Intellectual Property on the Internet: A Survey of Issues, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
"WIPO has published a report, "Intellectual Property on the Internet: A Survey of Issues," that addresses the farreaching impact that digital technologies the Internet in particular have had on intellectual property (IP) and the international IP system."
"After a brief introduction describing general trends affecting the evolution of the Internet, the Survey addresses the evolving digital economy and the migration of intellectual property to the Internet, as well as the broader questions raised for intellectual property by the impact of information and communications technologies in the digital environment. The Survey focuses on recent developments in the traditional fields of copyright, trademarks and patents, as well as domain names, and progress in private international law and alternative dispute resolution. It also explores the particular concerns that face developing countries in edevelopment, and outlines the ways in which WIPO is addressing these various issues."
Access the report at <http://ecommerce.wipo.int/survey/index.html> or see the press release at <http://www.wipo.int/pressroom/en/releases/2002/p334.htm>.
The Internet Under Crisis Conditions: Learning from September 11, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board (CSTB), National Research Council of The National Academies
Announced earlier in the D-Lib Magazine November 2002 Clips and Pointers column, the published report is now available both to read online free of charge and for purchase in paperback format.
"The workshop organized by the Committee on the Internet Under Crisis Conditions: Learning from the Impact of September 11 yielded a number of insights about what did and did not happen to the Internet as a result of the attacks. It also provided a number of lessons learned that could reduce the impact of future crises, and it pointed to some ways in which the Internet itself could play a greater role in crisis response."
For further information, please see <http://www.nap.edu/catalog/10569.html?onpi_listserv013103>.
Creating and Using Virtual Reality: a Guide for the Arts and Humanities, edited by Kate Fernie and Julian D. Richards
"Creating and Using Virtual Reality is intended for those who are interested in how virtual reality can be used within the arts and humanities. This Guide to Good Practice concentrates on accessible desk-top virtual reality which may be distributed and viewed on-line via the World Wide Web. It is concerned with the variety of virtual reality models that may be produced and how to ensure that these can be delivered successfully to users and preserved for future reuse."
"This Guide introduces virtual reality by considering its history, philosophy and theory and discusses good practice in planning virtual reality projects. It does not attempt to cover all virtual reality technologies this is a rapidly developing field and new methods are continually emerging. The techniques that are introduced are those which are being used in the Arts and Humanities and for which standards are emerging. Ensuring that the models produced can be used and enjoyed by the audiences for which they are intended is the most important consideration for virtual reality projects. The data, management and documentation procedures required to enable models to be maintained and to continue to be enjoyed are introduced in this Guide. Preservation in the longer term is an emerging field; this Guide explores strategies for archiving and considers how to avoid the loss of virtual reality models as technology changes."
For further information, please see <http://vads.ahds.ac.uk/guides/vr_guide/index.html>.
Digital Libraries, by William Y. Arms, an online, updated edition of the book published by MIT Press in 2000.
"By agreement with the MIT Press, Dr. William Arms' book Digital Libraries has been placed online at his web site where it may be read at no charge. Dr. Arms says, "The site contains information about the printed book, the original manuscript marked up for the Web and the beginnings of a revised online edition." At the web site, "please read the About file for copyright and guidelines for use."
Digital Libraries is online at <http://www.cs.cornell.edu/wya/DigLib>.
SPARC Institutional Repository Checklist & Resource Guide, The Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition
"The SPARC Institutional Repository Checklist & Resource Guide provides an overview of the major issues that institutions and consortia need to address in implementing an institutional repository. These issues include:
"This Checklist & Guide complements SPARC's Position Paper, which addresses the strategic implications of institutional repositories."
For further information, please see <http://www.arl.org/sparc/IR/IR_Guide.html>.
CD Forum Guidance Papers, Collection Description Focus, UKOLN
"The aim of the Focus is to improve co-ordination of work on collection description methods, schemas and tools, with the goal of ensuring consistency and compatibility of approaches across projects, disciplines, institutions and sectors. The Focus provides support for projects actively involved in collection description work and for those investigating or planning such work...The Focus has a remit to look at the use of collection level description both as a means of supporting the requirements of users seeking information resources as well as a tool for professional information managers to support collection management."
"As a starting point for the work of the Collection Description Forum, the CD Focus has prepared the following short papers...The purpose of these papers is not to provide comprehensive or definitive statements (at least in their initial form), but rather to open debate on these subjects, so that the papers can be refined and developed on the basis of implementer experience to create practical, 'best practice' guidelines."
For further information, please see <http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/cd-focus/forum/>.
Revolutionizing Science and Engineering Through Cyber-infrastructure: Report of the National Science Foundation Blue-Ribbon Advisory Panel on Cyberinfrastructure, January 2003
As directly quoted from the NSF Assistant Director for CISE letter of announcement: "The path forward that this report envisions extensive cyberinfrastructure to enable all levels of S&E research and education, geographic and institution independence, cross-discipline sharing of data and insights, and technical depth in all dimensions, not just processor speed truly has the potential to revolutionize all fields of research and education. As they point out, however, this path must be opened up by increased fundamental research in computer science and engineering. Reaching the goal they set will require the good will and efforts of all areas of S&E, cooperation with other agencies and foreign institutions, and a level of collaboration beyond that seen today."
"By highlighting these aspects of what may eventually be seen as more of a revolution in the behavior of scientists and engineers than in the technology they use underscores the wisdom the Committee has brought to their task. While revolutions such as they outline are rarely the product of a single event, the one outlined in the Committee's report serves a great purpose by focusing our attention on the opportunities before us."
For the complete announcement, please see <http://www.cise.nsf.gov/evnt/reports/atkins_annc_020303.htm>. Or, access the report directly at <http://www.communitytechnology.org/nsf_ci_report/>.
Free of charge to JISC-sponsored UK further and higher education institutions, "the zetoc service provides Z39.50-compliant access to the British Library's Electronic Table of Contents (ETOC). The database contains details of approximately 20,000 current journals and 16,000 conference proceedings published per year. With around 20 million journal and conference records, the database covers every imaginable subject in science, technology, medicine, engineering, business, law, finance and the humanities. Around 100,000 of the journals included are available for electronic data delivery (EDD) download. The database covers the years from 1993 to date and is updated daily. A list of journal titles covered by the database is available."
