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Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: James Powell Subject: Resend request Due to a hardware failure, any messages sent to VPIEJ-L in the last 24 hours may have been lost. Please resend any notices you have sent between May 31 and June 2 1994, and I'll make sure they are posted if they were lost. Thanks. James Powell ... Library Automation, University Libraries, VPI&SU 1-4986 ... JPOWELL@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU ... email@example.com - NeXTMail welcome here ... Owner of VPIEJ-L, a discussion list for Electronic Journals Archives: http://borg.lib.vt.edu:80/ gopher://oldborg.lib.vt.edu:70/ file://borg.lib.vt.edu/~ftp ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 6 Jun 1994 08:26:21 EDT Reply-To: James Powell Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: James Powell Subject: VPIEJ-L VPIEJ-L Resources These resources provide access to the VPIEJ-L list and/or archives of VPIEJ-L posts. Additional files relevant to electronic journal publishing are available at the FTP, Gopher, Listserv and WWW sites. FTP Archive: The Scholarly Communications Project of Virginia Tech has an anonymous FTP archive which includes the VPIEJ-L archive, along with many electronic texts and electronic publishing utilities. To access this site, FTP to BORG.LIB.VT.EDU and login as userid anonymous. This FTP archive is available to the Gopher literate through the Gopher at gopher.micro.umn.edu. Select item 5, Internet file server (FTP) sites/, then item 2, Popular FTP Sites via Gopher/. Gopher Access: The FTP archive files are available via a Gopher+ server at borg.lib.vt.edu port 5070. VPIEJ-L files are in /pub/vpiej-l. Menu items are likely to gain new names, but this server is now permanent. Listserv Archive: There is a listserv archive available at firstname.lastname@example.org (listserv@vtvm1 for BITNET) for VPIEJ-L. Send a command as the body of a mail message to get a current filelist: INDEX VPIEJ-L to listserv. Use the get command to retrieve items from the archive in a mail message: GET EJ-BIB TXT. Usenet Gateway: Subscribers may want to consider reading VPIEJ-L on Usenet. Check with your system administrator to see if your site receives bit.listserv.vpiej-l. If it does, you can unsubscribe your email account by sending a SIGNOFF VPIEJ-L command to email@example.com. You will still be able to post to the list by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If your site does not carry this group, please encourage them to add it. WAIS Source: The discussion logs for the VPIEJ-L list are searchable via WAIS. The wais source may be retrieved from the directory-of-servers by searching for VPIEJ-L, or by FTP to borg.lib.vt.edu in the pub/WAIS/sources directory. World Wide Web Access: Point your WWW or Xmosaic client at the Scholarly Communications Project page: http://borg.lib.vt.edu/ There is a link to a hypertext version of the VPIEJ-L discussion archives, which are still under construction, although complete. There is also a link to the Usenet newsgroup bit.listserv.vpiej-l. ----------------------- VPIEJ-L@VTVM1 VPIEJ-L@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU bit.listserv.vpiej-l VPIEJ-L is a discussion list for electronic publishing issues, especially those related to Scholarly Electronic Journals. Topics for discussion include SGML, PostScript, and other e-journal formats; as well as software and hardware considerations for creation of, storage, and access to e-journals. Publishers, editors, technical staff, programmers, librarians, and end-users are welcome to join. One goal of the list is to provide better feedback from users to creators, so we are very interested in receiving and archival issues. This should give those of us involved in publishing an idea as to what distribution methods work and how end-users are accessing and using these publications. Current readers of and contributors to VPIEJ-L have discussed readability and screen display, copyright, and advertising (noncommercial). Archives of VPIEJ-L are available. A listing may be retrieved by sending a command INDEX VPIEJ-L to LISTSERV@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU To subscribe, send the following command to LISTSERV@VTVM1 via mail or interactive message: SUB VPIEJ-L your_full_name where "your_full_name" is your name. For example: SUB VPIEJ-L Joan Doe Or you may read and post to VPIEJ-L via Usenet in the group bit.listserv.vpiej-l Owner: James Powell Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Archie Zariski Subject: E Law - New Access Info * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * __________________________________________________________________________ _____/\_____ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * URDOCH UNIVERSITY *______ * ______* ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF LAW \____/ \____/ ISSN 1321-8247 Originating at the School of Law, Murdoch University Perth, Australia, 6150 INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCESS TO E LAW Currently, E Law is published in ASCII/DOS format and is available by email, gopher and ftp. There are plans to publish the journal in a variety of formats, including WordPerfect, Microsoft Word and Lotus AmiPro, in addition to the existing ASCII/DOS format. We invite access to E Law by members of the public as well as the academic world and the legal profession. We realise, however, that there are individuals and organisations who may wish to be notified of the contents of the journal without having to access the journal in its entirety. We will therefore be making available a separate Table of Contents for each issue. ACCESS VIA EMAIL First subscribe to E Law by sending the message "subscribe elaw-j" (don't include the quotes in your message) to: Majordomo@cleo.murdoch.edu.au You may then request articles to be mailed to you by sending a "get" command to Majordomo - upon subscribing you will receive a message giving full details of the steps to take. VIA GOPHER To use your gopher client, gopher infolib.murdoch.edu.au 70 From the Murdoch University Main Menu, choose: > Electronic Library > Electronic Journals >E Law: Murdoch Electronic Journal of Law >either the "Contents" subdirectory, or one of the three different types of article. THE LINKS INFORMATION IS: Type=1 Name=E Law : Murdoch Electronic Journal of Law Path=1/.ftp/pub/subj/law/jnl/elaw Host=infolib.murdoch.edu.au Port=70 URL: gopher://infolib.murdoch.edu.au:70/11/.ftp/pub/subj/law/jnl/elaw Size Language Document Type ------------------------------------------------------------------------ .5K English (USA) application/gopher- menu .5K English (USA) application/gopher- menu .5K English (USA) text/html VIA ANONYMOUS FTP To access E Law via anonymous ftp: ftp infolib.murdoch.edu.au login: anonymous password: your Internet e-mail address cd/pub/subj/law/jnl/elaw/ Then choose either the contents subdirectory, or one of the three article type subdirectories (current, refereed, comment) EG cd contents get v1n2.contents bye EG cd comment get mckenzie.txt bye COPYRIGHT POLICY: Material appearing in E Law is accepted on the basis that the material is the original, uncopied work of the author or authors. Authors agree to indemnify E Law for all damages, fines and costs associated with a finding of copyright infringement by the author or by E Law in disseminating the author's material. In almost all cases materials appearing in E Law will attract copyright protection under the Australian Copyright Act 1968 and the laws of countries that are member states of the Berne Convention, Universal Copyright Convention or have bilateral copyright agreements with Australia. Ownership of such copyright will vest by operation of law in the authors and or E Law. E Law and its authors grant a license to those accessing E Law to call up copyright materials on to their screens and to print out a single copy for their personal non-commercial use subject to proper attribution of E Law and/or the authors. SUBMISSION OF ARTICLES Submissions to E Law should be forwarded to The Editors, E Law by email or on disk to the School of Law, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, 6150. Arrangements may also be made to obtain articles by ftp. ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 7 Jun 1994 08:47:14 EDT Reply-To: email@example.com Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: new access modes for New York Journal of Mathematics New York Journal of Mathematics a Full-Service, Refereed Electronic Mathematics Journal Announcing two new access modes and a change in an old one: 1. The New York Journal of Mathematics is now available on the World Wide Web via http://nyjm.albany.edu:8000/nyjm.html 2. Access via anonymous ftp has been implemented on nyjm.albany.edu. The journal starts in /pub/nyjm. 3. The gopher link has changed slightly. From the command line, you can connect to the journal by typing gopher nyjm 1070 You may then select the journal on the menu that appears. Alternatively, you can put the following link in your bookmarks page: # Type=1 Name=New York Journal of Mathematics Path=1/nyjm/ Host=nyjm.albany.edu Port=1070 URL: gopher://nyjm.albany.edu:1070/11/nyjm/ 4. Service via WWW and gopher are independent of one another. In particular, the URL given in the gopher link is not the same as the one providing the web service for item 1, above. ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 7 Jun 1994 08:48:37 EDT Reply-To: Stevan Harnad Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Stevan Harnad Subject: Croatian request From: "Scharf, Frederick E. (Ted)" To: "Kovacs, Diane - Academic Lists" , Stevan Harnad Date: Monday, May 30, 1994 5:11AM From: email@example.com Douglas J. Kahn *********************************************************************** Date: Sun, 29 May 1994 19:11:06 +0200 From: "Dr. Josip Crnicki" Subject: H/I: call for contribution ------------------------------------------------------------ We are asking you for HELP, because it is very difficult to obtain suitable e-mail addresses. Please, FORWARD the following message to scientists at your department or university who are interested in international research cooperation. THANKS ! ------------------------------------------------------------ Internet and other nets are ready to connect scientists located at almost any point on the Earth. This fantastic infrastructure has been planned, financed and built with the hope that it will enhance the world wide academic cooperation, involving experts with different cultural and educational background, and resulting in new discoveries and industrial designs. However, the results are still poor and the achievements are much lower than expected. After collecting scarce information and studying available know-how regarding international scientific projects, we are ready to write some chapters and to publish a book with the preliminary title "Heureka via the Internet" (short: "H/I"). We are kindly asking you to contribute to the book with your ideas which will be printed in the book. All contributions will be credited to the authors, coauthors, reviewers and consulting editors. A world wide contribution is expected. If you are inclined to accept our invitation, please send us your comments and answers on the following questions by e-mail as your first contribution: (1) Which topics or chapters should be included in the book? (2) What are the major obstacles which influence a poor progress of international scientific (research) projects via networks? (3) Did you write any article or report on this subject, and do you know of any references? (4) Do you know about any successful project which could be described as a case-study in the book "Heureka via the Internet"? Please reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org In addition, please forward or distribute this message to persons known to you as possible contributors to the book. Yours, Prof. Dr. Joseph Crnicki Prof. Dr. Hugo Birolla Dr. Vlasta Szavits-Nossan, Asst. Prof. University of Zagreb, Croatia ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 9 Jun 1994 09:09:05 EDT Reply-To: Margaret E Sokolik Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Margaret E Sokolik Subject: TESL-EJ APA Style Manual Ready **This notice is being posted to several lists. Please forgive any duplication.** TESL-EJ, the electronic journal for ESL/EFL professionals, has prepared an electronic guide to preparing manuscripts according to APA (American Psychological Association) standards. This guide includes information on how to cite e-mail messages, online articles, as well as more traditional references. If you are interested in getting the guide, send a message to: LISTSERV@CMSA.BERKELEY.EDU The text of the message should be the following line (and nothing more!) GET TESLEJ-L APAGUIDE TESLEJ-L F=Mail Put this information to use by submitting your work to TESL-EJ. TESL-EJ, a fully refereed journal, promises to notify you of its acceptance decision within a month of receipt of your submission, and sometimes, much sooner, thanks to the miracle of e-mail. Unlimited page-length means no waiting for space for publication, either. And, if you haven't subscribed, now is the time. While you're waiting for Issue 2, out this August, you can catch up on reading issue one. To subscribe send the following message to LISTSERV@CMSA.BERKELEY.EDU (or LISTSERV@UCBCMSA.BITNET): SUB TESLEJ-L Firstname Lastname For example, SUB TESLEJ-L Bill Clinton Do not include any punctuation or other information. You will receive confirmation that your subscription has been accepted, along with information about retrieving the articles in Issue 1. Other questions should be directed to the Editor. Maggi Sokolik, Editor TESL-EJ email@example.com ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 10 Jun 1994 08:27:35 EDT Reply-To: Greg Micheal Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Greg Micheal Subject: ESL/EFL professionals >>>TESL-EJ, the electronic journal for ESL/EFL professionals, has prepared an >>>electronic guide to preparing manuscripts according to APA Margaret (or anyone else), In posting to our Human Factors list, I received a query: >>Greg, I got the note you reposted to the HFS-L. I must be behind the times >>(or not a psych undergrad) but what does ESL and EFL stand for ? -JP Can you clarify this? Thanks in advance. Greg Micheal firstname.lastname@example.org P.S. Sorry about mailing to the list, but I tried replying directly to Margaret and received an "unknown address" return. ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 10 Jun 1994 11:06:44 EDT Reply-To: "Hill, Joan" Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: "Hill, Joan" Subject: Upcoming conference Accuracy and Accountability in Scholarly Information: A Symposium VENUE The Accuracy and Accountability in Scholarly Information: A Symposium will be held on the McGill University Campus, Bronfman Building, 1001 Sherbrooke Street in Montreal, August 12-13, 1994. SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM August 12 and 13, 1994 08:30 - 17:00 h During this Symposium we will be exploring the issue of validation of research information. We will be examining the role of the various players: researchers, editors, publishers, and the media. We will try to look, as well, at the role that publication plays, be it to ensure the continuity of grants or for career advancement. These issues have become more pressing because of the speed and ease with which information is transmitted through the use of such things as electronic mail and the Internet. Plenary Sessions Keynote Speaker David Johnston Chair, Information Highway Advisory Council Dealing with delusion and duplicity: What is the editor's role? Ensuring the quality of peer review Lee N. Miller Managing Editor Editor-in-Chief, Ecology and Ecological Monographs Managing Editor, Ecological Society of America Quality and electronic publishing: An oxymoron? Old values in new settings: How do you preserve quality in electronic journals? David L. Rodgers Research Scientist, School of Information and Library Studies University of Michigan Is quality an outmoded concept in the electronic age? The effect of diminishing resources on quality Patricia A. Morgan Director of Publications, American Association for the Advancement of Science and Associate Publisher, The Online Journal of Current Clinical Trials Electronic (online) publishing: What have we learned so far? Lessons from case studies Mar a L. Lebrcn Associate Publisher, The American Physical Society Former Managing Editor, The Online Journal of Current Clinical Trials Orthodoxy and research Implicit and explicit ways in which orthodoxy shapes research Robert Martin Professor of Law and Journalism University of Western Ontario How much is enough? Is more less? Does quality or quantity affect reward? Bruce P. Dancik Editor-in-Chief NRC Research Journals Afterwords: A moderated discussion A second look at the issues Bruce Squires Editor-in-Chief Canadian Medical Association Publications Workshops Please rank two choices in priority order on the Registration form. We will do our utmost to ensure that you get your first choice, but some of the sessions have limited space. W1 Small journal publishing operations Rosemary J. Mackay, Editor, Journal of the North American Benthological Society Anne Marie Corrigan, Journals Manager, University of Toronto Press Inc. Rosemary Mackay will address the issue of how to maintain high editorial standards and still keep a timely production schedule when the flow of manuscripts is erratic. Anne Marie Corrigan will discuss the business issues focussing on the areas of production, distribution, and promotion. W2 An Internet tutorial Peter Deutsch President, Bunyip Inc. Perhaps you've heard the words Gopher, Mosaic, netsurfing, and WAIS, but do not have a clear picture of what they mean or how the Internet operates. In this workshop Peter Deutsch will give you an overview of the technology and lead you on a voyage of exploration so that you can better understand the information that is available on the Internet. W3 The ethics of human studies Stephen Prudhomme, Director Bruce Squires, Editor-in-Chief Canadian Medical Association Publications How do we safeguard ourselves as physicians, scientists, editors, and publishers when carrying out studies on humans? What are the rights and obligations of each party? W4 Electronic journal creation and distribution Andrea Keyhani Manager, Electronic Publishing OCLC Online Computer Library Center What is the status today? What issues need to be addressed before a journal goes electronic? How should a publisher prepare for electronic distribution? What options are available and what are the pros and cons? These topics and others will be addressed in this session. W5 Publication policies and guidelines Taylor Steeves Chair, Advisory Board on Scientific and Engineering Communications National Research Council This will be a facilitated discussion group where participants will be asked to share their questions and answers, problems and solutions on such issues as copyright transfer, responsibilities of editors, conflict of interest, handling breaches of ethical behaviour, etc. Registrants will be asked to forward samples of their current guidelines (if available) so that these may be distributed to the other participants in advance. TRANSLATION Simultaneous translation to French or English will be available for the Symposium sessions. There will be no simultaneous translation services for the Saturday afternoon workshops. LUNCH Lunch will be provided to all registrants on Friday, August 12 at the McGill University Faculty Club. RECEPTION The Symposium reception will be held Friday, August 12 from 18:00 to 19:00 h at the Delta Hotel, a few minutes from McGill University. ACCOMMODATION A block of rooms has been reserved in the McGill University residences on Sherbooke Street and in nearby hotels. To make room reservations, please call or fax the information and indicate AASI: A Symposium to the following: McGill University Residences - Royal Victoria College, 3425 University Avenue Tel: (514) 398-6363 Fax: (514) 398-6770 Rate: $36.50 per night (including taxes). Delta Hotel - Tel: (514) 286-1986 Fax: (514) 284-4306 Rate: $105.00 per night, single or double (taxes not included) Cantlie Hotel - Tel: (514) 842-2000 Fax: (514) 844-7808 Rate: $85.00 per night, single or double (taxes not included) NOTE: Please make your reservation by, but no later than, July 5, 1994. Thereafter the block of rooms will be released. REGISTRATION To participate in the Symposium, you must complete the enclosed registration form and forward it to: Accuracy and Accountability in Scholarly Information: A Symposium National Research Council of Canada Ottawa, ON K1A 0R6 Canada Tel: (613) 993-9009 Fax: (613) 957-9828 REGISTRATION ON SITE The Registration Desk will be located in the lobby outside the Auditorium, Room 151, in the Bronfman Building at McGill University. The Desk will be open at the following hours: Friday, August 12 07:30 - 17:00 h Saturday, August 13 08:00 - 15:00 h FEES Before July 15 $225.00 After July 15 $250.00 The registration fee includes, upon payment of the registration fee, attendance at the Symposium sessions, workshops, lunch on