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Sunday, November 17, 2002

Pre-Conference Seminars, Workshops & Tour

8:30am-5:00pm

SIG Classification Research (CR) Workshop (separate fee)

8:30-12:00noon

Intranet Strategy & Architecture, Peter Morville (separate fee)

10:00am

Tour:  Academy of Natural Sciences (space is limited, please register)

1:30pm-5:00pm

Machine Learning for Text Classification and Information Organization, Dave Lewis (separate fee)

3:30pm-6:00pm

Touch, Talk, Think Technology: Experience and Explore Educational Web Portals with Experts (SIG/HCI)
Information scientists explore how people use information, corporate analysts examine how to design technologies to deliver information and educational professionals seek ways to integrate electronic resources that will enhance learning. In this session, representatives of all three groups will come together to explore and share technologies, methodologies and epistemologies.

You will learn about:

  • Usability issues of educational Web portals
  • Results of a Delphi Study-on-the-Fly conducted during the session
  • Ways the information community can strengthen what the corporate world designs
  • Areas that may require more study from an academic perspective

Presenters
Chuck Goldman
, Education Professional Services Manager, Apple Computer
Berk Akian, President, ClassLink Technology
Jake Lynch, CEO, BigChalk
Michael Radlick , VP for Education/OST
John Super, Corporate Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, PLATO Learning
Moderators: Joette Stefl-Mabry, University at Albany, Barbara Lynch and April Hatcher, both Long Island University/C.W. Post

Other Events

4:00pm

Being Involved in ASIST and Staying Sane - Advice From the Deeply Committed
Leadership Development Program

Hear from two ASIST members who, despite their youthful appearances, have together probably held almost every office there is (except for Treasurer or Executive Director - some things are too much to ask.) Candy Schwartz and Ellen Sleeter will discuss why they did it, how they managed, and what they gained personally and professionally from their ASIST experiences. They will outline ways to stay involved without burning out, provide encouragement for those embarking on an ASIST career, share stories and survival tips, and show attendees how being an ASIST leader can be rewarding and fun.

Presenters
Candy Schwartz
, Simmons College
Ellen Sleeter, Morris Automated Information Network

5:00pm

New Members and 1st Time Attende's Reception

6:00pm

Welcome Reception


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