Recently a survey was conducted, in conjunction with the Department of Human Sciences at Loughborough University, to discover users opinions of the zetoc service. From the over 650 responses from zetoc users "it was clear that the enhancement people wanted above all else was additional linking from the zetoc record. This was included in the enhancements released in November 2002."
For further information and to access the resulting evaluation report, please see <http://zetoc.mimas.ac.uk/news/23jan2003.html>.
ISMIR 2002 Conference Proceedings, 3rd International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, Paris, France, October 13 - 17, 2002
Recently reviewed in the D-Lib Magazine November 2002 issue (see Report on the Third International Conference on Music Information Retrieval), the annual ISMIR Conference is an "international forum for those involved in the tremendous growth of music-related contents available digitally, locally or remotely, through networks...This area presents vast challenges for those who need to organize and structure, provide tools to search and retrieve, and use them efficiently: music representation, when it exists, is multi-dimensional and time-dependent; audio instantiations are voluminous objects requiring particular care for storage and transmission while preserving quality; descriptive information about what is musically significant addresses a large spectrum of internal and external characteristics, from acoustic to musicological ones; intellectual property rights about what can be made available and how are complex, involve a variety of individuals and organizations, and vary from country to country."
"All of these concerns are of interest to education, academia, entertainment and industry. This conference thus aims at providing a place for the exchange of news, issues and results, by bringing together researchers and developers, educators and librarians, students and professional users, working in fields that may contribute significantly to this multidisciplinary domain, by presenting original theoretical or practical work in peer-reviewed contributions (papers, posters/short papers), serve as a discussion forum (panels), provide in-depth information in specific domains (tutorials) and show current products (exhibit)."
For further information, please see <http://ismir2002.ircam.fr/>.
Point to Point
Library News Daily, by Peter Scott, a consultant with Northern Lights Internet Solutions Ltd.
Library News Daily is a weblog with "the latest on databases, conferences, services, software, vendors.". Specific to library related issues, this site offers valuable links to publications, other websites and indexes, project updates, etc. The site provides access to news archived from January 2001 to the present, and those who wish to subscribe to daily email updates may do so.
For further information, please see <http://www.lights.com/scott/>.
Office of News and Public Information, The National Academies
The National Academies of Sciences web site hosts a current awareness page entitled "Office of News and Public Information". This wep page provides links to archived audio and video files of public briefings, news conferences and other meetings that took place live on the World Wide Web between 1999 and the present.
To view the archive of audio and video files, please see <http://www.national-academies.org/webcastarchive.html>.
EdNA Online, Education Network Australia, hosted by Adelaide University
"EdNA Online is a service that aims to support and promote the benefits of the Internet for learning, education and training in Australia. It is organised around Australian curriculum, its tools are free to Australian educators, and it is funded by the bodies responsible for education provision in Australia all Australian governments."
"As an information service, EdNA Online provides two key functions:
"As a communications service, EdNA Online aims to promote collaboration and cooperation throughout the Australian education and training sector and facilitate the growth of networks of common interest and practice."
"As a service provider to education and training systems and sectors EdNA Online also provides a range of tools to assist in the management and discovery of information resources."
For further information, please see <http://www.edna.edu.au/>.
MyLifeBits Project, Microsoft's Media Presence Research Group in the Bay Area Research Center (BARC)
"The MyLifeBits project aims to put all personal documents and media online, to allow time-shifting, and location independence when you are connected to MyLifeBits. Gordon Bell has captured 10 gigabytes of articles, books, cards, CDs, letters, memos, papers, photos, pictures, presentations, home movies, videotaped lectures, and voice recordings and stored them digitally. One of the challenges of this project is to encourage people to take their personal memorabilia out of the shoebox and store them online. The technical challenge is ensuring that this information will be readable by future devices. We are building software to support MyLifeBits, beginning with a MyLifeBits Server that can support capture, storage, and management of personal media, including: TV with Web enhancement, radio, personal music collections, and home video. Papers
For further information, please see <http://research.microsoft.com/barc/MediaPresence/MyLifeBits.aspx>.
"A virtual home of music information retrieval research, music-ir.org offers information organized into the following categories:
For further information, please see <http://music-ir.org/>.
Open Access to Scientific and Technical Information: State of the Art and Future Trends - Multimedia Meeting Proceedings, 23 - 24 January 2003, Paris, France.
The purpose of the seminar was "to present a state of the art of the subject under two major aspects:
and to bring together public and private experts and managers involved (institutions, librarians, publishers, scientific societies...). The intention is to provide for all interested parties an overview of the situation concerning access to scientific and technical information. The outcome, as well as providing information and planning data for the sponsoring bodies [was] intended to provide input to the ITU/UNESCO activities surrounding the Word Summit on the Information Society."
"The term 'open access' is used in the context of this seminar to encompass all the developments affecting access to STM information. It includes technical, organisational, economic, legal and policy aspects. The overall concept therefore involves authors, publishers (primary and secondary), funding bodies, information service providers, technical standards developers, public authorities, policy makers and international agencies concerned with development."
For further information, please see <http://www.inist.fr/openaccess/en/programme.php>.
Calls for Participation
VRD 2003, The Virtual Reference Desk 5th Annual Conference, "Reference Roundup", Fall of 2003, San Antonio, Texas, USA. Call for Proposals. The deadline for submission will become available in February 2003 at <http://www.vrd.org/>.
"The Virtual Reference Desk will soon be accepting proposals for the 5th Annual Digital Reference Conference in San Antonio, TX, in the fall of 2003."
"This conference explores the nature of Internet-based question-and-answer service within a broad range of contexts, including libraries and information centers, government, business, education, and other industry sectors or organizations, as well as the specific issues involved in providing any type of digital reference service. Authors are encouraged to examine issues, identify practices, and propose organizational and technological systems, standards, and practices that advance the state of reference librarianship as practiced in a digital environment."
"Authors are encouraged to submit papers for publication in the peer-reviewed conference proceedings to be published by Neal-Schuman Publishers."
