2001: The Global Conference and Exhibition on Electronic Information &
E-Libraries 2001: Conference Overview
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2001 (one of the three conferences comprising
2001) caters to the needs of library managers and technology specialists
and covers the latest developments in library and information center systems
and services. This conference focuses specifically on the
distribution and management of information through libraries and information centers.
During this 3-day event, E-Libraries will address the technology and patron service issues that arise in a rapidly changing library world. With new software and systems being added (and subtracted) every day, E-Libraries provides an important forum for discussing today’s technological state of the art for delivery of library services.
Just a few of the topics being covered this year include “Incorporating Digital Content in the Library Web,” “Managing Electronic Journals,” and “Using Web Technology to Deliver Value-Added Information to the Corporation.”
Program Chair: Pamela Cibbarelli, Cibbarelli’s
Who should attend?
Highlights and Pricing Information
They’re the leaders of the information and knowledge management communities. They’re the ones we all look to for answers to today’s issues and for a glimpse into the future. Each day, InfoToday 2001 delivers the industry’s most powerful voices. Keynote sessions are open to all conference attendees.
Information Today, Inc. invites all attendees and exhibitors to our complimentary receptions. A wine and cheese reception will be held in the exhibit hall on Tuesday from 5-6 PM, and a cocktail reception for delegates and exhibitors will be held on Wednesday from 7-9 PM.
e-Libraries 2001 is sponsored and organized by Information Today, Inc.
We are pleased to have LEXIS-NEXIS as an official corporate sponsor of e-Libraries 2001/InfoToday 2001.
For complete pricing information and a list of what each option includes, click here.
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