List of all accepted papers (sorted by name)

Science and Technology - A Cradle of Databases
Session coordinator: Jiří Kadleček,  Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic
Where: 24. 5. 2006, 13:30 - 17:15, New Auditorium

Scopus - New Features & Functionalities

Author: Sandra Grijzenhout,  Elsevier, Netherlands


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About the author

Sandra Grijzenhout started working with Elsevier in 1993 and since the year 2000, she has been working in the Regional Sales Office. As a Sales Manager Databases, Sandra is responsible for Scopus, but also for the smaller and specialist abstract databases such as and Engineering Village.

Other papers in this session:

Come and discover the latest NPG publications and developments in 2006

Author: Rocio Machhaus, Nature Publishing Group, United Kingdom

Dilemmas of Scientific Databases

Author: Jaroslav Šilhánek, Institute of Chemical Technology, Czech Republic

SpringerLink Integrates Journals, Reference Works and Ebooks

Author: Frans Lettenström, Springer, Germany

A Comparative Analysis of Information Services

Author: Barbara Dixee, Knovel Corporation, USA

Co-author: Christina Pierce / Marketing Manager for Knovel

Comparison of Some Databases from the Point of View of Processing the Czech Sources

Author: Jaroslav Horký, MEDISTYL, Ltd., Czech Republic

Co-author: Boček Bohumil / Medistyl Praha, Bočková Martina / Medistyl Praha, Šmídová Lucie / ÚISK Praha

Ongoing Digitization of Wiley Content and Other Developments on Wiley InterScience

Author: Brett Thomas, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, United Kingdom

Using ESDU in Engineering Education - Solving Faculty Time and Resource Dillema

Author: John Hammar, Information Handling Services - IHS Inc., United Kingdom

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