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NASIG 10th Annual Conference

Serials to The Tenth Power: Tradition, Technology, and Transformation

June 1-4, 1995
Duke University
Durham, North Carolina

Conference Sessions

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Preconference Program

GOPHERS AND WEBS: A CYBER SAFARI
GENERAL SESSION

The Internet Information Delivery Revolution
Ann Ercelawn

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Gopher Gold and Gopher Gears: Using and Maintaining Gophers
Betty Landesman

Electronic Dream Catchers and Spinning Charlotte's Web: Using & Maintaining World Wide Web Services
Steve Oberg

NASIG TENTH ANNIVERSARY CONFERENCE PANEL
Tina Feick

Plenary Sessions

PLENARY SESSION I: APPROACHING THE PRECIPICE -- RE-ENGINEERING THE STRUCTURE OF THE SCHOLARLY INFORMATION UNIVERSE

From Serial Publications through Document Delivery to Knowledge Management: Our Fascinating Journey, Just Begun
Paul Evan Peters

The ACM Electronic Publishing Plan
Peter J. Denning

PLENARY SESSION II: COPYRIGHT CAMPS -- ELECTRONIC FAIR USE IN THE CROSSFIRE

Copyright in an Electronic Age: Making New Vintage from the Great Old Grapes
Gale Teaster-Woods

Whose Work Is It Anyway? Perspectives on the Stakeholders and Stakes on the Current Copyright Scene
Ann L. Okerson

PLENARY SESSION III: VISIONS FOR A NEW DECADE OF 21ST CENTURY SERIALS

The Transformation of a Nation: The Impact of Politics and the Potential of Technology on Information Access in South Africa
Dianne Leong Man

Security and Uses of the Internet
Steven M. Bellovin

Serials in the Networked Environment: Into the Future with Readers, Authors, and Publishers
Carroll N. Davis

Concurrent Sessions

CONCURRENT SET I: ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING -- HOT PROJECTS IN PROGRESS

PROJECTS SESSION 1

CAN: Scholarship for California on the Net
Rebecca Simon

Resources for Mathematicians: The Evolution of e-MATH
Ralph Youngen

PROJECTS SESSION 2

Electronic Journal Update: CJTCS
Janet H. Fisher

Developing an Electronic Journal: A John Wiley & Sons Project
Melissa Nasea

PROJECTS SESSION 3

Carnegie Mellon University and University Microfilms International, "Virtual Library Project"
Charles B. Lowry

Elsevier's Step Toward Full-Text Electronic Delivery
John Tagler

PROJECTS SESSION 4

Springer-Verlag's Electronic Projects
Beatrice McKay

CONCURRENT SET II: SERIALS AND SERIALISTS ON THE MOVE: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN THE ELECTRONIC AGE

SESSION 1: ROLES IN TRANSITION

The Alarmists vs. the Equilibrists: Re-examining the Role of the Serials Professional in the Information Age
Thomas W. Leonhardt

What If They Started Talking?: New Roles for Librarians and Staff in Change Management
David S. Goble
Kathleen Brown

SESSION 2: CONVERSATIONS WITH E-EDITORS

The Rhetoric of Serials at the Present Time
Eyal Amiran

Five Years of Bryn Mawr Classical Review
James J. O'Donnell

SESSION 3: CATALOGING ON THE EDGE: PROVIDING ACCESS TO REMOTE RESOURCES

Mr. Serials Re-Visits Cataloging: Cataloging Electronic Serials and Internet Resources
Eric Lease Morgan

U-R-Stars: Standards for Controlling Internet Resources
Priscilla Caplan

Workshops

WORKSHOP SET I

Trading Back Issues on the Internet
Joseph P. Hinger

New Technology and Traditional Resources
Sandy Gurshman

Cataloging Electronic Journals: The University of Virginia Experience
Mary Ellen Soper

Optimizing Serials Access in the On-line Catalog
Patricia M. Wallace

Truck and High-Tech: Document Delivery in the '90s
Gail Julian

Serials Interfaces: Planning and Implementation
Roger L. Presley

Preparing Tomorrow's Serial Leaders: Creating New Alliances Among Library Schools, Libraries, and Serial Professionals
Katy Ginanni

Change and the Impact on Serials Staff
Jay Harris

CONSER Live: A Conversation with CONSER Coordinator
Sally Sorensen

Making the Most of Electronic Journals -- Library and Secondary Publisher Perspectives
Judy Luther

WORKSHOP SET II

What's in it for Us?: Internet Use in Technical Services
Lauren Noel

Using the RFP Process to Select a Serials Vendor: A Work in Progress
Bill Willmaring

Cataloging Computer Files as Serials
Cathy Kellum

Training Aid in Cataloging Gopher Sites and Electronic Serials
Beverly Geer-Butler

Transformation in the Library Bindery Through Increased Preservation Awareness
Marilyn Fletcher

Automating Journal Use Studies: A Tale of Two Libraries
Karen Cargille

Scholarly Journals at the Crossroads
Rita Echt

Implementing Teams for Technical Services Functions
Cathy Tijerino

Changes to the Serial Item and Contribution Identifier and the Effects of those on Publishers and Librarians
Cindy Hepfer

If Publishers Perished, Just What Would Be Lost?
Barbara Woodford