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Date and location                                                                                                               Friday, December 3, 2004, 8:30 - 3:30
Baruch College Conference Center, City University of New York
151 East 25th Street, 7th Floor
New York, New York 10010

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Registration and Coffee
President's Address and Introduction of Officers :: Gloria Meisel, President ACRL/NY 
Program Introduction :: Ann Grafstein, Symposium Chair

Introduction :: Frances J. Maloy, President, ACRL; Division Leader, Access Services, Emory University presentation (HTML) (Internet Explorer users only!) presentation (PowerPoint)
From Greek Chorus to Odysseus: The Role of the Library Community in Changing Scholarly Communication :: Jim Neal, Vice-President for Information Services and University Librarian, Columbia University and Chair of the Steering Committee of SPARC*abstract presentation (HTML) (Internet Explorer users only!) presentation (PowerPoint)
Current State of Scholarly Publishing: a Commercial Publisher's View :: Daviess Menefee, Director of Library Relations, Elsevier *abstract
Morning Break *  Poster sessions
10:45- 11:45                                                                                                                     
The 3-Legged Stool: How JSTOR Balances the (Often Conflicting) Needs of Scholars, Librarians, and Publishers in Maintaining a Sustainable Not-For-Profit Enterprise :: Bruce Heterick, Director for Library Relations, JSTOR and ARTstor *abstract  presentation (HTML) (Internet Explorer users only!) presentation (PowerPoint)
Collection Stewardship and Open Access Journals :: Liz Bishoff, Vice President, Digital Collection and Metadata Service, OCLC *abstract
Lunch at Baruch
Discussant/roundtable moderator:: David Goodman, Associate Professor, Palmer School, LIU
Roundtable discussion

Attendees of the ACRL/NY Symposium may also be interested in the Sixth International Conference on Grey Literature

last updated 12/09/2004