CERN Workshop Series on Innovations in Scholarly Communication: Implementing the benefits of OAI (OAI3)

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Description
Organised by LIBER, SPARC-Europe, OSI and CERN Library. 
Sponsored by JISC, OSI and SPARC.
CERN: European Organization for Nuclear Research
JISC:  Joint Information Systems Committee
LIBER: LIgue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche
OSI:   Open Society Institute
SPARC: Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
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  • Thursday, 12 February 2004
    • 08:30 - 12:00 Tutorials
      To assist with registration procedures, please try to be at your tutorial room by 8:30, 30 minutes before the start of the tutorial. Thankyou.
      • 09:00 Tutorials 3h0'
        • Tutorial 1: OAI and OAI-PMH for absolute beginners -- a non-technical introduction 3h0' Details of tutorial 1
          Hands-on training in building 572 room 25
          Now fully booked (as of 15th January)
          Speaker: Monica Duke & Philip Hunter (UKOLN and Open Archives Forum)
          transparencies
        • Tutorial 2: Institutional Repository Software Options: Questions and answers with the experts with representatives from ARNO, CDSware, DSpace, Fedora, GNU Eprints, i-Tor, MPG eDoc and MyCoRe 3h0' Details of tutorial 2
          Council Chamber
          Speaker: Chair: Raym Crow (OSI and SPARC Consultant)
        • Tutorial 3: Implementing the OAI-PMH - an introduction 3h0' Details of tutorial 3
          Hands-on training in building 572 room 24
          Now fully booked (as of 22nd January 2004)
          Speaker: Uwe Müller (Open Archives Forum)
          transparencies
        • Tutorial 4 to be held on Saturday 14th 3h0' Details of tutorial 4
          Now fully booked (as of 5th January)
          See full details and links to files from Saturday's agenda slot.
          Speaker: Jeff Young (OCLC)
    • 10:00 - 13:15 Arrival
      • 10:00 Arrival 3h0'
        Arrival and registration of participants not registered for tutorial 1, 2 or 3.
        Check-in at guesthouse
        Possibility of lunch at cafeteria
      • 12:00 Lunch 1h15'
    • 13:00 - 14:05 Welcome and Introduction
      • 13:00 Welcome 5'
        Speaker: Raf Dekeyser
        more information
        Video in CDS
      • 13:05 Overview of OAI and its relation to scientific publishing in 2004 30'
        An introduction to OAI: what it means, what has been happening, and what implications there might be for the future of scientific publishing.
        Speaker: Diann Rusch-Feja (International University Bremen)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 13:35 The OAI and OAI-PMH: where to go from here? 30'
        Update on the current status of the OAI-PMH.  Overview of current activities and possible next steps.  These include oai-rights, moving beyond metadata, and peer-to-peer.
        Speaker: Carl Lagoze and Herbert Van de Sompel (Cornell University and Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) respectively)
        more information
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
    • 14:05 - 16:10 Community Efforts - Part 1
      National and international initiatives
      • 14:05 The UK FAIR Programme: OAI in context 25'
        Speaker: Jean-Yves (CERN)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 14:30 DARE: (a)Live and kicking! 25'
        Speaker: Lilian van der Vaart (DARE)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 14:55 Coffee Break 25'
      • 15:20 Certification of a publishing server - an initiative of DINI 25'
        Speaker: Peter Schirmbacher (Humboldt-Universitt, Berlin)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 15:45 Open Archives Forum 25'
        Speaker: Philip Hunter (UKOLN)
    • 16:10 - 21:00 Community Efforts - Part 2
      • 16:10 On the open access strategy of the Max Planck Society 20'
        Speaker: Theresa Velden (Heinz Nixdorf Center for Information Management in the Max Planck Society)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 16:30 OLAC - the Open Language Archives Community 20'
        Speaker: Martin Wynne (Oxford Text Archive)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 16:50 OAI: A "down under" perspective 20'
        Speaker: Colin Steele (Australian National University)
        Video in CDS
      • 17:10 Scientific Publication Process Re-engineering with SciX Open Publication Services 20'
        A synthesis of the results of the SciX project, in particular how the publication process analysis reflects in the technical and organizational invention.
        Speaker: Ziga Turk (University of Ljubljana)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 19:00 Workshop Buffet Dinner 2h0'
  • Friday, 13 February 2004
    • 09:00 - 11:00 Society and Publishing
      • 09:00 Half Full: the improving state of scholarly publishing 30'
        Speaker: Raym Crow (SPARC Consulting Group)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 09:30 Copyright and Licensing issues - The International Commons 30'
        Speaker: Christiane Asschenfeldt (Creative Commons)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 10:00 Two roads, One Destination: The Interaction of Self Archiving and Open Access Journals 30'
        Speaker: David Prosser (SPARC Europe)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 10:30 Coffee Break 30'
    • 11:00 - 14:00 Society and publishing
      • 11:00 How to disseminate Open Access Journals through OAI, the DOAJ project 30'
        Speaker: Lotte Jørgensen (Lund University)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 11:30 Building the JSTOR OAI-PMH Service: A Technical Case Study in Best Practices 30'
        Speaker: Michael Krot and David Yakimischak (JSTOR)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 12:00 Lunch 2h0'
    • 14:00 - 16:30 Breakout sessions
      • 14:00 Breakout Sessions 2h0'
        Participants are split into small groups for detailed discussion on their chosen topic.

