SGML: SGML'97 Call for Tutorial Proposals

SGML'97 Call for Tutorial Proposals

Subject: SGML'97 Call for Tutorial Proposals
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 1997 22:45:05 GMT
From: (Tommie Usdin)
Newsgroup: comp.text.sgml --------------------------------------------------------- SGML'97 will be held in Washington, DC, December 8-11, 1997 preceeded by a full day of tutorials on Sunday, December 7th. The SGML'97 Committee is soliciting tutorial proposals now so that information about the tutorials can be included in early conference publicity. We hope to field a great set of varied tutorials this year. If you are interested in presenting a tutorial at SGML'97 please send the following information to <> before April 5th: Information about the Instructor(s): Name Address Email address Phone number Summary of Teaching Experience Have you taught or presented at any GCA events? Teaching Reference; Name, address, phone number of someone who has seen you teach in English Brief biography Information about the Tutorial: Title Expected audience (who you think might take your tutorial) Prerequisites (what the audience must know before your tutorial) Abstract (50 to 100 words describing the tutorial, for use in publicity) Synopsis (1000 to 5000 words summarizing the content of the course, including a syllabus and schedule) Previous places this tutorial has been presented Your compensation for teaching a tutorial is free registration for the full conference and a copy of the conference proceedings. If you have any questions please contact the SGML'97 Committee at or call either Tommie Usdin at 301/231-6930 or Marion Elledge at 703/519-8160. ============================================================== SGML'97 Conference Committee Chair: B. Tommie Usdin Co-Chairs: Deborah A. Lapeyre, C.M. Sperberg-McQueen Email: Phone: 301/231-6930 Fax: 301/231-6935 Registration & Vendor Information: Marion Elledge 703/519-8160 ==============================================================