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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 807.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                         Submit to: humanist@princeton.edu

       [1] From: Cajsa Baldini <cajsa.baldini@asu.edu> (52)
             Subject: Computing Italianists and Other Technological Angles
                     on Italian Language & Culture

       [2] From: "J. Trant" <jtrant@archimuse.com> (53)
             Subject: Museums and the Web 2004: Best of the Web Winners

       [3] From: "Olga Francois" <ofrancois@umuc.edu> (60)
             Subject: 2004 Annual Copyright Symposium!

             Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 07:24:22 +0100
             From: Cajsa Baldini <cajsa.baldini@asu.edu>
             Subject: Computing Italianists and Other Technological Angles on
    Italian Language & Culture

    [See http://www.asu.edu/clas/dll/aati/04/main.htm or

    AATI in Tempe, Arizona
    Arizona State University

    Call for Papers and Sessions

    Literature, Pedagogy, Linguistics, Cinema, Technology, and Culture
    October 14-15-16, 2004 (Thursday-Friday-Saturday)

    The Annual National and International Convention of the AATI will be held
    in Tempe, Arizona this year.
    Opening remarks will be addressed by the Honorable Janet Napolitano,
    Governor of Arizona,
    and the keynote address will be delivered by Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky.

    The American Association of Teachers of Italian, the oldest Italianist
    organization in the United States and Canada, invites proposals for special
    sessions on all topics related to technology and computing in an Italian
    context. Deadline for Proposals and information about special
    sessions: July 15, 2004

    Possible session topics could include, but are not limited to:
         * Intertextuality and Hypertext projects in Italian
         * Humanities Computing and Italian Linguistics
         * Digitizing the Italian Canon
         * Using Technology in the Italian Classroom
         * Developing Instructional Software for Italian
         * Propose your own session!

    [material deleted]

    Chairs of Sessions

    ! Colleagues wishing to Chair a session should complete the "Call for
    Papers" form and forward it to me following the same procedure as if it
    were a proposal for a paper. The form is available here:

    [material deleted]

    Mail or E-mail proposals to:

    Professor Pier Raimondo Baldini
    President, AATI
    Department of Languages and Literatures
    Arizona State University
    Tempe, AZ 85287-0202
    Tel./Fax. (480) 775-2670
    e-mail: pbaldini@asu.edu

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    Cajsa C. Baldini
    Graduate Computing Specialist
    Arizona State University
    Department of English

    Workshop Schedule Spring 2004!
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             Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 07:25:02 +0100
             From: "J. Trant" <jtrant@archimuse.com>
             Subject: Museums and the Web 2004: Best of the Web Winners

    Apologies for any duplication; please forward as appropriate.

    We're delighted to announce the Best of the Web Award winners for 2004, as
    presented at the Museums and the Web conference in Alexandria, Virginia.

    Each year, nominations are solicited from the Museum community and
    nominated sites are evaluated by a committee of peers. Full details
    including the list of judges, category definitions, judges' comments and a
    list of finalists in each category can be found on the Museums and the Web
    conference site at http://www.archimuse.com/mw2004/best/

    The MW2004 Best of the Web are:

    * Best On-line Exhibition
              Lewis & Clark: The National Bicentennial Exhibition
              organized by the Missouri Historical Society, Saint Louis, MI, USA

    * Best E-Services Site
              a project of The McKnight Foundation and Walker Art Center,
    Minneapolis, MN, USA

    * Best Museum Web Site Supporting Educational Use
              World Myths and Legends in Art
              Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN, USA

    * Best Innovative or Experimental Application
              You Are the Historian: Investigating the First Thanksgiving
              Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, MA, USA

    * Best Museum Professional's Site
              Global Museum
              "the brainchild of Roger Smith", Global Museum International, New

    * Best Museum Research Site
              Tate Online
              Tate, London ,UK

    * Best Overall Museum Web site
              Conservation Central (Smithsonian's National Zoo)
              Friends of the National Zoo, Washington,DC

    Nominations for the Best of the Web 2005 will open in the Fall of 2004.

    Museums and the Web 2005 will be held April 13-17, 2005 in Vancouver,
    British Columbia, Canada

    Best wishes,


    J. Trant                                jtrant@archimuse.com
    Partner & Principal Consultant          phone: +1 416 691 2516
    Archives & Museum Informatics   fax: +1 416 352 6025
    158 Lee Ave, Toronto
    Ontario M4E 2P3 Canada          http://www.archimuse.com

    --[3]------------------------------------------------------------------ Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 07:25:35 +0100 From: "Olga Francois" <ofrancois@umuc.edu> Subject: 2004 Annual Copyright Symposium!

    COLLEGES, CODE AND COPYRIGHT June 10-11, 2004 Inn and Conference Center, University of Maryland University College Adelphi, Maryland http://www.umuc.edu/odell/cip/symposium/ * * *

    Sponsored by the The Center for Intellectual Property

    KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Clifford A. Lynch, Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: University Provosts * College and University Faculty * College and University Librarians * Distance Learning Librarians and Information Professionals * Academic and Intellectual Property Attorneys * Directors and Managers of Distance Learning Programs * Knowledge Management Leaders * Information Technology Managers * Web-based Training Specialists * E-commerce Directors * Instructional Designers * Deans and Directors of College & University Academic and Professional Programs

    Presenters and panelist also include: ~ Miriam M. Nisbet, Legislative Counsel, American Library Association ~ Bryan Pfaffenberger, Professor, Technology, Culture, and Communication (TCC), University of Virginia ~ Mark A. Luker, Vice President, EDUCAUSE ~ Julia Blixrud, Assistant Executive Director, External Relations ARL and Assistant Director for Public Programs for SPARC, the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition ~ Matt Jackson, Assistant Professor of Communications, College of Communications Penn State University ~ David E. Green, Vice President and Counsel, Technology and New Media, Motion Picture Association of America ~ David Lombard Harrison, Associate Vice President for Legal Affairs, University of North Carolina ~ Kenneth Saloman, Dow, Lohnes, & Albertson, PLLC ~ Donna Ferullo, Dir., University Copyright Office, Purdue University ~ Keith Winstein, Graduate student, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Please see the web site for a complete listing of speakers: http://www.umuc.edu/odell/cip/symposium/speakers.html

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Higher education institutions are facing complex issues involved in the use of campus computer networks, the delivery of scholarly materials to faculty and students, and securing information disseminated on campus. This symposium will focus on these and other issues that affect the delivery of quality, copyrighted content in higher education, including:

    - The impact of the rising costs of scholarly materials - Peer-to-peer file sharing over university networks - The impact of digital rights management systems - Current legislation impacting copyright and higher education - Other provocative topics pertinent to the symposium subject

    The symposium has a two-day format that will frame the pertinent issues on the first day then present and discuss possible solutions the second day.

    REGISTRATION: Early registration ends May 10, 2004.

    For additional information call 301-985-7777 OR visit our Web site at http://www.umuc.edu/odell/cip/symposium/

    [Please excuse the inevitable duplication of this notice.]

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