Region 4 Conference at BGSU

Subject: Region 4 Conference at BGSU
From: carol gasser <cgasser -at- BGNET -dot- BGSU -dot- EDU>
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 1998 10:53:16 -0500

Announcing the Region 4 Student STC Conference sponsored by Bowling Green
State University's Student Chapter.

This conference's notices and registration will be online.
Please visit the conference Web site:
http://www.bgsu.edu/studentlife/organizations/stc/Conf98/

The Bowling Green State University (BGSU) STC chapter is proud to host the
Region 4 Student Conference titled "Working on the Web." The conference is
an all-day event scheduled for April 4, 1998.

As you know, the Web is one of the hottest technical communication topics.
Web skills are becoming more and more in demand with employers, and an
excellent chance to increase your Web knowledge is to attend the BGSU STC
chapter's Region 4 Student Conference.

Topics covered in the presentations and workshops will be a range of issues
such as site design, Internet sites vs.intranets, online editing, and usability
testing. The presenters in these sessions will include professionals
representing companies such as Netscape and Rockwell Software and students
and faculty from BGSU.

The conference will be held primarily in Olscamp Hall located on the BGSU
campus. A networking lunch will be served in our Pheasant Room, and
a continental breakfast will be available in the morning. Unlike other
conferences that can easily exceed 100 dollars, this conference is only
$25.00, and you do not need to be an STC member to attend.

For a complete description of the conference and an online registration form,
visit the conference Web site:

http://www.bgsu.edu/studentlife/organizations/stc/Conf98/

For a conference agenda, continue to scroll in this message.

For comments or questions, please contact stc-conf -at- listproc -dot- bgsu -dot- edu -dot-

"Working on the Web" Conference Agenda

8:00-8:45
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Second Floor of Olscamp Hall

8:45-9:00
Conference Welcome and Introductions

MORNING SESSIONS
There will be three presentations, each one hour in length, with fifteen
minute breaks between the sessions..

9:00-10:00
The Process Connection between Editing Online and Usability Testing
Jennifer Giordano and Scott Butler, Rockwell Software, and Carol Gasser and
Bonnie Fink, BGSU.
This session will explore the connection between editing Web sites and
usability testing.

10:15-11:15
Online Information Design
Bryce Glass, Netscape Information Designer
This session will discuss the comprehensive information design process.

11:30-12:30
Intranets vs. the Internet
Keith Instone, Web Usability Consultant
This session will cover the differences in the design and management of
intranets, as opposed to Internet sites.

12:30-2:00
A Networking Luncheon
Pheasant Room of the BGSU University Union

AFTERNOON SESSIONS
There will be two, hour-long workshops, each offered twice. In addition,
there will be an STC Web site resource room available from 2:00-4:30.

2:00-3:00 AND 3:30-4:30
The Job Search on the Web: Resources and Materials
Jennifer Square, Nationwide Insurance; Vincent Hill, BGSU; Andrea Klein,
BGSU; and Dennis Pierce, BGSU, will serve as workshop leaders discussing
online job searches and job search materials.

2:00-3:00 AND 3:30-4:30
Designing Organizational Web Sites
Carol Gasser and Paul Cesarini, both from BGSU, will serve as workshop
leaders. Also participating in this workshop, which will cover site
design and maintenance, will be some of the presenters from the morning
sessions.

ALL AFTERNOON
STC Web Site Resource Room
Nancy Hoffman, Region 4 Director-Sponsor, and Karen O'Keefe, Southwest Ohio
Chapter Employment Manager, will be available to talk one-on-one with
conference attendees about the Web sites STC provides for chapter
development and member use.




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