e-Publishing
Time 18 August 2006 / 10:50 ~ 12:30
Venue Room Water Lily
Chair Arthur Chen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Description
Traditionally, the publishing plays an important role in scholarly communication. By application of electronic media and divergence of network effects from Internet, scholarly communication has also been affected heavily, as well as the line between all parties such as authors, publishers, libraries, and end users become ambiguous and information flow is also changed to be dynamic. This session is a reflective discussion on how Internet and electronic technologies impact on publishing, ranging from publishing model, to information authenticity and integrity, to right management both in legal and technological perspective.

Speaker
John Lehman
Institute
University of Alaska Fairbanks, U.S.A.
Topic
Neo-Confucian vs. Communist Influences on Chinese Views of Intellectual Property
Abstract
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Speaker
Ying-chun Hsieh
Institute
College of Communication, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Topic
Information Integrity --The Case of NDAP’s Newsletter
Abstract
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Speaker
Stephen Brooks
Institute
Chadwyck-Healey Group, ProQuest Information and Learning, Cambridge, UK
Topic
Evolving the Business of E-Publishing
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Speaker
Don Choi
Institute
UNIDOCS, U.S.A.
Topic
Online Servicing of the POD (Publishing-on-Demand) Model Implementing DRM (Digital Rights Management) Technology
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