Educators have found the World Wide Web to be fertile ground for developing and implementing new educational resources, strategies and methods. This single-stream conference will focus on practical ways in which the Web is being and will continue to be integrated into education. Topics for the conference include, but are not limited to:
Courseware Development for the WWW
Evaluating Web-based Education
Building Knowledge Bases on the Web
Care and Feeding of WWW Servers
HTML programming for the WWW
Image Banks on the WWW
You are invited to share your expertise and ideas by presenting a paper or organizing a panel.
All submissions based on the conference themes should be sent in the form of an abstract of 300-500 words. This abstract will appear in the online conference program if the submission is accepted. Normally, papers will be presented in 30 minutes. The committee particularly welcomes proposals that involve active participation by the conference attendees.
Online proceedings will be published for this conference. Full papers should be submitted in text or HTML markup to the addresses below. Please use the template for the paper provided at: http://ww.uvm.edu/~hag/naweb/paper.html
The following information must be included:
* title of paper or poster as it should appear in the program
* full name, address, telephone and fax numbers of presenter(s)
* e-mail address (and Web address, if available)
* exact requirements for audio-visual equipment
Abstracts may be submitted via electronic mail to: Philip Poulidis, firstname.lastname@example.org or Hope.Greenberg@uvm.edu
Submission Deadline: August 16, 1996
Notification of acceptance will be sent by August 23, 1996
Submission Deadline for Online Full Paper for Proceedings: September 13, 1996
Come be a part of a conference specifically devoted to WWW development for education!