"A detailed call for papers, including suggested themes and topics, will be posted to the VRD Web site (www.vrd.org), as well as to DIG_REF and other reference listservs, in February 2003."
DAFx-03, 6th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects, 8 - 11 September 2003, London, United Kingdom. Call for Papers. The exact deadline for submission is not yet available but could be as early as April 2003.
"DAFx appeals to researchers and practitioners in digital audio and digital music processing with poster and spoken presentation sessions over 3 days. Topics include:
Meeting rooms will be made available, by prior arrangement only, for any projects (EU or otherwise) on the Monday and Friday either side of DAFx.
For additional information, please see <http://www.elec.qmul.ac.uk/dafx03/>.
EEI21 - 2003, Ethics of Electronic Information in the 21st Century (EEI21) Symposium, 23 - 26 October 2003, Memphis, Tennessee, USA. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 4 April 2003.
"In its sixth year in 2002, EEI21 - MEMPHIS continues to be a scholarly symposium which treats a wide variety of issues relating to electronic information and information technology. EEI21 - MEMPHIS offers a generous amount of time for discussion and reflection among participants. Attractive also are the amenities of the symposium site, Fogelman Executive Center on the campus of The University of Memphis."
Abstracts of the EEI21 - 2002 are available at <http://www.memphis.edu/ethics21/02eei/02abs.htm>.
For additional information, please see <http://www.memphis.edu/ethics21/03eei/>.
National Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education Digital Library (NSDL), National Science Foundation. Program Solicitation. The deadline for submission of full proposals is 21 April 2003. Letters of Intent are optional but if submitted are due by 12 March 2003.
"Building on work supported under the multi-agency Digital Libraries Initiative, this program aims to establish a national digital library that will constitute an online network of learning environments and resources for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education at all levels. In FY2003, the program will accept proposals in three tracks:
For additional information, please see <http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2003/nsf03530/nsf03530.htm>.
ISMIR 2003, The International Conferences on Music Information Retrieval and Related Activities, 26 - 30 October 2003, Washington, D.C., USA. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission of full proposals is 25 April 2003.
"The annual ISMIR Conference is [an] international forum for those involved in work on accessing digital musical materials. It reflects the tremendous growth of music-related data available either locally or remotely through networks and the consequent need to search this content and retrieve music and musical information efficiently and effectively."
"This area presents vast challenges for those who need to organize and structure musical data, provide tools to search and retrieve, and use these tools efficiently. Music representation needs to be multi-dimensional and time-dependent; audio data is voluminous, requiring particular care in storage and transmission while preserving quality; the need for descriptive information about what is musically significant addresses a large spectrum of internal and external characteristics, from acoustic to musicological and cultural features; intellectual property rights issues (about what can be made available to whom and how) are complex, involve a variety of individuals and organizations, and vary from country to country."
"ISMIR 2003 solicits original contributions in the following domains, as they apply to music information retrieval (this is a non-exclusive list):
For additional information, please see <http://ismir2003.ismir.net/>.
DC2003, 2003 Dublin Core Conference, Supporting Communities of Discourse and PracticeMetadata Research and Applications, 28 September - 2 October 2003, Seattle, Washington, USA. Call for Papers and Posters. The deadline for submission is 3 May 2003.
"Metadata is fundamental to persons, organizations, machines, and an array of enterprises that are increasingly turning to the Web and electronic communication for disseminating and accessing information. Substantiating this growth is the development of metadata schemas supporting projects ranging from restricted corporate Web sites to freely accessible digital libraries; experimentation with a range of metadata creation tools and techniques; advancements in the development of the Semantic Web; and an unprecedented coalescence of diverse communities with a vested interest in resource management and discovery."
"Today, researchers, implementers and practioners engage in joint projects to facilitate metadata initiatives furthering our knowledge in this area. The DC-2003 Conference theme Supporting Communities of Discourse and PracticeMetadata Research and Applications provides an infrastructure for researchers to share inquiries, research methodologies, and results from their latest studies and for system implementers to share application developments, evaluations, and to display their tools through the DC-Lab. Following the open spirit of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI), DC-2003 is open to researchers, system implementers, metadata practitioners, administrators, and others wanting to engage in a dialog to advance the discourse and practice of metadata research and applications."
For additional information, please see <http://dc2003.ischool.washington.edu/index.html>.
2003 International Conference on CYBERWORLDS, 3 - 5 December 2003, Singapore. Call for Submission. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 5 May 2003.
"Cyberworlds are information worlds being formed on the web either intentionally or spontaneously, with or without design. As information worlds, they are either virtual or real, and can be both. In terms of information modelling, the theoretical ground for the cyberworlds is far above the level of integrating spatial database models and temporal database models. This conference will deal with large distributed information worlds in the web as well as methods and tools used for creating such worlds. The conference topics include but are not limited to the following areas:
Philosophy and disciplines; Methodologies of cybergenesis; Cyberworlds and their impact on the real world; Cyberethics and cyberlaws; Cybersecurity; Datamining and warehousing in cyberworlds; Distributed simulation; Distributed virtual environments; Shared and virtual worlds; Simulation and visualisation for cyberpresentations; Computer vision and augmented reality for cyberworlds; Intelligent agents and robotics.
Bioinformatics for cyberlife and medicine; Healthcare in cyberworlds; Cyberworlds for bioengineering; Cyberinformation systems; E-business in cyberworlds; Cyberworlds for education; Cyberworlds for manufacturing; Cyber fairs; Cyber museums; Cyber parenting; Multi-user web games"
"CW2003 will provide an opportunity for scientists, engineers, and researchers from around the world to share the latest research, ideas, and developments in these fields."
For additional information, please see <http://www.ntu.edu.sg/sce/cw2003/cw2003.htm>.
Cross Language Evaluation Forum (CLEF) 2003 Call for Participation. The deadline for participant submissions is 15 May 2003.
"The Cross Language Evaluation Forum (CLEF) series of system evaluation campaigns aims at promoting research and development in Cross-Language Information Retrieval. Registration is now open for CLEF 2003."
