14.0484 Arts and Humanities Online; Computers and Writing Online 2001

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 14, No. 484.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
       [1]   From:    Michael Fraser <mike.fraser@computing-              (43)
             Subject: Arts and Humanities Online seminars
       [2]   From:    James.Inman@furman.edu                              (30)
             Subject: Computers and Writing Online 2001: Announcement and
             Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 09:53:34 +0000
             From: Michael Fraser <mike.fraser@computing-services.oxford.ac.uk>
             Subject: Arts and Humanities Online seminars
    Arts and Humanities Online : a series of one-day seminars
    **First seminar to be held at the British Library, 14 December 2000**
    It is becoming increasingly hard to keep up with the ever-changing world
    of online resources, and yet these resources have a vital role to play in
    higher and further education teaching and research.
    The solution?
    Come to Arts and Humanities Online -- a one-day seminar introducing you to
    the full range of nationally-funded resources and services available
    online for the Arts and Humanities. Each seminar will provide you with:
    * a comprehensive overview of all the major services and resources in
    this field
    * strategies on how to promote them within your own institution
    * hints and tips on how to keep yourself up-to-date with all the latest
    * a valuable opportunity to question key representatives from the
    various different services in an open forum discussion
    Who should attend?
    Subject librarians; IT subject specialists; departmental IT
    representatives; staff development officers; and all those with
    responsibility for the promotion and provision of online resources in the
    Arts and Humanities within their institution.
    When and where?
    * December 14th 2000 -- London
    We are pleased to announce that the launch of Arts and Humanities Online
    will take place at the British Library.
    * January 25th 2001 -- Bristol
    * February 22nd 2001 -- Edinburgh
    * March 22nd 2001 -- Manchester
    How to book your place
    The cost of the seminar is GBP85.00 including lunch and refreshments.
    Register online at:
    For any queries please contact Jenny Newman, Humbul Humanities Hub.
    Email: humbul@oucs.ox.ac.uk
    The seminars are orgnised by the Arts and Humanities Data Service (AHDS)
    and the Resource Discovery Network (RDN), funded by the Joint Information
    Systems Committee (JISC) and the Arts and Humanities Research Board
    (AHRB), with the support of the Learning and Teaching Support Network
    (LTSN) and the following JISC-funded services: the Humbul Humanities Hub,
    the Resource Guide for the Arts and humanities, EDINA, and MIMAS.
             Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 09:55:18 +0000
             From: James.Inman@furman.edu
             Subject: Computers and Writing Online 2001: Announcement and CFP
    Hey, all---
    Please consider submitting a proposal for Computers and Writing Online
    (Feel free to forward this message as much as you like.)
    Announcing an online companion conference for Computers & Writing 2001:
    Computers & Writing Online 2001!
    A call for papers has been posted on the C&W Online 2001 web site:
    We hope you'll take a look at the CFP and consider submitting a conference
    What is C&W Online?
    C&W Online is an online companion conference for C&W 2001 (which meets in
    May 2001 at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, USA). The online
    conference allows the C&W community to extend the mission and scope of the
    onsite conference in several ways -- by including those who can't travel to
    the onsite conference; by providing a venue for events which are difficult
    to include in the onsite conference, and by giving onsite conference
    attendees a chance to meet online before the conference and participate in
    activities valuable to those in C&W.
    [material deleted]
    Where can I get more information?
    If you have questions about the call for papers or the conference in
    general, visit our conference web site:
    Please feel free to contact us at any time by sending email to
    The C&W Online 2001 Committee
    Bradley Dilger, Tari Fanderclai, James Inman, Greg Siering, and Cindy

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