        To register please click on 'See details' link from the agenda and then on the link to send an email to the session for which you would like to book. Please don't change the subject line of the email.

        Video in CDS
        • 4. Overlay Journals
          See details
          Speaker: Simeon Warner (Cornell University)
          proceedings
        • 2. The relationship between OAI-PMH and Dublin Core: Required, recommended or other?
          See details
          Speaker: Carl Lagoze (Cornell Information Science)
          proceedings
        • 1.Implementation: the FAIR and DARE experience
          See details
          Speaker: Chris Awre and Lilian van der Vaart (FAIR Programme Manager, JISC, UK and DARE Programme Manager, SURF, The Netherlands)
          proceedings
          Video in CDS
        • 3. Possible Enhancements to OAI-PMH including MetaSearching and Authentication
          See details
          Speaker: David Yakimischak and Michael Krot (JSTOR)
          more information
          proceedings
        • 5. The OAI-PMH community: How to enable better collaboration and communication between Data and Service Providers
          See details
          Speaker: Mogens Sandfær and Kat Hagedorn (Technical Knowledge Center of Denmark and University of Michigan)
          proceedings
          transparencies
        • 6. Open Access Citation Index
          See details
          Speaker: Jean-Claude Guédon (OSI & University of Montreal)
          proceedings
        • 7. If You Build it, Will They Come? Filling an Institutional Repository
          See details
          Speaker: David Prosser (SPARC Europe)
      • 16:00 Coffee Break 30'
    • 16:30 - 21:00 Practical Steps to Promote Use: encouraging academics
      • 16:30 SHERPA Institutional Repositories and Practical Advocacy 30'
        Speaker: Bill Hubbard (SHERPA, University of Nottingham)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 17:00 What do scientific authors want? Attracting scientists to institutional repositories 30'
        Speaker: Saskia Franken (Utrecht University Library)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 17:30 Peer review in the era of LHC experiments 30'
        Speaker: RÃŒdiger Voss (CERN)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 18:00 Building a discipline-specific aggregate for computing and library and information science 30'
        Speaker: Thomas Krichel (Long Island University)
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 19:00 Dinner and wine-sharing evening 2h0'
  • Saturday, 14 February 2004
    • 09:00 - 11:30 Breakout session reports
      text
      • 09:00 Breakout Sessions reports and open discussion 2h0'
        Video in CDS
      • 11:00 Coffee break 30'
    • 11:30 - 13:30 Closing Session
      • 11:30 Panel discussion 1h0'
        	Ian Butterworth
        	Howard Flack
        	David Prosser
        	Desmond Reaney
        	Bas Savenije
        	Peter Suber
        	Simeon Warner
        Speaker: Multiple participants
        transparencies
        Video in CDS
      • 12:25 Closing remarks 5'
        Speaker: Raf Dekeyser
      • 12:30 Lunch and Valentine's farewell kisses 1h0'
    • 14:00 - 17:00 Tutorial
      Location: 572--25
      • 14:00 Tutorial 4: Harvesting and Resolution Methods for Building OAI-based Services 3h0'
        Details of tutorial 4
        Hands-on training in building 572 room 25.
        Now fully booked (as of 5th January)
        Speaker: Jeff Young (OCLC)
        transparencies