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Subject:

Handles Workshop Announcement

From:

Steven P Kerchoff <[log in to unmask]>

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FEDLIB: Federal Librarians Discussion List

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Fri, 13 Dec 2002 10:23:37 -0500

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[Moderator's note:  I'm posting this message on behalf of Susanne Dupes
at Information International Associates.  If you have questions about
this CENDI program, please contact her directly at the email address in
the message. - - Steve]

THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS BEING DISTRIBUTED TO SEVERAL LISTS.  WE APOLOGIZE
FOR DUPLICATION. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO DISTRIBUTE TO OTHERS WHO MIGHT BE
INTERESTED, BUT MAKE SURE THAT THIS MESSAGE AS WELL AS THE
REGISTRATION
AND CONTACT INFORMATION ARE INCLUDED.

PLEASE NOTE THAT UNLIKE PREVIOUS CENDI WORKSHOPS, THERE IS A
REGISTRATION FEE.]

Getting a Handle on Federal Information: Persistent Identification
Using
Handles(r)
A CENDI Workshop


January 29, 2003

As the federal government moves to break down information stovepipes
in
the interest of electronic government and homeland security, CENDI,
the
STI Federal Managers' Group, is hosting a one-day workshop on
persistent
identification using Handles(r).  Persistent digital identifiers are
key
to the integration of, access to, and long-term preservation of
digital
information.  These identifiers are permanently assigned to the
digital
object and are retained, even if the physical location of the object
changes. This system, which was originally funded through federal
contracts, is the basis for commercial publishing approaches such as
the
Digital Object Identifier and CrossRef.  This workshop will focus on
traditional and non-traditional uses. Federal implementers of Handles
will discuss their applications. The workshop will end with a
discussion
of Handles as a component of an infrastructure for federal digital
information management, integration and preservation.

The workshop is intended for information managers, webmasters, content
developers/managers, information architects, technical developers,
librarians and archivists.


DATE:
Wednesday, January 29, 2003

TIME:
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.(Registration begins at 8:30.)

PLACE:
Lister Hill Auditorium, Building 38A, National Library of Medicine,
8600
Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD

SPONSORS:
CENDI Content Management and Access and Education and Training Working
Groups.
Support provided by the Defense Technical Information Center and the
National Library of Medicine.

REGISTRATION:
Registration fee: $25 in advance via check to Information
International
Associates, Inc. or via credit card (Visa, Mastercard, or American
Express only).  Registration can be made online at
<http://www2.infointl.com/registration/handles.html>
http://www2.infointl.com/registration/handles.html.Credit card
information must be supplied via fax to (865) 481-0390 (Attn:Susanne
Dupes).

INFORMATION:
Visit the Events Page on the CENDI Web site at
<http://www.dtic.mil/cendi> www.dtic.mil/cendi  or call Susanne Dupes,
Information International Associates, (865) 481-0388 (ext. 120) or
e-mail ([log in to unmask])

ADA accommodations will be provided if requested five (5) business
days
in advance of the meeting. Please contact Susanne Dupes at
[log in to unmask]

DIRECTIONS:

NOTE THAT SECURITY PROCEDURES ARE ENFORCED.  PLEASE CONSIDER METRO AS
THIS IS A MORE CONVENIENT ALTERNATIVE AND PARKING IS LIMITED AND IS
NOT
FREE.

Directions to the NLM/NIH campus and to the Lister Hill Auditorium are
available from  <http://www.nlm.nih.gov/psd/ref/guide/rrdirect.html>
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/psd/ref/guide/rrdirect.html

Phone numbers for the Lister Hill Conference Staff are available at
<http://www.nlm.nih.gov/about/vfacilities.html>
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/about/vfacilities.html

Hotel information is available from
<http://www.nlm.nih.gov/about/lhcaud_lodging.pdf>
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/about/lhcaud_lodging.pdf

CANCELLATION:
Cancellations must be called in to the CENDI Secretariat ((865)
481-0388, ext. 120) 48 hours prior to the start of the program or the
full fee will be charged.

DRAFT AGENDA


8:30                Registration

9:00              Welcome
                  Kurt Molholm (CENDI/Defense Technical Information
Center)
                     Dr. Robert Kahn (Corporation for National
Research
Initiatives)

9:30                Keynote: The Importance of an Infrastructure for
Integration of Federal Government Information (TBD)

Setting the Stage: A Handle Overview

10:00     The Master Handle System (Larry Lannom, Corporation for
National Research Initiatives)

10:30       Break

10:45     Digital Object Identifiers - a Handle Implementation (Norman
Paskin, International DOI Foundation)

11:15  CrossRef - a DOI Implementation for Journal Publishers (Ed
Pentz,
CrossRef)

11:45      Lunch (on your own)

12:45       Traditional Uses of Handles: AFederal Implementers Panel

Barbara Nekoba (Defense Technical Information Center)
Sherry Davids (National Agricultural Library, US Department of
Agriculture)
Lillian Gassie (Naval Postgraduate School)
Martha Knott (Redstone Scientific Information Center)
Wally Finch (National Technical Information Service)
Jane Mendelbaum (Library of Congress)

2:30      Break

Non-Traditional Uses of the Handle System

2:45      Managing Interoperable Digital Objects - Jim Erwin (Defense
Technical Information Center)

3:15         Managing Government Resources  - Dr. Herve LeBoeuf
[invited]

3:45         Wrap Up: Next Steps

4:00         Adjourn

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