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NASIG 13th Annual Conference

Head In the Clouds, Feet On the Ground: Serials Vision and Common Sense

June 18-21, 1998
University of Colorado, Boulder
Boulder, Colorado

Conference Sessions

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Preconference Programs

Leading from Any Position: An Enneagram Workshop Preparing Leaders for the 21st Century

John Shannon and Becky Schreiber, Presenters

HTML FROM THE GROUND UP: SPINNING WEBS IN THE CLOUDS

HTML for Beginners (Technical Services Emphasis)
Mary I. Wilke, Presenter
Donnice Cochenour, Assistant

HTML for Beginners (Public Services Emphasis)
Beth Jane Toren, Presenter
Mike Randall and Sean Murphy, Assistants

Web Design--Effective and Aesthetic
Margi Mann, Presenter
Wendy Moore, Assistant

Graphics Animation
Yvonne W. Zhang, Presenter

Netscape vs. Internet Explorer
Robb Waltner, Presenter

Designing Pages with Frames
Yvonne W. Zhang, Presenter

Designing Interactive Forms
Stephanie Schmitt, Presenter

HTML Standards--History and Future
Margi Mann, Presenter

Imagemaps
Donnice Cochenour, Presenter

Web Editors: Means to an End
Robb Waltner, Presenter

Plenary Sessions

Internet Publishing Update: Assessing the Impact of Changes in Publishing Technology on Libraries
Mark Walter

Publishing in the New World
Patricia S. Schroeder

It's Personal, It's Digital and It's Serial: Trends that May Affect Higher Education, Publishing and Libraries
Ellen J. Waite-Franzen

Concurrent Sessions

How I Learned to Love Neodata
Marcia Tuttle
Chuck J. Vanstrom
Mark Earley

Consortial Acquisitions of Shared Electronic Journals
Adolfo Rodriquez, Presenter

COPING WITH THE DIGITAL SHIFT: ARCHIVING AND OTHER ISSUES TO CONSIDER

Archival Purpose and Responsibility
Lizabeth A. Wilson

Four of the Thorniest Issues
Andrea Keyhani

EMERGING TRENDS IN JOURNAL PUBLISHING

Emerging Trends in Journal Publishing
Liz Pope

STM X-REF: A Link Service for Publishers and Readers
Gerry Grenier

Scholarly Journals in the Electronic World
Peter Boyce

EVALUATING ONLINE RESOURCES: NOW THAT YOU'VE GOT THEM, WHAT DO YOU DO?

Measures of Cost Effectiveness in Electronic Resources
Chuck Hamaker

Statistical Measures of Usage of Web-Based Resources
Jim Mullins

Telecommunications and IT Infrastructure in the Delivery of Electronic Information
Christopher J. Duckenfield

You May Already Know the Answer
Janet Swan Hill

Meeting End User Needs in the Electronic Universe: A Dialogue
Trisha L. Davis
Richard G. Ham
Taissa Kusma

PRICING OF SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL AND MEDICAL (STM) PUBLICATIONS

Serials Pricing-An Agent's View: Trends and Characteristics of Higher Education Funding and STM Journal Pricing
Allen Powell

Electronic Publishing in Academia: An Economic Perspective
Malcolm Getz

Pricing Models: Past, Present, and Future?
David Stern

USING TEAMS TO EVALUATE AND IMPLEMENT NEW SERVICES FOR ELECTRONIC SERIALS

The Team Approach in Building Electronic Collections and Services
William J. Kara

Using Teams to Evaluate and Implement New Services for Electronic Serials
Nancy Gibbs

WHEN DISASTER STRIKES: FIRST STEPS IN DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

When Disaster Strikes: First Steps in Disaster Preparedness
Julie A. Page

When Disaster Strikes: A Case Study: Colorado State University Libraries, July 28, 1997
Diane Lunde

What if Gutenberg Had a T-1 Connection?
Joseph Janes
Lorrie LeJeune

Workshops

What Happened to the Serials Cataloger: Copy Cataloging of Serials
Sharon Wiles-Young and Linda Novak, Workshop Leaders

With Feet Planted Firmly in Mid-Air: Staff Training for Automation System Migration
Rick Ralston and Margaret A. Rioux, Workshop Leaders

Getting to the Summit: How Do You Get There From Here? A Climber's Guide to Consortium Formation
Margaret Hawthorn, Dean Fry, and Virginia Roy Workshop Leaders

Building an Electronic Journal Collection From the Ground Up
Susan H. Zappen and Jennifer Taxman, Workshop Leaders

The Development and Use of a Genre Statement for Electronic Journals
Jennifer Weintraub, Workshop Leader

Electronic Publishing: The HighWire Experience
Vicky Reich, Workshop Leader

Access to Government Serial Information in a Digital Environment
Louise Treff-Gangler and Marit S. MacArthur, Workshop Leaders

Successful Web Journals: The Wall Street Journal and The Chronicle of Higher Education: Two Live Case Studies
Neil Budde and Philip W. Semas, Workshop Leaders

The Real World of Integrating Electronic Resources into a Web OPAC
Christina E. Carter, Sever Bordeianu, and Nancy Dennis, Workshop Leaders

Digital Information: The Library Director as Collection Development Officer and Head of Technical Services
Kit Kennedy, Workshop Coordinator
Jane Hedberg and George Lupone, Workshop Leaders

Eeee!-Serials: Providing Access to Online Serials
Jennifer Edwards and Amanda Xu, Workshop Leaders

Turning Our World Upside Down: Will Technology Change Pricing?
Susan B. Hillson and Nancy H. Knight, Workshop Leaders

The Latest on Latest (Entry) and Other Hot News on Seriality
Jean Hirons, Workshop Leader

E-Journals, Kansas Style
Charlene N. Simser, Workshop Leader

Dear Abby, Dear Abbot: Practical Advice for the Serials World
Christa Easton, Tina Feick, and Laura Parker, Workshop Leaders
Jill Emery, Recorder

Law Libraries, Hospitals, Museums, Colleges and Government Offices All Sharing One Automation Project
Annamarie Erickson, Workshop Leader

EDIFACT Implementation: One Goal--Three Partners: Library, ILS Vendor and Subscription Agent
Friedemann Weigel, Cindy Miller, and Michael A. Somers, Workshop Leaders

"Barbarism is the Absence of Standards.": Applying Standards to Untangle the Electronic Jumble
Betty Landesmann and Beth Weston, Workshop Leaders

Build It So They Will Come: Blueprints for Successful Webpage Development
William Terry, Ellen Greenblatt, and Cynthia Hashert, Workshop Leaders

Do Holdings Have a Future?
Frieda B. Rosenberg, Workshop Leader