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ASIS METRO NY CHAPTER 1992 FALL SEMINAR

INFORMATION WITHOUT TOOLS ??

... encompasses the entire spectrum of communication media.
It focuses on the challenge of developing innovative engines to
manipulate, retrieve, and manage the large digitized information
stores that are being created through new and easy media
transformation techniques.

Speakers:

James Anderson
Vice President of Sales, Market Statistics, Inc.
"Ease of Data Base Management in the Demographic World"

Dr. Rudolph M. Bell
Codirector, The Medieval & Early Modern Data Bank
Rutgers University
"The Banking of History"

Dr. Dennis Egan
Director, Information Science Research, Bellcore
"Creating and Using the CORE Electronic Library"

Colin McQuillan
Manager, GE Investments Research Library
"Optical Information Systems: Image Or Reality?"

Terry Russo
Research Associate
Paintings Conservation Dept., Metropolitan Museum of Art
"Electronic Imaging in Paintings Conservation at the Metropolitan
Museum"

Dr. Jocelyn Penny Small
Manager, Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae
Rutgers University
"The US Database of Classical Iconography: Issues of Simplicity
and Complexity in Design"

Dr. Jane Stone
Collections Infromation Systems Manager

Metropolitan Museum of Art
"Essential Elements of Text-based Museum Collections Information
Systems"

DATE: SEPT 11, 1992 (FRIDAY)

TIME: 10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.

LOCATION: IBM BUILDING
590 MADISON AVENUE
NEW YORK CITY
(NE CORNER OF 57TH & MADISON)

Mail Reservations: At the Door:
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Members $60.00 $70.00
Non-members $75.00 $90.00
Students $25.00 $30.00

(Lunch is included)

Mailed reservations are encouraged. No cash at the door.

Please make checks payable to - asis Metro NY - and forward with
the registration form by August 28 to:
Joe DeFalco
c/o asis Metro NY Chapter
471 East 16th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 802-2370

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