"The objective of CLEF 2003 will be to test different aspects of mono- and cross-language information retrieval system performance. There will be six main tracks and two pilot experiments:
"The CLEF test collection has been extended for CLEF 2003. The main multilingual corpus consists of newspaper and newswire documents for Dutch, British and American English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish for 1994-1995. We hope to be able to add Russian negotiations are still under way. A new English/German parallel collection of social science documents (GIRT-4) is also available."
"Topic sets will be provided in a number of additional languages including Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese."
Data Release took place - 30 January 2003
Topic Release - 15 March 2003
Submission of Runs by Participants - 15 May 2003
Release of relevance assessments and individual results - 1 July 2003
Submission of paper for Working Notes - 20 July 2003
Workshop - 21-22 August (in conjunction with ECDL 2003)
For full details on the CLEF Agenda and Task Description for 2003 and instructions on How to Participate, see <http://www.clef-campaign.org>.
For further information, contact:
Carol Peters - ISTI-CNR
Tel: +39 050 315 2987
Fax: +39 050 315 2810
WRSM 2003, Workshop on Reliable and Secure Middleware, 3 - 7 November 2003, Sicily, Italy. Part of DOA 2003. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 15 June 2003.
"The purpose of this one-day workshop is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners from both industry and academia to discuss the latest practices in building reliable and secure distributed object infrastructures, to explore ways of making today's middleware technologies more robust, and to investigate the enhancement of existing reliable, secure middleware with other '-ilities'."
"The Workshop solicits contributions on topics related to, but not limited to, the following:
For additional information, please see <http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~priya/DOA2003/WRSM.html>.
DOA/OBASE/CoopIS 2003, International Federated Conferences, "On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems and Ubiquitous Computing", 3 - 7 November 2003, Sicily, Italy. Call for Papers. The submission deadline for each conference is 15 June 2003.
"All three conferences are about the distributed and ubiquity aspects of modern computing systems, and the resulting application-pull created by the Internet and the so-called 'Semantic Web'. For DOA'03, the primary emphasis is on the distributed object infrastructure; for ODBASE'03, it is on the knowledge bases and methods required for enabling semantical use; and for CoopIS'03, it is on the interaction of such technology and methods within an organization or network of organizations. As they must, these subject areas overlap and, in fact, the organizers specifically welcome submissions in any of the areas that also emphasize the envisaged impact on or from relevant issues in the others. To stimulate this cross-pollination, a common program of representative keynote speakers, a joint tutorial program, and a common Industry Track that runs parallel with the entire event are being assembled."
For additional information, please see <http://www.cs.rmit.edu.au/fedconf/>.
Digital Library Competence Center, March - April Courses, Piza, Italy.
"The aim of the Digital Library Competence Center is to provide specific user communities with access to advanced digital library technologies, services, expertise and knowledge which will allow them to take-up these technologies and services...Courses at the Digital Library Competence Center are addressed to librarians, archivists, scholars and technicians and offer direct experience of advanced digital library testbeds." Upcoming courses include:
For additional information, please see <http://dlibcenter.iei.pi.cnr.it>.
Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing and Digital Photography, Second International Conference, London, United Kingdom. Please note: in order to be included as part of The Physics Congress, the date has been changed to 24 - 25 March 2003 (instead of 3 - 4 April as originally advertised).
"Following the successful October 2000 conference entitled Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing , this second two-day conference for conservators of print and textiles will examine progress in research on inks, substrates and processes used for producing digital prints and photographs for archival storage. "As well as digitally printed materials from the world of fine arts, the growth of digital photography is now introducing new photographic media into the archival system. The aims of this conference are to inform those responsible for the preservation of digitally printed material about developments in digital photography and printing technologies, the progress in research on inks and substrates and their significance for conservation and preservation issues. As with the last conference our aim is also to develop links between industry and the preservation world."
"Once again, the conference will be jointly organised by the London College of Printing and Camberwell College of Arts (The London Institute, England), together with the Printing, Papermaking and Packaging Group of the Institute of Physics, and in association with the Institute of Paper Conservation...The event is aimed at an international audience of conservators, preservation personnel, conservation scientists, photographers, the digital printing industry and ink and paper R&D departments."
For more information, please see <http://physics.iop.org/IOP/Congress/2003/Conferences/Printing.html>.
Texas Library Association, Libraries: Freedom in Action, 1 - 4 April 2003, Houston, Texas, USA.
"This year's conference in Houston celebrates libraries as centers of democracy and citizenship. Libraries: Freedom in Action highlights the profound function of information and open debate in a free society"
Extensive detail is available at <http://www.txla.org/conference/conf.html>.
CFP 2003, 13th Annual Conference on Computers, Freedom & Privacy, Freedom to Move Think and Speak!, 1 - 4 April 2003, New York, New York, USA.
"This year's program is shaping up to be an exciting gathering. Topics planned for inclusion include the Pentagon's Total Information Awareness program, encryption, biotechnology and the international movement of information. The speakers will be exciting, but so will the casual conversation in the corridors."
"We are planning on a global focus, befitting the global Internet, and I am pleased to announce that George Radwanski, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has already agreed to give a keynote address. (Yes, there is a Privacy Commissioner in North America!) Stay tuned to the CFP web site for the full conference program."
For additional information, please see <http://www.cfp2003.org/>.
ELAG 2003, 27th Library Systems Seminar, Cross Language Applications and the Web, European Library Automation Group, 2 - 4 April 2003, Bern, Switzerland.
"The meetings aim at in depth discussions of particular library automation topics and at the promotion of informal exchange of ideas and experience. The topics covered are technical and meant for participants with a computing background."
"The ELAG seminars consist of four parts:
"A number of papers are given about the main theme of the meeting, for example: 'The virtual library', 'Document publishing and delivery', 'Object oriented approach', etc.. New automation projects in the participating institutes and countries are presented and discussed. The applications operational at the organization hosting the seminar get particular attention. Each ELAG-member participates in a very dynamic way in the different activities organized."
For additional information, please see <http://www.elag.org/elag2003/>.
Copyright in the Digital Age: Challenges Facing the Academy, 3 - 4 April 2003, Greenbelt, Maryland, USA. Seating is limited.
"Higher education institutions are facing an increasing number of issues in an attempt to comply with copyright law and also maintain an atmosphere that promotes learning and academic freedom."
