WebNet 2001 Call (Orlando, Florida)

From: Judy Brewer (jbrewer@w3.org)
Date: Mon, Feb 26 2001

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    >       >> Call for Participation Deadline:  March 15 <<
    >                 http://www.aace.org/conf/webnet/
    >                                 W e b N e t  2001
    >            World Conference on the WWW and Internet
    >                October 23-27, 2001  *  Orlando, Florida, USA
    >                     Holiday Inn International Drive Resort
    >                         CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
    >              ** Submission Deadline: March 15, 2001 **
    >                                    Organized by
    >AACE-Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
    >        in cooperation WWW/Internet businesses & industry
    >                                    Sponsored by
    >The WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues
    >The WebNet Conference -- World Conference on the WWW and Internet is an
    >innovative collaboration between the top international academic and
    >corporate laboratory researchers, developers, education and business
    >professionals, and end users.
    >WebNet 2001 is organized by the Association for the Advancement of
    Computing in
    >Education (AACE) and sponsored by the WebNet Journal: Internet
    >Technologies, Applications & Issues. This annual conference serves as a
    >multi-disciplinary forum for the exchange of information on research,
    >development, and applications of all topics
    >related to the Web. This encompasses the use, applications and societal and
    >legal aspects of the Internet in its broadest sense.
    >All presentation proposals are reviewed and selected by a respected
    >international Program Committee
    >(http://www.aace.org/conf/webnet/committees.htm), based on merit and the
    >perceived value for attendees.
    >This conference is a must for all who plan to use the Internet to access
    >information, communicate or conduct transactions or, who are developing
    >applications for the Internet, including the WWW, intranets, and extranets.
    >For Submission information, connect to:
    >All authors MUST complete the Web form at:
    >* Keynote & Invited Speakers
    >* Papers
    >* Panels
    >* Posters/Demonstrations
    >* Tutorials & Workshops
    >* Corporate Showcases
    >* Corporate Demonstrations
    >* Special Interest Group (SIG) Discussions
    >* Social Program
    >** New this year: Corporate Strand of Presentations **
    >1. Commercial, Business, Professional, and Community Applications
    >       Application Development Tools
    >       Business/Corporate Evolving Web Uses
    >       Collaborative Work and Environments
    >       Electronic Commerce
    >       Financial Services, Web-Based
    >       Industrial Products and Services Support
    >       Integration of Web Applications and Web Services
    >       Marketing and Sales on the Web
    >       Medical Applications
    >       New Web Applications
    >       Teleworking
    >2. Educational Applications
    >       Authoring Tools
    >       Collaborative Learning and Environments
    >       Courseware Development
    >       Didactic Issues for Web Presentation
    >       Distance Education
    >       Educational Multimedia
    >       Network-Based Learning and Environments
    >       Teaching, Learning, Pedagogical Issues
    >       Web Based Training
    >3. General Web Tools and Facilities
    >       Browsing and Navigation Tools
    >       Java Technology and Applications
    >       Search Engines
    >       Web Page Design Tools
    >       Web Site Tools
    >4. Societal Issues, Including Legal, Standards, and International Issues
    >       Country Specific Developments
    >       Ethical Aspects
    >       International Issues and Developments
    >       Legal Issues
    >       Multilinguality Provisions
    >       Public Service Networks
    >       Security and Privacy
    >       Social and Cultural Issues
    >5. Ergonomic, Interface, and Cognitive Issues
    >       Adaptive Systems
    >       Computer-Human Interface
    >       Interaction and Feedback
    >       Psychology of Web Use
    >       Overcoming Human Disabilities
    >       Sensory-Effectory Technology
    >6. Electronic Publishing and Digital Libraries
    >       Digital Libraries
    >       Digital Museums
    >       Electronic Publishing: Tools, Design, Issues
    >7. Personal Applications and Environments
    >       Browsing and Navigation Issues
    >       Customizing and Personalizing the Web
    >       Indexing Techniques and Personal Information Organization
    >       Software Agents
    >       The Web as Discussion Forum
    >8. Web Technical Facilities
    >       Advances in Networked Multimedia
    >       Data and Link Management
    >       Databases and the Web
    >       Extranets
    >       Future Issues in Web Technology
    >       Hardware and Software Technologies
    >       Net-Based Multi/Hypermedia
    >       Statistical Tools and User Tracking
    >       Virtual Reality
    >       Web Servers
    >Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings in hard copy and
    >CD-ROM formats as well as on the Conference website. These proceedings
    >serve as major sources of information in the web community, indicatinging
    >the current state of the art, new trends and new opportunities. In
    >addition, selected papers may be invited for publication in the WebNet
    >Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues
    >For information about Corporate Participation in the conference
    >special corporate strand of presentations, see:
    >Submissions Due:                   March 15, 2001
    >Authors Notified via email:       May 25, 2001
    >Proceedings File Due:             July 9, 2001
    >Early Registration Deadline:    Sept. 13, 2001
    >The conference registration fee for all presenters and participants will be
    >approximately $395 U.S. (AACE members), $445 U.S. (non-members).
    >Registration includes proceedings on CD, receptions, and all sessions
    >except tutorials. Conference dinner and luncheon are an extra fee.
    >Special discount airfares will be available from a designated airline
    >Orlando, Florida-just mention the name and a hundred "magical" images come
    >to mind: bright, sunny weather, world-class attractions like Walt Disney
    >World and Universal Studios, an incredible variety of shopping and dining
    >options, sports and recreational opportunities ranging from golf to
    >professional basketball, and evening entertainment possibilities to suit
    >all ages and tastes. Orlando truly has it all!
    >WebNet 2001 will be held at the Holiday Inn International Drive Resort,
    >conveniently located just minutes from all of Orlando's attractions. With
    >shuttle, attraction tickets and on-site car rental available through the
    >hotel's concierge services, a 13-acre resort with courtyard, sun deck and a
    >fitness center, a beautiful heated pool, and a wide selection of cafes and
    >restaurants in the hotel, WebNet 2001 participants will have no trouble
    >finding wonderful ways to spend their free time!
    >Disney's many parks include The Magic Kingdom, EPCOT Center, MGM Studios,
    >and water parks like Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. Also nearby are
    >Universal Studios of Florida, Sea World of Florida, and the Wet 'n Wild
    >Water Park.
    >Orlando boasts some of the best nighttime entertainment in the country. At
    >Disney's Pleasure Island you can find almost every type of music and
    >entertainment imaginable...from a comedy club to nightclubs to suit any
    >taste including country-western, Top 40's, beach music, a 70's disco, and a
    >jazz club. In downtown Orlando, Church Street Station offers blocks of fun
    >in an old-time style.
    >Within a few hours drive of Orlando you can find the Kennedy Space Center,
    >the famous Cypress Gardens, spring-training baseball, and beaches, beaches,
    >beaches. It's not just a conference........it's a vacation! So plan to join
    >us in Orlando for WebNet 2001-a great conference in one of the world's
    >greatest tourist destinations.
    >To receive future WebNet 2001 announcements, please complete the electronic
    >form at
    >If you have a question about WebNet 2001, please send an e-mail to AACE
    >Conference Services, conf@aace.org
    >Mailing address:
    >P.O. Box 3728
    >Norfolk, VA 23514 USA
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    Judy Brewer    jbrewer@w3.org    +1.617.258.9741    http://www.w3.org/WAI
    Director, Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) International Program Office
    World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
    MIT/LCS Room NE43-355, 200 Technology Square, Cambridge, MA,  02139,  USA