Conferences & Events 1999 Wednesday, 18 July 2001

Links to be checked for access as of September 2009

1999 December 13   Working Together: Covering the Nation’s Resources:  Seminar organised under the auspices of the British Library’s Co-operation and Partnership Programme, LASER and LINC.  Papers available at  http://www.bl.uk/concord/public1.html

1999 December 10-11 Cranfield University   ICOLC Conference for European Consortia. The International Coalition of Library Consortia.  Contact:  Library.Secretariat@Cranfield.ac.ukhttp://www.cranfield.ac.uk/cils/library/icolc/

1999 December 7-9   National Hall & Olympia 2, London, UK Online Information 99 Conference & Exhibition.   http://www.online-information.co.uk/ol99/index.html | Contact: Conference Editor, Catherine Graham at:  Learned Information Europe Ltd Woodside, Hinksey Hill, Oxford OX1 5BE, UK T +44 (0)1865 388064, F +44 (0)1865 736354  E-mail catherine_graham@learned.co.uk

1999 December 1-4 Hobart, Tasmania  ANZAM 99 From the Edge: Management: Beyond...  Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management.  Contact:  Conference Design PO Box 342 Sandy Bay Tasmania 7005 Australia Phone: (03) 6224 3773 Fax: (03) 6224 3774 Email: anzam99@utas.edu.auhttp://www.comlaw.utas.edu.au/anzam99/

1999 November 30 - December 2 Dallas, Texas CAUSE99

1999 November 16 Canberra Digital Library Conference (ALIA ACT Branch and FLIN) Presentations now available.

1999 November 12–14 Atlanta, Georgia Creating New Strategies  for  Cooperative Collection Development.  Hosted by The Center for Research Libraries (CRL).  Sponsored by Association of Research Libraries (ARL), Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), International Consortium of Library Consortia (ICOLC), Research Libraries Group (RLG) http://wwwcrl.uchicago.edu/info/99confinfo.htm  Contact:  Jim Green, Center for Research Libraries, 6050 S. Kenwood Ave Chicago, IL 60637 Ph: (773) 955-4545 Ext. 350 Fax (773) 955-4339 Email: green@crlmail.uchicago.edu | Outcomes

1999 November 9-12  Auckland, New Zealand  Capturing Knowledge for the Future:  LIANZA Conference.   http://www.auckland.ac.nz/lbr/conf99/home.htm | Contact:  Mary A Schnackenberg  Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind  Private Bag 99941,   Newmarket 1031  Ph +64 9 355-6961 mschnackenberg@rnzfb.org.nz

1999 November 2 Policy Studies Institute, London Authentication in UK HE:  a one day conference.  Organised by LITC, South Bank University, and supported by the JISC Technology Applications Programme.  http://www.sbu.ac.uk/litc/candleathens/conference.html

1999 October 26-29  Long Beach (CA)  EDUCAUSE ’99. Celebrating New Beginnings.  Contact: EDUCAUSE Customer Service Phone: 303-449-4430 Fax: 303-440-0461 conf@educause.edu | http://www.educause.edu/conference/e99/

1999 October 22-29 Pretoria, South Africa Empowering Society Through the Global Flow of Information: 6th International Conference on Interlending and Document Supply (ILDS 99) Contact: ILDS Conference PO Box 397, 0001 Pretoria, South Africa.  Tel. +27 12 321 8931 Fax +27 12 325 5981  E-mail: petro@statelib.pwv.gov.za

1999 October 18-19 Glenelg, South Australia  Improving Literacy Learning: What does the research tell us?  ACER Research Conference.  Contact:  Australian Council for Educational Research Tel: (03) 9277 5503  Fax: (03) 9277 5500  Email: conference@acer.edu.auhttp://www.acer.edu.au/conferences/national99.htm

1999 October 14-15 Washington, DC SPARC 1999 Membership Meeting:  Opportunities for Scholarly Communications: Crafting New Models.  Contact:  Alison Buckholtz, SPARC Communications Manager voice: 202-296-2296 alison@arl.orghttp://www.arl.org/sparc/99mtg.html | Summary of meeting

1999 October 14 The Harvard Graduate School of Education  Cambridge, MA Reference in the New Millennium:  The Evolving Role of the Information Professional:  The VRD 1999 Annual Digital Reference Conference Sponsored by: The White House Office of Science & Technology Policy The Library of Congress The Department of Education's National Library of Education The ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology.  http://www.vrd.org/conferences/VRD99/indexnf.html | Contact: Abby Kasowitz, Virtual Reference Desk Project Coordinator Phone: 800-464-9107 Email  vrd@vrd.org

1999 October 7–8  Mesa, Arizona Preservation and Access for Electronic College and University Records.  Conference Presentations

