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Subject:

UK Serials Group Seminar - Serials Practitioners, Manchester, 7 June 2007

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Karen Sadler <[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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** Apologies for Cross-Posting **

 

UKSG are pleased to announce a date for our seminar :

 

UKSG Serials Practitioners

Thursday 7 June 2007

Manchester Conference Centre

 


Course summary


The UKSG is able to call on the extensive experience of its members in
sourcing expert speakers from the various sectors of the serials industry to
present a practical overview of all aspects of serials management.

The emphasis is on developing a sound basic understanding of the details of
serials handling in order to promote efficient and informed working
practices.  A wide range of day-to-day issues will be covered, with time
devoted to recognising and resolving the problems that can arise at the
boundaries between publishers, agents and libraries.  The seminar will also
consider all aspects of linking between journals.

Delegates will be able to air and exchange views in the afternoon breakout
session.


Why you should attend


Designed particularly for staff new to working with serials, whether from a
publisher, an intermediary or a library, this seminar may also be of
interest to those looking to consolidate and update their serials knowledge.


Course level and previous knowledge required


Level 1 Awareness: introductory and non-intensive, entry-level training for
the beginner, novice or noticeably 'returnee'.


Learning objectives


*	To understand the key elements involved in serials management,
including how they are purchased, promoted and managed in an increasingly
electronic world 
*	To understand the key processes within commercial journal
publishing, including editorial and marketing, peer review, pricing,
licensing and electronic delivery 
*	To understand the pivotal role of the traditional subscription agent
and the growing range of electronic access services offered 
*	To gain a broad awareness of the technology underpinning various
types of linking, including DOI/CrossRef and OpenURL, and other
journal-related initiatives.

 

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PROGRAMME


 

10.00  Registration and coffee

            

10.20  Welcome and introduction by the Chair and UKSG representative

Michael Davis, The British Library

 

10.30  Managing serials in the electronic world

            Steve Sharp, SABER Team Leader, University of Leeds

will describe the importance of serials, and how they are purchased,
promoted and managed

in an increasingly electronic world

 

11.15  The business of journal publishing

            Emerald Group Publishing Limited

will review the key processes within commercial journal publishing,
including editorial and marketing, peer review, pricing, licensing and
delivering electronically

 

12.00  Break

 

12.10  The role of the intermediary

Lynn Coulton, Regional Sales Manager, EBSCO Information Services

will consider the pivotal role of the traditional subscription agent and the
growing range of electronic access services offered

 

12.55  Questions and summary of the morning session

13.00  Lunch

 

13.45 Getting technical - linking

Ross MacIntyre, MIMAS Service Manager, The University of Manchester

will explain the technology underpinning various types of linking, including
DOI/CrossRef

and OpenURL, and other journal-related initiatives

 

14.30  Breakout session introduced by the Chair

            Groups will be presented with a number of scenarios to consider
and discuss

 

15.15  Evaluation forms and reporting back from the group discussions

 

15.30  Final summing up of the day and close of seminar

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Fee (includes refreshments and lunch)


UKSG members                   95.00 + 16.63 VAT (total 111.63)

Non-members                       125.00 + 21.88 VAT (total 146.88)


Venue


Manchester Conference Centre 

Sackville Street, Manchester  M1 3BB

 

How to Book

Please book via the UKSG website  www.uksg.org  or contact:

Karen Sadler, UKSG Administrator

Tel.: +44 (0)1865 744279   Fax: +44 (0)1865 742164   E-mail: [log in to unmask]

Location details will be sent with confirmation of booking.  


Cancellations


By 31 May 2007                                Full refund


From 1 June 2007                            No refund


 

 

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