8:50

Preprint Servers and Extensions to Other Fields

Richard Luce, research library director, Los Alamos National Laboratory

9:05

Implications of Emerging Recommender and Reputation Systems

Paul Resnick, associate professor, University of Michigan

9:20

Discussion of Issues

10:35

Break

Panel 5: What Constitutes a Publication in the Digital Environment?

Moderator: Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information

10:55

Opening Remarks by Moderator

11:00

Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment

Monica Bradford, executive editor, Science

11:15

Publishing Large Data Sets in Astronomy—The Virtual Observatory

Alex Szalay, Alumni Centennial Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, The Johns Hopkins University

11:30

Data Curation and Integration with the Literature

David Lipman, director, National Institutes of Health/National Center for Biotechnology Information

11:45

Discussion of Issues

1:00

Lunch

Panel 6: Wrap-Up Session

Moderator: Mary Waltham, publishing consultant

1:55

Opening Remarks by Moderator

2:00

Symposium Summaries

Malcolm Beasley, Theodore and Sydney Rosenberg Professor of Applied Physics, Stanford University

James O’Donnell, provost, Georgetown University

Ann Wolpert, director of libraries, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

2:30

Discussion of Issues

3:10

Closing Remarks by Symposium Chair, Edward Shortliffe

3:15

Adjourn



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