1999 September 27-30 Deakin University, Geelong ODLAA Biennial Forum:  Open, Distance, and Flexible Learning: The Challenges of the New Millenium.  Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia.  Contact:  Mrs C Wilde ODLAA Forum Faculty of Education Deakin University Waurn Ponds  VIC  3217 email ripvet@deakin.edu.auhttp://www2.deakin.edu.au/odlaa/

1999 September 26-29 Wellington, N.Z.  "A Balancing Act: Looking Ahead, Learning from Experience"  Association for Tertiary Education Management http://www.conferences.co.nz/atem-aappa1999/

1999 September 24-25  Keystone, Colorado ARL/OCLC Strategic Issues Forum  for Academic Library Directors. 1999 Theme: The Future Roles and Contributions of Academic Libraries.  Contact: training@arl.org or call OLMS at (202) 296-8656.|   http://www.arl.org/training/forum.html

1999 September 22-26 Washington, DC, USA  ichim99:  International Cultural Heritage Informatics Meeting.   http://www.archimuse.com/ichim99/ichim99.html Contact:  Archives & Museum Informatics 2008 Murray Ave., Suite D Pittsburgh, PA 15217 USA info@archimuse.com

1999 September 22-24 Paris, France ECDL'99: Third European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries. Co-organized by BNF (Bibliothèque Nationale de France) and INRIA (Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique)   http://www-rocq.inria.fr/EuroDL99/  Contact Florence.Balax@inria.fr

1999 September 21-23 University of Bristol, UK ALT-C 99: The Learning Technology Life-Cycle: 6th International Conference. Hosted by CTI, ILRT and JISC.  Contact: Sara Hassen In Any Event UK, 1 Riverside, St. Anne's Road Bristol BS4 4ED United Kingdom. Email: enquiries@inanyevent-uk.com Tel: +44 (0) 117 977 9477  Fax: +44 (0) 117 972 4345 ttp://www.ilrt.bris.ac.uk/alt-c99/

1999 September 12-15 King's College London DRH 99 Digital Resources for the Humanities.   http://www.drh.org.uk/  Contact: Conference office by email (drh@kcl.ac.uk)

1999 September Rhodes, Greece Libraries Without Walls 3:  The Delivery of Library Services to Distant Users.  An international conference organised by CERLIM - The Centre for Research in Library and Information Management.  Contact:  cerlim@mmu.ac.uk Tel: ++44 (0)161 247 6142 Fax: ++44 (0) 161 247 6351

1999 September 8-11  Brisbane, Australia   'Beyond the Future' Arts Libraries Society / Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference in conjunction with the Third Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art. Contact JudyGunning@qcc.qld.gov.auhttp://www.arts.monash.edu.au/others/arlis_anz/   |

1999 September 6-8 Sydney  1999 & Beyond - Partnerships & Paradigms:  Reference and Information Service Section Conference and Exhibition.  http://www.csu.edu.au/special/raiss99/ Contact:   ACMS - Conventions & Exhibitions Pty Ltd Postal: PO Box 468, Paddington, NSW 2021 Location: 70 Glenmore Road, Paddington, NSW URL: http://www.acms.com.au Telephone: +61 2 9332 4622 Facsimile: +61 2 9332 4066 Email: raiss99@acms.com.au

1999 August 19-28 Bangkok, Thailand 65th IFLA Council and General Conference http://ifla.inist.fr/IV/ifla65/65intro.htmhttp://www.ifla99.th.com/ Contact: Mr. W.D. Roberts, Coordinator of Professional Activities, IFLA Headquarters, The Hague Fax +(31-70) 383-4827 E-mail: ifla.hq@ifla.nl

1999 August 27-31 Northumberland, England  "Value and Impact" 3rd Northumbria International Conference On Performance Measurement In Libraries And Information Services.  Contact:  The Manager, Information North, Bolbec Hall, Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1SE, England.   Tel: +44 (0)191 232 0877   Fax: +44 (0)191 232 0804 E-mail: michael.long@dial.pipex.com

1999 August 11-14 Berkeley, California, USA Fourth ACM Digital Libraries Conference (DL '99)  Contact:  Neil Rowe rowe@cs.nps.navy.mil Department of Computer Science Spanagel 514, Code CS/Rp Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, CA 93943 USA  +1-831-656-2462  +1-831-656-2814 FAX   http://fox.cs.vt.edu/DL99/

1999 August 8-12 Port Stephens, NSW  CAUDIT-EDUCAUSE Institute.  Contact:   Ian Hunter, Executive Officer, CAUDIT, at:   Phone: (07) 4635 5089; fax (07) 4635 5089  exec.officer@caudit.edu.au  |  http://www.caudit.edu.au/caudit/institute/index.html

