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Seminar on imaging

From: William Saffady <ims>
Date: Tuesday, April 16, 1996
Information Management Seminars will conduct two professional
development seminars on document imaging in the Los Angeles area on
June 6 and 7, 1996.  The seminars will be repeated in the San
Francisco area on June 10 and 11, 1996.  The seminars will cover
topics of interest to librarians, automation specialists,
information systems analysts, and others involved with or
considering electronic document imaging or digital library

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.  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. Both seminars
will provide practical advice for planning, evaluating, selecting,
and implementing document imaging systems and services.

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 document management and library automation topics.

The enrollment fee is $199 per person per seminar.  There is a
special package price of $350 for persons attending both seminars.
The same seminars are scheduled for metro Boston in early May.

For a copy of the seminar brochure or additional information,

    Information Management Seminars
    P.O. Box 84, Delmar, NY 12054
    Fax: 518-439-0968.
    The internet
    ims [at] delphi__com.

William Saffady

                  Conservation DistList Instance 9:71
                 Distributed: Wednesday, April 17, 1996
                        Message Id: cdl-9-71-009
Received on Tuesday, 16 April, 1996

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