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Subject:

Second Call for papers: Third ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing

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Anna Stockman <[log in to unmask]>

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BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>

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(This message is cross-posted to several lists - Apologies for
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Call for papers
The Third Conference on Electronic Publishing
(http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99.nsf) will be held in Ronneby,
Sweden and presents a great opportunity to present achievements in this
area to an international audience.
On behalf of the Organizing committee of Electronic Publishing ┤99, I,
therefore would like to encourage you
to submit an abstract or to pre-register.
Peter Linde, chairman of the Programme Committee.

The Third ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing, will take place
on 10-12 May 1999 at Ronneby, Sweden. The theme is Redefining the
Information Chain - New Ways and Voices. As at the first and second
ICCC/IFIP Electronic Publishing conference held in Canterbury, England,
in 1997 and Budapest 1998 (http://www.ukc.ac.uk/library/ICCC98/) papers
on technical, human and economic aspects of electronic publishing will
be welcomed

Submit a paper
The conference will be concerned with electronic publishing both for
specialist audiences and for the general public. Submit your paper at:
http://www5.hk-r.se/abstract.nsf/input

Deadline for abstract submission is 7th of December 1998.

There will be two tracks. The first track will concentrate on technical
issues, such as file formats, protocols, networking, retrieval
techniques etc. The second track will include case studies,
presentations of projects and presentations of implemented electronic
publishing in public and scholarly libraries, art galleries, museums. It
will also include electronic provision of local community or tourist
information, government information, and the like.
Neither of these lists is meant to be exhaustive and submissions on any
topic within the Conference's overall theme will be considered.
The Program Committee now calls for papers for presentation at the
conference. These should report real experiences, research or
development projects, or intellectual contributions on the theme of the
conference.
Papers reporting experience of real-life activities on a significant
scale and presenting new, inventive ways of communicating and publishing
electronically are especially sought.

Keynote speaker
The keynote speaker will be David Seaman , Founding Director of the
Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia, USA
(http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/).

Panel Debate
Two Panel debates are planed. The themes are:
Electronic Publishing in the service of democracy
Electronic Publishing year 2001 - a global perspective:
 What have happened and what will happen!?
We invite three persons for each debate and three papers on each theme
will be accepted.

Suggested topics:

Electronic Serials
 Case Studies and History
 Distribution
 Library Issues
 Research
 Retrieval Issues
 Storage and Preservation

New Publishing Models
What can XML do for EP?
Intelligent Agents in EP
in Government information
in Tourist information
in Multimedia
Local Information

The Digital Library
Cataloging and Classification
Metadata
Economic Issues
Information Conversion
 Integrity and Preservation
 Retrieval Issues
 Change Management
 Storage and Preservation

Electronic Commerce
Print on Demand
 Security
 Delivery Models
 Payment Techniques
 Intellectual Property Rights
License Agreements

Paper submission must include:
Title of paper; Abstract in English of no more than 500 words;
Author(s); Affiliation(s
Address; Phone; Fax; E-mail.

Panel debate submission must include:
Title of Debate; Abstract in English of no more than 500 words; Title of
paper; Author(s); Affiliation(s); Address; Phone; Fax; E-mail.

Abstracts in English of no more than 500 words should be sent by e-mail
to:
mailto:[log in to unmask]
or submitted by webform to:
http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99.nsf

The Programme Committee:
Anders Ard÷, Head of development, Technical Knowledge Center & Library
of Denmark
Prof. Dipak Khakhar, University of Lund. Sweden
Peter Linde, University of Karlskrona/Ronneby, Sweden
Gunilla Jonsson, Deputy Director, Royal Library, Stockholm, Sweden
John McKendree, Manager ICCC Press, USA
Prof. Jack Meadows, Loughborough University, UK
John W.T. Smith, The Templeman Library, University of Kent at
Canterbury, UK
Dr. Volker Tschammer, ECCO - Competence Center for Electronic Commerce,
Berlin, Germany
Senior Consultant, Rickard ┼dahl, Swedish State Railways, Information
Systems

Preregister:
Preregister for the Conference by filling out our web-form available at
http://www5.hk-r.se/ElPub99.nsf/ and we will later send you registration


Paper/Panel debate submission:
All submissions will be refereed by members of the Programme Committee.
The working languages of the conference will be English. Submission of
abstracts should be in English. The Proceedings will be published in
time for the Conference and a copy will be given to delegates at
registration. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by the
beginning of January 1999.
Conference program will be distributed in February 1999.

Submitted papers from Eastern European countries will be particularly
welcome. Speakers whose papers are accepted will be charged one third
of the conference fee, but will be responsible for their own travel and
accommodation costs. The same fees applies to authors who's panel debate
papers has been accepted.

Abstracts in English of no more than 500 words should be sent by e-mail
to:
mailto:[log in to unmask]
or submitted by webform to:
http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99.nsf

Contact person is:
Peter Linde
University of Karlskrona/Ronneby
S-371 79 Karlskrona, Sweden
Fax: +46 455 78137
Telephone: +46 455 78139
mailto:[log in to unmask]

Deadline for abstract submission is 7th of December 1998.

Buy Proceedings:
We sell the proceedings from the Electronic Publishing Conferences of
1997 and 1998 at a special price. Only 15USD each, postage included.
Please send an e-mail or a letter with your name and address and which
of the titles you want to buy (ICCC/IFIP Conference Proceeding
Electronic Publishing ┤97 - "New Models and opportunities or ICCC/IFIP
Conference Proceeding Electronic Publishing ┤98 - "Towards the
Information-Rich Society")
to:
Dipak Khakhar
Department of Informatics
S-223 63 Lund, Sweden
mailto:[log in to unmask]

Conference Website:
http://www5.hk-r.se/elpub99.nsf

The Conference is Co-sponsored by
University of Karlskrona/Ronneby
http://www.hk-r.se

The Baltic Institute
http://www.balticinstitute.se
http://www.ballad.org

Soft Center
http://www.softcenter.com


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