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NEDBIB-L  December 1994

NEDBIB-L December 1994

Subject:

GL'95, Second International Conference on Grey Literature

From:

Dominic Farace <[log in to unmask]>

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Op SURFnet aangesloten bibliotheken <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 16 Dec 1994 15:04:31 +0100

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> Dear Colleague,
>
> Perhaps an event of interest to librarians, documentalists, and
> information managers and specialists!
>
> With kind regards,
> Dominic Farace
>
=========================== Announcement ==================================

               Grey Exploitations in the 21st Century

         SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GREY LITERATURE


                    Catholic University of America
                         Washington D.C., USA

                          November 2-3, 1995

SPONSORS:

CUA     Catholic University of America
EAGLE   European Association for Grey Literature Exploitation
FID     International Federation for Information and Documentation
ITC     International Translations Centre

PROGRAM COMMITTEE ORGANISATIONS:

CUA     Catholic University of America
EAGLE   European Association for Grey Literature Exploitation
FBIS    Foreign Broadcast Information Service
FID     International Federation for Information and Documentation
GREYNET Grey Literature Network Service
IFLA    International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
ITC     International Translations Centre
NAIC    National Air Intelligence Center


THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GREY LITERATURE=====================

"Grey Exploitations in the 21st Century"

GL'95 GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
In the early 1990's we have seen how the topic of Grey Literature has
captured the global interest of publishers, librarians, and information
users. This surge in the awareness of grey literature can definitely be
attributed to the individual and corporate authors who have devoted their
time and expertise in its research and development. The results of their
efforts have contributed greatly to understanding the processes of
information and knowledge transfer affecting grey literature. Building
upon the contributions made at the First International Conference on Grey
Literature in which more than two hundred delegates from 28 countries
participated, the Second International Conference on Grey Literature, GL'95
will seek to explore the New forms of grey literature in their networked
environments, the Marketing and Promotional aspects of Grey Literature, and
the Management of Grey literature in its Global Context. Together these
three themes comprise the basic conference program, whose subtitle aptly
reads: Grey Exploitations in the 21st Century.

PROPOSED THEMES AND TOPICS

Session I        New Forms of GL in Networked Environments
                 Electronic Publishing - Internet - Bulletin Boards -
                 Distribution Lists - Datafiles - Tapes - CD-ROM - Etc.

Session II       Marketing and Promotional Activities Aligned to Grey
                 Literature
                 Pricing - Advertising - Sales - Electronic Marketing -
                 Etc.

Session III      Management of GL in Regional and Global Contexts
                 Project and Resource Management - Open Sources -
                 Information Policy - Tiered Processing - R&D - Etc.


CALL FOR PAPERS=======================================================GL'95

GUIDELINES FOR THE SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
Participants who wish to present a paper at GL'95 are invited to submit an
English abstract not to exceed 250 words. The abstract should deal with
the problem/hypothesis, the research method/procedure, and the specific
results/conclusions of the research. Accompanying the text of the abstract
should be the full title of the paper, the author(s) name(s) and
institution(s), and the complete address/phone/fax/email information. This
data will be used to compile the GL'95 Information Products.

DUE DATE AND FORMAT USED FOR SUBMISSION
The abstract must be submitted on or before the 1st of March 1995 either by
electronic mail or on a floppy disc in WordPerfect 5.1 including one
print-out. The author will receive written verification upon receipt of the
abstract. The GL'95 Program Committee will use these abstracts in order to
finalize the GL'95 Program and Agenda.

GL'95 CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
TransAtlantic: Grey Literature Network Service,
Koninginneweg 201,
NL-1075 CR Amsterdam
Tel/Fax: (31)-0(20)671.1818
Email: [log in to unmask]

MARKET PRESENTATIONS================================================= GL'95

Special Market Presentations
Outside the GL'95 Plenary and Cluster Sessions, there will be time
allotted for Market Presentations. If you wish to address the Delegates
and Participants at GL'95 about the information products and services that
your organisation provides, please complete and send this coupon to the
Organising Bureau, see address below.

Organisation:
Contact Person:
Address/P.O.Box:
Postcode/City/Country:
Tel/Fax/Email:

INFORMATION PRODUCTS AND SERVICES==================================== GL'95

A Conference of this nature will not only offer an opportunity to compile
existing information on Grey Literature but it will also generate new
information and knowledge in this field e.g.:

* GreyNet Gopher via the Internet
* GL'95 Conference Proceedings
* International Guide to Persons and Organisations in the field of Grey
  Literature
* Annotated bibliography on the Topic of Grey Literature (Revised edition)

LANGUAGE: English

GREYNET SUBSCRIPTION=======================================================

Reduced rates are available for the GL'95 Conference Fee and the GL'95
Products and Services. If you would like more information about GreyNet,
please contact the Organising Bureau.

ORGANISING BUREAU==========================================================

TransAtlantic: Grey Literature Network Service,
Koninginneweg 201,
NL-1075 CR Amsterdam
Tel/Fax: (31)-0(20)671.1818
Email: [log in to unmask]

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