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ICCC/IFIP Third Conference on

Redefining the Information Chain
New Ways and Voices

Ronneby, Sweden 10th - 12th May 1999

Elpub 2000 will take place in Kaliningrad, Russia
17-19th of August Year 2000!
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Thank you all delegates and speakers for a succesfull conference!!!
Below you will find the full text of the conference papers in PDF-format.
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The papers of the the Third ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing held in Ronneby, Sweden 10-12 May, are now available below in PDF-format for reading and print-out. For citation puproses please always refer to the printed conference proceeding version: Electronic Publishing ´99. Redefining the Information Chain - New Ways and Voices : Proceedings of an ICCC/IFIP conference held at the University of Karlskrona/Ronneby, Sweden 10-12 May 1999/Edited by John W.T.Smith, Anders Ardö, Peter Linde. Washington D.C.: ICCC Press, 1999. 326 p. ISBN: 1-891365-04-5. Note that the original pagination are preserved in the PDF-files.
Compilation Copyright © 1999 International Council for Computer Communication. Individual chapters Copyright ©1999 Individual chapter authors. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Neither this book nor any part may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, microfilming and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. ICCC Press, P.O. Box 9745, Washington, DC 20016, USA. ISBN 1-891365-04-5.

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Contents

KEYNOTE PAPER

David Seaman
Digital Libraries in the New Millennium:
Partners, Publishers, Potentials, and Pitfalls 13

FIRST SESSION OF TRACK 1
Electronic Commerce
Change management/Payment techniques

Audrey Anthoney
The UK Children’s Publishing House – Adapting to Change for the
Multimedia Market 21

Jill O’Neill & Chris Leonard
Learning Curves: Managing Smooth Product Development Cycles
in Non-Print Environments 32

Kay Henderson
Electronic Commerce in the On-line and Electronic Publishing industry:
A Business Model for Web publishing 37

FIRST SESSION OF TRACK 2
New Publishing Models
Citing/Linking

Mark Doyle
Citing and Linking in Electronic Scholarly Publishing:
A Pragmatic Approach 51

Henning Lobin & Andreas Witt
Semantic and Thematic Navigation in Electronic Encyclopedias 60

Eric Hellman
The S-Link-S™ Framework for Reference Linking:
Architecture and Implementation 68

SECOND SESSION OF TRACK 1
The Digital Library
Text archives

Lars Aronsson
Project Runeberg’s Electronic Facsimile Editions of
Nordic Literature 74

Creagh Cole
A New Continent into Literature: The Australian Literature Database
at the University of Sydney Library 85


SECOND SESSION OF TRACK 2
New Publishing Models
Technical factors

Anneli Heimbürger
A Structured Link Document as a New means for Composing and Publishing
Technical Customer documentation in Extranets and Intranets 90

Anne Brüggemann-Klein, Stefan Herman & Derick Wood
Visually Specifying Context 103

THIRD SESSION OF TRACK 1
New Publishing Models
Structural and user studies

R E Lonesdale & C J Armstrong
Scholarly Monographs: The Unacknowledged Dimension of Electronic
Publishing? 119

Fytton Rowland
Two Large-scale Surveys of Electronic publication in the United Kingdom 131

THIRD SESSION OF TRACK 2
The Digital Library
Images/Classification

Howard Besser
Issues in Electronic Publication of image Databases: Report from
a Study of the Museum Educational Site licensing Project 137

Katerina Frantzi, Sophia Ananiadou & Junichi Tsujii
Classifying Technical Terms 144


FOURTH SESSION OF TRACK 1
New Publishing Models
User needs

Aukse Balcytiene
Electronic Publications of Cultural Heritage
Global Challenges and Local Practices 156

Gaurab Raj Upadhaya
Indreni – the Nepali Intranet a Platform for Electronic Publishing
and Information Sharing in Nepal 169

FOURTH SESSION OF TRACK 2
Electronic Commerce
Delivery models/metadata

Erik Peurell
Print on Demand in Sweden: Four projects and their Products,
Problems and Prospects 179

Vitaly Nechitailenko
Integrated Electronic Publishing Environment: A Case Study 187

FIFTH SESSION OF TRACK 1
The Digital Library
Text Archives

Richard Gartner
The internet Library of Early Journals: an Electronic Library of Primary
Sources on the Internet 194

Sune Karlsson
RePec and S-WoPEc: Internet Access to Electronic
Preprints in Economics 204

FIFTH SESSION OF TRACK 2
Electronic Journals
Technical Approches

Ann Apps and Ross MacIntyre
The SuperJournal Project: Data Handling Using SGML 215

Andres Marin López
Mass-Customizing Electronic Journals 225

SIXTH SESSION OF TRACK 1
Electronic Journals
Approaches to publishing

Ana Alice Baptista
Online Publishing as a Support for Scholarly Communication
in Dynamic Knowledge Communities 236

Andrew Treloar
Products and Processes: Innovation Lifecycles can help Predict
the Future of the Electronic Scholarly Journal 250

SIXTH SESSION OF TRACK 2
The Digital Library
Trends in Developing Countries

Zoran Gligorov
Electronic Publishing and Democatization
of the Transitional Society in Macedonia 261

Abel Laerte Packer
SciELO - An Electronic Publishing Model for
Developing Countries 268

PANEL DEBATE 1
Electronic publishing year 2001 - a global perspective:
What has happened and what will happen?

David Seaman
Payment Mechanisms and Internet Commerce:
or, the Promise of Microcharging 281

Rune Gustavsson
Electronic Publishing Year 2010 - a Global Perspectiv:
What has Happened and What will Happen!? 285

Massimo Garribba
European Content on the Global Networks 287

John W T Smith
Prolegomena to any Future E-publishing Model 293

Shona McQuistan & Kay Henderson
Scholarly Electronic Journal Access in Academic Libraries:
Issues for Future Development 299

PANEL DEBATE 2
Electronic publishing in the Service of Democracy

Jack Meadows
Undemocratic Aspects of Publishing on the Internet 304

Kemal Bakarsic
Bosnia - War - Democracy - Information 308

Sely Costa
The Use of the Internet and the Democratisation of Information:
The Brazilian Experience 314

Ana Maria Cetto
Democratic Approach to Electronic Publishing in a
Non-democratic System 318




Appendix
Two papers were unfortunately not included in the printed version of the Proceeding volume but they were presented at the conference and are now made available as pdf-files.

Pedro Cuenca
Experiences in the Use of Metadata for Web Publishing

Ann Okerson
Copyright in the Year 2010: No longer an issue for scholarly electronic publishing (Panel debate 1)




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