ALA: Beyond HTML -Program of the LITA Internet Resources I.G. Amanda Xu 23 Jun 1998 08:06 UTC

 Dear ALA Conference attendees:

 Are you interested in learning the interactive technologies
 for going beyond HTML?  Do you want to see applications
 developed by next generation HTML such as XML, and
 programming resources such as Java for digital archives and
 distance learning?  Building knowledge on the library Web site
 is the next step to which we have to move.  How can you get there?
 What are the decision making involved when you go beyond HTML?

 After a year of preparation with speakers, I.G. members, LITA Office,
 and Program Planning Committee, LITA Internet Resources I.G. will
 address your questions by putting together a program called
 Beyond HTML at the upcoming of ALA Annual Conference in
 Washington D.C., June 27, 1998, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon.
 Please come and join the speakers to make the program intellectually
 stimulating and professional rewarding for you.

 The following are the time, location, and topics of each presenter:


 Saturday, June 27, 1998, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
 Grand Hyatt Hotel, Constitution B Room


 Martin Halbert,
 Director for Library Systems, Emory University
 --Beyond HTML: The EAD and XML Formats in Digital Archives

 Stephen R. Westman,
 Electronic Services Librarian, University of Texas, San Antonio
 --Brief Overview of Programming Resources Available
 for Interactive Applications

 Casey Palowitch,
 Systems Engineer, Northeast Education Region, SunMicrosystems, Inc.
 --Java and XML: Open Systems for Internetworked Information

 Terry Noreault,
 Director of Research and Special Products, OCLC, Inc.
 --Internet Technologies for Distributed Library Services

 DRA (Confirmed),
 Senior Network Engineer, Data Research Associate, Inc.

 Judy Myers,
 Assistant to the Dean of Libraries, Univ. Houston
 --Making Decisions for Going Beyond HTML

 If you have any question regarding the program, please send
 your email to

 PS: This message has been sent to a number of list,
 please excuse the duplications.  Thanks!