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Community Information Networks'96: Using the Internet - strategies and experiences

A two-day conference entitled "Community Information Networks '96: Using the Internet - strategies and experiences" will be held in Sheffield, UK, on 3-4 July 1996. The conference is being organized by the Department of Information Studies of the University of Sheffield and So...

3 July 1996 - 3 July 1996
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A two-day conference entitled "Community Information Networks '96: Using the Internet - strategies and experiences" will be held in Sheffield, UK, on 3-4 July 1996. The conference is being organized by the Department of Information Studies of the University of Sheffield and South Yorkshire Network (SYNET) (UK). The development and growth of electronic information networks in general and the Internet in particular has provided increased opportunities for the provision and access to information. The conference will examine the strategies and experiences of those seeking to develop the use of the Internet for the benefit of the community.

The conference programme includes a presentation of the Community's specific RTD programme in the area of Telematics Applications of common interest. It will also look at experiences in Canada and the UK, and specific case studies in the provision of community electronic information services.
For further information/registration, please contact:

University of Sheffield
Ms. Yvonne Brindley
SYNET Conference Administrator
Department of Information Studies
Regent Court
Portobello Street
Sheffield S10 2TN
United Kingdom
Tel. +44-114-2825080 Fax +44-114-2780300

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