Seminar: Open Archives and Public Access to Environmental Info, Stockholm, Sep.11.

From: Hugo Fjelsted Alrĝe <Hugo.Alroe_at_AGRSCI.DK>
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 09:15:39 +0200

For your information, there is a seminar on open archives and public access tomorrow in Sweden. Public access is one of the less spoken of goals of open archives - so if anyone happens to be in the neighbourhood ...
regards, Hugo Alrĝe
Open Archives and Public Access to Environmental Info

Place: Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, Blekholmsterrassen 36, Stockholm
Date: Thursday, September 11, 2003

The seminar concerns the concept of open archives within the field of environmental research (and related areas such as agriculture, forestry and veterinary medicine ...). One theme in the seminar will be the UNECE Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (Aarhus Convention) <>).

09.00-09.30 Coffee and registration
09.30-09.35 Welcome
09.35-10.05 Introduction to the Aarhus Convention Jonas Ebbesson, Doctor of
Law and Senior Lecturer of Environmental Law at the Stockholm University.
10.05-10.20 Information from The Aarhus Convention Electronic Information
Tools Task Force, Bengt Littorin Swedish EnviroNet
10.20-10.30 Short break
10.30-11.30 "Open archives within the field of environmental research", Hugo
Fjelsted Alrĝe, Postdoctoral Scientist at the Danish Research Centre for
Organic Farming and Administrator of Organic Eprints
11.30-12.30 "Open archives and intellectual property", Mark Bide, Rightscom
12.30-13.30 Lunch buffet
13.30-14.30 Group work - free time for our lecturers...
14.30-14.45 Coffee
14.45-16.00 Panel debate (Mark Bide, Hugo Fjelsted Alrĝe, Jonas Ebbesson)
Jan Hagerlid will conduct the panel debate. Jan works with the Netuniversity
and electronic publishing at Bibsam, the Department for National
Co-ordination and Development at the Royal Library of Sweden.
16.00 Closing

The seminar is a joint venture between the libraries of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences(SLU) <> and the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency <>. It is partly funded by BIBSAM (the Royal Library´s Department for National Co-ordination and Development)<>.
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