Poznan Foundation of Scientific Libraries

ICOLC

ICOLC

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Wednesday 28.09.2005

  18.00 - 21.00 Registration    
  19.00 - 21.00 Welcome cocktail  
       

Thursday 29.09.2005

Chair
  8.00 - 8.30 Registration    
  8.30 - 8.45 Opening(15')   Prof. Bogdan Maruszewski
  8.45 - 9.45 Session 1 (1h) Scopus, WOK, Google Scholar: too much or not too much?
Ezio Tarantino
Bo Öhrström
  9.45 - 10.10 Break (25')  
  10.10 - 11.25 Session 2 (1h 15') Scopus
Eduard Cohen - Elsevier, Director, Regional Sales Office, EMEA
Eefke Smit - Elsevier, Director ScienceDirect and Bibliographic Databases
Amanda Hart - Elsevier, Scopus Regional Sales Manager EMEA
Nol Verhagen
  11.25 - 11.50 Break (25')  
  11.50 - 13.05 Session 3 (1h 15') Web of Science Thomson Scientific
Amy Hueber, Vice President, Sales and Sales Support, Americas and EMEA
James Pringle, Vice President, Product Development
Nol Verhagen
  13.05 - 14.20 Lunch(1h 15')  
  14.20 - 16.30 Session 4 (2h 10') SAGE Publications
Stephen Barr - Managing Director
Tom Taylor - Vice-President for Marketing, Sage California
The role of federated searching and link resolver products in the academic market and consortia: WK's perspective Mark Schregardus - Vice President, International Sales Ovid Technologies / Wolters Kluwer Health
Nol Verhagen
  16.30 - 16.55 Break (25')  
  16.55 - 18.15 Session 5 (1h 20') Usage statistics
The information seeking behaviour of virtual scholars: usage data employing deep log analysis methods
Tom Dobrowolski
David Nicholas - CIBER, University College London
Using statistical measures to assess the impact of electronic services Angela Conyers UCE Birmingham
Tony Kidd
  18.15 End of sessions  
  18.45 Departure for dinner
(by bus)
 
  22.30 - 23.00 Return to the hotel  
       

Friday 30.09.2005

  8.30 - 9.45 Session 6 (1h 15') Retreat from big Deals
Tom Sanville
An unsuccesful Retreat from the Big Deal
Nol Verhagen
Tom Sanville
  9.45 -10.10 Break (25')  
  10.10 - 11.40 Session 7 (1,5 h) Consortia experience
Negotiation panel
DFG National licences Monika Cremer
Future Business models - for E-journals Lorraine Estelle JISC Collections Manager
Kari Stange
  11.40 - 12.05 Break (25')  
  12.05 - 13.20 Session 8 (1h 15') Show us what you are doing
How to set up a workshop on institutional repositories: tips and techniques: a Southafrican experience - Susan Veldsman
Halti administrative Database - Ari Alkio
Dutch consortium UKB cost division - Nol Verhagen
E-resources Selection and Evaluation the Norwegian initiative - Ove Sundby
Virtual Library of Science at ICM - Paweł Grochowski , Marek Niezgodka
Paola Gargiulo
  13.20 - 14.35 Lunch (1h 15')  
  14.35 - 16.00 Session 9 (1h 25') E-books
A new model for Procuring E-Books - David Ball
Business models - Tom Sanville
Counter Code of Practice for e-books
Jill Taylor-Roe
  16.00 - 16.25 Break(25')  
  16.25 - 18.00 Session 10 (1h 45') E-book vendors
Netlibrary - Marge Gammon
Division Vice President, Library & Publisher Services
Springer - Peter Hendriks
President, Sales and Marketing
Warren Holder
  18.00 End of sessions  
  18.30 Departure for dinner
(by bus)
 
  22.30 - 23.00 Return to the hotel  
       

Saturday 01.10.2005

  8.30 - 9.45 Session 11 (1h 15') Authorization and authentication
Shibboleth (Power Point) (pdf) John Paschoud
Case study Finland - Arja Tuuliniemi
Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen
  9.45 - 10.10 Break(25')  
  10.10 - 11.30 Session 12 (1h 20') OA economics - David Prosser Arnold Hirshon
  11.30 - 12.00 Break  
  12.00 - 13.00 Session 13 (1h) Internal ICOLC affairs, closing Jan Andrzej Nikisch
  13.15 - 14.45 Lunch  
  15 -17.30 Guided tour