Internet Librarian 2002 •
The Internet Conference & Exhibition for Librarians & Information Managers
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Our 6th year brings a new venue—Palm Springs—and new media sponsors. However, the excellence of the conference program has not changed. The 6th annual Internet Librarian conference is a mixture of leading-edge ideas, tools, expert speakers, and exciting new events—all focused on information professionals and Internet-related technologies.
Internet Librarian 2002 features 4 fabulous keynote sessions, 100+ dynamic speakers in 4 simultaneous tracks, plus more than 20 in-depth learning events and workshops, a fun and informative evening session, Cybertours, and much more.
In addition to
the extensive three-day conference program, Internet Librarian 2002
also offers great dining opportunities and receptions in the exhibit hall.
Please take the time to read through the program. We're sure you'll find
it to be the most extensive and exciting technology event ever put together
for librarians and information professionals. We hope to see you in Palm
Springs in November!
& Info Drive Thrus
Two Days of Workshops!!
& Dine Arounds
face daily challenges as the Internet changes the jobs and expectations
of our patrons and clients—and influences what we do and how we work. Internet
Librarian 2002 has been carefully planned to help you take your Internet
skills to the next level and to get acquainted with new technologies that
will help you stay at the leading edge of your organization.
Sponsored by: Gale Group • NCS Learn • MultiMedia Schools
A co-located 2-day
conference that addresses the practical concerns, strategies, and applications,
and the tools and techniques of librarians and school media specialists
who use the Internet to improve learning in K-12 schools.
This 3-day track
is sponsored by the two leading magazines in the field and populated by
their stellar writers and columnists. It covers the topics of searching
strategies and techniques, search engines, and how to help others navigate
the Net by using virtual services.
What could be more
important for Internet librarians than internal applications of their skills?
The first 2 days of this 3- day track of programs focus on the technology,
tools, and applications for creating and using successful intranets and
portals. The third day looks at key strategies necessary for Internet librarians
to continue their success in the future.
Threat, or Tool for Libraries?
This 3-day track
focuses on digital rights management, digitization, and content management,
as well as the training and e-learning necessary to develop skills for
dealing with the increasing amount of e-content available.
Web Design &
Our world as Internet librarians is integrally connected to the Internet and the Web. What can we expect in the year to come? This 3-day stream of programs looks at the latest in Web design, development, and usability, as well as wireless applications and systems and operations that are changing in our Web and library worlds.
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