TERENA Networking Conference 2000    
         
         
   

Session 2B

E-Publishing
Chair: Manfred Bogen, German National Research Center for Information Technology (GMD), Germany

Under E-publishing we understand a continuous process where each document is planned, created, reviewed, revised, published, archived, indexed, and finally maintained only by means of computers, i.e. in electronic form. Digital libraries are very important sources of structured, well-organised and well-stored information in electronic format. E-publishing is part of the normal work in a digital library in order to link information producers, publishers, and consumers.

This session begins with a presentation about scientific publication in general. The next two talks address the management of a digital library by tools for content providers and librarians without special computer training and finally the construction of a digital library by means of agent technology.

2B1   Electronic Meets the Quill: Changes in Scientific Publication
         Frank Gannon, European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)
          - Abstract - Slides (57KB)

2B2   Submission and Repository Management of Digital Libraries,
         Using WWW

         Sarantos Kapidakis, National Documentation Centre / National
         Hellenic Research Foundation and Greg Karvounarakis, University of
         Crete and ICS-FORTH, Greece - Abstract - Paper - Slides
         (1.88MB)

2B3   An Agent Architecture for a Virtual Research Digital Library
         Pedro Isaias, The Portuguese Open University, Portugal
         - Abstract - Paper - Slides (133KB)

   
         
   

 

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