1999 August 6-11  Snowmass Village, Colorado  Strategy, Technology, Organization, Relationships, and Mission (STORM!).  Seminars on Academic Computing - an Educause affiliate.  Contact:  4772 Walnut Street, Suite 206, Boulder, CO 80301-2538  Fax: 303-440-0461  Tel: 303-449-4430  Email: sac@educause.edu | http://www.educause.edu/sac/sac99/sac99.html

1999 July 22-23 University of South Australia The Vital Link: Library Staffing in the 21st Century.  Presented by the University of South Australia Library and the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).  Contact Ann Luzeckyj Research and Development Librarian University of South Australia Telephone (08) 8302 7040 Fax (08) 8302 6756 Email ann.luzeckyj@unisa.edu.auhttp://www.library.unisa.edu.au//events/vital.htm

1999 July 21-23 University of Technology, Sydney, Australia  Law via the Internet '99: 2nd AustLII Conference on Computerisation of Law via the Internet. Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) Contact:  Joint Conference Chairs - Andrew Mowbray (andrew@austlii.edu.au) and Graham Greenleaf (graham@austlii.edu.au), Co-Directors, AustLII |   http://www.austlii.edu.au/austlii/conference/

1999 July 19-20 Sydney Kinetica Annual Users Meeting National Library of Australia Agenda Papers  (AU)

1999 July 15-16 Canberra  Symposium on Scholarship, Intellectual Ownership and the Law.  Hosted by the National Academies Forum and the National Library of Australia.  Contact: Nancy Pritchard, Australian Academy of Science,GPO Box 119, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia  Phone: (+61) 02 6247 8087; Fax: (+61) 02 6248 6287; Email: naf@anu.edu.au   |   http://www.naf.org.au/iosymp.htm

1999 July 5-8 Griffith University, Brisbane Learner-Centered Universities for the New Millennium:  International Conference on Improving University Teaching (IUT).   http://www.iult.org/

1999 June 28 New Orleans “Can We Ever Cancel Anything?  Collection Development and Resource Tradeoffs in an Electronic Environment”  Sponsored by ASCLA Interlibrary Cooperation & Networking; RUSA Collection Development & Evaluation Section.   http://ala8.ala.org/ascla/cancel_program.html Papers now available online.

1999 June 24 - July 1 New Orleans American Library Association Annual Conference http://www.ala.org/alaevents/alaevents_home.html

1999 June 22-23 Manchester Managing the Marketplace:  second national conference. The National Group on Consortium Purchasing in Academic Libraries (NGCPAL).  Contact:  Mike Day (e-mail: M.Day@UMIST.ac.uk)

1999 June 21-22 Washington,  D.C. Working Together:  a workshop for archivists, records managers and information technologists.  Sponsored  by  the  Coalition  for  Networked  Information  (CNI) with  support  from  the National  Historical  Publications  and  Records  Commission  (NHPRC).  Contact Joan Lippincott at  joan@cni.org | http://www.cni.org/projects/working.together/

1999 June 16-20 Toronto Facing the Challenges: A Practical Survival Guide  Canadian Library Association  54th Annual Conference.  Contact:  Canadian Library Association, 200 Elgin St., Suite 602, Ottowa, Ontario K2P 1L5  Phone: (613) 232-9625 Fax: (613) 563-9895 Beverly Patacairk, Meetings Manager, ext. 304   Email: bpatacairk@cla.ca  |  http://www.yonahs.com/cla99/

1999 June 10-13  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania From Carnegie to Internet2: Forging the Serials Future.  14th Annual NASIG Conference. Contact:  Conference Planning Committee Chair: Denise Novak, dn22@andrew.cmu.edu. |  http://www.library.cmu.edu/Conferences/NASIG/

1999 May 20 Nottingham  Information Strategies Conference.  Learning From Business.  Joint Information Systems Committee.  Contact:  Ann Hughes JISC Information Strategies co-ordinator C35 Cherry Tree Buildings University of Nottingham University Park Nottingham   NG7 2RD e-mail m.a.hughes@nottingham.ac.uk tel  0115 951 3388

1999 May 19-21 Baltimore, MD, USA IEEE Advances in Digital Libraries Conference '99 Contact:  Elke Rundensteiner Computer Science Department  Worcester Polytechnic Institute  100 Institute Road  Worcester, MA 01609  Tel: (508)831-5815  E-mail: rundenst@cs.wpi.eduhttp://cimic.rutgers.edu/~adl/

1999 May 19-21 Hilton, Sydney Airport On the Brink - Critical Leadership Issues for Tertiary Education Managers: Annual State Conference of the NSW Branch of Association for Tertiary Education Management. Contact: Norsearch Conference Services  nsearch@scu.edu.au