Friday, the reception, and refreshments. OFFICIAL RECEIPT An official receipt will be mailed and should be presented at the Registration Desk upon arrival. CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS Registrants may withdraw in writing before July 19, 1994. All refunds are subject to a $30.00 handling fee. SECRETARIAT AASI: A Symposium Mr. L. Forget National Research Council of Canada Ottawa, ON K1A 0R6, Canada Tel: (613) 993-9009 Fax: (613) 957-9828 88905FCB291 Accuracy and Accountability in Scholarly Information: A Symposium McGill University, Montreal, Quebec August 12 & 13, 1994 REGISTRATION FORM Please complete and return this form, together with your payment to the Symposium Secretariat, National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, ON K1A 0R6, Canada. PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT NAME __________________________________________________________ AFFILIATION _____________________________________________________ ADDRESS _______________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ _____________________________ Postal Code _________________ Telephone _____________________ Fax _______________________ Registration Fees: $225.00 before July 15, 1994 $_______ $250.00 after July 15, 1994 $_______ Note: Taxes included Total $________ Total Remittance, made payable to: AASI-94 (NRC). Workshops (Please rank two choices in priority order) Workshop No. 1 ________ Workshop No. 4 _________ Workshop No. 2 ________ Workshop No. 5 _________ Workshop No. 3 ________ Method of Payment: ____Cheque ______Credit Card: _____MasterCard _____VISA ONLY Card No: ___________________ Expiry Date: Month/Year___________ Signature: ___________________ Date: ___________________ ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 14 Jun 1994 08:40:16 EDT Reply-To: James Powell Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: James Powell Subject: MODAL-L The abstract service for MODAL ANALYSIS (formerly known as the International Journal of Analytical and Experimental Modal Analysis) has moved. The new list is called MODAL-L. It provides the same service - advance distribution of abstracts for papers to be published in the journal. To subscribe to MODAL-L, send an e-mail message to email@example.com: SUBSCRIBE MODAL-L Your Name Abstracts and some issues continue to be available through Gopher, WWW, WAIS, and FTP on scholar.lib.vt.edu. James Powell ... Library Automation, University Libraries, VPI&SU 1-4986 ... JPOWELL@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU ... firstname.lastname@example.org - NeXTMail welcome here ... Owner of VPIEJ-L, a discussion list for Electronic Journals Archives: http://borg.lib.vt.edu:80/ gopher://oldborg.lib.vt.edu:70/ file://borg.lib.vt.edu/~ftp ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 16 Jun 1994 08:54:55 EDT Reply-To: Craig Mulder <email@example.com> Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Craig Mulder <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: ACRL Discussion Group for Electronic Libraries The Discussion Group on Electronic Library Development in Academic Libraries will examine the role of Mosaic at its meeting in Miami Beach. The group will meet: Saturday, June 25, 1994 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Miami Beach Convention Center A107 Bring your comments, questions and experiences. The speaker will be Peter McDonald, the Director of the Geneva Library at Cornell University. His talk is titled: "Mosaic: The User-centered Universe." The gist of the talk will be that libraries have existed in a Ptolemaic info-system universe where for both traditional and technological reasons, the library has been at the center of the information universe. You came to the library to do your research, and from the library you were able to connect to sources around the globe and to browse the stacks for books & journals.. But technology is rapidly creating a Copernican universe where the USER now stands at the center of the info-system universe and the library once the center is now just another node. But a very important node because it is the ONLY node which will make sense of and taxonomically manage the exponential explosion in electronic information. The user won't do it, they just want to GET to it. Corporate America won't do it, they could care less about an intelligent electronic-info taxonomy, they only want to turn a buck. Vendors, faculty, book dealers and computer nerds won't do it, they have other fish to fry. No, it is up to librarians to manage the new Copernican universe, but alas, without even the satisfaction of seeing the user face to face. In fact the user won't even know what a great job we're doing. But do it we must! So what has this got to do with Mosaic? Plenty, because in the Mosaic environment, anyone can create their own interactive, graphically polished GATEWAY to information where the "big" academic library may only be a wee little stopping place. But before librarians go calling Dr. Kavorkian over this loss of status, remember that we are still the only guardians of cyberspace who will be willing to invest time and effort to MANAGE it and make it coherent to your average desk-top Internet surfer. I will then describe the Mosaic environment with examples, and show how WE as librarians can use it, or any hypertext (html) interface to organize the information out there for that new library without walls, e.g. the desk-top GATEWAY (= new library) on the user's computer. THAT will be the library of the 21st century. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ___________________________________________________________ Craig Mulder, Human Health Information Services Librarian email@example.com | A217D East Fee Hall 517/336-3819 | Michigan State University Fax: 517/336-1798 | East Lansing, MI 48824-1316 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 16 Jun 1994 15:31:53 EDT Reply-To: NOTIS Acquisitions Discussion Group Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Susan Davis Subject: NASIG Call for Papers This message is being posted to a variety of lists. Please excuse the resulting duplication. Thank you. CALL FOR PAPERS, WORKSHOPS and PRECONFERENCES NASIG 10TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE (1995) "SERIALS TO THE TENTH POWER: TRADITION, TECHNOLOGY AND TRANSFORMATION" The North American Serials Interest Group (NASIG), an organization committed to serving the interests of all members of the serials information chain, plans to hold its tenth annual conference June 1-4, 1995 at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. NASIG's annual conference provides a forum in which librarians, publishers, vendors, educators, binders, systems developers, and other specialists exchange views, present new ideas, proactively seek solutions to common problems, and discuss matters of current interest. The proceedings are published in both print and electronic format and distributed to a wide audience. The Program Planning Committee invites proposals for plenary papers and preconferences dealing with any "big picture" aspect of the theme. We are