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SATURDAY, Oct. 16	MBL--Loeb 308 & Candle House 104/105

	8:30-9:00	Coffee

	9:00-10:45	Workshop A (am): HTML and Web Databases [Abstract]

				David Remsen, Marine Biological Laboratory, Information

				Services Division

				(Knowledge of basic HTML tagging is assumed.)

	10:45-11:00	Break 

	11:00-1:00	Workshop A (pm): Web Design and Graphics [Abstract]

				David Remsen

				(Knowledge of basic HTML tagging is assumed.)

	1:00-2:00	Lunch at Café Swope

	2:00-4:30	Candle House 104/105

			Workshop B: Roundtable: All About Ariel

				Jan E. Heckman, University of Connecticut, Avery Point,


				John Eilts, RLG, Inc.

SUNDAY, Oct. 17 MBL--Lillie, Candle House, Marine Resources Center 11:45 Coffee (MRC 310) 12:00-1:00 Subcommittee Meetings Membership: Victoria Welborn (Lillie 103) Training: Beth Avery (Candle House 104) Resource sharing: Jim Markham (Candle House 105) 1:00-5:00 Executive Board Meeting (MRC 310) 5:00-9:00 Registration/Information outside Swope Center Meigs Room 7:00 pm MBL Swope Center Meigs Room Reception Honoring the Past Presidents Musical entertainment by The Treblemakers IAMSLIC timeline and photo show
MONDAY, Oct. 18 MBL Lillie Auditorium Special Session ~ ~ From the Crow's Nest ~ ~ Special Session With the Boston Library Consortium and regional RLG libraries 7:30-5:00 Registration/Information (Lillie Lobby) 7:30-9:00 Coffee (Lillie Lobby & Lillie 103) Exhibitors (Lillie Lobby & Lillie 103) 9:00-10:00 Keynote: Millennial Libraries: Media and Meaning [Abstract] Walt Crawford, Research Libraries Group, Inc. [Bio] 10:00-10:10 Questions 10:10-10:50 Keynote: Information Technology and Science Dr. Jerry Melillo, Co-Director, Ecosystems Center, MBL [Bio] 10:50-11:00 Questions 11:00-11:15 Coffee (Lillie Lobby and Lillie 103) Exhibitors (Lillie Lobby) Guin Silent Auction (Lillie Auditorium) 11:15-12:15 Keynote: Legalities of Electronic Information Attorney Karen Hersey, Massachusetts Institute of Technology [Bio] Powerpoint Lecture Slides 12:15-12:30 Questions 12:30-2:00 Lunch at Café Swope 2:00-3:00 Keynote: The Use of Marine Organisms in Biomedical Research Dr. John Burris, Director, Marine Biological Laboratory [Bio] 3:00-3:30 Film: "The Marine Biological Laboratory" 3:30-4:00 Tales of Yore: Past Presidents Roundtable Eleanor Uhlinger,Leader 4:00-4:15 Break (Lillie 103) Exhibitors (Lillie Lobby) Guin Silent Auction (Lillie Auditorium) 4:15-4:45 President's Report: the State of IAMSLIC Pauline Simpson, Southampton Oceanography Centre, UK 4:45-5:30 Business Meeting 5:30 + Dinner on your own
TUESDAY, Oct. 19 MBL Lillie Auditorium 8:00-2:30 Registration/Information (Lillie Lobby) 8:00-9:00 Coffee (Lillie Lobby & Lillie 103) Exhibitors (Lillie Lobby & Lillie 103) Guin Silent Auction (Lillie Auditorium) 9:00-9:50 Keynote: History of Cod Fishing Dr. Steven Murawski, Chief, Population Dynamics, National Marine Fisheries Service 9:50-10:00 Questions 10:00-10:15 Building Web Resources: Utilizing the Primary Resources in Archive Collections [Abstract] Paula J. Wolfe, University of Arizona 10:15-10:30 Encoded Archival Description: an Introduction [Abstract] Susan von Salis, Radcliffe College 10:30-10:45 Coffee (Lillie Lobby and Lillie 103) Exhibitors (Lillie Lobby) Guin Silent Auction (Lillie Auditorium) 10:45-11:30 Keynote: Electronic Journal Collections Marshall (Peter) Clinton, University of Toronto [Bio] 11:30-11:40 Questions 11:40-12:00 Timeliness of Electronic Journal Issues versus Print [Abstract] Shelley Shaffer, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD 12:00-12:15 Evolving an Instruction Program [Abstract] Susan S. Berteaux, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD 12:15-12:30 New Models of Library Service: Is the Era of Departmental Libraries at an End? [Abstract] Melissa A. Wong, University of Southern California 12:30-2:00+ Catalyst Cacophony Lunch If you are interested in joining an open discussion on any of the topics, please meet with the designated catalysts in the restaurants indicated. Sign up at registration. Space Planning: (Black Duck) Eleanor Uhlinger, University of Rhode Island Janet Webster, Oregon State University Developing Instructional Resources: (Black Duck) Susan S. Berteaux, SIO, UCSD HOT Software: (Captain Kidd) Steven Watkins, California State University, Monterey Bay IAMSLIC in the Millennium: (Captain Kidd) Pauline Simpson, University of Southampton,UK Stephanie Haas, University of Florida Linda Pikula, NOAA Miami Branch 2:00 + Tours: MBL (Marine Biological Laboratory) and Woods Hole Village (Laurel Moore) MBL Marine Resources Center (David Remsen) WHOI (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) (Maggie Rioux) Martha's Vineyard Island (on your own) 7:00pm Coffee (Lillie 103) Executive Board Meeting (Lillie 103)