1999 May 16-22 Chania, Greece  The Future of Libraries and Human Communication - 20th IATUL Conference.   International Association of Technological University Libraries (IATUL)   http://educate.lib.chalmers.se/IATUL/crete.html Contact:  Ms. Anthi Katsirikou Technical University of Crete University Campus, 73100 Greece Fax: +30 821 28460 e-mail: anthi@cha.forthnet.gr

1999 May 15-20 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA CHI99:  the CHI is the limit.  ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.  Contact:  Tel: +1 410 263 5382  Fax: +1 410 267 0332  Email: chi99-help@acm.org  |   http://www.acm.org/sigchi/chi99/index.html

1999 April 28-30 Washington, DC  EDUCAUSE Networking 99:   "Realizing the Promise of Advanced Networking".   http://www.educause.edu/netatedu/contents/events/apr99/

1999 April 26-7 Washington, DC Spring CNI Task Force Meeting. Project briefings - Abstracts | http://www.cni.org/tfms/1999a.spring/

1999 April 26 Value For Money Forum Debate (email to web debate on the recently published TASC report "Value for Money Considerations in Software Strategies for Higher Education" by Alan Robiette active from 14:00 at  http://www.niss.ac.uk/vfm/).  NISS  Contact:   vfm@niss.ac.uk (UK)

1999 April 19-21 Sydney CAUSE in Australasia 99:  Doing IT Right - "People and Technology."  Contact:   B.Richmond@isu.usyd.edu.au   |  http://www.usyd.edu.au/cause99/

1999 April 17-20 Ballina AusWeb99-The Fifth Australian World Wide Web Conference.  (Followed by The AusWeb Roadshow - Open for Registration - Brisbane, Melbourne & Sydney 21st April 22nd April 23rd April) Contact:  Sandra Power at Norsearch Conference Services      spower2@scu.edu.au | http://ausweb.scu.edu.au/

1999 April 12-14 UMIST, Manchester  UKSG 22nd Annual Conference/4th European Serials Conference.  Contact:  Jill Tolson, UKSG Business Manager, 114 Woodstock Road, Witney OX8 6DY, UK Tel: +44 (0)1993 703466; Fax: +44 (0)1993 778879; e-mail: uksg@dial.pipex.comhttp://www.uksg.org/conf99.htm

1999 April 8-11 Detroit, Michigan Racing Toward Tomorrow: ACRL 9th National Conference. The Association of College and Research Libraries.   http://www.ala.org/acrl/prendex.html

1999 March 26-27  Washington, DC  New Challenges for Scholarly Communication in the Digital Era: Changing Roles and Expectations in the Academic Community.  Sponsored by: American Association of University Professors, American Council of Learned Societies, Association of American University Presses, Association of Research Libraries, Coalition for Networked Information  http://www.arl.org/scomm/conf.html  Contact:  Mary Jane Brooks - New Challenges 21 Dupont Circle, NW Washington, DC 20036 phone: 202-296-2296 fax:   202-872-0884 email: maryjane@arl.org

1999 March 22 The British Library, London Library Resource Sharing and Discovery:  Catalogues for the Future: A one-day workshop presented by the eLib Clump Projects: A conference organised by the Electronic Libraries Programme and co-ordinated by UKOLN.  http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/events/elib-clumps-conf-99/

1999 March 5-6 Southern Cross University  The Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in the Digital Age:  Australasian Intellectual Property Conference 1999.   http://www.scu.edu.au/schools/lawj/aipc/ Contact:   lmesseng@scu.edu.au

1999 February 23 (Sydney) & February 25 (Melbourne) Organising  for Success:  Practical strategies for the knowledge-based economy.  Australian Human Resources Institute.  Contact:  AHRI, PO Box 508 Neutral Bay  NSW  2089.  Tel 1300 656 746  Fax 02 9908 3012   http://www.ahri.com.au/events/orgsuccess/index.html

1999 February 12 Brisbane Copyright Futures seminar. Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy  http://www.gu.edu.au/centre/cmp/copyright.html

1999 January 22-28 Philadelphia American Library Association MidWinter Meeting http://www.ala.org/alaevents/alaevents_home.html

1999 January 19-21 Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia Information Online & On Disc 99 The Ninth Australasian Conference & Exhibition http://www.csu.edu.au/special/online99/ Contact: ACMS - Conventions & Exhibitions Pty Ltd Postal: PO Box 468, Paddington, NSW 2021 Location: 70 Glenmore Road, Paddington, NSW URL: http://www.acms.com.au Telephone: +61 2 9332 4622 Facsimile: +61 2 9332 4066 Email: online99@acms.com.au