| Information Today, Inc.
For WebSearch University New York
12, 2004, Medford, New Jersey—Information
Today, Inc. (ITI) is pleased to announce the continuation
of the popular WebSearch University (WSU) series with
an event to be held May 11–12, 2004 at the Hilton
New York in New York. WebSearch University is a valuable,
concentrated learning environment in which intermediate
to advanced Web searchers can hone their skills and
learn new search tactics and strategies. With the rapid
changes of the Web, WSU gives searchers the unique
opportunity to stay on top of new developments, renew
their strategies, and refresh their thinking.
The WSU curriculum and course content is completely
updated for 2004 to help searchers keep up with the
quickly moving world of Web research. The new topics
and updated content are taught by expert, knowledgeable
faculty who are widely recognized as the world’s
best searchers. Attendees of WSU will profit from in-depth,
intensive, interactive sessions, as well as opportunities
for one-on-one discussions with instructors like Mary Ellen Bates from Bates Information
Service, Ran Hock from Online Strategies, and Chris
Sherman from Searchwise, Inc.
Along with the practical tips and advice from the
WSU faculty, searchers will also learn:
· Advanced search engine features
· Metasearch tools
· Expert search tips
· When not to search Google
Information is available online for WSU at www.websearchu.com.
A full detailed program of events will be available
in print and online in late February.
In addition to WSU, Information Today, Inc. is also
the conference organizer for Enterprise Search Strategies,
Computers in Libraries, KMWorld & Intranets, Streaming
Media, Internet Librarian, and Buying & Selling
eContent. ITI also publishes many periodicals, books,
directories, and online products for the information
professional and knowledge management communities.
For more information or to register for WebSearch
University, please contact Information Today, Inc.
at (800) 200-9868, [outside the U.S. call (609) 654-6266],
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.websearchu.com.