Full Preprint Papers Can Now Be Posted Online by Conference Authors

Full Preprint Papers Can Now Be Posted Online by Conference Authors from headquarters Beginning with the spring 2001 AMS meetings, all Whether or not the program committee for a par- authors who present at a conference or symposium will ticular conference implements a hybrid virtual meet- be able to post their full preprint paper on the AMS ing, all authors will be provided the opportunity to post Web site as well as provide a URL that links to an en- their preprint papers as PDF files at the same time they hanced version of the paper residing on the author's provide them for inclusion in the preprint volume. In own Web site. This means that, prior to the meeting, addition, an author will have the opportunity to pro- attendees will be able to view many of the papers vide a URL that links to an enhanced version of the online that will later appear in the preprint volume. paper residing at his or her own Web site. This will Posting the full preprint paper online is the first step allow those reviewing the conference papers to link to toward facilitating a new type of conference structure what may be a much longer paper (perhaps one being identified in the report of the Ad Hoc Committee on prepared for publication on the same research results) Meetings as a "hybrid virtual" meeting. In this meet- or one that includes color, animations, or other con- ing type, conference papers are placed on the Web site tent supporting the conference presentation. The full for perusal before, during, and after the conference. conference papers and links to additional content will Online discussions on topics of interest to the attend- be provided through the online conference program in ees can be created with debates initiated during the the same way that the short abstract is now available. weeks leading up to the conference, allowing attend- The program, and the papers posted online, will be ees at the conference itself more time in panel discus- available on the Web site for at least one year after the sions surrounding issues raised during the online conference, allowing review before and after the exchange. meeting. • (fx y \ AMS statements that are being considered by the AMS Council for approval are posted on the AMS Web site at least 30 days before the Council vote. The Council may consider a state- ment either at one of the two regularly scheduled meetings each year, or at any time in between using e-mail discussion and electronic balloting. In addition, statement preparation does not fol- low a fixed schedule so statements may come up for consideration at any time of the year. Mem- bers who are interested in providing input to statements are encouraged to check the AMS Web site regularly to see if any are under review at that time. 1 1 1 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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from headquarters Beginning with the spring 2001 AMS meetings, all Whether or not the program committee for a par- authors who present at a conference or symposium will ticular conference implements a hybrid virtual meet- be able to post their full preprint paper on the AMS ing, all authors will be provided the opportunity to post Web site as well as provide a URL that links to an en- their preprint papers as PDF files at the same time they hanced version of the paper residing on the author's provide them for inclusion in the preprint volume. In own Web site. This means that, prior to the meeting, addition, an author will have the opportunity to pro- attendees will be able to view many of the papers vide a URL that links to an enhanced version of the online that will later appear in the preprint volume. paper residing at his or her own Web site. This will Posting the full preprint paper online is the first step allow those reviewing the conference papers to link to toward facilitating a new type of conference structure what may be a much longer paper (perhaps one being identified in the report of the Ad Hoc Committee on prepared for publication on the same research results) Meetings as a "hybrid virtual" meeting. In this meet- or one that includes color, animations, or other con- ing type, conference papers are placed on the Web site tent supporting the conference presentation. The full for perusal before, during, and after the conference. conference papers and links to additional content will Online discussions on topics of interest to the attend- be provided through the online conference program in ees can be created with debates initiated during the the same way that the short abstract is now available. weeks leading up to the conference, allowing attend- The program, and the papers posted online, will be ees at the conference itself more time in panel discus- available on the Web site for at least one year after the sions surrounding issues raised during the online conference, allowing review before and after the exchange. meeting. • (fx y \ AMS statements that are being considered by the AMS Council for approval are posted on the AMS Web site at least 30 days before the Council vote. The Council may consider a state- ment either at one of the two regularly scheduled meetings each year, or at any time in between using e-mail discussion and electronic balloting. In addition, statement preparation does not fol- low a fixed schedule so statements may come up for consideration at any time of the year. Mem- bers who are interested in providing input to statements are encouraged to check the AMS Web site regularly to see if any are under review at that time. 1 1 1 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

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Published: Jan 1, 2001

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