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25th UKSG Annual Conference and Exhibition

University of Warwick
15 - 17 April 2002

Conference Programme | Presentations

In 2002 the UKSG celebrates its 25th anniversary at the University of Warwick, an attractive parkland campus with a rural aspect just three miles from Coventry city centre. The UKSG Annual Conference and Exhibition is a major event offering the perfect opportunity for librarians, publishers, agents, information specialists and database providers to exchange news, views and information on the rapidly changing and developing global serials scene.

  • Plenary sessions on topics such as usage statistics, SPARC, PELICAN, partnerships, the convergence of e-books and e-journals, and the future of publishing and scholarly journals.
  • Eighteen workshops and briefing sessions for delegates to select from, including managing, promoting and remote access to e-journals, SFX, e-procurement, emerging standards, sourcing resources on the web, and mechanisms for communicating between publishers and librarians.
  • A major trade exhibition and reviews of the latest products and services.
  • Social events, including an informal gathering on Sunday evening for early arrivals, the widely acclaimed Monday night quiz and, on Tuesday, a reception and conference dinner at Stoneleigh Abbey near Kenilworth, an impressive 18th century house which has recently been the subject of a major restoration project.

'This year's silver sponsors are

Conference also supported by:

Blackwell Publishing
BTJ AB/PrioInfo
Otto Harrassowitz
Oxford University Press
Professional Engineering Publishing
Sage Publications
Turpin Distribution Services Ltd
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

For more information on attending and exhibiting please contact:

Details :-

Alison Whitehorn
Business Manager
UK Serials Group
PO Box 5594
RG20 0YD

Tel.: +44 (0)1635 254292
Fax: +44 (0)1635 253826