[Asis-l] FW: Trisociety Symposium & SLA Annual Conference

K.T. Vaughan KT_Vaughan at ncsu.edu
Mon Apr 22 09:52:10 EDT 2002

Hi fellow ASIST folks - please see the reminder below for this year's
Trisociety Symposium.  The three societies are ASIST, SLA, and the American
Chemical Society.  I hope to see y'all there! - KT

This is a reminder that it's time to register for the Special Libraries
Association Annual Conference, June 8-13, 2002 in Los Angeles.  As part the
conference this year, the Chemistry Division is happy to be hosting the 7th
Quadrennial Trisociety Symposium.

The Trisociety Symposium is a joint venture of the American Chemical Society
Division of Chemical Information, Chemistry Division of the Special
Association and the American Society for Information Science and Technology
Special Interest Group on Scientific and Technical Information Systems. Its
is to advance co-operation among the chemical information professionals of
three participating societies by holding a joint one day symposium on a
topic of
mutual interest every four years. I'm including a schedule of the speakers
below.  You can find the abstracts, plus a listing of other Chemistry
events, at the division website,

ASIST members can register at SLA member prices by accessing the online
registration at http://losangeles.sla.org. Registration forms are also
at  http://www.sla.org/pubs/pcp2002/confreg2002.pdf.  There is an early bird
rate of $250 that ends on  May 1.  After that the cost is $295.  You may
want to buy a ticket to the Chemistry Business Meeting/Breakfast on Monday.
It's event #510 and quite a bargain at only $5.

I  hope to see some of you at this year's annual conference. Drop me a note
dunker.mj at pg.com if you have any questions.

Marilynn Dunker
SLA Chemistry Division Chair.

Trisociety Symposium Tentative schedule. Please use these times as a
only. Actual starting times may vary.

Welcome & Introductions: 8:30 ?8:45 am

8:45-9:30 am
Keynote Speaker
New knowledge management systems: the implications for data discovery,
collection development, and the changing role of the librarian.
David Stern,
Director of Science Libraries and Information Services
Kline Science Library, Yale University

9:30-10:00 am
Making the Transition from Print to Electronic Serial  Collections: a new
for chemistry libraries?
Tina E. Chrzastowski
Chemistry Librarian and Professor of Library Administration
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)

10:00-10:30 am
Changing Use Patterns of Print Journals in the Digital Age: Impacts of
Electronic Equivalents on Print Chemistry Journal Use
K.T. L. Vaughan
NCSU Libraries Fellow
Scholarly Communication Center and Collection Management Department
North Carolina State University

10:30-11:00 am
Errata for Online Journal Articles in the Physical Sciences
Emily Poworoznek
Engineering and Physical Sciences Librarian  and Assistant Professor
University of New Hampshire

The Evolving Electronic Library: Linking, Integrating, and Indexing Content
Terry Wright, PhD & Timothy Hoctor
MDL Information Systems

7th Quadrennial Trisociety No-host Lunch   11:30 am to 1:00 pm

1:00-1:30 pm
Beyond Journals: Building the Digital Research Environment
Harry Boyle
Chemical Abstracts Service

1:30-2:00 pm
Reaction Search Online, Science of Synthesis
Kristina Kurz, Ph. D.
Sales Manager, Electronic Products
Thieme New York

2:00-2:30 pm
Intranets in the Corporate Search Environment
Randy Nielsen
CAS Product Marketing Manager

2:30-3:00 pm
Taking advantage of electronic Resources: a corporate library move to a
Marilynn Dunker & Steve Elliott
Business Information Services
The Procter & Gamble Company

3:00- 3:30
Managing Tradeoffs in the Electronic Age
A. Ben Wagner
Physical Sciences Librarian
Science & Engineering Library, University of Buffalo

Marilynn Dunker
The Procter & Gamble Company
6300 Center Hill Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45224
513-634-3496 (fax)
dunker.mj at pg.com

K.T. L. Vaughan

NCSU Libraries Fellow
Scholarly Communication Center and
Collection Management Department

Campus Box 7111, Raleigh, NC 27695-7111
Room 4218, North Stacks, D.H. Hill Library
(919) 513-0377 (phone)
(919) 513-3553 (fax)
kt_vaughan at ncsu.edu

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