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Seminars on imaging

From: Walter Henry <whenry>
Date: Thursday, November 16, 1995
    Date: 14 Nov 95
    From: <ims [at] delphi__com>
    Subject: Electronic document imaging seminars

    Information Management Seminars will conduct two professional
    development seminars on document imaging in New York City on
    December 13 and 14, 1995.  The topics to be treated are of
    interest to those involved in the preservation and conservation
    of library materials.

    The first seminar, entitled Electronic Document Imaging and
    Optical Disks will examine the current state of the art in
    electronic document imaging, emphasizing systems that utilize
    optical disks as storage media.  It will provide practical
    advice for planning, evaluation, selection, and implementation
    of document imaging systems and services.

    The second seminar, entitled Optical Disks and Micrographics:
    Competition or Integration? will analyze the competitive and
    complementary relationship between optical disk and microfilm
    systems for document storage and retrieval.  It is specifically
    intended for organizations that are considering optical disk
    systems as replacements for or supplements to source document
    microfilming or computer- output microfilm systems.

    The instructor for both seminars is Dr. William Saffady,
    Professor in the School of Information Science and Policy, State
    University of New York at Albany.  Dr. Saffady is a well-known
    author and lecturer on information and document management

    The enrollment fee is $199 per person per seminar.  To receive a
    copy of the seminar brochure, contact Information Management
    Seminars at ims [at] delphi__com or by phone 518-439-2746) or fax

                  Conservation DistList Instance 9:42
                Distributed: Thursday, November 16, 1995
                        Message Id: cdl-9-42-010
Received on Thursday, 16 November, 1995

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