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Library Broadcast from IAT Jon Pishney (26 Aug 1994 01:47 UTC)

Library Broadcast from IAT Jon Pishney 26 Aug 1994 01:47 UTC


December 1, 1994 from 1:00 - 3:30 Eastern time
Available on Ku and C Bands (CC)

Libraries and information centers have an exciting and challenging role
to play in making tomorrow's information technology deliver on its
promise.  In this broadcast, librarians and library consultants will
cover the impact of, and solutions to, several issue confronting the
profession, such as:
-- Networked information policies,
-- Library administration trends,
-- Technology in the library,
-- New media and copyright, and
-- Electronic publishing.

Speakers include:
-- Carolyn Kotlas, IAT Information Resources Manager, has been involved,
through teaching and writing, in computer support for faculty and
computer center staff in The University of North Carolina system for 10
-- Toni Carbo Bearman, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Library and
Information Science at the University of Pittsburgh since 1986, is a
member of the US Advisory Council on the National Information
Infrastructure (NII).
-- Laura N. Gasaway, Director of the Law Library at The University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill since 1985, teaches Intellectual Property,
Gender-Based Discrimination, Law Librarianship and Legal Resources.  She
is co-author of Librarians and Copyright: A Guide to Copyright in the
1990s and Law Library Management During Fiscal Austerity.
-- Bil Stahl, Director of Information Technology Planning for The
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, has been extensively involved
in library automated systems since 1976.
-- Marcia Tuttle, head of the serials department at The University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Davis Library since 1969, is author of
Introduction to Serials Management and editor of the electronic
publication Newsletter of Serials Pricing Issues.
-- John Ulmschneider, Assistant Director for Library Systems, North
Carolina State University Libraries, has experience with training;
software design, development and implementation; project management;
systems management; network design; and library administration.

Institutions or organizations that register for the series of three
broadcasts at a fee of $975 (or $325 per broadcast) will save $210 over
individual broadcast registrations of $395 per broadcast (a total of
$1185).   Please note that the $975 series fee includes either live
downlinks or videotapes of the broadcasts, depending on your
institution's downlinking capabilities and/or schedules.

This broadcast is Part 3 of a Fall Broadcast Series presented by the
Institute for Academic Technology.  The other broadcasts include:

Reengineering Learning Environments
Date: September 29, 1994
In this broadcast we will examine ways we can apply process reengineering
to the design of learning environments -- integrating hardware, software,
facility design and learning theory in new and more efficient ways.  As a
case study, we will examine the development and design of the new
high-tech facilities at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Instructional Technology Review and Update
Date: October 27, 1994
Tune in to our experts for clear answers as they demonstrate and discuss
instructional technology from the basics to the latest in innovative
products.  Topics covered will include:
-- Basic instructional hardware technology (multimedia, computer
classroom equipment, networks);
-- Multimedia-enabled software for developing instructional applications
and presentations;
-- Exciting new instructional technologies that enable or enhance
group-based learning, distance learning and network distribution of

To receive a brochure with more information and a registration form,
please call 919-405-1958 or send e-mail to (subject
- "broadcasts") and give us your name and mailing address.


The Institute for Academic Technology is a national institute working to
place higher education at the forefront of academic technology
development and implementation.  A non-profit partnership between The
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and IBM Corporation, the IAT
strives to facilitate widespread use of effective and affordable
technologies in higher education.  To that end, we offer numerous
seminars, hands-on workshops, hard copy and electronic publications, and
a series of satellite broadcasts to keep academics informed about the
latest instructional technologies and to help them explore the use of
these technologies on their campuses.

Jonathan Pishney
Publications Coordinator