Learn How to Enhance Your Web-based
Information Strategies at Internet Librarian 2003
August 8, 2003, Medford, New Jersey—The
program for the Internet Librarian 2003 Conference and Exhibition, to be held
November 3–5, is now available online at www.infotoday.com/il2003. The
conference and exhibition, North America”s largest for librarians and
information managers, caters to all interests and knowledge levels and is sure
to be the must-attend event of the fall for everyone involved in Internet-
and technology-based products and services.
Organized by Information Today, Inc. (ITI), Internet Librarian is the only
conference designed for information professionals who are using, developing,
and embracing Internet and Web-based strategies in their roles as information
searchers, guides, Webmasters and Web managers, content evaluators and organizers,
and product developers. In a year that brings Internet Librarian back to its
popular Monterey, California, location, the programming for 2003 will reflect
all the recent advancements and current challenges within the industry.
Over the course of three days, the keynote speakers and session leaders will
delve into the industry’s most pressing issues. Each day will feature
four different conference track
options, exploring such matters as the following:
· Web Design and Development: Tools, Standards, and Processes—With
becoming increasingly savvy about the Internet, library Webmasters and developers
are feeling the push to create the most sophisticated sites possible. These
sessions explore new ways for Web developers to make their jobs easier.
· E-Resources and Digital Libraries—Building digital libraries
and managing e-resources are challenging when technology, the publishing
industry, and information suppliers are constantly changing. Let session
leaders help you in your effort to build your online collection.
· Information Knowledge Exchange: Blogging—Blogs are a gold
mine for “emergent information” on the Web. Tools learned in
these sessions will explain how to utilize the new Web to improve information
services and knowledge exchange.
· Content Management: Strategies and Applications—Learn how
to deal with the strategies and applications of CM, including issues related
to manual and automated indexing, building taxonomies, and integrating content.
Internet Librarian 2003 will once again feature Internet@Schools. An intensive,
focused conference, Internet@Schools is designed especially for school librarians
and media center specialists to address practical concerns, strategies, and
applications. This event is sponsored by Gale, Pearson Digital Learning, and
MultiMedia Schools and will be held Sunday, November 2, through Monday, November
The Internet Librarian exhibit hall, featuring more than 50 companies, is
also a main attraction for this event. The exhibition will open with a reception
on Monday, November 3, from 5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m. For an updated list of
exhibitors, go to www.infotoday.com/il2003.