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1995 December 18 Luxembourg Workshop On Issues In The Field Of National Deposit Collections Of Electronic Publications Report available at http://www2.echo.lu/libraries/en/depo-rpt.html
1995 December 4-5, Sydney From Library Automation to Information Strategies: Managing Information Technology and Human Resources in an Era of Constant Change RMG/CAVAL and the Australian Information Management Association (AIMA) Contact: Ms Megan White, Seminar Coordinator Ph +613 3 9427 1288, (03) 9427 1288 Fax +613 3 9428 5429, (03) 9428 5429 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 December 1-2 Baltimore, Maryland Fourth International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM'95) For more information on CIKM95 and to register your interest, email email@example.com. You can also find current information at http://www.cs.umbc.edu/~cikm/.
1995 December 1-2 Baltimore, Maryland. CIKM-95 Workshop on Intelligent Information Agents To get more information on the workshop and to register your interest, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find current information at http://www.cs.umbc.edu/iia/
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1995 November 30 - December 1 Adelaide Learning for life -Information Literacy and the autonomous learner. The second national conference on Information Literacy Contact Irene Doskatsch University of SA Holbrooks Rd Underdale SA 5032 (08) 302 6219 Fax (08) 302 6699 email Irene.Doskatsch@Unisa.edu.au
1995 November 30 - December 1 Melbourne From Library Automation to Information Strategies: Managing Information Technology and Human Resources in an Era of Constant Change RMG/CAVAL and the Australian Information Management Association (AIMA) Contact: Ms Megan White, Seminar Coordinator Ph +613 3 9427 1288, (03) 9427 1288 Fax +613 3 9428 5429, (03) 9428 5429 Email: email@example.com
1995 November 28-30 Brisbane Multimedia preservation: capturing the rainbow, 2nd National Preservation Office Conference. Contact: National Preservation Office, National Library of Australia, Canberra ACT 2600 tel: +61 6 2621137 fax: +61 6 273 4493 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 November 28 - December 1 New Orleans, Louisiana CAUSE95 Realizing the Potential of Information Resources: Information, Technology, and Services Contact: email@example.com
1995 November 28 Hobart Document Management, Electronic Publishing and the Future of Text Professional development seminar Contact: The Secretary, Department of Computer Science, University of Tasmania Phone: (002) 202900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 November 27-28 Auckland From Library Automation to Information Strategies: Managing Information Technology and Human Resources in an Era of Constant Change RMG/CAVAL and the Australian Information Management Association (AIMA) Contact: Ms Megan White, Seminar Coordinator Ph +613 3 9427 1288, (03) 9427 1288 Fax +613 3 9428 5429, (03) 9428 5429 Email: email@example.com
1995 November 21 Canberra Intellectual Property Seminar. Contact: Rosemaree Laurie Tel: 06 268 8713 Fax: 06 268 8087 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 November 9-11 Hong Kong Regional Conference on staffing issues in universities Organized by Program on Institutional Management in Higher Education, OECD, and Hong Kong Baptist University. Contact: Vivian Cheng, Faculty of Social Sciences, HKBU fax +852 2338 6005
1995 November 3 MelbourneNetwork Publishing: A Revolution in the Way We Will Publish Organised by ALIA and ACLIS Contact: Derek Whitehead Tel 03 669 9989 or email: email@example.com or Jo Marshall on firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 November 1-4 FremantleDevelopmental Learning Towards 2000, 5th National Conference on Australasian Higher Education Staff Development (AHED), Contact: tel 09 380 1427 fax 09 380 1156 email email@example.com http://www.swin.edu.au/nsdi/5ncahed.htm
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1995 October 31 - November 3 Portland, Oregon Leading the way: technology and beyond. EDUCOM95Contact: Educom, Suite 600, 1112 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036 tel 2-872-4200 fax 2-872-4318 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 October 31 Portland, Oregon The Electronic Research Library Educom Pre-Conference Sponsored by PORTALS (Portland Area Library System) Contact: EDUCOM '95 P.O. Box 3379 Frederick, MD 21705 Fax (301) 694-5124
1995 October 30-31 Portland, Oregon Fall 1995 Task Force Meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information Agenda http://www.cni.org/tfms/1995b.fall/www/index.html Contact: email@example.com
1995 October 25-27 Fredericton, NB, Canada NAWEB '95 - Educational Opportunities on the WWW: an International Conference Sponsored by the WWW Courseware Developers and the Department of Continuing Education - UNB A complete listing of the presentations can be found at: http://www.uvm.edu/~hag/naweb An up-to-date account of what will be happening at the conference will be at: http://degaulle.hil.unb.ca/UNB/wwwdev/wwwdev.na.html
1995 October 24 Sydney Is your copy right? An activity of the ALIA NSW Branch, ACLIS NSW & the ALIA Public Libraries Section, NSW Group. Contact: ALIA NSW Branch, PO Box 246 Artarmon NSW 2064.
