16.011 summer seminars on Grindstone

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Date: Wed May 08 2002 - 02:08:05 EDT

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                    Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 16, No. 11.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

             Date: Wed, 08 May 2002 06:59:55 +0100
             From: "J. Trant" <jtrant@archimuse.com>
             Subject: Summer Seminars in Networked Cultural Heritage

    * Limited space is still available in the A&MI summer seminars on
    Grindstone Island. *


    Join leading experts in cultural heritage informatics for a one-of-a-kind,
    in-depth learning experience.
    Full program details and instructor biographies can be found on-line at
    http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone or follow the links below to specific
    course descriptions.

    June 8-14, 2002
         Slavko Milekic, M.D., PhD, Associate Professor of Cognitive Science &
    Digital Design,
         The University of the Arts, Philadelphia

    CONNECTING WITH the K-12 Teaching and Learning Community
    June 15-21, 2002
         Scott Sayre, Director of Media and Technology, The Minneapolis
    Institute of Arts and
         Kris Wetterlund, Museum Educational Consultant

    MUSEE, MEDIAS, MEDIATION (en Franais) Museum: Multi-Mediation (given in
    July 5-7, 2002
         Dominique Negel, DN Consuel, Paris, France

    WEB SITE INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE: Planning and Designing Information
    July 8-12, 2002
         Paul Kahn, teacher, writer, and information architecture consultant

    HERITAGE IN 3-D: Using QTVR, Cubic VR and Adobe Atmospheres for
    Interactive Presentation
    July 13-19, 2002
         Jim Devine, Head of Education and Digital Media Resources, Hunterian
    Museum and Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, Scotland

    MULTIMEDIA AUTHORING: First steps ... (bilingual English/French; bilangue
    July 20-26, 2002
         Xavier Perrot, Instructor at the Sorbonne and the cole du Louvre, and
         Sophie Krikorian, scnariste au service des expositions du Musum
    national d'histoire naturelle

    July 27-August 2, 2002
         Paolo Paolini, Franca Garzotto & Nicoletta Di Blas, Politecnico di
    Milano, Milan, Italy

    --> Class Size
    Registration is limited to 12 participants per seminar. Small groups ensure
    you'll get the attention you need. A multi-day format means you'll both
    learn the theory and apply what you've learned in practice. You'll leave
    having mastered a new skill.

    --> Facilities
    Grindstone Island is a private island in Big Rideau Lake, Ontario, Canada.

    We have a high speed connection to the Internet, a multimedia lab, and a
    wireless network for access throughout the island. The varied geography and
    buildings on the island offer many meeting spaces, formal and informal.

    See the photos on-line at http://www.archimuse.com/come.html

    --> Registration
    Full Details about registration and accommodations can be found at

    --> More Details?
    To receive the full brochure, please email grindstone@archimuse.com, or
    visit us on-line at http://www.archimuse.com/grindstone/

    We hope to see you on the Island this summer!

    jennifer and David

    J. Trant and D. Bearman jtrant@archimuse.com
    Partners phone: +1 412 422 8530
    Archives & Museum Informatics fax: +1 412 422 8594
    2008 Murray Ave, Suite D http://www.archimuse.com
    Pittsburgh, PA 15217

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