This year, Hypertext and Digital Libraries share a combined tutorials program. We've assembled a program of tutorials specifically designed to appeal to attendees of both conferences. Most of the tutorials are held between the two conferences, so that whether you've just finished attending HT '00, or just about to attend DL '00, attending one or more tutorials is easy. And, staying in San Antonio for a weekend tutorial may end up saving you money on airfare with a Saturday night stay over!

Information about pricing can be found on the Registration page.


T1. The Synchronized Multimedia Interaction Language (SMIL)
Friday, June 2 PM
Learn more about this increasingly important W3C Recommendation.
T2. Human Factors in the Design and Testing of Hypermedia Interfaces
Saturday, June 3 (full day)
Hypermedia interfaces, empirical findings, how to determine usability of new interfaces.
T4. E-Books
Saturday, June 3 (full day)
Introduction to e-books, advantages and problems in their adoption and use.
Saturday, June 3 AM
Rapidly developed into a "need-to-know" standard. Consider pairing with T7.
T6. Information Architecture: Integrating Practice and Research
Saturday, June 3 AM
Explore basic principles. Case studies from Fortune 500 companies. See also T8.
T7. XLink
Saturday, June 3 PM
All about XLink, which describes link syntax and semantics for XML documents. Consider pairing with T5.
T8. Thesauri for Knowledge-based Assistance in Hypermedia and Digital Libraries
Saturday, June 3 PM
Introductory level course considering conceptual and vocabulary problems faced by users when searching digital libraries. Consider pairing with T6.
T9. Digital Libraries (Introduction)
Sunday, June 4 AM
Will ground attendees in the history, topics, concepts, projects, systems, and references related to digital libraries. Consider pairing with T11.
T10. How to build a Digital Library using Open Source Software
Sunday, June 4 AM
Learn how to build your own digital library with the Greenstone digital library software, an open source system for managing collections.
T11. Digital Libraries (Advanced)
Wednesday, June 7 AM
Part 2 of T9. Will continue with the same topics as the introductory version of this course.

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