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ITC's Office Technology Conference to be held May 10
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ITC's Office Technology Conference to be held May 10

Technology in all its many incarnations -- newer and faster microchips, DVDs, MP3s, handhelds, wireless LANs, and above all the Web -- may be leading us into the future while seeming to scorn us if we fall behind. The Office Technology Conference 2000, to be held May 10 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Newcomb Hall, aims to explore many technical issues that will shape the University environment in the months and years to come.

This year's conference is organized around five tracks, each of which is divided into five sessions that highlight specific aspects of that track. The tracks relate to: the World Wide Web, office technology, troubleshooting, how to get the most out of your workstation, and emerging technology. Some of the sessions include: Dreamweaver/Fireworks 3.0, Word 2000 tips and tricks, site licensing and document imaging.

A $50 conference fee includes materials, parking, lunch and breaks. Information about the ITC Training Services conference and registration, which is required, can be found at http://www.itc.virginia.edu/trining/conferences/otc2000/.


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