lecture Workshop on the Open Archives Initiative (OAI) and Peer Review journals in Europe
Date/Time: from Thursday, 22 March 2001 (10:00) to Sunday, 25 March 2001 (03:00) (Europe/Zurich)
Location: CERN
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Thursday, 22 March 2001 10:00 ->13:30 Arrival    
Thursday, 22 March 2001 13:30 ->14:30 Introduction    
Thursday, 22 March 2001 14:30 ->19:45 Acting together to support communication via e-prints    
Friday, 23 March 2001 09:00 ->18:45 Exploring the boundaries of certification and managing the scholarly communication system    
Saturday, 24 March 2001 09:00->Sunday, 25 March 2001 03:00 Concluding session    

 
 Thursday, 22 March 2001
Arrival (10:00 ->13:30 )  
 10:00
Arrival (3h30')    
Arrival and registration of participants.
Check-in at guesthouse
Possibility for lunch at cafeteria

Introduction (13:30 ->14:30 )  
 13:30
Welcome and Introduction (30')   Dekeyser,R Mittler,E Pettenati,C  
 14:00
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Overview of the OAI metadata harvesting specifications (30')  
Van de Sompel, H  

Acting together to support communication via e-prints (14:30 ->19:45 )
Examples of archive systems and their status with respect to scientific certification 
 14:30
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The Los Alamos arXiv (20')  
Warner,S  
 14:50
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CERN Document Server: Validation and OAI (20')  
Baron, T; Simko, T  
 15:10
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TIPS: an integrated service provider over open archives (15')  
Bertocco, S  
 15:25
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The RePEc database about Economics (15')  
Krichel, T  
 15:40
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Distributed Eprints Archives and Scientometrics (20')  
Carr, L  
16:00  COFFEE (30')
 16:30
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E-BioSci, a platform for e-publishing and information integration in the life sciences (25')  
Grivell, L  
 16:55
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Chemistry Preprint Server (25')  
Weeks, J  
 17:20
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The Electronic Library of Mathematics (20')  
Jost, M  
 17:40
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MPRESS and the role of MetaData in MathNet (20')  
Schwaenzl, R  
19:30  Cocktail and Dinner in the Glassbox (15')


 
 Friday, 23 March 2001
Exploring the boundaries of certification and managing the scholarly communication system (09:00 ->18:45 )
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 09:00
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The Dutch Roquade project (30')  
Savenije, B  
 09:30
Towards a concerted action for a European network of e-print servers (30')   Dekeyser, R  
Discussion, conclusions, follow-up actions for Part 1
 10:00
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Quality Control in Scholarly Publishing. What are the Alternatives to Peer Review? (30')  
Arms, WY  
10:30  COFFEE (30')
 11:00
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Open Archives meet Open Peer Review? (25')  
Buckingham Shum, S Li, G  
 11:25
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Can libraries be intermediates for the acquisition, production and presentation of scholarly information? (25')  
Schmidt, R  
Visions of a dynamic electronic publishing environment as added value to electronic library portals
 11:50
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Peer Review Reform: An Empirical Matter (25')  
Harnad, S  
 12:15
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Peer-review's future in a world of open archives (25')  
Doyle, M - APS  
 12:40
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The HEP view (20')  
Draper, M  
13:00  Lunch in cafeteria (1h0')
 14:00
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Scientific Refereeing in a Distributed World and the worldwide Physics Network PhysNet (30')  
Eberhard R. Hilf and Hans-Joachim Waetjen  
 14:30
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The point of view of the commercial publisher (30')  
Spong, A  
 15:00
Panel discussions (1h0')    
Panel discussions about the future of the scholarly communication.
The participants will be divided in groups (mainly according to discipline) to discuss several aspects of scholarly communication.  A list of specific questions will be distributed to guide these discussions.
The main emphasis of the discussion will be on the mechanisms for certification, but other aspects will also be addressed
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16:00  COFFEE (30')
 16:30
Continuation of panel discussions (2h0')    
18:30  Dinner in cafeteria (15')


 
 Saturday, 24 March 2001
Concluding session (09:00 ->04:00 )
Afternoon:  Optional social program  (visit of the CERN facility, joint dinner in town - please register at catherine.havard@cern.ch)
 09:00
Presentations of the reports of the panel discussions (1h30')    
Mark Doyle  
Herbert Van de Sompel  
Corrado Pettenati  
Lorcan Dempsey  
Raf Dekeyser  
10:30  COFFEE (30')
 11:00
General discussion of the reports (2h0')    
Possible recommendations to LIBER, to other organisations and to the academic community at large.
Call for new initiatives
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    LIBER President's message
Elmar Mittler  
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    Closing session report
R. Dekeyser, C. Pettenati, H. Van de Sompel, Y. Arms, Th. Krichel  
13:00  Lunch in cafeteria (14h0')