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1 Publishing An e-Journal Brian Kelly UK Web Focus UKOLN University of Bath UKOLN is funded by Resource: The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries, the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) of the Higher and Further Education Funding Councils, as well as by project funding from the JISC and the European Union. UKOLN also receives support from the University of Bath where it is based. Pres 1 Workshop resources URL:

2 2 UKOLNs e-Journals Ariadne: Longstanding e-journal, launched in January 1996 Initially covered UK HEs eLib programme. Now has broad remit covering UK HE and FEs interests See Exploit Interactive: EU-funded e-journal Seven issues published from May 1999 and Oct 2000 Covered EUs Telematics For Libraries programme See Cultivate Interactive: EU-funded e-journal launched in July 2000 Covers EUs Cultural Heritage (DIGICULT) programme See

3 3 Ariadne: Exploit Interactive: Cultivate Interactive:

4 4 Exercise 1 What is your background? What interests in Web magazines do you have? What do you hope to gain from the session? What specific issues would you like addressed? E

5 5 Possible Interests Funding models Interests Evaluation Standards Functionality Authoring issues Quality control Awareness Learned journals House magazines Design Inhouse or out-source Statistics Lightweight vs heavyweight solution Technical architecture Citation

6 6 Timetable Introduction Whats Out There? What Are They? The Readers View The Authors View The Publishers View Funding Coffee 10:15Start of Workshop 13:00Finish


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