Conference Archives > 1996


NASIG 11th Annual Conference

Pioneering New Serials Frontiers:
From Petroglyphs to Cyberserials

June 20-23, 1996
Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

Conference Sessions

Introduction
Christine Christiansen and Cecilia Leathem, Proceedings Editors

PRECONFERENCE PROGRAMS

RECONFERENCE 1: EDI & RELATED STANDARDS: A PRIMER & UPDATE FROM THE FRONTIER

EDI Overview
Tina Feick

EDI & the Library
James Huesmann

EDI & the Publisher
Stephen Dane

EDI & the Serials Vendor
Sandra Hurd

EDI & Related Standards
Ted Koppel

EDI & the Integrated Library System
Sandra Weaver Westall

PRECONFERENCE 2

Risktaking for Library Pioneers
Johann van Reenen

PLENARY SESSION I: FROM PETROGLYPHS TO CYBERSERIALS

Reinventing Journals: Reinventing Knowledge
John H. Lienhard

PLENARY SESSION II: PUBLISHING IN THE CYBER AGE

The Role of the Paper-based Journal in an Era of Electronic Information
John Cox

From Publishing Continuum to Interactive Exchange: the Evolution of the Scholarly Communication Process
Richard T. Kaser

PLENARY SESSION III: PIONEERING NEW SERIALS FRONTIERS
Part 1

How to Fast-Forward Serials to the Inevitable and the Optimal for Scholars and Scientists
Stevan Harnad

Winners and Losers in the Global Research Village
Paul Ginsparg

Part 2

The Serials Revolution: Vision, Innovation and Tradition
James Neal

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

CONCURRENT SESSION I: ELECTRONIC SERIALS CATALOGING: NOW THAT WE'RE HERE, WHAT DO WE DO?
Steven Shadle
Bill Anderson
Leslie O'Brien
Thomas Champagne

CONCURRENT SESSION II: ORDER OUT OF CHAOS: COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF INTERNET RESOURCES

Hunting and Gathering in Cyberspace: Finding and Selecting Web Resources for the Library's Virtual Collection
Margaret A. Rioux

Keeping the Jell-O Nailed to the Wall: Maintaining and Managing the Virtual Collection
Betty Landesman

CONCURRENT SESSION III: THE ELECTRONIC PHYSICS LITERATURE AT THE FOREFRONT OF CHANGE

Electronic Journals and and the Electronic Programme of the Institute of Physics
Alan Singleton

Digital Archiving in the Physics Literature
Robert A. Kelly

CONCURRENT SESSION IV: ISSUES IN ELECTRONIC LICENSING

Navigating the Electronic River: Electronic Product Licensing and Contracts
Nancy L. Buchanan

Site Licenses: A New Economic Paradigm
Rene Olivieri

CONCURRENT SESSION V: THE CIC ELECTRONIC JOURNALS COLLECTION PROJECT
Bonnie MacEwan
Mira Geffner

CONCURRENT SESSION VI: THE GREAT DEBATE OVER COPYRIGHT IN THE ELECTRONIC ENVIRONMENT

Electronic Publishing is Not Print Publishing-- Vive la Difference
Carol A. Risher

The White Paper, Fair Use, Libraries and Educational Institutions
Laura N. Gasaway

CONCURRENT SESSION VII: PARTNERSHIPS: HOW MANY FORMS, HOW MANY ISSUES?

Digital Library Partnerships: The Issues and Challenges
Jacqueline H. Trolley

A Medical University Library's Partnership to Provide Electronic Access to Life-Sciences Serials--Philosophy and Issues
Paula M. Lynch

The USDA/Mann Library Partnership--A Library/Public Agency Collaboration: The Goals and Challenges of Implementing a New Service
William J. Kara

WORKSHOPS

Finding the Missing Link: How Cataloging Bridges The Gap Between Libraries and the Internet
Pamela Simpson
Dena Holiman Hutto

Untangle the Web--Introduction to Browsers and HTML
Donnice Cochenour

Serials Management in Special Libraries: Present and Future Relationships Between Librarians and Vendors
Georgia Briscoe
Paul Wakeford
Anne McKee

How to Build and Use a Customized Serials Information Database on Your Personal Computer
Rick Ralston

Expanded Roles: Qualities That Serialists Can Bring to Other Aspects of Information Work
Sandy Folsom
Marilyn Geller

Claiming on the Net
Tina Feick
Tim McAdam

Format Integration and Serials Cataloging
Crystal Graham

Voice of the Customer: Feedback Strategies for Libraries and Vendors
Adrian W. Alexander
Marilu Goodyear

The SISAC Barcode and the Periodicals Analysis Database
Nancy Deyoe
Kathy Payne

Improving In-House Communication about Serials
Jeanne Baker
Sherry Palmiter

The Culture of Technical Services
Debbie Kalvee

Web Worlds and Hyperspace: Exploring More Advanced Topics in Web Authoring
Birdie MacLennan
Steve Oberg

GILS, Government Information Locator Service: Blending Old and New to Access U.S. Governmental Information
Judy Andrews

Using Focus Groups to Match User Expectations with Library Constraints
Sheryl Williams

Educating/Retraining Serialists for Change
Barbara Hall

Pioneering Document Delivery
Terry Ann Sayler
Clare MacKeigan

Virtual Trailblazing: Incorporating Electronic Journals into an Academic Library
Karen Howell
Rayette Wilder
Lorraine Perrotta

Technical Services Within a Team-Based Information Services Environment
Jos Anemaet
Janet Lee-Smeltzer

Seven Myths about the ISSN
Regina Reynolds

Serials Exchanges: Streamlining and Elimination
Carol Pitts Diedrichs
Trisha L. Davis