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Where possible, we have obtained presentation slides from the briefing session speakers at the 30th UKSG Annual Conference. These are posted below, along with links to reviews of the sessions on UKSG's LiveSerials blog. Slides and reports of the conference's plenary sessions can be found here.

Group A: Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th April 2007

CURL/BL Storage
Nicola Wright, Imperial College London

Project Transfer: an update on the project's successes and challenges
Nancy Buckley, UKSG Project Transfer

UKSG Usage Factors Project
Peter Shepherd, COUNTER

Google Scholar @ GSK: from discussion to implementation
Jennifer Whittaker, GlaxoSmithKline

Federated Access Management: connecting people to resources
Nicole Harris, JISC

How will subscription agents help you manage your e-resources in a constantly changing information world?
Robert Jacobs, Swets Information Services and Chris Lewis, EBSCO Information Services

Group B: Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th April

Financial imperatives for libraries and publishers
Jill Taylor-Roe, Newcastle University and Paul Calow, Blackwell Publishing

Digital preservation - an overview of LOCKSS/CLOCKSS and Portico
Fiona Bennett, Oxford University Press

Institutional identifiers and the Journal Supply Chain Efficiency Improvement pilot
Helen Henderson, Ringgold Ltd

Building an institutional repository at Loughborough University
Joanna Barwick, Loughborough University

Text and data mining: the search for unknown knowns
Geoffrey Bilder, CrossRef

DAI: a digital author identifier linking researchers and authors
Daniel van Spanje, OCLC PICA

Understanding, implementing and using the COUNTER Code of Practice for Books and Reference Works
Jenny Walker, XRefer

Findings and recommendations from the UKSG Link Resolvers and Knowledge Databases project
James Culling, Oxford University Press

Business Models for e-books
Kate Price, University of Surrey (slides prepared by original speaker David Ball, University of Bournemouth, and posted here with his permission)

Accessing research outputs for RAE 2008
Ed Hughes, HEFCE

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