24th UKSG Annual Conference and Exhibition, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

2 - 4 April 2001

Full Programme



Monday 2 April

10.00 Registration and exhibition viewing, James Watt Centre  
11.00 Opening of the Conference, Main Auditorium Christine Fyfe, Chair, UKSG
Michael Breaks, Librarian, Heriot-Watt University
Connie Foster, President, NASIG
  Plenary session 1 Chair: Christine Fyfe, University of Warwick
11.30 Keynote: The King is in the altogether...? Bernard Naylor, President, Library Association
12.05 Keynote: ER (Electronic Reality) - trauma management in the serials industry Martin White, Intranet Focus Ltd
12.40 Lunch, exhibition viewing and access to accommodation  
14.30 Workshops and briefing sessions Full details are listed on a separate page
15.30 Refreshments and exhibition viewing  
  Plenary session 2 Chair: Richard Hodson, RoweCom UK Ltd
16.00 Delivering information services when the budget is cut David Alsmeyer, BT
16.30 Routes to readers Sue Corbett, Blackwell Publishers Ltd
17.00
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18.00
Product reviews Chair: Keith Courtney, Taylor & Francis
18.30 Reception, James Watt Centre II  
     
19.00 Dinner, Middle Floor Dining Room  
20.45 The Quiz, Middle Floor Dining Room  
21.30
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01.00
Disco, Middle Floor Dining Room Late bar until 0300

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Tuesday 3 April

07.30
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09.00
Breakfast, Middle Floor Dining Room  
09.00 Product reviews, Main Auditorium Chair: Terry Morrow, ingenta plc
10.30 Refreshments and exhibition viewing  
11.00
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12.00
Workshops and briefing sessions Full details are listed on a separate page
12.15 UKSG AGM, Main Auditorium  
12.45 Lunch and exhibition viewing  
     
  Concurrent session 1, Main Auditorium Concurrent session 2, Lecture Theatre 1
  Chair: Hazel Woodward, Cranfield University Chair: Michael Archer, AstraZeneca R & D Charnwood
14.00 An interim evaluation of the National Electronic Site Licence Initiative (NESLI) Barriers to access for e-journals in the corporate sector
  Ken Eason, Loughborough University Carolyn Squire, Glaxo Wellcome
14.30 Managing access to electronic information Barriers to access: intranet and internet portals - case studies from BBC and NGfL
  Alan Robiette, Joint Information Systems Committee Kate Arnold, NGfL
     
15.00 Refreshments and exhibition viewing  
  Plenary session 3 Chair: Tony Kidd, University of Glasgow
15.30 A method out of the madness: OhioLINK's collaborative response to the serials crisis - a progress report Tom Sanville, OhioLINK
16.00
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17.00
Workshops and briefing sessions Full details are listed on a separate page
17.15
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18.00
Informal group meetings - an opportunity for any group or company to arrange a meeting or reception Full details are listed on a separate page
19.00 Coaches depart for Dynamic Earth  
19.45 Reception in the Earthscapes  
20.30
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01.00
Conference dinner and an evening of entertainment in the Stratosphere  

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Wednesday 4 April

07.30 - 09.00 Breakfast, Middle Floor Dining Room  
  Plenary session 4 Chair: Chris Beckett, CatchWord Ltd
09.00 CrossRef: the missing link Ed Pentz, CrossRef
09.30 Digital archives, databases and the changing face of publishing Les Grivell, European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO)
10.00 A status report from the Open Archives initiative Lorcan Dempsey, Joint Information Systems Committee/DNER
10.30 Refreshments and exhibition viewing  
  Plenary session 5 Chair: Christine Fyfe, University of Warwick
11.00 PURCEL: budget models and EIS purchasing John Powles, Glasgow Caledonian University Library
11.30 EASY: a JISC-supported pilot project for the supply of e-journal articles through inter-library loan Lyn Norris, ingenta plc
12.00 SPICe: the development of a parliamentary information service Jean Smith, Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe)
12.30 How was it for you? Bernard Naylor, President, Library Association
12.45 Close of conference and lunch  

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