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Fwd: Proceedings of Stockholm Meeting - European Science Open Forum;session on science publishing

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  • Subject: Fwd: Proceedings of Stockholm Meeting - European Science Open Forum;session on science publishing
  • From: Pete Strickland <ps@iucr.org>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 14:41:52 +0100
  • Organization: IUCr


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Subject: Proceedings of Stockholm Meeting - European Science Open Forum; 
session on science publishing
Date: Thursday 14 October 2004 9:59 am
From: Barry Mahon <barry.mahon@IOL.IE>
To: ICSTI-L@DTIC.MIL

At this URL http://www.esof2004.org/programme_events/session_papers.asp

you will find the proceedings of this Forum whoich included the following 
sessions:

1.  Spreading the word: who profits from scientific publishing?

Organiser: Françoise Praderie, Observatoire de Paris and Siméon Anguelov, 
UNESCO Consultant, France
Speakers: Wilhelm Krull, Hans Dieter Daniel, Roger Elliott, Pierre Baruch, 
Sally Morris, Hélène Bosc and Frank Gannon
Held: 2004-08-26 at 14:45-18:15

PDF-file (cover), summary and bios
PDF-file (content), summary and bios

  and

2. The open access revolution
Organisers: Helen Doyle, Public Library of Science, USA and Jan Velterop, 
BioMed Central Ltd Current Science Group London, UK
Speakers: Helen Doyle, Jan Velterop, Richard Durbin, Barend Mons, Luisa 
Dillner, Robert Terry and David Prosser
Held: 2004-08-25 at 14:45-17:45

PDF-file (abstract), Helen Doyle
PPT-presentation, Helen Doyle
PPT-presentation, Jan Velterop
PPT-presentation, Richard Durbin
PPT-presentation, Barend Mons
PPT-presentation, Luisa Dillner
PPT-presentation, Robert Terry
PPT-presentation, David Prosser

The site has, as you can see, the full texts of some of the papers, including 
one from Helene Bosc entitled "In a paperless world a new role for academic 
libraries: Providing Open Access" and "Who owns Scientific Data? The impact 
of Intellectual Property
Rights on the Scientific publication chain" by Roger Elliot.

Bye, Barry


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