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The Serials Ecosystem: Perspectives on the Transition from Print to Electronic Journals

:: Interesting note on ELDNET-L from John Teskey, Director of UNB Libraries, about an upcoming conference at the University of New Brunswick in the fall:

UNB Libraries is proud to present The Serials Ecosystem: Perspectives on the Transition from Print to Electronic Journals at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada on September 25 - 26,
2004.

Our conference will offer a wealth of interesting perspectives and diverse opinions about the current and future direction of the online serials ecosystem. I am confident that attendees will gain valuable insights useful for future planning.

We invite you to join us and to contribute to the discussions on the complex transition from print to electronic journals. For registration and further information please visit our conference website at www.lib.unb.ca/SEC.

The impressive list of speakers includes Stephen Abram, Vice-President/President Elect of CLA, Daniel Boivin of OCLC Canada, Bernard Dumouchel, Director General of the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI), Ernie Ingles, Associate Vice-President (Learning Services), University of Alberta, David Kohl, Dean for Libraries, University of Cincinnati , Aileen McHugh, Director of Electronic Publishing,Project MUSE, Carol Hansen Montgomery, Dean of Libraries, Drexel University, Frank Vrancken Peeters, Managing Director, Elsevier Science, and Jan Velterop, Publisher, BioMed Central Group.

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