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Subject:

ALPSP Seminar: Publishing and the Library of the Future: What Next?, 11 July 2007

From:

Diane French <[log in to unmask]>

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An informal open list set up by the UK Serials Group <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 16 May 2007 15:56:01 +0100

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**Apologies for cross-posting**


 

 


ALPSP One-Day Seminar 


Publishing and the Library of the Future: What Next?

Wednesday 11 July 2007

Venue: St Anthony’s College, 62 Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6JF 

Chair: Diana Leitch, 
Deputy University Librarian (information resources and academic support),
The University of Manchester

This ALPSP seminar looks at what the library will look like in the future,
and how publishers will need to adapt to keep pace with rapid change, not
only to the online content that they provide to their scholarly users, but
to the way they retrieve and deliver it. 

It questions how the library as we have come to know it may be transformed.
Will the twin pressures of financial constraints and technological advance
mean a change in the publisher/library relationship? Will the advance of
institutional repositories and open access and other means of delivery alter
and fundamentally change the role of publishers?  How will this effect how
they deal with their most important customer? Will the new methods that
researchers use to access the literature and communicate make an important
impact? How will the role of the librarian evolve in an instant access Web
2.0 world? 

By presenting the views of how the library might look in the near future
from a senior librarian, society publisher, practising scientific researcher
and library technology provider, the meeting gives a fascinating insight
into the challenges facing our industry. A panel of speakers and other
experts provide an opportunity for an exchange of views on what the future
might hold.

The seminar will appeal to publishers from both the sales and marketing and
editorial sides of the profession as well as to librarians themselves.




 

0930   Registration – Tea/Coffee 

1000   Introduction 

Diana Leitch, University of Manchester

1015   The Library User’s Perspective of the Future

Andreas Mittrowann, Bertelsmann Foundation 

1045   How publishers are changing the way they deal with libraries 

          Helen Cooke, SAGE Publications

1115   Can society publishers adapt to a changing library environment?  

Adam Marshall, Portland Press

1145   Tea and Coffee

1215   Library Systems of the Future – 

Robert Bley, ExLibris  

1245   Lunch

1345   Researcher’s Perspective – 

Dr. Sarah Coulthurst, Research Biochemist

1415   A parallel universe? – blogs, wikis, Web 2.0 and a complicated future
for scholarly communication? 

David Smith, CABI   

1445   Tea and coffee

1515   View from an Academic Librarian’s Perspective

Kara Jones, University of Bath

1545   Discussion: Panel consists of speakers + Chair:     

1615   Final questions and close - Chair: Diana Leitch

 

Fees: including lunch (excl VAT) ALPSP members £185.00; Academic £200.00;
Non Members £305.00

 

For further information or to book on this seminar please contact me using
email address: [log in to unmask] or phone/fax: 01827 709188

 

ALPSP is experiencing technical problems with the ALPSP website and email
server, and so access to the website and online booking is not available at
the moment, we hope these problems will be rectified shortly. In the mean
time, please do not hesitate to contact me with any queries on the temporary
email address [log in to unmask] or by phone: 01827 709188. Our
apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.

 

 

Diane French

Administrative Assistant

The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP)

Telephone/Fax: 01827 709188

 

Forthcoming ALPSP events 

Experience of Open Access – looking at data, 22 June, London
Open Access publishing is no longer just an idea - it's a reality, with a
growing number of publishers working with a variety of OA publishing models.


 

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