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7th North Carolina Serials Conference, March 1998 Eleanor Cook 26 Jan 1998 18:12 UTC

Consider this from Carol Nicholson - I am just sending along -
Thanks -Eleanor
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 1998 12:50:26 -0500 (Eastern Standard Time)
From: Carol Avery Nicholson (UNC-Chapel Hill Law Library)
Subject: North Carolina Serials Conference


        "The Seamless Interface:  Weaving Serials Partnerships"

                        March 5 - 6, 1998
        The William and Ida Friday Continuing Education Center
                        Chapel Hill, NC

                        PRELIMINARY AGENDA

 Thursday, March 5, 1998

8:30 - 9:00     Registration/Continental Breakfast

9:00 -9:15      Welcome and Introduction

9:15 - 10:15    Keynote Address
                Clifford Lynch, Executive Director
                Coalition for Networked Information

10:30 - 11:45   Breakout Session One

                A.   Maximizing the Web for Serialists
                NASIG Continuing Education Committee Sponsoree--
                Margaret A. Rioux, Information Systems Librarian
                Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

                B.  Cataloging Electronic Serials
                Elaine Drusedow,  Serials Catalog Librarian
                Duke University

                C.  Claiming and Database Maintenance: Serial Housekeeping
                Arlene Hanerfeld, Head, Technical Services
                UNC Wilmington

                Nancy Gibbs, Assistant Head, Acquisitions
                NCSU Libraries

11:45 - 12:45   Buffet Luncheon in the Trillium Room, The Friday  Center

12:45 - 2:00    Breakout Session Two
                Repeat of morning sessions.

2:00 - 2:45     Electronic Government Information:
                Nailing Cyber-Jello to the Wall
                Mary Alice Baish
                Assistant Washington Affairs Representative
                American Association of Law Libraries

2:45 - 3:00     Break

3:00 - 4:30     Wheeling and Dealing for Electronic Resources: A Panel
                Convener-Dr. Benjamin Speller, Dean,  NCCU-SLIS

                Julie Blume Nye,
                Network Development Consultant
                State Library of North Carolina

                Fran Staples, Account Manager
                Institute for Scientific Information

                Amy Dykeman, Associate Director for
                Administrative Services
                NCSU Libraries

                William Gray Potter
                Director of Libraries
                University of Georgia

Friday, March 6, 1997

8:00 - 8:30     Continental Breakfast

8:30 - 12:15    TALK! TALK! TALK !  Communicating to Develop Effective
                Partnerships: A Symposium

                Eleanor Cook, Facilitator
                Serials Specialist and Assistant Coordinator
                of Materials Processing,
                Appalachian State University

                James Coble, Director
                Library Information Systems
                Perkins Library, Duke University

                David Ferriero, University Librarian
                Perkins Library, Duke University

                Bruce Heterick, Director, Electronic Sales
                Blackwell's Information Services

                Jenny Kanji, Senior Account Executive

                Sherwin Rice, Director of Library Services
                Bladen County Public Library


The purpose of this conference is to explore the need for serialists to
communicate effectively with service providers, peer serials librarians,
administrators, library public, consortia, systems analysts, etc., and
forge mutually beneficial partnerships.  Speakers with diverse expertise
in the above mentioned areas will discuss methods and procedures that
serialists can utilize to effectively partner for "winning" situations for
all concerned.


The program will be held at The William and Ida Friday Continuing
Education Center.  The Friday Center offers state-of-the-art teaching
facilities in a comfortable and attractive environment conducive to
learning.  Services available at The Friday Center include a message desk
at 919-962-3000, a gift shop and espresso bar, lounge areas, and a walking
trail.  Smoking is not permitted in the building, but is allowed on the
patios.  Parking at The Friday Center is free for program participants and
public bus service is available.  A map is available at


Individuals with special requirements to accommodate a motor or sensory
impairment should indicate their needs on the registration form.


The program registration fee is $75.  The student registration fee is $30.
The fee includes continental breakfast, breaks and  Thursday's lunch.
Enrollment is limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis.  When
capacity is reached, registrants will be placed on a waiting list.


Participants may stay in the hotel of their choice while attending the
program.  Several hotels offering a variety of amenities are available in
the immediate vicinity.  The Best Western University Inn is closest to The
Friday Center, approximately one mile away.  Room rates are $80 for a
standard room with two double beds, $90 for a deluxe room with two double
beds and $70 for one queen bed.  The telephone number for the Best Western
University Inn is 919-932-3000.


For further information contact Cheryl Reddish or Wanda Rascoe at
NCCU:  919-560-6485 (voice) or 919-560-6402 (fax).

A Special Thank You is Extended to Those Who Helped Make This Conference

Educational Sponsors:

North Carolina Central University
School of Library and Information Sciences

North American Serials Interest Group
Continuing Education Committee

Corporate Sponsors:

Blackwell's Information Services
EBSCO Subscription Services
Faxon Subscription Services
Heckman Bindery, Inc.
ICI/Southeast Library Bindery

The Seamless Interface:  Weaving Serials Partnerships  March 5-6, 1998

 Please print or type name as it should appear on your name tag and
program roster:

Mailing Address:
City:_______________________State:____Zip Code:______
Phone______________    __________________
           Work              Home
Breakout session preferences:  __--_____A_______B_______C
Please indicate your first and second preference.

Please indicate accommodations and/or services you require to participate
in this program:  __________________________________________________

Registration Options:             $75 Full registration fee
                                  $30 Student registration fee

Payment must accompany registration.  Make checks payable to NCCU/SLIS and
mail with registration to:

School of Library & Information Sciences
North Carolina Central University
PO Box 19586
Durham, NC  27707