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promoting innovation and technology in libraries
Friday, January 26, 2001
Embassy Suites Airport Hotel
Portland, Oregon



Program Descriptions

Online Northwest is a one-day conference focusing on learning about computers and technology in all types of libraries.

Session One

  • Evaluating Stock Web Sites: A Database Development Project
  • Panel: Creating the Perfect Technology Classroom
  • After Google, What?
  • Coming Unglued, Getting Unwired
  • Using PHP to Build Dynamic Web Sites

Session Two

  • CONTENT: A Model for Collaborative Image Database Building
  • Practice What You Preach – and Deliver the Goods!: A Comparison of Instructional Technology Systems for One Course, Two Groups
  • Planning for Public Training Success
  • A Telecommuter's Center in a Small Public Library
  • Cheap Is Good, Free Is Better: An Introduction to Application Service Providers

Session Three

  • Salem Photo Database: Making the Move to the Web Again)
  • Using Database-Driven Web Sites to Design Search Tools for Your Catalog
  • Tech Support: Who Are We Supporting?
  • Electronic Information Desk: Communication Made Virtual
  • So Many Standards, So Little Time

Session Four

  • EAD and XML: Delivering Electronic Finding Aids
  • Research for the 21st Century: The Evolution of a Research Course for Distance Learners
  • Usability Testing for Effective Web-Based Learning: An Interactive Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) Web Site
  • Internet Resources for Spanish Speakers
  • FindOR GILS Project

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