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Librarians and Information Managers Network and Learn At the 7th Internet Librarian Conference

December 8, 2003, Medford, New Jersey—On November 3–5, 2003, librarians and information professionals joined together at Internet Librarian 2003 to network with colleagues and learn the newest techniques and applications of Internet technologies. Sponsored by Information Today, Inc., Internet Librarian is the only conference for professionals using and developing Net- and Web-based strategies.

Over the course of 3 days, the attendees had the opportunity to listen to more than 100 speakers and go to the many in-depth learning events and workshops. Of special interest were the four tracks held for professional learning, especially Web design and development, which focused on librarians keeping pace with the industry by harnessing the latest tools and Web standards available.

Keynote sessions outlined recent advancements in Internet uses and technology, as well as tips for librarians to explore funding alternatives and evolve as information professionals. Kicking off the instructive sessions was Zarella Rendon, managing director of XML-Factor, with a presentation on the future of the Internet and its impact on Internet librarians.

Along with speakers and workshops, more than 50 companies showcased their newest technology and products at Internet Librarian. Visitors were offered a look into the most up-to-date services and products, including software, online services, document and Web delivery systems, and more. Free cybertours were also available, covering a wide range of topics and subjects, such as ID Theft Online & Protection Strategies, Quick & Dirty Web Redesign, and Online Trends.

Once again, the Internet Librarian conference featured Internet@Schools, a conference within a conference for librarians and media specialists using the Internet in school systems. The program was a valuable learning experience with sessions touching on concerns such as plagiarism in schools and strategies for enhancing instruction through technology.

To find out more about events at this year’s conference, view selected presentations, or the full exhibitor list, visit the Internet Librarian Web site at http://www.infotoday.com/il2003.

Internet Librarian 2004 will be held November 15–17, 2004, in Monterey, California. For more information on exhibiting or attending, please contact Information Today, Inc. at (800) 300-9868 [outside the U.S. call (609) 654-6266], e-mail custserv@infotoday.com, or visit us on the Web at www.infotoday.com.


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