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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Symposium Agenda." National Research Council. 2004. Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing and Its Implications: Report of a Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10969.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Symposium Agenda." National Research Council. 2004. Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing and Its Implications: Report of a Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10969.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Symposium Agenda." National Research Council. 2004. Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing and Its Implications: Report of a Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10969.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Symposium Agenda." National Research Council. 2004. Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing and Its Implications: Report of a Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10969.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Symposium Agenda." National Research Council. 2004. Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing and Its Implications: Report of a Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10969.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Symposium Agenda." National Research Council. 2004. Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing and Its Implications: Report of a Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10969.
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A Symposium Agenda SYMPOSIUM ON ELECTRONIC SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL, AND MEDICAL JOURNAL PUBLISHING AND ITS IMPLICATIONS Main Auditorium The National Academies 2100 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20418 Monday, May 19 8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:30 Welcoming Remarks Bruce Alberts, president, National Academy of Sciences 8:45 Symposium Overview Edward Shortliffe, professor and chair, Department of Medical Informatics; deputy vice president for Information Technology Health Sciences Division, Columbia University; and symposium chair 9:00 Keynote Address James J. Duderstadt, president emeritus and University Professor of Science and Engineering Millennium Project, University of Michigan 75

76 ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING Panel 1: Costs of Publication Moderator: Floyd Bloom, The Scripps Research Institute 9:30 Opening Remarks by Moderator 9:35 Overview Presentation Michael A. Keller, CEO, HighWire Press 9:55 Comments by Panel Participants Kent R. Anderson, publishing director, New England Journal of Medicine Robert Bovenschulte, director, Publications Division, American Chemical Society Bernard Rous, deputy director/electronic publisher, Association for Computing Machinery Gordon Tibbitts, president, Blackwell Publishing USA 10:25 Break 10:45 Discussion of Issues 12:00 Lunch Panel 2: Publication Business Models and Revenue Moderator: Jeffrey MacKie-Mason, University of Michigan 1:00 Opening Remarks by Moderator 1:05 Comments by Panel Participants Joseph J. Esposito, president and CEO, SRI Consulting Wendy Pradt Lougee, director, University of Minnesota Library Brian Crawford, vice president and general manager, Life and Medical Sciences, John Wiley & Sons Patrick O. Brown, professor of biochemistry, Stanford University 1:55 Discussion of Issues 3:10 Break

APPENDIX A 77 Panel 3: Legal Issues in Production, Dissemination, and Use Moderators: Ann Okerson, Yale University, and Jane Ginsburg, Columbia Law School 3:30 Copyright Basics: Ownership and Rights Jane Ginsburg, Morton L. Janklow Professor of Literary and Artistic Property Law, Columbia Law School 3:50 Economic and Non-Economic Rewards to Authors Michael Jensen, Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus, Harvard Business School 4:10 Licensing Ann Okerson, associate university librarian for collections and technical services, Yale University 4:30 Discussion of Issues 5:45 Adjourn 6:00 Reception, National Academy of Sciences' Great Hall Tuesday, May 20 8:00 Continental Breakfast Panel 4: What Is Publishing in the Future? Moderator: Daniel E. Atkins, University of Michigan 8:30 Opening Remarks by Moderator 8:35 Institutional Repositories Hal Abelson, Class of 1922 Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 8:50 Preprint Servers and Extensions to Other Fields Richard E. Luce, research library director, Los Alamos National Laboratory

78 ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING 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

APPENDIX A 79 2:00 Symposium Summaries Malcolm R. Beasley, Theodore and Sydney Rosenberg Professor of Applied Physics, Stanford University James J. 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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The Symposium on Electronic Scientific, Technical, and Medical (STM) Journals and Its Implications addressed five key areas. The first two areas addressed--costs of publication and publication business models and revenue--focused on the STM publishing enterprise as it exists today and, in particular, how it has evolved since the advent of electronic publishing. The following section reviewed copyright and licensing issues of concern to the authors and to universities. The final two sessions looked toward the future, specifically, at what publishing may be in the future and what constitutes a publication in the digital environment.

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