"Seminar participants will discuss with expert presenters and panelists the following critical issues and topics:
"This 1.5 day seminar will explore the most pressing issues facing higher education and the use of copyrighted works. Each participant will receive materials that provide an introduction to and overview of relevant legislation and position papers on the topics discussed
For additional information, please see <http://www.umuc.edu/odell/cip/seminar/>.
8th Annual Search Engine Meeting, The Synergy between Search, Systems and Information, 7 - 8 April 2003, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
"The Search Engines Meetings bring together commercial search engine developers, academics and corporate professionals to learn from each other."
To view the detailed program and for additional information, please see <http://www.infonortics.com/searchengines/index.html>.
Scholarly Publishing and Archiving on the Web: New Opportunities, 7 April 2003, Albany, New York, USA. The deadline for registration is 1 April 2003.
"The nature of academic publishing and scholarly communication is undergoing a profound shift as digital full-text and image files are becoming the norm. Using repositories linked to world-wide networks, scholars can easily distribute articles, data, and images to interested colleagues everywhere. Commercial publishing is no longer the only option for insuring that important work is seen by disciplinary peers and the general scholarly community."
The symposium "will explore emerging models for Web publishing and archiving electronic scholarship using institutional venues" and will present several options for facilitating self-publishing and institutional archiving by scholars. Professor Steven Harnad, Director of the Cognitive Sciences Centre of the University of Southampton, will present the keynote talk regarding scholarly publishing and archiving. Dr. Simeon Warner from Cornell University, Nancy Harm from Luna Imaging Inc., Professor Rob Kling from Indiana University, Maria Bonn, Director of the Scholarly Publishing Office of the University of Michigan, Susan Gibbons, Director of Digital Library Initiatives from the University of Rochester Libraries and Professor Timothy Stephen from the University at Albany Communications Department will discuss the issues and implications of scholarly electronic publishing, and creating repositories.
Sponsored by the University Libraries, the Office of the Provost and the Office of the Vice President for Research, University at Albany, the symposium is free for current faculty, staff, and students of the University at Albany, and $50.00 for the general public, which includes a buffet lunch.
Long-term Preservation of Databases, ERPANET, Electronic Resource Preservation and Access Network, 9 - 11 April 2003, Bern, Switzerland.
"Databases have been, and continue to be, a key technology for the storage, organisation, and interrogation of information. While the value of other types of digital information has been highlighted in recent years, databases and the information they contain have been sidelined. Their preservation is of high concern as they are often either irreplaceable or of such value that replacement would be prohibitively expensive."
"The workshop will cover the entire process of database preservation: selection, appraisal, preservation, description, and access. Technical solutions will occupy an important place in the workshop and archival requirements will also be addressed."
"Different institutional approaches will be presented and key areas of difficulty and success offered. Breakout sessions will focus on some of these identified areas, and attempt to posit solutions and strategies for this difficult challenge."
"Erpaworkshops are expert[-level] meetings to promote and develop new approaches to preservation challenges. Participation is encouraged from specialists in the archival, scientific, and IT spheres, and those with theoretical and/or practical experience in the field of database preservation."
For additional information, please see <http://www.erpanet.org/>.
Future proof: delivering scientific archives in the twenty-first century, 9 - 11 April 2003, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.
Sponsored by the Commission on Bibliography and Documentation of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science, CASE (Cooperation on the Archives of Science in Europe) and Edinburgh University Library, "the meeting is interested in pursuing a range of issues in contemporary scientific archives:"
For additional information, please see <http://www.bath.ac.uk/ncuacs/Edinconference.htm>.
ACRL 11th National Conference, Learning to Make a Difference, Association of College and Research Libraries, 10 - 13 April 2003, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.
"Emphasis on active participation in programs from which participants 'will take something home' is the challenge put forth to the co-chairs of the various subcommittees. They have responded with the exciting and provocative conference theme of Learning to Make a Difference and six conference tracks that reflect the dynamics and diversity of academic and research librarianship in the 21st Century...Effective 'learning' is an active verbnot a passive noun. Therefore, we invite you to submit proposals for programs encouraging active engagement and to come prepared to participate."
"Six theme tracks will explore the need for academic and research librarians to anticipate and prepare for transformations in the profession and should encourage innovative ways to create and implement change." Proposals covering more than one theme track have been encouraged.
For additional information, please see <http://www.ala.org/acrl/charlotte/>.
Buying & Selling eContent, 13 - 15 April 2003, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA.
"If you buy or sell (or distribute or market) content in the electronic marketplace, plan now to attend Buying & Selling eContent 2003. Join the content eliteyour counterparts, business partners, and industry leadersin focused, lively, high-energy sessions about the challenging issues you are facing together in this growing industry...."
For additional information, please see <http://www.buy-sell-econtent.com/>.
Microfilming and Digitisation for Preservation, LIBER Workshop, 14 - 15 April 2003, The Hague, The Netherlands.
"Over the last years the role of microfilming in collection management has been somewhat overshadowed by the rise of digitization. Digitization has rapidly become popular as a way to open up collections for wider use, but its role in preservation of collections remains as yet debatable. Microfilming has long been an established surrogating method for preservation purposes, but seems less attractive than digitization in terms of access."
"This workshop aims to clarify the position of microfilming and digitization by presenting an overview of the possibilities and requirements for combining the two approaches in preservation projects. It will look at the technical and organizational issues involved in developing methods that exploit the strengths of both approaches in an economical manner. Topics like producing microfilm to standards that allow subsequent digitization and the production of microfilms from digital masters will be discussed."
For additional information, please see <http://www.kb.nl/coop/liber/>.
Web Development with XML: Design and Application, Association of Research Libraries (ARL), 16 - 18 April 2003, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.
"Taught by seasoned SGML and XML developers from Brown University and University of Virginia libraries, this five-day workshop will explore XML with specific consideration of how it is used and might be used in the creation of digital content for libraries. While there will be some lecture, the primary source of learning will come from hands-on demonstration and experimentation...Although this is an introductory course aimed at the XML beginner, some familiarity with the theory and practice of markup (HTML, SGML) is expected, as are strong basic computing skills."