especially interested in the challenge of balancing traditional functions with technological innovations within organizations and in consortia and in the creation of new alliances. Established projects, new experiments, and "blue sky" speculation are all welcome. Examples: *Reinventing serials: optimizing their role in scholarly communication; *Creating and providing access to electronic journals: editing/publishing, purchasing/acquiring, transmitting/delivering/ gopherizing, cataloging, and archiving/preservation/securing); *Copyright reconsidered and reconfigured *New developments in Internet use: commercial use, public policy and security issues; *Re-examining the role of the serials professional in the new information society The Committee also invites workshop and preconference proposals that will provide practical assistance in making changes, planning and implementing new projects and forming alliances. Examples: *Case studies from virtual libraries and electronic publishers; *Reconstituting local serials collections; *Analyses of user responses and needs; *Training/retraining/educating serialists for new roles in article delivery, public service, monograph acquisitions, etc.; *Relevant new technologies/services/software packages/standards; *Creative financing for innovation; grantsmanship. Submission of topics and suggestions for speakers are welcome from NASIG members and other members of the information community. The Program Planning Committee reserves the right to combine, blend or refocus proposals to maximize program breadth and relevance to our membership. As a result, only one presenter from proposals submitted by teams may be invited to participate. Since all proposals are reviewed competitively, please include complete information for maximum consideration: *Name, address, phone/fax numbers, e-address(es) of the proposer *Program title *An abstract of 200-300 words that clearly explains the intent of the proposal as well as its relationship to the theme *Please list in priority order the formal preference for your proposal: plenary, workshop, or preconference. Proposals should be submitted no later than August 1, 1994 to: Susan Davis NASIG Secretary Head, Periodicals Section State University of NY at Buffalo Lockwood Library Building Buffalo, NY 14260-2200 Phone: 716-645-2784 Fax: 716-645-5955 Bitnet: UNLSDB@UBVM Internet: UNLSDB@UBVM.CC.BUFFALO.EDU ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 20 Jun 1994 08:21:27 EDT Reply-To: Micheal Strangelove Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Micheal Strangelove Organization: FONOROLA Incorporated Subject: Internet and Magazine Sales: Journalist Seeking Success Stories ----------------------------Original message---------------------------- For the first article in my new column on the Internet and publishing for FOLIO MAGAZINE I am writing about print magazines that have gained significant numbers of new subscribers as result of Internet-facilitated marketing. I would also like to profile Internet marketing companies that have assisted a magazine establish a successful Internet presence. Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org. Michael Strangelove EDITORS: As publisher of THE INTERNET BUSINESS JOURNAL, author of the forthcoming book, HOW TO ADVERTISE ON THE INTERNET, and regular Internet columnist for ONLINE ACCESS and FOLIO magazine I am able to bring an informed perspective on the Internet to your publication. Article and column inquiries welcome. My writings cover internet culture, advertising and marketing in cyberspace, the publishing industry, and just about anything else having to do with the Net. ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 22 Jun 1994 08:27:26 EDT Reply-To: Kara Overfelt Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Kara Overfelt Subject: E-journal publications and P&T We've been reviewing our School's promotion and tenure guidelines. Not surprisingly, the acceptability of publications in electronic journals was a significant discussion topic. I'm guessing that readers of this group would be in a position to answer a question I have, as one concern of e-journal editors might involve attracting quality papers from individuals who would probably like to use their publication record for P&T purposes. So: Is anyone aware of academic departments which have explicit guidelines or statements on the relative acceptability of e-journal publications in the context of promotion and tenure dossiers? Please send your responses directly to me - if I receive any responses, and if anyone is interested, I'd gladly summarize them for the group. Thanks for your help - I must note that previous pleas for help posted here by me were promptly and thoroughly answered, and I appreciate the kindness of strangers! Kara Overfelt School of Library and Information Science Indiana U. Bloomington, IN USA email@example.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 23 Jun 1994 10:00:00 EDT Reply-To: "J. KENNEDY" Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: "J. KENNEDY" Subject: Video Training Text item: Text_1 Does anyone have experience/opinions he/she would like to share concerning CD-ROM based video training programs? I am looking for training solutions which don't require self-study (most of my users do not have the time or desire to study outside of working hours) and do not have the time when they are at the office. The only time they get is when their boss permits them to attend a training class. Consequently, we have always had instructor-lead classes. However, recently I have seem a CD-ROM based course which runs on PC's with Windows and the IBM/Intel full-motion video card and sound system. Could this be the solution that I am looking for? Any and all replies gratefully appreciated. John Kennedy World Health Organization Switzerland firstname.lastname@example.org ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 23 Jun 1994 10:00:20 EDT Reply-To: IAN.WORTHINGTON@classics.utas.edu.au Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: IAN.WORTHINGTON@classics.utas.edu.au Subject: *ELECTRONIC ANTIQUITY* 2, 1 As a subscriber to *Electronic Antiquity* you are now being contacted to let you know that Volume 2 Issue 1 (June 1994) is now available. A list of contents and access instructions follow. *ELECTRONIC ANTIQUITY: COMMUNICATING THE CLASSICS* ISSN 1320-3606 Peter Toohey (Founding Editor) Ian Worthington (Editor) EDITORIAL BOARD Jenny Strauss-Clay (Virginia) Elaine Fantham (Princeton) Joseph Farrell (Pennsylvania) Sallie Goetsch (Michigan) Mark Golden (Winnipeg) Peter Green (Austin) William Harris (Columbia) Brad Inwood (Toronto) Barry Powell (Wisconsin) Harold Tarrant (Newcastle, NSW) VOL. 2 ISSUE 1 - JUNE 1994 (01) LIST OF CONTENTS (02) ARTICLES Houlihan, James, 'Incorporating the Other: The Catalogue of Women in *Odyssey* 11' Kilmer, Martin & Develin, Robert, 'The Amasis Painter: erotica, scatologica, and inscriptions' (03) MUSEUMS AND ETHICS McClellan, Murray C., 'Publishing Unprovenanced Artifacts' Hamma, Kenneth, 'Response to McClellan' (04) REVIEWS Goetsch, Sallie R., 'Perpetuating