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Full text: Bibliotheksdienst (Rights reserved) Issue38.2004 (Rights reserved)

PROGRAMME Fortbildungskurse der International Ticer School The International Ticer School will offer the following library management courses in 2004. The last three courses can be conveniently combined. The courses are organised by Ticer B.V., known from the International Summer School on the Digital Library, in cooperation with Tilburg University in the Netherlands, the Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Library in the USA, the CERN Scientific Information Service in Switzerland, Informationland in the Netherlands/UK, the Netherlands Association for Library, Information, and Knowledge Professionals (NVB), Heriot-Watt University in the UK, and University of Leeds in the UK. Contact: Ticer B.V., Ms Anja Huijben and Ms Esther Bruls, P.O. Box 4191, 5004 JD Tilburg, The Netherlands, Tel.: +31 - 13 - 466 8310, Fax: +31 - 13 - 466 8383, E-Mail: ticer@uvt.nl, URL http://www.ticer.nl/ Registration via http://www.ticer.nl/form/form04.htm. 1. The Digital Library and e-Publishing for Science, Technology, and Medicine Termin: 13-18 June 2004 Ort: CERN, Geneva, Switzerland An ideal opportunity for STM librarians to get an overview of where STM libraries are heading, at the attractive location of CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. Subjects Changes in the information chain; new roles of publishers on the Internet; the library as the information gateway, the library as a publisher; licensing op- tions; library consortia: success, realism and myth; electronic preprints: document servers and institutional repositories; reference linking; library case studies. Course director: Rick Luce, Director, Research Library, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA 2. Return on Investment for Libraries and Information Services Termin: 27-29 June 2004 Ort: Tilburg University, the Netherlands It is becoming more and more important to demonstrate the economic impact of libraries and information services to management or client environment. For the very first time, these important management issues have been tailor-made in a course context for library managers. BIBLIOTHEKSDIENST 38. Jg. (2004), H. 5 685
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