Internet Librarian 2000 Conference Overview

The fourth annual Internet Librarian is a mixture of leading-edge ideas and tools as well as exciting new events — all focused on information professionals and Internet-related technologies. This year the conference program is streamed around five themes:
  • WebWizards’ Symposium, 3 days including Web Tools and Systems 
  • Navigating the Net: Searching and Searchers, 3 days including Training, Search Engines, and Virtual Communities
  • eResources, 3 days including Content Management and eRoles
  • Intranet Professional’s Institute, 3 days including Portals, Information Architecture, and Knowledge Management
  • Internet@Schools, 2 days hosted by MultiMedia Schools
Internet Librarian 2000 features over 100 dynamic speakers in four simultaneous tracks plus 20 workshops, two evening sessions, and eight cybertours. It brings case studies, fresh concepts, practical tips, concrete successful strategies, real world applications and many lessons learned. Catering to leaders and learners, Internet Librarian 2000 will be of interest to all information professionals.
CYBERCAFE & HANDS-ON CYBERTOURS  [Back by Popular Demand!]
LEXIS-NEXIS is sponsoring a ’50s-style CyberCafe in the Exhibit Hall providing workstations for searching the Net and checking e-mail! There are even places for you to plug your laptop into a phone line. During off hours, early morning and evening, we are holding hands-on cybertours and cybercruises led by Web experts. For more details click here.
Monday, November 6, 7:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Barbara Quint, Editor, Searcher magazine, leads the Southern California’s Online Users Group’s Advanced Retreat — a mini-version of their famous annual retreats. Join these experienced road warriors for a glimpse at future strategies and solutions, as well as coffee, cookies and lots of fun!

Tuesday, November 7, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Join the election night frenzy for an election Web site cybertour, live TV coverage, prizes and lots of networking. This is the place to be! Click here for more details.

Information Today invites all registrants, exhibitors, and exhibition visitors to receptions on Monday and Tuesday evenings. They provide opportunities to renew acquaintances and meet new colleagues in a relaxed atmosphere. For further networking opportunities sign up in the registration area for our Dine Around groups.
The Internet Librarian 2000 exhibition will feature over 100 booths offering the visitor a choice of products covering all aspects of Internet, intranet, and library technology, including search engines, software, document delivery and Web delivery systems, online services, content providers, and more. If you are looking for Internet/intranet solutions, evaluating competing systems, keeping up-to-date with the newest Net products and developments, be sure to visit the Internet Librarian 2000 exhibition. Click here for a list of exhibitors.
Preconference workshops are offered on Sunday, November 5 and postconference workshops on Thursday, November 9. They cover topics such as Knowledge Management, Intranet Development, Content Acquisition Strategies, Advanced Web Searching, Mega-Training, eBooks, ePublishing, and more. For a complete listing of these in-depth continuing education opportunities, click here.
Join us for the third Internet Librarian Golf Classic. This tournament will be held on Thursday, November 9. Act quickly, because space is limited to the first 40 golfers! Lots of fun and prizes. For more information, contact Stacey Sochacki by phone at (609) 654-6266 or by e-mail at check Information Today’s Web site at Check the box on the registration page to receive more information.
We are pleased to present the fourth annual Internet Librarian — the ONLY conference for information professionals who are using, developing, and embracing Inter/Intra/ Extranet and Web-based strategies in their roles as information searchers, guides, Webmasters and Web managers, content evaluators, product developers, and more. As the premier tools for information managers and librarians, Internet technologies are the focus of this conference. Internet Librarian 2000 provides an active forum for our excellent speakers to explore the exciting range of issues and challenges facing information professionals today.

Program Chair

Jane I. Dysart, Dysart & Jones Associates

Organizing/Review Committee

Stephen Abram, IHS Micromedia

Scott Brandt, Purdue University Libraries

Pamela Cibbarelli, Cibbarelli’s

Richard Geiger, San Francisco Chronicle

Doris Helfer, California State University

Walt Howe, Delphi Internet Services

Richard Hulser, IBM

Barbara Quint, Editor-in-Chief, Searcher

Andy Breeding, Compaq Computer Corporation

Ferdi Serim, Editor, Multimedia Schools

Hope Tillman, Babson College

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