"Topics to be covered include:
For additional information, please see <http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/training/xml/jan2003/index.html>.
Emerging Visions for Access in the 21st Century Library, DAI Institute, 21 - 22 April 2003, San Francisco, California, USA. Attendance is limited to the first 125 individuals who register.
"CLIR and the University of California will present the second Documentation Abstracts, Inc. (DAI) Institute for Information Science. This year's institute will focus on visions of the library that emphasize deep resource sharing, collaboration, and the effective and innovative uses of technologies. Speakers from the US, Denmark, and Australia will discuss emerging roles for the library as a civic institution, the challenges of serving multicultural communities in the US and abroad, and new models for stewardship."
For additional information, please see <http://www.clir.org/registration/DAI_2003.html>.
NDDL-2003, 3rd International Workshop on New Developments in Digital Libraries, 22 April 2003, Angers, France.
"The Digital Library field is an evolving one. New developments appear every day in the area and within related areas. This workshop intends to focus in application areas...and will serve as a forum to gather researchers, practitioners, students and anyone that works or studies the field. The workshop will expose new developments, and hopefully provide exchange of ideas and discussion on specific areas...The workshop will [encompass] invited talks and oral presentations of previously submitted papers that went through a double peer review process. The proceedings of the workshop will be published in the form of a book."
Topics of interest include, but have not been limited to:
For more information, please see <http://www.iceis.org/workshops/nddl/nddl2003-cfp.html>.
Book Conference 2003, From Creator to Consumer in A Digital Age, 22 - 24 April 2003, Cairns, Australia.
"The conference will address a range of critically important themes relating to the future of the book, as well as its past and the state of the book industry, books and reading today. Main speakers will include some of the world's leading thinkers and innovators in the areas of publishing, editing, librarianship, printing, authoring and information technologies, as well as numerous paper and workshop presentations by researchers and practitioners."
"This is a conference for any participant in the world of booksauthors, publishers, printers, librarians, IT specialists, book retailers, editors, literacy educators and academic researchers. All are encouraged to register and attend this significant and timely conference. A range of travel, tour and accommodation options is also available."
For additional information, please see <http://book-conference.com/>.
School for Scanning: Creating, Managing, and Preserving Digital Assets, presented by the Northeast Document Conservation Center, 23 - 25 April 2003, Los Angeles, California, USA
"The conference is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is cosponsored by Amigos Library Services, Inc., Imaging & Preservation Services; the Balboa Art Conservation Center; and the J. Paul Getty Trust."
"What is the School for Scanning? This conference provides current, essential information for collections managers who are seeking to create, manage, and preserve digital assets. Participants will leave the conference better equipped to make informed choices regarding management of their digital projects. Although significant technical content will be presented, this is not a technician-training program. Conference content will include:
"Who Should Attend? Administrators within cultural institutions, as well as librarians, archivists, curators, and other cultural or natural resource managers dealing with paper-based collections, including photographs, will find the School for Scanning conference highly relevant and worthwhile. Since the complexion of this conference evolves with the technology, it would be beneficial to attend even if you have participated in a previous School for Scanning. An audience of 300 or more attendees is expected."
"What does the Conference Cost? The cost of the conference is $365 for early bird registration postmarked on or before March 21, 2003, and $450 for late registration, deadline April 4, 2003. Participants will be responsible for all of their travel, meals, and lodging costs. For information about special hotel and airline fares, see the Registration Information at <http;//www.nedcc.org>. Registration applications will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis."
"For more information on registration for School for Scanning: Los Angeles, and a detailed agenda, please visit the NEDCC Website at <http;//www.nedcc.org>."
"Questions specifically concerning registration procedures and information should be directed to Ginny Hughes at <email@example.com>."
ICEIS 2003 - 5th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, 23 - 26 April 2003, Angers, France.
"The purpose of the 5th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS) is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in the advances and business applications of information systems. Four simultaneous tracks will be held, covering different aspects of Enterprise Information Systems Applications, including Enterprise Database Technology, Systems Integration, Artificial Intelligence, Decision Support Systems, Information Systems Analysis and Specification, Internet Computing and Electronic Commerce. Human factors issues in the development of these applications are also considered."
Main topic areas are:
"ICEIS focuses on real world applications and authors [have been] asked to highlight the benefits of Information Technology for industry and services. Ideas on how to solve business problems, using IT, will arise from the conference. Papers describing advanced prototypes, systems, tools and techniques and general survey papers indicating future directions [have also been] encouraged. Papers describing original work [were] invited and acceptance [has been] based on quality, relevance and originality. Both full research reports and work-in-progress reports [have been] welcome. There will be both oral and poster sessions...Special sessions dedicated to case-studies and commercial presentations, as well as tutorials dedicated to technical/scientific topics [were] also envisaged."
For more information, please see <http://www.iceis.org/>.
New Media, Technology and Everyday Life in Europe Conference, 5th RTD Framework Programme of the EU, 23 - 26 April 2003, London, United Kingdom.
"The Fifth RTD Framework Programme of the EU, Creating a User-friendly Information Society, has as its main objective the realisation of the "benefits of the information society for Europe both by accelerating its emergence and by ensuring that the needs of individuals and enterprises are met.'"
"The New Media, Technology and Everyday Life in Europe Conference addresses this agenda directly. It will ask three crucial questions which technology-driven conferences generally fail to address:
"The Conference builds on and expands a range of research activities funded by the EC 4th and 5th Framework Programme (2000-03), COST actions and IST Programmes. It is timely in its situation at the interface between 5th and 6th Framework Programmes. Above all, it draws on the research experience of the EMTEL network (http://www.emtel2.org)."
"The conference is intended as a forum for a high-level encounter between leading European academics in the field of media, new media and society, and more than forty doctoral and post-doctoral researchers (under the age of 36) who will be invited to present their research on the areas and themes covered by the conference."
For additional information, please see <http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/EMTEL/Conference/Index.htm>.
Networked World: Information Technology and Globalization, 24 April 2003, Santa Clara, California, USA.
