Los Angeles Chapter of the Association for Information Science announces its

1998 Annual Fall Workshop

Who’s in the Driver’s Seat—You or Technology?

The workshop has come and gone, but read on to find out what you may have missed (or take a trip down memory lane...):

The Year 2000 clock is ticking away. The development cycle for new products is racing faster and faster–is your organization ahead of the game or just barely keeping up? Users’ expectations are skyrocketing–can you meet them? Changing technologies bring challenges and worries as well as alluring promises–and your organization is counting on you to manage it all!

Are you in the driver's seat? Would you like to learn more about the complex issues facing today's information professionals? Are you ready to have some assumptions challenged and others confirmed–and hear about how your colleagues are dealing with these issues? Here's the workshop you've been wishing for, with up-to-the-minute solutions, the first word on new research, and the opportunity to discuss these issues with leaders in the field. See you there!

New this year! Lunchtime discussions on a variety of topics from copyright to digital libraries!

What do knowledge management and information literacy mean for different populations?

Are definitions changing?

Are expectations changing?

Are we doing a good job?

High Tech Touch–unusual interfaces, new agents, advanced avatars.

See and hear about the latest research and challenges for the future

Information management policies, organizational practices, and copyright.

Hear experts' accounts of how policies, practices, and concerns about copyright affect knowledge management programs and Information Literacy goals.

Access for remote users–corporations and educational institutions take on the future.

Additional Information:

Date: Friday, September 18, 1998
7:45 a.m. - 8:45 a.m. Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Workshop, including Buffet Lunch
Place: Industry Hills Sheraton Resort & Conference Center
One Industry Hills Parkway
City of Industry, CA 91744 (626) 810-4455
Free Parking
Cost: ASIS Members $80.00
Non Members $90.00
Students $65.00
Retired/Unemployed $65.00

Map to Industry Hills Sheraton Resort & Conference Center
map to Sheraton Resort

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