|What is the likely shape
of the library in 2005?
And how do we build
collections for it?
|The Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series
Keble College, Oxford University
July 20-22, 2000
|Sponsored by: The Charleston Company and Against the Grain
Hosted By: Blackwell's
With special thanks to: CatchWord, Ingenta ltd., Oxford University Press,
The Bodleian Library, The Taylor Institution
Speeches and Presentations (listed in order of program schedule):
JOHN AKEROYD, Licensing, Consortia and Technology: Where Will It All End? [PDF document (195 KB); word document (88 KB);
power point document (79 KB)]
JANIS M. BANDELIN, The E-Effect on the Libraries: Preservation, Transformation or Eradication? (Background paper) [PDF document (26 KB);
word document (38 KB)]
PETER BOYCE [personal Web page]
PETER BURNHILL, The Virtual Library: What does it mean? [power point document (517 KB)]
REG CARR, The Future of Libraries and Collections [PDF document (52 KB); word document (66 KB)]
CAROL ANN HUGHES, Obsolescence or resurgence?: The Monograph in the Academy [PDF document (61 KB); word document (45 KB);
power point document (56 KB)]
IRINA L. KLIM, Libraries and Library Collection in Russia: what they will be like in 2005 [PDF document (57 KB); word document (47 KB)]
DAVID KOHL, Shifting Approaches to Collection Development; Should We Bother Selecting Journals at All? [PDF document (527 KB);
power point document (928 KB)]
THØGER KRISTENSEN, Acquisitions Reengineering: Electronic Monograph Acquisition at Aalborg University Library [PDF document (54 KB);
power point document (78 KB)]
FREDERICK C. LYNDEN, Oxford 2000 Conference Conclusions [PDF document (26 KB); word document (41 KB)]
RONALD MILNE, Cooperation on Access: The UK Research Support Libraries Programme [PDF document (41 KB); power point document (82 KB)]
ERIC LEASE MORGAN, MyLibrary@NCState: The implementation of a User-Centered, Customizable Interface to a Library Collection
of Information Resources [PDF document (17 KB); word document (51 KB)]
RENÉ OLIVIERI, What's Left for Publishers To Do? A Humanities Publishers Perspective [PDF document (163 KB); power point
document (110 KB)]
CHRIS TYZACK, The Impact of New Models on the New Model Supplier [PDF document(22 KB); word document (39 KB)]
ANTHONY WATKINSONS [PDF document (20 KB); word document (35 KB)]
Thursday, July 20 2000
12:30-2:45 p.m. The Printers House, Great Clarendon Street, Oxford
Luncheon and Tour of Oxford University Press (Optional)
3:00-4:30 p.m. Bodleian Library, Oxford University
Guided Tour of the Bodleian Library (Optional)
6:00-7:00 p.m. 50 Broad Street, Oxford
Drinks at the Blackwell's Book Shop
Dinner at Keble College Dining Hall
Reg Carr, Director of Oxford University Library Services, Bodleys Librarian and Chairman of the Board, Research Libraries Group "The Future of Libraries and Collections"
Friday, July 21
Breakfast at Keble College Dining Hall
Herman Pabbruwe, CEO, Wolters Kluwer International Health& Science "Integrating Use of Online and Traditional Content"
(10:20-10:40 a.m.: Break)
Session One: What Users Want from Libraries Now and In the Future
Moderator: Leigh Watson Healy, Vice President & Lead Analyst, Education Market, Outsell, Inc.
Peter Boyce, Senior Consultant, American Astronomical Society
Paul Ayris, Director, Libarary Services, University College, London
Eric Lease Morgan, Network Technologies Dept. Librarian, N.C. State University and Developer, MYLibrary@NCState
Lunch at Keble College Dining Hall
Irina Klim, IRC Director, Consulate General of the U.S., St. Petersburg, Russia
(3:00-3:20 p.m.: Break)
Session Two: The Impact of the New Electronic Options and Formats
Moderator: Chris Beckett, Sales and Marketing Director, CatchWord
Carol Hughes, Director, Collections Management, Questia Media, Inc. "Obsolescence or resurgence?: The Monograph in the Academy"
Peter Burnhill, Team and Division Director, EDINA "The Virtual Library: what Does This Mean?"
David Kohl, Dean of Libraries, Univ. Of Cincinnati "Shifting Approaches to Collection Development; Should We Bother Selecting Journals at All?"
Rene Olivieri, Managing Director UK, Blackwell Publishers: "What's Left for Publishers To Do? A Humanities Publishers Perspective"
Reception at the Taylor Institution
Dinner at Jesus College
Saturday, July 22
Breakfast at Keble College Dining Hall
(10:10-10:30 a.m.: Break)
Session Three: New Models for Libraries and Booksellers
Moderator: Liz Chapman, Librarian, Taylor Institution, Oxford University
Thøger Kristensen, Director of Acquisitions, Aalborg University Library "Acquisitions Reengineering: Electronic Monograph Acquisition at Aalborg University Library"
John Akeroyd, Head of Learning and Information Services, South Bank University, London "Licensing, Consortia and Technology: Where Will It All End?"
Chris Tyzack, Blackwells "The Impact of New Models on the New Model Supplier"
Ronald Milne, Director, UK Research Support Libraries Programme "Cooperation on Access: The UK Research Support Libraries Programme"
Anthony Watkinson, Publisher Consultant
1:00 p.m. - ??
Luncheon at Waddesdon Manor (Optional event)
For further information about the Retreat Series please contact
Katina Strauch, Rebecca Lenzini or Michele Casalini.
About this Website please contact
Casalini Libri Digital Division.