"Information and communications technologies (ICT) are an important catalyst for globalization. By collapsing time and distance, they enable individuals and organizations to develop networks of interest that transcend national boundaries. They support the pursuit of private interests that are independent of local or community needs but, in doing so, risk insensitivity to local ways. ICTs increase the integration of production systems and markets, the speed of communications, and the velocity of capital flows with corresponding increases in complexity and volatility. In addition, by reducing the cost of search, the cost of knowledge, and transaction costs they contribute to a more frictionless global capitalist system which favors the swift, the well-educated, and the well-connected, while contributing to growing disparities. In the twenty-first century information infrastructures will differentiate the political and economic influence of countries, the performance of corporations, and the well-being of individuals across diverse cultural contexts."
"In many respects the pace of technological change and globalization are outstripping the pace of social and institutional change. Our networked world presents new challenges for the sociotechnical design of complex systems, for the sovereignty of nation states, and for social cohesion in a world of growing inequalities. These are 'big questions,' and they call for our urgent attention. The Center's April 24 conferenceNetworked World: Information Technology and Globalizationwill address these questions."
For additional information, please see <http://sts.scu.edu/globalization/>.
Can there be a Social Movement Informatics? 29 April 2003, Leeds, United Kingdom.
"Over the last two decades, the rapid spread of low cost ICT, and most particularly of the Internet, has opened up a range of opportunities for a range of socially-oriented movements and organisations. For example, women's, human rights, community, labour and more recently anti-globalisation and global justice groups are all developing ways of using ICT to further social ends, as have others with less desirable ends such as US hate groups and a variety of cults. Over a similar period, research into the use of information and information systems has highlighted the importance of social and organisational context in influencing patterns of technology use and development."
"The purpose of this workshop is to examine the idea of a 'social movement informatics', and explore whether it constitutes a distinct area of study analogous with, for example, health informatics, community informatics or environmental informatics. We seek to address questions such as: Do the various contexts, values and ways of working of social movements have enough in common with each other, and distinctiveness from the business-oriented mainstream of much informatics research, to warrant specific study? What are the distinguishing features of a social movement informatics? What are the main current topics of interest in such a social movement informatics?"
"The workshop is being organised by...the Social Movement Informatics Research Group a nascent group of researchers, from the School of Information Management, Leeds Metropolitan University."
For additional information, please see <http://www.uib.no/mailman/private/newmedia-ann/2002-December/000778.html>.
NET2003, Teaming Up to Make Effective IT Policy, 30 April - 1 May 2003, Washington, D.C., USA.
"Major investments and technical breakthroughs have combined to make data communications the most important new medium of the past decade. The annual Networking conferences provide the premier forum for higher education information technology leaders to gather to discuss policy and practical issues associated with advancing networking technologies and usage, and to launch and report on major initiatives. The Networking 2003 conference will bring together leaders from higher education and federal, regional, and state governments to review and evaluate network policy issues, emerging network applications, and the organizational, institutional, and economic opportunities posed by federal government, public, and private sector network development efforts."
"People who should attend this conference include campus chief information officers, college and university government relations professionals, campus librarians, computer science faculty members, and government policy leaders engaged in federal information technology issues."
For additional information, please see <http://www.educause.edu/conference/networking/2003/>.
PAKDD 2003, Seventh Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, 30 April - 2 May 2003, Seoul, Korea.
"The Seventh Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining PAKDD-03) will provide international forums to share original research results and development experiences by bringing both academic researchers and industry practitioners from different KDD related areas such as data mining, data warehousing, machine learning, databases, statistics, knowledge acquisition and discovery, data visualization, and knowledge-based systems. It will follow the success of PAKDD held in major locations by bringing together participants from universities, industry and government."
For additional information, please see <http://aitrc.kaist.ac.kr/~pakdd03/>.
Eighth International Summer School on the Digital Library, August 2003, Tilburg, The Netherlands.
"In the summer of 2003, the International Summer School on the Digital Library will be held for the eighth year in a row. This year, the Summer School will consist of three courses that will be held at Tilburg University, the Netherlands. Every year, the Summer School is updated to respond to the most recent developments."
"So far, 440 librarians from 52 different countries have attended the very successful Summer School. Last year, more then 90 per cent indicated they would recommend the Summer School to colleagues in the field."
"Course 1: Leaders� Visions on the Library of the Future
(Tilburg, 11 August - 12 August 2003)
This new course aims to discuss and develop visions for the future, thus enabling library managers to anticipate trends when developing their strategic plans and library policies. Course director is Hans Geleijnse, Director of Information Service and Systems at the European University Institute in Florence. This course aims at library managers/directors, other senior managers, and those aspiring to these positions, from academic and research libraries. The course also targets senior managers from publishing houses."
"The subject will be approached from different points of view, the chief ones being IT developments relevant to libraries, the future of electronic publishing, e-learning, and e-science, supporting collaborative work, better focused services (customisation and personalization), keeping up with the customer (user behaviour, usage, and statistics), the problems of e-only and digital archiving, surviving is co-operating, organisational and staff development, and strategic planning in the 21st century."
"Course 2: Change: Making it Happen in your Library
(Tilburg, 13 August - 15 August)
The course aims to identify new opportunities for libraries, to support librarians in developing a vision, and to provide librarians with tools to initiate a change in their own organisation. Course director is Jan Wilkinson, University Librarian and Keeper of the Brotherton Collection at Leeds University Library. The programme is designed for library managers/directors, deputy librarians/directors, and other senior managers involved in strategic change in academic and research libraries."
"The following subjects will be dealt with: the changing outside world, library vision, new ways of supporting research and learning, strategic planning, models and frameworks for change management, managing the process of change, organisational change, managing resistance, communication, human resource aspects of change, human resource management, and improvement programmes."
"Course 3: Libraries, Electronic Resources, and Electronic Publishing
(Tilburg, 25 August - 27 August)
Hans Geleijnse, Director of Information Service and Systems at the European University Institute in Florence is the director of this course which aims to support university and research libraries in the current transitional phase and to identify new roles and opportunities for them. The course is designed for library managers/directors, IT or systems librarians, licensing officers, and digital library project managers from academic and research libraries. The course is highly relevant for publishers."