1995 October 18-19 Sydney Technology in higher education. Speakers include Dagmar Schmidmaier, Brian Cook, Gregor Ramsay, Janet McCalman, Glynn Rimmington, John Julian. Contact: AIC Conferences tel: 02 210 5780 fax: 02 221 7773 AIC Conferences GPO Box 3924 Sydney NSW 2001.
1995 October 9-12 Chicago, Illinois Converging technologies: forging new partnerships in information. 1995 ASIS Annual Meeting. The complete program is available at http://ranga.berkeley.edu/ASIS/asis95.annual.cnf.html or http://www-slis.lib.indiana.edu/asis-95/ (contains pre-prints of selected contributed papers). Contact: American Society for Information Science, 8720 Georgia Avenue, Suite 501, Silver Spring, MD, USA. tel (301) 495 0900 fax (301) 495 0810 email firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 October 9 Hawthorn, VictoriaInternational students: learning & libraries: a seminar. Contact: MaryLou Moroney, Monash University, Department of Librarianship, Archives & Records Tel: 03 9905 2959
1995 October 8-13 SydneyManagement development for the Personal Assistant/Executive Assistant. Designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the management process leading to greater professional and personal development. Contact: Marketing, The Institute of Administration, The University of New South Wales, Sydney 2052 tel +61 2 661 4144 fax +61 2 694 1752
1995 October 3-5 Brisbane International education: a cultural experience. 1995 International Education Conference Contact: Anna Glynne tel 02 373 2721 fax 02 373 2724 email email@example.com or Liona May tel 06 285 8222 fax 06 285 3036 email firstname.lastname@example.org
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1995 September 28-29 Melbourne Shaping the superhighway: vision to reality Contact: CIRCIT, Evelyn Richardson tel 03 9248 1177 fax 03 9248 1170 http://teloz.latrobe.edu.au/circit/conf0995.html
1995 September 27-30 Hong Kong 1st Asian Information Meeting, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Topics include Business information, The database industry, Virtual learning, CDRom and multimedia projects, Internet activities, Library automation and networks, and Policy and issues for the information society. Exhibitors include Blackwell Ltd, BLDSC, CSA, Chadwyck-Healey, Ebsco, Elsevier, IAC, INFORMIT, ISI, Lexis-Nexis, Ovid, SilverPlatter, Swets, UMI. Contact: Learned Information Ltd, Woodside, Hinksey Hill, Oxford OX1 5AU, UK; tel +44 (0)1865 730275, fax +44 (0)1865 736354, email email@example.com.
1995 September 27-28, Royal AscotUK Headway '95 - 8th Annual Document Imaging Conference and Exhibition. Contact: Janice Smith, The Conference Group; tel +44 (0)1962 860670, or Headway Technology; tel +44 (0)1252 717071, fax +44 (0)1252 741233
1995 September 26-29 Monterey, California Higher Education and the NII - from Vision to Reality. Contact: Elizabeth C. Barnhart, EDUCOM NTTF, 1112 16th Street, NW Suite 600, Washington, DC 20036 fax 202-872-4318 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 September 26-27 Sydney Counter-disaster workshop. State Library of New South Wales. Contact: Conservation Access tel: 02 230 1676 fax: 02 233 3192 email: email@example.com
1995 September 25-27 Valencia, Spain Third European Serials Conference. European Federation of Serials Groups. Contact: Jill Tolson, UK Serials Group Administrator, 114 Woodstock Road, Witney OX8 6DY UK tel +44 993 703 466 fax +44 993 778 879 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 September 20-22 Sydney Redefining disasters: a decade of counter-disaster planning, an international conference at the State Library of New South Wales. Contact: Marion Roubos-Bennett, Conservation Access, State Library of NSW, Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW 2000; tel 02 230 1676, fax 02 233 3192, email email@example.com.