Stereotypes' Thomas, Carol G., 'N. Marinatos & R. Hagg, eds., *Greek Sanctuaries: New Approaches*' (05) J. PAUL GETTY MUSEUM by Kenneth Hamma Recent Acquisitions (06) EMPLOYMENT AUSTRALIA: (Tenurable) Lectureship in Classics/Ancient History, University of Queensland Chair in Classics, University of New England (07) KEEPING IN TOUCH *Classics Ireland* - new e-journal Conference: Mediaeval to Early Modern Student Organizations of the Pacific University of Washington (call for papers) Conference: Scottish Association for Classical Philosophy University of Edinburgh (programme) Electronic Forums & Repositories for the Classics by Ian Worthington (08) GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS *Electronic Antiquity* Vol. 2 Issue 1 - June 1994 edited by Peter Toohey and Ian Worthington email@example.com ISSN 1320-3606 ------------------------ A general announcement (aimed at non-subscribers) that the journal is available will be made in approximately 12 hours time over the lists - as a subscriber you will be automatically contacted in advance when future issues are available. Volume 2 Issue 2 will be published in July 1994. The editors welcome contributions (all articles will be refereed, however a section - *Positions* - will exist for those wishing to take a more controversial stance on things). HOW TO ACCESS Access is via gopher or ftp. The journal file name of this issue is 2,1-June1994; Volume 1 Issues 1-8 may also be accessed in the same way. GOPHER: -- info.utas.edu.au and through gopher: -- open top level document called Publications -- open Electronic Antiquity. -- open 2,1-June1994 -- open (01)contents first for list of contents, then other files as appropriate FTP: -- FTP.utas.edu.au (or ftp.info.utas.edu.au) --> departments --> classics --> antiquity. -- In Antiquity you will see the files as described above. Since a few people had problems accessing the journal via ftp, here are the stages in more detail: at your system prompt: FTP at the subsequent prompt: open FTP.utas.edu.au at login prompt: anonymous at password: your username (which won't show) then: cd departments then: cd classics then: cd antiquity then: ls -l then: cd 2,1-June1994 then: ls -l You will now have a list of the various directories (the 'd' beginning each line 'drwx....' indicates you're dealing with a directory) then: cd (into whichever directory you want) then: ls -l If the first character in the line is not 'd', you've got a file. Use the 'get' command plus the file name to download. If you're still in a directory, use the 'ls-l' command to list its contents. Use 'get' to transfer files. To move back up the directory tree: type: cdup then: ls -l And repeat the process. If still having trouble, try, once you have the directory list for the journal: Type (for example) cd (01)Contents Your response should be 'CWD command successful', but no list. Type ls-l Your response should be in a form such as: -rw-rw-r--1 1689 77030 DATE TIME contents Type get contents and you should have a copy. A final alternative if a space is magically inserted in the parenthesis of the file number is to specify: CD ./(01)Contents Please also be very careful when ftping *not* to leave *any* spaces in file names or make typos. Do NOT use Telnet. The best way to access the journal (in terms of both ease and time) is by gopher, and we would urge you to do so. The structure of the journal is also more easily recognisable on gopher. Please try to access *here* in Tasmania either during the night, very early morning or at weekends, since during the business day the lines are crammed. This means you'll need to check with (e.g.) the international operator for the right time difference. Queries and contributions may be directed to the editors at: firstname.lastname@example.org Peter Toohey (email@example.com) Ian Worthington (firstname.lastname@example.org) (end) --------- Ian Worthington, Department of Classics, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia. Tel. (002) 20-2294 (direct) Fax (002) 20-2288 e-mail: Ian.Worthington@classics.utas.edu.au ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 23 Jun 1994 11:42:30 EDT Reply-To: Morris Simon Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Morris Simon Subject: Format converter for MS-Word 6.0 ?? In-Reply-To: <9406231400.AA190329@ua1ix.ua.edu> Does anyone on this list know of a shareware utility (for either MS-DOS or MS-Windows 3.x) which will convert MS-Word 6.0 .DOC files to ASCII text? I don't care about retaining any Word formatting features, just need to read text without loading Windows and/or MS-Word. Any ftp addresses would be most appreciated. Thank you. Morris Simon International Studies Program Stillman College ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 28 Jun 1994 08:20:51 EDT Reply-To: Stevan Harnad Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Stevan Harnad Date: Sun, 26 Jun 94 13:37:44 IST From: A79@VM.TAU.AC.IL (David Sitman) First Call for Participation / Call for Papers NSC'94 The Network Services Conference 1994 London, England, 28-30 November 1994 Overview Open computer networking is no longer the sole domain of universities and research institutions. Today, governments, schools, public organizations, commercial enterprises and private individuals are actively using and supplying information over the global Internet. How will these various network communities cooperate and interact? How will the academic and research community adapt to the new network reality? How will the network and networking tools now available stand up to the explosion in number of users and amount of information available? How will we train novices? What will we pay for and what will be for free as the commercialization of the network progresses? Will we be inundated by advertising over the net? These are only a few of the questions facing network service providers and users alike. Building on the success of the previous Network Services Conferences in Pisa (1992) and Warsaw (1993), NSC'94 will focus on the issue of providing services to customers, with special attention paid to the exciting developments in global tools and services. We will address the impact of the new global tools on service development and support, the changing function of traditional tools and services (such as archives), new services (such as multi-media communications), the future role of the library and the effects of commercialization on networks and network services. Customer support at all levels, and the role of support in accessing global services, will also be covered. Talks, tutorials, demonstrations and other conference activities will address the needs of the research, academic, educational, governmental, industrial, and commercial network communities. NSC'94 is being organized by the EARN (European Academic and Research Network) Association in cooperation with the Internet Society, RARE, RIPE, NORDUnet and EUnet. Conference Venue What can be said about London in a few meagre paragraphs that has not been said in thousands of pages written throughout the centuries? Instead, we invite you to browse the information on London