"The following themes will be dealt with: changes in the information chain, new roles for publishers, the library as an information gateway and publisher, the economics of journal publishing, copyright, licensing and library consortia, the art of negotiation, electronic pre-prints and document servers, preservation and digital archiving, and reference linking."
Many international experts will present lectures and case studies. As the course programmes are still under development, we cannot yet give you a full list of our lecturers, but the following speakers confirmed their participation:
"Group discussions and workshops will enable participants to apply the new information to their own situation. A detailed programme is available via Ticer�s website: <http://www.ticer.nl/summer03>."
"The Summer School will be organised by Ticer B.V. (Tilburg Innovation Centre for Electronic Resources) in co-operation with Tilburg University, the European University Institute in Italy and the University of Leeds in the UK."
Ms. Jola Prinsen
P.O. Box 4191
5004 JD Tilburg
DEXA 2003 Events - DEXA 2003, DaWaK 2003, EC-Web 2003, EGOV 2003, HoloMAS 2003, 1 - 5 September 2003, Prague, Czech Republic. Call for Papers. Submissions for deadlines per conference are:
For more information please see <http://www.dexa.org/dexa2003/index.php?include=main.php>.
JCDL 2003 3rd ACM+IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 27 - 31 May 2003, Houston, Texas, USA. Call for short papers, posters, workshops and demonstrations. The deadline for submission is 20 February 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.jcdl.org/jcdl03/>.
8th Interlending and Document Supply International Conference - Breaking barriers: reaching users in a digital world, 28 - 31 October 2003, Canberra, Australia. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 21 February 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.nla.gov.au/ilds/index.html>.
Closing Gaps in the Digital Divide Regional Conference on Digital GMS, 26 - 28 February 2003, Bangkok, Thailand. For more information, please see <http://www.ait.ac.th/digital_gms/GenInfo.asp>.
LIANZA Conference 2003, 7 - 10 October 2003, Napier, New Zealand. Call for Abstracts and Proposals. The deadline for submission is 28 February 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.confer.co.nz/lianza2003/>.
ALT-C 2003, 10th International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology, 8 - 10 September 2003, Sheffield, United Kingdom. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 1 March 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.shef.ac.uk/alt/>.
RENCON, a Workshop on Methods for Automatic Music Performance and Their Applications in a Public Rendering Contest, held at the 18th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), 11 August 2003, Acapulco, Mexico. Call for Musical Contest Participants and Paper Submissions. The deadline for application is 1 March 2003. For additional information, please see <http://shouchan.ei.tuat.ac.jp/~rencon/IJCAI-03/>.
4th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, Internet Research (IR) 4.0: Broadening the Band, 16 - 19 October 2003, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 1 March 2003. For additional information, please see <http://aoir.org/2003/>.
CMMR 2003, Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval 2003, 26 - 27 May 2003, Montpellier, France. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 1 March 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.cs.aue.auc.dk/cmmr2003/>.
Libraries Without Walls 5: The Distributed Delivery of Library and Information Services, Centre for Research in Library and Information Management (CERLIM), 19 - 23 September 2003, Aegean Island of Lesvos, Greece. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 3 March 2003. All inquiries should be addressed to the organisers: Libraries Without Walls 5 Conference, Centre for Research in Library and Information Management (CERLIM), Department of Information and Communications, Manchester Metropolitan University, Geoffrey Manton Building, Rosamond Street West, off Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6LL, United Kingdom, <[email protected]>, (Tel) ++44 (0)161 247 6142, (Fax) ++44 (0) 161 247 6979.
7th Annual KMWorld & Intranets 2003, 14 - 16 October 2003, Santa Clara, California, USA. Call for Speakers. The deadline for submission is 4 March 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.kmworld.com/kmw03/CallforPapers.cfm>.
ECDL 2003, 7th European Conference on Digital Libraries, 17 - 22 August 2003, Trondheim, Norway. Call for Papers. The deadline for submission is 10 March 2003. For a detailed list of topics and other conference information, please see <http://www.ecdl2003.org/>.
RIDE-MLIM 2003, 13th International Workshop on Research Issues on Data Engineering: Multi-lingual Information Management, 10 - 11 March 2003, Hyderabad, India. For additional information, please see <http://www.iiit.net/conferences/ride2003.html>.
NERCOMP 2003, North East Regional Computing Program 2003 Annual Conference, "Balancing the New, the Old, and the Unexpected, 16 - 18 March 2003, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. For additional information, please see <http://www.educause.edu/conference/nercomp/2003/>.
2nd International Conference on Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing and Digital Photography, part of The Physics Congress 2003, 24 - 25 March 2003, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. For additional information, please see <http://physics.iop.org/IOP/Congress/2003/Conferences/Printing.html>.
Educause 2003 Midwest Regional Conference, Strategic IT Leadership in challenging Times, 24 - 26 March 2003, Chicago, Illinois, USA. For additional information, please see <http://www.educause.edu/conference/mwrc/2003/>.
IUC23, 23rd Internationalization & Unicode Conference, Unicode, Internationalization and the Web: The Global Connection, 24 - 26 March 2003, Prague, Czech Republic. For additional information, please see <http://www.unicode.org/iuc/iuc23/>.
Internet Librarian International 2003, Connecting Content and Technology, 25 - 27 March 2003, Birmingham, United Kingdom. (New city, new venue) For additional information, please see <http://www.internet-librarian.com/>.
Technoscience, Material Culture, and Everyday Life, 26 - 29 March 2003, Hong Kong, China. For additional information, please see <http://logic.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/~b105685/2003con.htm>.
Networking Multimedia Resources, Open Archives Forum, 27 - 29 March 2003, Berlin, Germany. For additional information, please see <http://www.oaforum.org/workshops/berl_invitation.php>.
FORO 2003 - Freedom Beyond Borders: Information Networking in Action, 28 - 30 March 2003, Houston, Texas, USA. For additional information, please see <http://library.tamu.edu/FORO/>.
DRH 2003 Conference, Digital Resources for the Humanities, 31 August - 3 September, Cheltenham, United Kingdom. Call for Proposals. The deadline for submission is 31 March 2003. For additional information, please see <http://www.glos.ac.uk/humanities/content.asp?sid=6>.
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