a Program Proposal | Notes
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
(1 per presentation) receive free registration to the conference.
IS THE CONFERENCE?
February 20, 2004 (this
will be the 21st annual conference)
IS THE CONFERENCE?
CH2M Hill Alumni Center,
TOPICS ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?
The coordinating committee is open
to presentations on innovative uses of technology within a library
setting. Although the conference is sponsored by the Oregon University
System libraries, we strongly 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:
and workstation policy / Intellectual freedom
SGML, and metadata (So many standards, so little time!)
of different standards and the differences between them
Is it in your future?
to non-textual information
library research through online courses
to decentralized resources (institutional access to non-owned
itmes or resources
authentication / Access issues (Proxy, IP. etc.)
/ Compliance to ADA
and electronic resources
- Web tools:
management tools and issues
support: Computer support people and the people they support
studies for databases / web sites
databases to the web
and intelligent agents
Web Resources like Business, Health, Education, etc.
- New technology
in library instruction
- New tools
in access or technical services
development on the web
/ DataRat / Create-your-own-pathfinder programs
IS THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL?
Friday, October 24,
DO I SUBMIT A PROPOSAL?
Use the online submission
form at http://www.ous.edu/onlinenw/forms/proposal.shtml
to the Online Northwest Conference Home Page
Last updated 9/29/2002 @ 5:08 pm