- Wege in die Zukunft - Elektronische Zeitschriften II -International Symposium on Electronic Journals

organized by the Joint Initiative of the German Professional Societies for Information & Communication

Conference Venue: Humboldt University, Berlin Directions and Map

Dates: 16-17 February 1998

Rooms: 2097 of the "Hauptgebäude"- Street address: Unter den Linden 6

Organisation: by representatives of the German Professional Scientific Societies under the leadership of Dr. D. Rusch-Feja (MPIB),

Planning Committee:

Hans Jürgen Becker (Libraries)

Prof. Dr. Peter Diepold (DGfE)

Prof. Dr Martin Grötschel (DMV)

Joachim Lügger (DMV)

Prof. Dr. Elmar Mittler (Libraries)

Dr. Diann Rusch-Feja (DGfE)

Prof. Dr. Rudi Schmiede (DGS)


16 Februar 1998 (Monday)

9:00 Registration, Coffee    
10:00 Opening of the Workshop  Dr. Diann Rusch-Feja
Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung
10:15 Security in Electronic Publishing - Sicherheit ist mit Sicherheit eine Herausforderung für elektronische Zeitschriften und Bibbliotheken Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Beth, Director of the European Institute for System Security, E.I.S.S., Karlsruhe Abstract
11:00 Returning Responsibility for Scholarly Communication to the Academy Dr. Michael A. Keller University Librarian, Director of Academic Information Resources, and Publisher of HighWire Press, Stanford University, CA USA Publications relevant to Dr. Keller's Speech
11:45 Electronic Journals in Context of the Library Projects supported by the German Research Foundation Dr. Ewald Brahms, DFG, Bonn Paper
12:30 Lunch    
14:00 Experiences with Electronic Journals Moderation: Prof. Dr. Martin Groetschel, ZIB, Berlin  
  Forces and Functions of Scientific Communication  Dr. Hans Roosendaal, Elsevier Verlag, Amsterdam Abstract
  The Dissemination of Valid Information in the Electronic Age Dr. Joachim Heinze, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg (Director of the subsidiary publisher, Mathemathics) Abstract
  Discussion of the Publishers' Positions    
15:30 Coffee break    
16:00 Electronic Journals from the Librarian's Point of View Hazel Woodward, Pilkerton Library, Loughborough University, UK, Chairwoman der IFLA Section of Serial Publications Abstract Paper
16:30 The Offerings of the Electronic Library of the European Mathematical Information System  Prof. Bernd Wegner, TU-Berlin, EPC-EMS, Zentralblatt Mathemathik Abstract, Paper
17:00-18:30 Are Electronic Journals the Future of Scholarly Publications? - Panel Discussion with various speakers Moderator: Prof. Dr. Martin Grötschel, Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum, Berlin  
19:00 - ? Dinner together in the restaurant (à la carte) "Zwölf Aposteln", in the S-bahn mall of the S-Bahn station "Georgenstrasse" - Italian cuisine from DM 13,- and vegetarian dishes When registering, please indicate if you will join us at the restaurant so we can reserve enough tables!  

17 February 1998 (Tuesday)

9:00-10.30 Technical Issues of Electronic Journals Moderator: Prof. Dr. Elmar Mittler  
9:00 XML and Interoperable Scientific Publications Prof. Dr. Peter Murray-Rust, Virtual School of Molecular Sciences, Nottingham University, UK Abstract Paper
9.30 Technology and the Effects of Electronic Journals on Libraries Vicky Reich, Stanford University, HighWire Press, USA Abstract Paper
10:00 An Alternative Concept for Electronic Journals: New Journal of Physics Prof. Dr. Alexander Bradshaw,Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Berlin Paper
10:30 Coffee Break    
11:00 Licensing Negotiations and Copyright  Moderator: Prof. Dr. Elmar Mittler  
11:00 Alternatives to Commercial Publishing for Scholarly Publication Frederick  Friend, Director of Scholarly Communications, University College of London, UK Abstract Paper
11:30 Licensing Principles for Electronic Journals Moderation: Prof. Dr. Elmar Mittler, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Göttingen  
12:00 The Current and Future Copyright Regulations for Electronic Journals Dr. Harald Müller, Max Planck Institute for Foreign Public Law, Heidelberg  Abstract
12.30- 14.00 Lunch    
14:00 Journal Subscription Agends as Intelligent Interfaces between Publishers and Libraries Stefanie Gehrke, Swets & Zeitlinger, Frankfurt Paper
14:30 PICARTA and Electronic Document Delivery in Germany Dr. Irina Sens, State and University Library, Göttingen Abstract
15:00 User Analysis of Electronic Journals Dr. Evelinde Hutzler, University Library, Regensburg Abstract Paper
15:30 Coffee Break    
16:00 Summary of the Workshop Dr. Diann Rusch-Feja, Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, Berlin  
16.30-18.00 Meeting of the Professional Societies to discuss the possibility of initiating a working group for "Electronic Journals" Moderator: Dr. Diann Rusch-Feja A set of issues to consider for a working group of the IuK-Commission on Electronic Journals
18.00 - If desired, a short walk through the historic "Scheunen-Viertel" of Berlin ending at a restaurant in the Hackesche Höfe    
Deutsche Version dieses Programms

Literature and further Links to relevant E-Journal sites

Enquires and Registration with complete address to: Dr. Diann Rusch-Feja Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin

Created: 28. Januar 1998: Stand: 16. Februar 1998 (Last Modified 24.298)