1995 September 20-22 HobartPartnerships in tertiary education Wrest Point Convention Centre. Plenary and concurrent sessions will consider the changing nature of tertiary education's role in society, equity, diversity and gender issues and the implications for managers and administrators in tertiary education. Contact: Conference Design Pty Ltd, PO Box 397 Sandy Bay Tasmania 7006 tel (002) 243773 fax (002) 243774 email firstname.lastname@example.org URL http://www.gu.edu.au:80/aitea/nconf95.htm
1995 September 18-21 SydneyAUUG '95 & Asia-Pacific World Wide Web '95 Conference and Exhibition Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour. Australian Convention Management Services PO Box 468 Paddington NSW 2021 Australia tel +61 2 332 4622 fax +61 2 332 4066 email email@example.com Conference URL http://www.csu.edu.au/special/conference http://www.auug.org.au/auug/auugc95.html
1995 September 13 MelbourneMedia skills workshop, University of Melbourne, AITEA Victoria program. Contact: (03) 9499 7100
1995 September 13-15 Adelaide Fantastic futures: virtual and in the flesh. National Reference and Information Services Conference presented by ALIA RAISS. Contact: Plevin and Associates Pty Ltd, PO Box 54, Burnside, South Australia 5066 tel 08 379 8222 fax 08 379 8177 email firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 September 11-15 Paris, France Networld+Interop '95, described as 'European Networking Summit'. Contact: Evelynn Sodoganji, Softbank Expositions, 14 place Marie-Jeanne Bassot, 92593 Levallois-Perret CEDEX, France; tel +33 1 46 395633, fax +33 1 46 395699.
1995 September 6-8 Gold Coast, Queensland Questnet '95 Workshop described as the only conference being held this year with a focus on the use of network technologies within the Academic, Government and Industry communities. Bond University, Gold Coast Queensland. Contact: Meetings & Events, University of Southern Queensland email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org URL http://bond.edu.au/QUESTnet95/
1995 September 6-7 CanberraEconomics of education conference, sponsored by National Board of Employment, Education and Training and ANU's Centre for Economic Policy Research. International and Australian speakers, including Dr Bruce Chapman of ANU, Dr John Quiggin of ANU and James Cook, Mr Keith Drake of the University of Manchester and Professor Lorraine McDonnell of the University of California. Contact: Ms Rae Carson, ph (06) 249 0195, fax (06) 249 3051.
1995 September 5-6 Hatfield, U.K. Libtech International '95 Contact: Bill Forster, Libtech International, Library and Media Services, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane, Hatfield AL10 9AB, UK; tel +44 (0)1707 284665, fax +44 (0)1707 284666.
1995 September 4-6 Ballina, NSW Access through open learning conference: networked learning, Ballina Beach Resort, with special interest group sessions on Sept 5 (postgraduate & research issues, libraries, instructional design / curriculum development) Contact: Norsearch Conference Services, Southern Cross University, PO Box 157, Lismore NSW 2480; tel 066 20 3932, fax 066 22 0329, email email@example.com
1995 September 4 Canberra September 8 Sydney Delivering the Goods: Rethinking Interlending and Document Delivery This seminar has been jointly organised for NSW and the ACT by ACLIS and AIMA. Contact: AIMA National Library of Australia Parkes Place West Canberra ACT 2600 tel 06 262 1223 fax 06 257 1703 email firstname.lastname@example.org
1995 September 3-7 New Zealand NZLIA Conference 1995 Venues Solway Park Travelodge & St. Matthew's Collegiate.
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1995 August 28-29 MelbourneConverging Communities Conference hosted by Open Learning Technology Corporation Limited examining the use of electronic information networks in community centres across all sectors of the education and training communities. Contact: Toni Fribence, complete Conference Solutions tel 03 9890 4374 fax 03 9899 6920 email email@example.com
1995 August 22-25 Tsukuba Science City, Japan ISDL'95: International Symposium onDigital Libraries 1995 Proceedings University of Library and Information Science http://www.DL.ulis.ac.jp/ISDL95/Welcome.html
1995 May 18-19 Canberra National Interlending & Document Delivery Summit. ACLIS (Australian Council of Libraries and Information Services) http://www.nla.gov.au/aclis/nidds/nidds.html
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1992 September 30 - October 2 Irvine, California Technology, Scholarship, and the Humanities: The Implications of Electronic Information Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center of the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering Summary of Proceedings
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