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AMFELLOWS January 1999

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Re: American Assoc. for History & Computing [CFP]

From:

Evelyn Bender <[log in to unmask]>

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American Memory Fellows <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 20 Jan 1999 05:27:08 -0500

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Hi--

Thanks for the information about the conference. I may be on a panel with
some people from Temple University at that one. Ron and I are presenting on
the 23d for the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association (near
Harrisburg); so we'll be hopping.
If nothing else, I'd certainly like to catch some of the presentations--I
hope some of the AM folks will be there.

Evelyn


>---------------------- Information from the mail header
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>Sender:       American Memory Fellows <[log in to unmask]>
>Poster:       "Judith K. Graves" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:      American Assoc. for History & Computing [CFP]
>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>Hi Everyone,
>This might be of interest to folks near Philadelphia.  The list of
>suggested topics has topics applicable to the work you've all been doing
>either on your own or with American Memory.  Let me know what you think!
>Judy
>
>>Call for Papers
>>Annual Meeting of the American Association for History and Computing
>>Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
>>April 24-26, 1999
>>
>>DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 1 February 1999
>>
>>BE THERE!
>>
>>Panel and paper proposals are now being solicited for the 1999 Annual
>>Meeting of the American Association for History and Computing, which
>>will be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 23-25 April 1999.  The
>>theme for this year's conference will be "How Computing Technology will
>>Transform Teaching, Learning, and Education."  University and college
>>instructors, K-12 teachers, librarians, publishers, editors,
>>archivists, students and all other history professionals are encouraged
>>to participate.  Many opportunities for interdisciplinary exchange will
>>be provided, and panel and paper proposals on any topics relating to
>>history in the electronic age are encouraged.  All paper presentations
>>will be considered for publication in the Journal of Association for
>>History and Computing and in a volume of essays selected from
>>conference sessions.
>>
>>The Executive Board of the AAHC proudly announces the presenting of a
>>$150 cash prize for the best paper presented at the AAHCUs annual
>>conference or published in the E-journal, The Journal for the American
>>Association for History and Computing. Those wishing to be considered
>>will be asked to submit copies of their papers by email one week prior
>>before the conference to G. Mick Smith.
>>
>>
>>Some suggested themes include:
>>
>>The future of historical journals in the electronic age.
>>
>>How computers are changing the face of historical editing.
>>
>>Historical projects utilizing statistical databases and GIS projects.
>>
>>Publishing and the Information Superhighway
>>
>>Computers in the classroom.
>>
>>Multimedia Teaching Strategies for K-12 teachers.
>>
>>Authoring World Wide Web Pages.
>>
>>Using the World Wide Web as a teaching tool.
>>
>>The future of book reviews in the electronic age.
>>
>>Database and statistical software in historical research.
>>
>>Using the Internet for job, fellowship, and grant research.
>>
>>The changing face of libraries.
>>
>>Technology in the graduate curriculum.
>>
>>New opportunities for local history.
>>
>>Computer uses for graduate students.
>>
>>The on-line museum--A new exhibition space.
>>
>>0n-line courses and distance learning.
>>
>>Computers and historical research.
>>
>>Using the Internet for scholarly communication
>>
>>Proposals for full panels can be composed of three thirty-minute
>>papers, four twenty-minute papers, or a round table format. All panels
>>should include a chair and are encouraged to include a commentator.
>>Proposals must include a two hundred-word abstract for each paper and a
>>one paragraph vita for each participant. Please be sure to indicate
>>which member of the panel will serve as the contact person and provide
>>their name, address, and telephone number.
>>
>>For Conference and Hotel Information:
>>
>>http://www.bnpages.com/history/gmsmith/accomodations.html
>>
>>All Inquiries and submissions should be directed to:
>>
>>G. Mick Smith, Ph.D.
>>P.O. Box 3009
>>Malvern, PA
>>19355-0709
>> [log in to unmask]
>> http://www.bnpages.com/history/gmsmith
>> 610-251-2716
>>or
>>Ken Dvorak
>>American Culture Studies Program
>>Secretary / Treasurer of the AAHC
>>Bowling Green State University
>>East Hall
>>Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
>>[log in to unmask]
>>
>-------------------------------------------------------
>Judith K. Graves
>Education Resources Specialist
>National Digital Library Program
>Library of Congress
>Washington, D.C.  20540-1320
>[log in to unmask]
>(V)202/707-2562   (F) 202/252-3173
>http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/

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