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E-Book 2001 Conference

Of possible interest.

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Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 10:25:20 -0400
From: Marilyn Geller <marilyn.geller@mindspring.com>
Subject: E-Book 2001 Conference

Please join us November 5-7 in Washington, DC for E-Book 2001 to learn
more about how to incorporate E-Book technology into your life, your work,
or your organization.  You'll find much to think about at the 4th
Electronic Book Conference.  Sponsored by NISO (http://www.niso.org) and
the National Institute of Standards and Technology, E-Book 2001 brings
together the key players in the E-Book world: the technology experts
(hardware, software, DRM), the content providers (publishers and
aggregators, authors and agents), and the users (educators, librarians,
readers) to examine how this new technology can change the way we think
about books.  Conference exhibits will feature the top companies
supporting E-book technologies.  Programs will focus on Authors,
Applications and Accessibility with special tracks for new technology,
e-publishing, e-learning, libraries, standards and business models.

There's something here for everyone, and this is a conference that will
expand your boundaries.

Check out the conference web site to learn more about the program and to
register: http://www.itl.nist.gov/div895/ebook2001/

If you're interested in exhibiting, get more details at:
http://www.niso.org/ebook00.html or contact Jane Thomson: Telephone:
301-654-2512, email: jthomson@niso.org