About this Symposium
The Canadian Digital Libraries Symposium will bring together
digital library professionals, academic researchers, and
information developers, and information product developers
to share their innovations and developments in digital libraries.
The symposium program
will have tracks on case studies,
new technologies, copyright issues, and research.
It will be opportunity to learn about new digital library innovations and to network with the Canadian Digital Library community. It will be held in Toronto, Canada, one of the world's safest and most cosmopolitan cities. (See Hotel and Travel info). Registration is available online. Individuals that would like to be a presenter or sponsor can contact the symposium organizer, Dr. Yuri Quintana.
Who Should Attend:
Digital librarians, academic researchers, and digital library product developers, web developers,
information managers, knowledge management professionals, content developers, digital rights managers, communications officers, information policy managers.
The symposium will be held November 28, 2001 at the
Ontario Science Center in Toronto. See a
local map. The symposium hotel
is the Crowne Plaza Hotel on the Don Valley (near the Ontario Science Center). There is a
hotel discount. There is also an air travel information.
On November 29, 2001, there will be some continuing education seminars. Details to be annouced soon.
Seating is limited. Register here