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promoting innovation and technology in libraries
Friday, February 4, 2000
Embassy Suites Airport Hotel
Portland, Oregon




WHAT IS ONLINE NORTHWEST?
A one-day conference focusing on the use of technology within libraries and attracting librarians from the Pacific Northwest and around the country. Presenters receive free registration to the conference.

WHEN IS THE CONFERENCE?
February 4, 2000 (this will be the 17th annual conference)

WHERE IS THE CONFERENCE?
Embassy Suites Hotel at Portland Airport, Portland, Oregon

WHAT TOPICS ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?
The coordinating committee is open to presentations on innovative uses of technology within a library setting. We encourage public, school, and special librarians to submit proposals. All topics relating to technology and libraries are welcome, but we are especially looking for submissions on the following topics:
  • Internet and Workstation Policy/ Intellectual Freedom
  • JAVA scripting, XML, SGML, and Metadata
  • Digital Library Initiatives
  • Distance Education Delivery
  • Document Delivery
  • Remote Access to Library Databases / Web Proxy
  • "Truly" Interactive Tutorials on the Web
  • User Support: Cooperation between the Techies and Non-Techies
  • Interface Studies for Databases/Web Sites
  • Training for Library Staff
  • Subject Web Resources like Business, Health, Education, Government
  • Filter/Not Filter: The Ethics of Providing Access to the Internet
  • New Technology in Library Instruction
  • New Tools in Access or Technical Services
  • Virtual Reference
  • Content Development on the Web
WHAT IS THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL?
September 1, 1999

HOW DO I SUBMIT A PROPOSAL?
Use the online submission form at http://www.ous.edu/onlinenw/forms/proposal.shtml



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