available from the EARN World-Wide Web server at: http://www.earn.net/nsc94/venue.html (and if you don't know about the World-Wide Web, then you MUST attend this conference!). The conference will be held at the Great Western Hotel, near the Paddington railway station. The Great Western is one of the best 3 star conference venue in London, and very easy to get to, as it is situated on 4 tube lines, a railway station and is on a main road into downtown London. Conference Information Dates to remember: Deadline for papers - 1 July 1994 Deadline for demonstrations and posters - 16 September 1994 NSC'94 - Monday, 28 November 1994 - Wednesday, 30 November 1994 Location: Great Western Hotel, London, England. Accommodations: Rooms will be reserved for conference participants at the Great Western Hotel, and at other nearby hotels. Language: The official language of the conference will be English. Conference fee: The fee covers entry to all conference sessions, tutorials and demonstrations, conference material, coffee breaks, lunches and social events: EARLY Registration by 1 October 200 Pounds LATE Registration by 10 November 224 Pounds DESK Registration 248 Pounds Tutorials, Demonstrations and Posters In addition to the presentation of papers, there will be tutorial sessions on specific network services as part of the regular conference program. A room will be available for workstations and PCs to be used for demonstrations throughout the conference. A poster wall will be available to participants for the display of their posters and projects. Terminals with connectivity to the Internet will be available to delegates. Technical meetings of EARN and RARE working groups will be held in conjunction with the Conference. Further Information and General Inquiry Further information will be available through the conference mailing list, NSC94-L@EARNCC.EARN.NET (or NSC94-L@EARNCC.BITNET). If you want to make sure you receive registration information as well as the preliminary program and other information of interest to conference participants, join the list by sending e-mail to: LISTSERV@EARNCC.EARN.NET (or LISTSERV@EARNCC.BITNET) with the line: SUB NSC94-L Your Name Conference information is also available from the EARN anonymous FTP server (ftp.earn.net), Gopher server (gopher.earn.net), and WWW server (http://www.earn.net/nsc94/nsc94.html). If you have any questions or require any assistance, you can contact the conference organizers at: NSC'94 EARN Office PSI - Batiment 211 91405 Orsay CEDEX FRANCE Tel: +33 1 6941 2426 Fax: +33 1 6941 6683 E-mail: NSC94@EARNCC.EARN.NET or NSC94@EARNCC.BITNET Call for Papers The Program Committee for NSC'94 is soliciting proposals for papers, tutorials, demonstrations and posters in all fields related to network services. Subject areas for presentations include, but are not limited to, the following: - Network Resource Tools - Network Directory Services - Multimedia Communications - Electronic Publishing - Libraries and Networking - Special Interest Communities - Groupware, Cooperative Work over the Network - Networking for Schools - User Support - Delivering Services to the Desktop - Quality of Network Services - Commercialization of Network Services - Businesses on the Network - Providing Network Services to New Countries and Communities Papers and proposals for tutorials, demonstrations or posters, including a short biography and an abstract should be sent by mail, fax or PREFERABLY by e-mail, to: NSC'94 EARN Office PSI - Batiment 211 91405 Orsay CEDEX FRANCE Tel: +33 1 6941 2426 Fax: +33 1 6941 6683 E-mail: NSC94@EARNCC.EARN.NET or NSC94@EARNCC.BITNET Please use the form appended below for proposals. Proposals for papers and tutorials should be sent not later than 1 July 1994. Notification of acceptance will be sent by 1 August 1994. Proposals for demonstrations and posters should be sent not later than 16 September 1994. Notification of acceptance of demonstrations and posters will be sent by 30 September 1994. Program and Organizing Committees Program Committee George Brett, USA (Chair); David Sitman, Israel (Vice-Chair); Rob Blokzijl, The Netherlands; Manfred Bogen, Germany; Paul Bryant, United Kingdom; Robert Cailliau, Switzerland; Nadine Grange, France; Glenn Kowack, The Netherlands; Joyce K. Reynolds, USA; Eric Thomas, Sweden. Organizing Committee Paul Bryant, United Kingdom (Chair); Daniele Bovio, France; Nadine Grange, France; Frode Greisen, Denmark; David Sitman, Israel. ------------------------------ cut here -------------------------------- The Network Services Conference 1994 Proposal for Presentation Name(s): Affiliation(s): E-mail address(es): Postal address(es): Title of presentation: Type of presentation (paper, tutorial, demonstration, poster): Biographical sketch (5-15 lines): Abstract (10-30 lines): Equipment required: Append your paper here: ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 28 Jun 1994 08:21:34 EDT Reply-To: Stevan Harnad Sender: "Publishing E-Journals : Publishing, Archiving, and Access" From: Stevan Harnad Subject: Subversive Proposal Proposal for Presentation The Network Services Conference (NSC) London, England, 28-30 November 1994 Name(s): Stevan Harnad Affiliation(s): University of Southampton E-mail address(es): email@example.com Postal address(es): Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences Centre Title of presentation: PUBLICLY RETRIEVABLE FTP ARCHIVES FOR ESOTERIC SCIENCE AND SCHOLARSHIP: A SUBVERSIVE PROPOSAL Abstract: We have heard many predictions about the demise of paper publishing, but life is short and the inevitable day still seems a long way off. This is a subversive proposal that could radically hasten that day. It is applicable only to ESOTERIC (non-trade, no-market) scientific and scholarly publication (but that is the lion's share of the academic corpus anyway), namely, that body of work for which the author does not and never has expected to SELL his words. He wants only to PUBLISH them, that is, to reach the eyes of his peers, his fellow esoteric scientists and scholars the world over, so that they can build on one another's work in that collaborative enterprise called learned inquiry. For centuries, it was only out of reluctant necessity that authors of esoteric publications made the Faustian bargain to allow a price-tag to be erected as a barrier between their work and its (tiny) intended readership because that was the only way to make their work public in the era when paper publication (and its substantial real expenses) were the only way to do so. But today there is another way, and that is PUBLIC FTP: If every esoteric author in the world this very day established a globally accessible local ftp archive for every piece of esoteric writing he did from this day forward, the long-heralded transition from paper publication to purely electronic publication (of esoteric research) would follow suit almost immediately. The only two factors blocking it at the moment are (1) quality control (i.e., peer review and editing), which happen to be implemented today almost exclusively by paper publishers and (2) the patina of paper