October Conferences at Dartmouth College
Dartmouth College's Biomedical Libraries and Academic Computing are offering back-to-back day-long conferences on October 30 and 31, 2002, focusing on Web use and design. You're welcome to attend either one or both of the conferences.
Wednesday, October 30, 2002
Built Environments on the Web: Structure, Access, Wayfinding, and Delight
Academic Computing has assembled a panel of Web design experts to help provide insight on building well on the Web. Lou Rosenfeld, information architecture consultant, is co-author (with Peter Morville) of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web. Sarah Horton, Dartmouth College, is co-author (with Patrick Lynch) of Web Style Guide and author of Web Teaching Guide, and an advocate for Web accessibility. Steve Krug is a usability consultant and author of the best-selling book on Web usability, Don't Make Me Think. In addition to co-authoring Web Style Guide, Patrick Lynch is a noted illustrator and directs the Web design team at the Yale School of Medicine.
Thursday, October 31, 2002
Biomedical Libraries' Sixth Annual October Conference for New England Librarians
The Web: Super Searching; Super Teaching
Featured speaker: Mary Ellen Bates, the principal of Bates Information Services, Inc (www.BatesInfo.com), and the author of five books about online research, including Super Searchers Cover the World, Mining for Gold on the Internet, and Researching Online for Dummies (with Reva Basch). A lively speaker and writer, she has been online since the 1970s.