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AD: LIS Seminar in Austin, Texas (David Terry) Marcia Tuttle 06 Jul 1995 12:45 UTC

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Date: Wed, 5 Jul 1995 18:20:34 CST
From: David T Terry <gldt@UTXDP.DP.UTEXAS.EDU>
Subject: AD: LIS Seminar in Austin, Texas

Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS)
SZB 564, MC D7000
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX  78712-1276

Updated July 5, 1995

Friday, July 21, 1995 -- one-day seminar, "Caught in the Internet: Fishing
for Electronic Information," will be held at the University of Texas at
Austin, Joe C. Thompson Conference Center.  Fee is $40 (includes late
fee).  Speaker is Christine Peterson, automation consultant at the Texas
State Library.  Co-sponsored by Library Development Division, Texas State

    Do you feel lost when the discussion turns toward the Internet? Would
you like to get a handle on the Internet and what it can provide for you
and your library?  If you are interested in learning about the Internet,
then this workshop is for you!  Anyone with basic computer experience is
welcome.  This workshop may be particularly helpful to those who currently
have Internet access, will have Internet access within the next year, or
those who are thinking about connecting to the Internet.  This full day
workshop is designed to provide librarians with a solid basis for
beginning exploration of the Internet.  The workshop objectives are:  to
define the Internet and explain how it works; to explain terms or "jargon"
associated with the Internet; to demonstrate the basics of Internet use;
and to view the Internet as a library resource.

For information, or to register, call David Terry at (512)471-8806; email:; fax (512)471-3971.