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Making the Most of the Internet

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Learn how to get the most out of the Internet in this popular one day
workshop.
Making the most of the Internet
4 October, ULCC, London    

As the range of Internet information grows, there is a vital role for
librarians and information specialists in helping users to find useful
information.

This event is designed to help those with some experience of Internet usage
to gain a better understanding of how to exploit the Internet as a component
in the service for 'customers', including SMEs (small to medium sized
enterprises).
How will this event help you?
It will help you to understand the various methods of 'navigating' through
this large, but uncatalogued collection of information. 

In particular the focus on 'search engines' will enable you to:
*	identify the most relevant search service for an enquiry
*	choose the most appropriate search technique to use
*	interpret results

The session on Web Site Basics will help you to assess what is involved,
technically and financially, in setting up and maintaining a web site for
your own organisation or for some cooperative project.

The workshop includes up-to-date information about key issues and projects.
The Working in Partnership session examines cooperative ventures between
libraries and businesses and between libraries and colleges
Features
The day includes a practical hands-on session.
Programme
9.00	Registration
10.00	Introduction
10.10	Session 1- Library Initiatives on the Internet - 2 USA and 2 UK
initiatives, what they have learned so far, what they plan to do next
10.40	Session 2 - Using Search Engines and Related Tools - how search
engines work, their scope,  strengths and weaknesses, how to improve search
techniques, associated tools including fast-find and Internet-alert,
managing bookmarks
11.20	Coffee
11.35	Session 2 continued - including online demonstrations of relevant
tools and services
12.00	Session 3 - Web Site Basics -  web authoring tools and techniques,
design issues, site maintenance, notifying search engines, registering with
'yellow pages' etc. costs of web site operation
12.40	Lunch
2.00	Session 4: Working in Partnership - issues arising from recent
research in Berkshire, scope for co-operation between library and
information services, research bodies, local businesses (especially SMEs),
Chambers of Commerce and Business Links
2.30	Session 5: Hands-on, with particular emphasis on search engine usage
4.00	Close.
Workshop Leaders:
Nick Lewis and Andy Ewers, RAE Associates

Places are limited to: 24 

Fees
LA Personal members 145 plus VAT (25.37) 170.37 
LA Institutional 173 plus VAT (30.27) 203.27
Non members 203 plus VAT (35.52) 238.52
LA Student/unwaged members 25 plus VAT (4.37) &29.37 

How to book
To make a confirmed booking please print off and return the form below by
fax to 020 323 1842. Alternatively, to make a provisional booking please
call Professional Development on 020 636 7543 ex 288/9.

bookingform

I would like to confirm a place on the following 
Workshop: (this constitutes a confirmed booking) 		  

Title of event: 
____________________________	Date: ___/___/___

Surname: ____________________________________

First name: __________________________________	

Job title: ____________________________________

Organisation: ________________________________

Address: ____________________________________

Town:________________  Postcode:______________

Tel___________________ Email: _______________

Are you a LA Member? 	YES  *		  NO *             
Personal * Institutional * Student * Unwaged *

N.B. If you are a Personal Member, but your employer is 
paying, they will still be charged at Personal Member rate.

LA membership no: _______________________	
			
Dietary/special requirements (sensory or physical)

___________________________________________

Payment of fee

EITHER:
*	Please invoice. Please give name and address 
	if different from above:
				
	____________________________________________________	

	____________________________________________________
	(Payment is required within 30 days of invoice)

	*	I enclose a cheque for:  _______________
	(payable to The Library Association)

	*	Please tick if a receipt is required

	OR
*	Please debit by credit card for: _________   
(Access or MasterCard only)

Card no:  ___________________________________


Expiry date: _________________________________

Signature: ___________________________________

Name of cardholder:_______________________


Cancellation of a confirmed booking on the day will incur the full fee, or
if received 7 working days prior to the event, 50% of the fee will be due.

Please return to:
Professional Development, LA Enterprises, The Library Association, 7
Ridgmount Street, London, WC1E 7AE or fax us on 020 7323 1842.



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