WebNet 97 CFP (Toronto, Canada)

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   *                     W e b  N e t  9 7                       *
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   *    World Conference of the WWW, Internet, and Intranet      *
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   *               Oct. 31-Nov 5, 1997 * Toronto, CANADA         *
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   *            ANNOUNCEMENT / CALL FOR PARTICIPATION            *
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   *              Submission Deadline: March 7, 1997             *
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   *          Papers * Short Papers * Panels * Tutorials         *
   *             Workshops * Demonstrations * Posters            *
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   *                       Organized by                          *
   *                           AACE                              *
   *  Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education  *
   *      in cooperation WWW/Internet businesses & industry      *

WebNet 97 -- The second World Conference of the WWW, Internet, and Intranet
is an international conference, organized by the Association for the
Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) in cooperation WWW/Internet
businesses & industry.

This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the
exchange of information on the development, applications, and research on
all topics related to the Web. This encompasses the use, applications and
societal and legal aspects of the Internet in its broadest sense.

This conference is a must for all who plan to use the Internet to access
information, communicate or conduct transactions or, who are currently
running or planning to run servers on the Internet.

We invite you to attend the WebNet 97 conference and submit presentations
proposals for papers, panels, tutorials, workshops, demonstrations/posters,
and SIG discussions. All proposals are reviewed for inclusion in the
conference program.

Major Topics include (but are not limited to):
Advances in Multimedia
Application Development Tools
Authoring Tools
Browsing and Navigation Tools
Computer-Human Interface (CHI) Issues
Country Specific Developments
Collaborative Learning and Work
Courseware Development
Data and Link Management
Didactic Issues for Web Presentations
Digital Libraries and Museums
Distance Education
Educational Multimedia
Electronic Commerce
Electronic Publishing and Design
Financial Transactions
Future Issues in Web Technology
Hardware and Software Technologies
Industries and Services
Integration of Web Applications and Services
Interaction and Feedback
International Issues and Developments
JAVA Technology Applications
Legal Issues
Mobile Computing
Net-Based Multimedia/Hypermedia Systems
Psychology of Web-Use
Search Engines
Security and Privacy
Social and Cultural Issues
Statistical Tools and User Tracking
The Web as Discussion Forum
Virtual Reality
Web Page Design Tools
Web Servers
Web Site Tools

The WebNet Annual Conference Is Unique:
First, WebNet takes a more general view of the topic than other WWW
conferences, dealing with a variety of Internet applications, tools,
issues, and research. Attendees are able to focus on the topics which
interest and concern them, not someone else's agenda or primarily vendor

The WebNet conference complements existing other events such as the INET
and WWW conferences. The organization of the former is, by definition, more
concerned with providing global Internet services and the latter's
organization is specifically oriented towards one particular system WWW and
its technology.

Second, WebNet is not a trade show.  After careful review, presentations
are selected by the Program Committee based upon the value of the content
for attendees. Participants learn what works and does not work from their

Third, WebNet is a participatory event.  While there will be leaders in the
field as speakers, the conference enables participants to meet people and
not just listen to them.  Attendees are as important to WebNet as the
formal speakers and, therefore, come to participate.

The WebNet conference series began in 1996 in San Francisco. WebNet 97 is
the second in this series of internationally respected events. WebNet 98 is
expected to be held in Hawaii.

      |                  WebNet 97 Deadlines                |
      |    Submissions Due:             March 7, 1997       |
      |    Authors Notified:            May 28, 1997        |
      |    Camera Ready Copy Due:       July 11, 1997       |
      |    Early Registration:          September 15, 1997  |

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