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 FEDLINK will be hosting a series of Dialog product demonstrations. There will be one session per day from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Sign up for one demonstration or all four!  (See below for registration information)
 
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Dialog Alerts—Wednesday, October 9, 2002
 
Join Dialog representatives to hear the latest about Dialog’s Alert capabilities, features, and recent enhancements. The DialogŪ Alerts service provides an easy way to keep up-to-date on news on topics of interest.  Learn how to automatically run searches on organizations, hot topics, or new developments in an industry and have them delivered to the desktop. View enhancements in duplicate record removal, scheduled Alerts, and multiple file alerts.
 
NewsEdge Overview and Demonstration—Wednesday, October 23, 2002
 
Join Stephanie Roma-Brown, Account Executive with NewsEdge, for a presentation on NewsEdge's real-time news and information products. NewsEdge combines proprietary technology, branded content and specialized editorial processes to deliver tailored information and decision-support solutions to an end-user's desktop, Intranet portal, or external Web site.
 
Dialog’s IntraIntelligence Presentation—Thursday, November 7, 2002  
 
Join Dialog representatives to learn about Dialog’s IntraIntelligence solutions and see demonstrations of actual IntraIntelligence sites created by Dialog and the new Homeland Security solution.  IntraIntelligence integrates Dialog content into an agency’s Intranet and offers tools like alert delivery, saved search links, e-journal linking, document delivery, Web-based access to CD-Roms, and NewsEdge e-content. 
 
Dialog Easy-to-Use Interfaces—Wednesday, November 20, 2002
 
Designed for users who need targeted information, but do not need or want to develop advanced search skills, Dialog offers authoritative information via user-friendly interfaces such as DialogWeb, Dialog SelectSM, and Dialog1. Knowledge of Dialog commands is not needed for these simple point-and-click search forms. Convenient links connect to document delivery, e-journal linking, and Alert features. 
 
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FLICC/FEDLINK will be hosting these presentations in the Library of Congress National Digital Library Learning Center in the Madison Building, at First and Independence Avenue, S.E., Washington, D.C. The Metro stop is Capitol South on the Orange and Blue Lines. 
 
The events are free, but seating is limited.  Please sign up today by calling FLICC at (202) 707-4800.  Please request ADA Accommodations five business days in advance at (202) 707-6362 TTY or [log in to unmask].