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 20 WHOI Clark Laboratory 507 7:00-8:30 Early morning coffee (Swope Dining Hall) 8:30-9:00 Coffee 9:00-10:00 Keynote: Society's Impact on Coastal Ecosystems: Problems and Solutions [Abstract] Dr. Judith E. McDowell, Sea Grant Director, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution [Bio] 10:00-10:15 Trends in Aquatic Science Reseach: Classification Analysis of the ASFA Database [Abstract] Craig Emerson, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts 10:15-10:30 The Evolution of a Database: from KWOK Index to the Web [Abstract] Pamela Olson, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Canada & Anna Fiander, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada 10:30-10:45 Entrez and Transgenic Fish: Learning Genomic Databases on the Web [Abstract] Courtney Ann Shaw, Smithsonian Institution Libraries 10:45-11:00 Break Posters Guin Silent Auction (Clark 509) 11:00-1:00 Virtual Poster Tour 1:00-2:00 Lunch--Clark Special Session ~ ~ Mini Workshop on Data ~ ~ Special Session
2:00-3:15 Keynote: Life and Times of Metadata Anne O'Donnell Ball, Program Manager, NOAA Coastal Services Center, Information Resources [Bio] 3:15-3:30 Break Posters Guin Silent Auction (Clark 509) 3:30-3:45 NASA's Global Change Master Directory: Fostering Collaborations for Earth Science Information and Data Retrieval [Abstract] Gene R. Major, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center 3:45-4:00 GIS Applications to Maritime Boundary Definitions: Diplomacy On and Under the Sea [Abstract] Tracie Penman, MRJ Technology Solutions, Virginia 4:00-4:15 What Can We Hear by Listening to ATOC ? [Abstract] Victoria Welborn, University of California, Santa Cruz 4:15-5:00 Business Meeting 5:00-6:00 Executive Board Meeting 7:00-8:00 Café Swope Happy Hour Musical entertainment by The Rum-Soaked Crooks Followed by a group photo on the Swope stairs 8:00 pm + MBL Swope Meigs Room 25th Anniversary Celebration Clambake Musical entertainment by The Rum-Soaked Crooks T-Shirt Swap
THURSDAY, Oct. 21 WHOI Clark Laboratory 507 7:00-8:30 Early morning coffee (Swope Dining Hall) 9:30-9:45 Coffee Posters Guin Silent Auction (Clark 509) 9:45-10:00 Ubiguitous Digital Identifiers for Grey Literature [Abstract] Kimberly Douglas, California Institute of Technology 10:00-10:15 EURASLIC President's Report [Abstract] Sofia Goulala, National Centre for Marine Research, Greece 10:15-10:30 IOC and its Databases: an Update [Abstract] Peter Pissierssens, IOC (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission) of UNESCO, France 10:30-11:15 Break Posters Guin Silent Auction Winners! 11:15-11:30 Web-Based Surveys: Programming, Methodology, Statistical Significance [Abstract] Jan E. Heckman, University of Connecticut, Avery Point 11:30-11:45 Z39.50 is In Your Future [Abstract] Virginia Allen, Lamar University, Texas 11:45-12:00 Web-Based Awareness Services [Abstract] Sally Stone, Elsevier Science, UK 12:00 Box lunch and bus tour to: (leaving from Clark) Provincetown and Cape Cod National Seashore 6:00 Bus leaves from Provincetown to Falmouth & Woods Hole
FRIDAY, Oct. 22 Harvard University & Library of the MCZ 7:00-8:00 Early morning coffee (Swope Dining Hall) 8:00 Bus leaves from the Swope Conference Center to the University Museums of Natural History (MCZL), 26 Oxford Street, Cambridge (luggage storage will be available at Harvard) 8:10 Bus leaves Ramada Inn in Falmouth (luggage storage will be available at Harvard) 9:30-10:30 Coffee (MCZ 1st floor) 10:30-12:30 Welcome and Speakers (MCZ Room 101) Remarks Nancy Cline, Librarian of Harvard College Prof. James J. McCarthy, Director, Museum of Comparative Zoology Introduction to the Ware Collection of Glass Flowers Susan Rossi-Wilcox, Administrator of the Glass Flowers, Harvard University Herbaria 12:30-1:00 Closing of the Conference 1:00-3:00 Lunch on your own and Harvard Tours (Library staff at MCZ will call Logan airport shuttles for you upon request.) Glass Flowers Harvard Libraries Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Ernst Mayr Library Harvard Museum of Natural History 5:00 Bus to Falmouth & Woods Hole

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