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Subject: Tilbake til skolebenken - en ukes kurs i Geneve 3-8 Mars 2002
From: Jens Vigen <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Mon, 12 Nov 2001 10:18:47 +0100
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Kjære nordiske kollegaer,

mens vinteren enda henger i nord, vil det være en god vitamininnsprøytning
å delta i den ukes lange vår-skolen for bibliotekarer i Geneve, hvor vi
på det tidspunkt forhåpentligvis allerede vil ha varme "sommer" dager.

Hete blir sikkert også diskusjonen i arbeidsgruppene på skolen, et 
kursopplegg skreddersydd for de av dere som til daglig jobber i tekniske
og naturvitenskapelig bibliotek. Skolen ledes av "rektor" Rick Luce, til
daglig hovedbibliotekar ved Los Alamos National Laboratory i USA.

Ta en titt på informasjonen nedenunder eller stikk innom nettstedet.

Nøl ikke, skolen er begrenset til omlag 40 deltakere og det rekruteres
"world wide", så det kan fort bli knapt om plasser - søk om reisemidler
idag.

Med hilsen Jens Vigen, lokal organisator


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                   International Spring School 
             on the Digital Library and E-publishing 
                   for  Science and Technology
                          3-8 March 2002

           <http://cwis.kub.nl/~ticer/spring02/index.htm>
***********************************************************************

From 3-8 March 2002, a one-week course on digital libraries and e-publishing 
will be held on the premises of CERN in Switzerland. The course has been 
especially developed for librarians in the fields of science and technology. 
The course is being organised by Ticer B.V. and Tilburg University, renowned 
for their International Summer School on the Digital Library, in co-operation 
with the CERN Scientific Information Service and the Los Alamos National 
Laboratory Research Library. The course director is Rick Luce, Research 
Library Director at Los Alamos National Laboratory. 

The course is aimed at providing knowledge support to academic libraries,
research libraries, and publishers in the current transitional phase and
to identify new roles and opportunities for them. The programme is designed 
for library managers, librarians, reference librarians, subject specialists, 
publishers and other information professionals in the fields of science and 
technology. Advanced libraries will mainly be addressed, without excluding 
the less technically advanced libraries. 

Participants should complete the course with a knowledge of: 

	* the current changes in the information chain, possible roles and
	  opportunities for physics astronomy, and mathematics libraries 
	* the strategies of other (commercial and scholarly) players on
	  the market 
	* the organisational and technical aspects of electronic
	  self-publishing; 
	* different approaches to licensing and the forming of
	  consortia 
	* the experiences with integrating digital content in
	  leading institutions 

Group discussions and workshops will enable participants to apply the new
information to their own situation. 

The following subjects will be dealt with: 

	* changes in the information chain 
	* new roles of publishers on the Internet 
	* the library as the information gateway, the library as a
	  publisher 
	* licensing options 
	* library consortia 
	* electronic pre-prints, document servers and the Open
	  Archives Initiative 
	* reference linking
	* library case studies

Many international experts will present lectures, case studies, and 
demonstrations, including: 


              Jonathan Clark
              	Director, 
		Elsevier Science, ScienceDirect, Netherlands 

              Frederick J. Friend
              	Director Scholarly Communication, 
              	University College London, United Kingdom 

              Hans Geleijnse
              	Director of Information Service and Systems, 
              	European University Institute, Library, Italy 

              Emanuella Giavarra
              	Copyright lawyer, 
		Chambers of Mark Watson-Gandy, United Kingdom 

              Gertraud Griepke
              	Journals/LINK director, 
		Springer-Verlag, Germany 

              Rick Johnson
              	SPARC Enterprise Director, 
		The Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition 
		(SPARC), United States 

              David Kohl
              	Dean for Libraries, 
		University of Cincinnati, 640 Langsam Library, United States 

              Rick Luce
              	Research Library Director, 
		Los Alamos National Laboratory, Research Library, United States 

              Teun Nijssen
              	Senior Project Manager, 
		Tilburg University, Computer centre, Netherlands 

              Thomas W. Place
              	Deputy Librarian, 
		Tilburg University, Library, Netherlands 

              Engelbert Zass
              	Chemical Information Specialist, 
		ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) Zürich, 
		Chemistry Biology Information Center, Switzerland 


A detailed programme, the biographies of the lecturers, and administrative
details are available at the course web site:
<http://cwis.kub.nl/~ticer/spring02/index.htm>

For more information, contact 

             Ticer B.V.
             Mrs. Jola Prinsen
             P.O. Box 4191
             5004 JD Tilburg
             The Netherlands
             Phone: +31-13-4668310
             Fax: +31-13-4668383
             E-mail: [log in to unmask]
             http://www.ticer.n

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