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Information Today, Inc. Announces Programming for Eighth Annual Internet Librarian Conference

August 4, 2004, Medford, N.J.—The program for the 2004 Internet Librarian Conference and Exhibition (IL), to be held Nov. 15–17, is now available. Now in its eighth year, IL stands out as the most comprehensive conference and exhibition for librarians and information professionals interested in Internet- and technology-based products and services.

Organized by Information Today, Inc., IL returns to Monterey, Calif., its powerful conference program packed with leading-edge ideas, tools, expert speakers, practical tips, and exciting new events. As the only conference designed for information professionals who are using, developing, and embracing Net- and Web-based strategies in their roles as information searchers, guides, Webmasters and Web managers, content evaluators and organizers, and product developers, IL is one you can't afford to miss.

Over the course of 3 days, attendees will have the chance to network and learn as the keynote speakers and session leaders explore the most pressing issues in the industry. With four different track options, each day will explore topics such as the following:

• Information & Knowledge Exchange—The exchange of information and knowledge is at the core of what Internet librarians do. These sessions explore new ways and technologies for streamlining this activity and creating new products and services.

• Web Systems & Operations—Learn how to harness the latest technologies, what to watch out for, and get the information on what's really worth the hype in today's increasingly Webbed world.

• Collaboration Tools & Techniques—Working together, building communities, and fostering collaborations are key productivity trends today. These sessions focus on the different technologies and ways of efficiently collaborating and exchanging information.

• Content Management: Open Access Forum—Get involved and up-to-date on this hot topic of debate. Following on the heels of the Open Access Forum in London, and including a recap of the event, share your views on what "open access" has to do with Internet librarians.

Once again, IL will feature the popular Internet@Schools West. Developed and designed especially for school librarians and media center specialists, Internet@Schools is an intensive conference dedicated to helping attendees address practical concerns, strategies, and applications. The 2-day event is sponsored by MultiMedia & Internet@Schools and will be held Nov. 16-17.

For the most complete program information, go online to www.infotoday.com/il2004. Once there, you'll find the session and workshop descriptions, an updated list of exhibitors, free cybertours, and interesting information about our award-winning speakers.

Internet Librarian 2004 is sponsored by Information Today, Computers in Libraries, MultiMedia & Internet@Schools, Searcher, and ONLINE, with association sponsors Special Libraries Association, Medical Libraries Association, and the Association of Independent Information Professionals. For more information on this event or to register, please contact Information Today, Inc. at (800) 300-9868 [outside the U.S. call (609) 654-6266], e-mail custserv@infotoday.com, or visit www.infotoday.com



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