Midwinter Meeting: Push and Pull on the WWW Marcia Tuttle 05 Jan 1998 19:32 UTC
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Date: Mon, 5 Jan 1998 14:30:55 EST
Subject: Midwinter Meeting: Push and Pull on the WWW
You are invited to a discussion meeting ...
PUSH AND PULL ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB:
A New Paradigm for Desktop Delivery of Library Resources
Co.-sponsored by the LITA Internet Resources I.G. and the ACRL
University Libraries Section Current Topics Discussion Group
Saturday, Jan. 10, 1998, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
New Orleans Convention Center, Rm. 58
Push technology automatically delivers the information you want to
your desktop through a variety of methods. News, stocks, weather,
database content, and even software reach your desktop without
requiring you to surf the Web.
Libarians, as both information receivers and providers, will want to
learn about this new technology, its major players and possible
applications in library services, as well as seeing a demonstration of
some of the new browser channels.
Please join Amira Aaron, Electronic Services Product Manager of
Blackwell's Information Services, as she leads the discussion on this
exciting new technology.
For comments and questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org