizing the results of the discussion
16.50- 17.05 Break
17:05-18:30

Vendors Grill 2


Chair: Lisa Moske. California State University, SEIR
Ted Koppel. Product Manager, Ex Libris VERDE - Electronic Resources Managament
Cristina Blanco-Sancho. Strategic Mmarketing Manager, ProQuest Information and Learning
Consortia & ERM : A Vision for Serials Solution ERMS
19:00 Departure for the Centre of Rome
21:00 Gala dinner

Saturday, 14th October

8:45-9:45

Session 6.  Policies for Access

Chair: Alberto Sdralevich. President CRUI-CARE, Italy
Françoise Vandooren. Library Head Office. Université libre de Bruxelles
Victor Ginsburgh. Professor, ECARES (European Centre for Advanced Research in Economics and Statistics). Université libre de Bruxelles.
Study on the economic and technical evolution of the scientific markets in Europe
Celina Ramjouè. European Commission, Research Directorate-General. Science and Society Directorate-Scientific advice and governance unit. The scientific publication system: a key issue for Eu Research Policy
Session 6:  Current reference literature
9:45-10:40

Session 7.  Mass digitization

Chair: Tom Sanville. OhioLink, USA
Mark Stuart Sandler.  Director, Center for Library Initiatives Committee on Institutional Cooperation In the Beginning there was Google: library collaboration after creation
Warren Holder. Electronic Resource Co-ordinator, University of Toronto Libraries  Open Content Alliance Initiative: Building a Digital Archive of Global Content for Universal Access
Session 7:  Current reference literature
10:40-11:00 Coffee and Refreshments
11:00-11:45

Session 8. Resource Sharing

Chair: Ellis Sada, Università Cattolica- Milano, Italy
Dan Iddings. Executive Director, PALCI  The Future of Library Resource Sharing
Monika Cremer. Coordinator of Acquisition and Cataloguing. Nds. Stasts- und UniversitatsBibliothek,  Gottingen National Licences in Germany: the New Promotion of Online Products for Study and Research
Bo Öhrström. Deputy Director,  Danish Library Authority Knowledge Exchange Cooperation among JISC, SURF,  DFG and DEFF
Session 8:  Current reference literature
11:50-12:45

Session 9. Consortia Business (Part II)

Chair:  Mary Joan Crowley, Università di Roma La Sapienza, Italy 
Rick Burke. Executive Director, SCELC SCELC internal operational database
Kristiina Hormia - Poutanen. Head National Electronic Library Services. FinElib How to guarantee customer satisfaction in consortium environment
Jan Andrzej Nikisch. President of the Board, Poznán Foundation of Scientific Libraries eIFL.net - 5 years of growth. Isn't it enough?
12:45-13:15

Internal ICOLC affairs and closing

13:15 Lunch

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