publishing, which results from this monopoly on quality control. If all scholars' preprints were universally available to all scholars by anonymous ftp (and gopher, and World-wide web, and the search/retrieval wonders of the future), NO scholar would ever consent to WITHDRAW that preprint from the public eye after the refereed version was accepted for paper "PUBLICation." Instead, everyone would, quite naturally, substitute the refereed, published reprint for the unrefereed preprint. Paper publishers will then either restructure themselves (with the cooperation of the scholarly community) so as to arrange for the minimal true costs and a fair return on electronic-only page costs (which I estimate to be less than 25% of paper-page costs, contrary to the 75% figure that appears in most current publishers' estimates) to be paid out of advance subsidies (from authors' page charges, learned society dues, university publication budgets and/or governmental publication subsidies) or they will have to watch as the peer community spawns a brand new generation of electronic-only publishers who will. The subversion will be complete, because the (esoteric -- no-market) literature will have taken to the airwaves, where it always belonged, and those airwaves will be free (to the benefit of us all) because their true minimal expenses will be covered the optimal way for the unimpeded flow of esoteric knowledge to all: In advance. Biographical sketch (5-15 lines): Stevan Harnad, Professor of Psychology and Director of the Cognitive Sciences Centre at University of Southampton UK, was born in Budapest, Hungary, grew up in Montreal, Canada, did his undergraduate work at McGill University and his Doctorate at Princeton University (in cognitive psychology). His research is on categorization and neural networks and on perception, cognition and language in general, on which he has written numerous articles and edited and contributed to several books. A further interest is "Scholarly Skywriting," a form of interactive electronic publication and communication that he has been actively involved in exploring and developing, and on which he has written several articles. He is Founder and Editor of two refereed journals, Behavioral and Brain Sciences and PSYCOLOQUY, the first paper (published by Cambridge University Press since 1978) and the second electronic (sponsored by the American Psychological Association since 1990). The following files are retrievable from directory pub/harnad/Harnad on host princeton.edu (citation is followed by FILENAME and, where available, ABSTRACT): Harnad, S. (1990) Scholarly Skywriting and the Prepublication Continuum of Scientific Inquiry. Psychological Science 1: 342 - 343 (reprinted in Current Contents 45: 9-13, November 11 1991). FILENAME: harnad90.skywriting Harnad, S. (1991) Post-Gutenberg Galaxy: The Fourth Revolution in the Means of Production of Knowledge. Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2 (1): 39 - 53 (also reprinted in PACS Annual Review Volume 2 1992; and in R. D. Mason (ed.) Computer Conferencing: The Last Word. Beach Holme Publishers, 1992; and in A. L. Okerson (ed.) Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters, and Academic Discussion Lists, 2nd edition. Washington, DC, Association of Research Libraries, Office of Scientific & Academic Publishing, 1992). FILENAME: harnad91.postgutenberg Harnad, S. (1992) Interactive Publication: Extending the American Physical Society's Discipline-Specific Model for Electronic Publishing. Serials Review, Special Issue on Economics Models for Electronic Publishing, pp. 58 - 61. FILENAME: harnad92.interactivpub Harnad, S. (1994) Implementing Peer Review on the Net: Scientific Quality Control in Scholarly Electronic Journals. Proceedings of International Conference on Refereed Electronic Journals: Towards a Consortium for Networked Publications. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg 1-2 October 1993 (in press) FILENAME: harnad94.peer.review ABSTRACT: Electronic networks have made it possible for scholarly periodical publishing to shift from a trade model, in which the author sells his words through the mediation of the expensive and inefficient technology of paper, to a collaborative model, in which the much lower real costs and much broader reach of purely electronic publication are subsidized in advance, by universities, libraries, and the scholarly societies in each specialty. To take advantage of this, paper publishing's traditional quality control mechanism, peer review, will have to be implemented on the Net, thereby recreating the hierarchies of journals that allow authors, readers, and promotion committees to calibrate their judgments rationally -- or as rationally as traditional peer review ever allowed them to do it. The Net also offers the possibility of implementing peer review more efficiently and equitably, and of supplementing it with what is the Net's real revolutionary dimension: interactive publication in the form of open peer commentary on published work. Most of this "scholarly skywriting" likewise needs to be constrained by peer review, but there is room on the Net for unrefereed discussion too, both in high-level peer discussion forums to which only qualified specialists in a given field have read/write access and in the general electronic vanity press. Hayes, P., Harnad, S., Perlis, D. & Block, N. (1992) Virtual Symposium on the Virtual Mind. Minds and Machines 2(3) 217-238. FILENAME: harnad92.virtualmind ABSTRACT: When certain formal symbol systems (e.g., computer programs) are implemented as dynamic physical symbol systems (e.g., when they are run on a computer) their activity can be interpreted at higher levels (e.g., binary code can be interpreted as LISP, LISP code can be interpreted as English, and English can be interpreted as a meaningful conversation). These higher levels of interpretability are called "virtual" systems. If such a virtual system is interpretable as if it had a mind, is such a "virtual mind" real? This is the question addressed in this "virtual" symposium, originally conducted electronically among four cognitive scientists: Donald Perlis, a computer scientist, argues that according to the computationalist thesis, virtual minds are real and hence Searle's Chinese Room Argument fails, because if Searle memorized and executed a program that could pass the Turing Test in Chinese he would have a second, virtual, Chinese-understanding mind of which he was unaware (as in multiple personality). Stevan Harnad, a psychologist, argues that Searle's Argument is valid, virtual minds are just hermeneutic overinterpretations, and symbols must be grounded in the real world of objects, not just the virtual world of interpretations. Computer scientist Patrick Hayes argues that Searle's Argument fails, but because Searle does not really implement the program: A real implementation must not be homuncular but mindless and mechanical, like a computer. Only then can it give rise to a mind at the virtual level. Philosopher Ned Block suggests that there is no reason a mindful implementation would not be a real one.