THE LIGHT BULBS ON
INFORMATION ONLINE CONFERENCE 2003 SEMINAR
Friday 24 January 2003
Sydney Convention Centre.
Donald T. Hawkins, Director of
Intranet Development, Information Today Inc and Editor-in-Chief of Information
How to find, package and
distribute ideas for knowledge, innovation, productivity and business success.
alert services. User profiling.
Intelligence systems. E-content sources, services and systems.
Portals and intranets. In-house databases.
Content Management. Abstracting. Knowledge
management & standards.
Information production and
distribution services are evolving rapidly. Publishers and new information
providers, large and small, are procuring and re-distributing information from
news feeds, scholarly sources, content aggregators and websites using a
variety of services and systems.
What are the developments in
tracking ideas for information consumers?
Who are the suppliers? What are their products?
in-house sites and systems can be developed to streamline processes? What can we learn from the way information entrepreneurs serve their
markets and provide value-added satisfaction?
of Intranet Development, Information Today Inc and Editor-in-Chief of
Information Science Abstracts (ISA) will head a seminar which
explores trends and looks at practical applications.
Other presenters include
Susan Henczel (author of The Information Audit), Andrew Ford (Epistemic
Intelligence Australia), James Robertson (Step Two Designs),
Swan (Information Edge), Michele Ritchie (Australian Government Analytical
Laboratories), Peter Smee (Trimagic),
Simone Wheeler (Factiva) Sue
Halbwirth and Rowena Loo
(Standards Australia KM Standard Committee).
for Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) members; $345
non-ALIA members (Includes GST).
further information and to register: Paul Bentley, Paul Bentley &
Associates, 7/15 Raine Street, Bondi Junction, NSW 2022. Phone (02) 9387 7307.
Fax (02) 9386 4259 Mobile 0416 121 347. Email:
Online conference details http://www.alia.org.au/conferences/online2003