Conference Archives > 1997


NASIG 12th Annual Conference

Experimentation and Collaboration:
Creating Serials for a New Millennium

May 29-June 1, 1997
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, Michigan
 

Conference Sessions

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Preconference Programs

PRECONFERENCE 1:
BACK TO BASICS: THE SERIALS ACQUISITIONS ELEMENTS

Rita Echt, Marcia Tuttle and Philip E.N. Greene, workshop leaders

PRECONFERENCE 2:
MAXIMIZING THE WEB FOR SERIALISTS: NEW TOOLS FOR A NEW MILLENNIUM

Track 1: What's It All About? Integrating the Web into the Serials Chain
Wendy Moore and Maggie Rioux, workshop leaders

Track 2: Using the Web for the Public
Michelle Collins Flinchbaugh and Robb Waltner, workshop leaders

Track 3: Using the Web in the Back Room
Donnice Cochenour and Betty Landesman, workshop leaders

Track 4: Current Tools/Emerging Technologies for Advanced Web Authors: CGI, Java, Stylesheets, and More
Steve Oberg and Stephanie Schmitt, workshop leaders

Plenary Sessions

PLENARY SESSION I: STRATEGIES AND CHALLENGES FOR DIGITAL LIBRARIES

The Evolving Market For Libraries: Lessons From The Cereal Industry
Wendy P. Lougee

PLENARY SESSION II

Scholarship in the 21st Century: Surviving the Next Millennium
Dan Tonkery

PLENARY SESSION III

Jam Tomorrow, Jam Yesterday, But Never Jam Today: Some Modest Proposals for Venturing Through the Looking-Glass of Scholarly Communication
Arnold Hirshon

Project Sessions

SESSION 1: Initiatives in Internet Cataloging

Cataloging Internet Resources: An Assessment and Prospectus
Erik Jul

SESSION 2: Innovations in Journal Access

Full-Text Delivery: The Core Journals Project
Beth Forrest Warner

SESSION 3: Building a National Electronic Collection for Long Term Access
Nancy Brodie

SESSION 4: A Method Out of the Madness: OhioLINK's Collaborative Response to the Serials Crisis
Thomas J. Sanville and Barbara A. Winters

SESSION 5: New Ways of Working Together
Gary M. Olson

Issues Sessions

SESSION 1: CONSER GOES OUT ON A LIMB

The Interim Guidelines for Online Versions
Jean Hirons

G.P.O. and the Interim Guidelines
Thomas A. Downing

Cataloging E-Journals at the University of Texas at Austin: A Brief Overview
Jim Holmes

Can I Get It or Not?: A Public Services View of Cataloging Electronic Journals (Contains graphics, 540K)
Thomas C. Burnett and Linda K. TerHaar

SESSION 2: ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING: BETWEEN TWO POLES

The Library's View
Daniel H. Jones

The Publisher's View
Vicky Reich

SESSION 3: ECONOMIC ISSUES IN DOCUMENT DELIVERY: ACCESS VERSUS OWNERSHIP AND LIBRARY CONSORTIA
Bruce R. Kingma

SESSION 4: THE ELECTRONIC ARCHIVE: TWO VIEWS

Creating an Electronic Archive: Who Should Do It and Why?
Andrea Keyhani

The Electronic Archive: The Publisher's View
John Tagler

SESSION 5: STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS AND THE "NEW" SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY: HOPES AND DREAMS FOR THE NEXT MILLENNIUM
Adrian Alexander

SESSION 6: UNDERSTANDING LICENSE AGREEMENTS FOR ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS
Trisha L. Davis and John J. Reilly

Workshops

Using ProQuest Statistics as an Aid in Collection Development
Rosalee McReynolds, workshop leader

Outsourcing Continuations Services: Issues and Implications
Dana Walker, workshop leader

The Accidental Trainer: Techniques in Technical Training
Cathy Kellum, workshop leader

Managing Electronic Journals in Times of Change
Julie Rabine and Linda Rich, workshop leaders

We've Heard the Drumbeat for Years--When Will We See the Parade? The Impact of Integrated Systems on Serials Control and Public Services for Serials
Donna P. Lively and Bruce Compton, workshop leaders

The Serials Librarian and Accreditation
Donna K. Cohen, workshop leader

Partnering in a Changing Medium: The Challenges of Managing and Delivering E-Journals
Sharon Cline McKay, James P. Mouw, and Taissa Kusma, workshop leaders
Sandra H. Hurd, moderator

"Full-Text" Access Evaluation: Are We Getting the REAL Thing?
Laurie A. Preston and Corinne M. Ebbs, workshop leaders

Newspapers: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Lise Hedin and Margaret Mering, workshop leaders

Creativity in Serials Cataloging: Heresy or Necessity
Wendy Baia and Kevin M. Randall, workshop leaders

Fitting Preservation into Your Life: Preservation Basics for Serialists
Jane Hedberg and Jeanne Drewes, workshop leaders

"Mockingbird"--UTK's Prototype Consolidated Serials Information Database
Kathryn D. Ellis and Alice Duhon Mancini, workshop leaders

Creating Subscription Agent/Client Relationships in the Emerging Serials Environment
Sandy Barstow and Barbara Woodford, workshop leaders

The Web: A Means of Delivering and Publishing Serials with an Examination of Copyright Issues
Vicki L. Gregory, Anna H. Perrault, and David Whitemarsh, workshop leaders

Planning and Budgeting the Transition to a Digital Tomorrow
Joanne Martinez and Karen Liston Newsome, workshop leaders

Happily Ever After? Motivating Staff in Times of Change
Josephine Williamson, workshop leader

Developing Meaningful Statistics
Steve Savage, workshop leader

Merger, Reorganization and Technology Meet Technical Services
Sharon Wiles-Young and Judy McNally, workshop leaders

Cataloging Electronic Serials
Les Hawkins and Steve Shadle, workshop leaders

What's Next? An Exploration of the Next Phase in Access to Electronic Information
Vincent Cassidy, Chrysanne Lowe, and Edward Pentz, workshop leaders

From Specialists to Generalists: Issues and Perspectives on Cross-Training Catalogers
Kay G. Johnson and Michael A. Somers, workshop leaders

Planning for the Millennium: Medical Libraries and Publishers Ponder the Future of Serials
Mary Fugle and Kimberly J. Laird, workshop leader