[ESIP-all] FYI: digital library presentations 03 Apr @ NSF

Jim Frew frew at bren.ucsb.edu
Mon Mar 24 10:05:27 EST 2003

If you aren't interested in digital library research and applications,
then you may ignore the rest of this message.

If you won't be in or near Arlington, VA on Thursday 03 April, then you
may ignore the rest of this message.

Otherwise, I'd like to invite you to all or part of the following event.
Feel free to email me if you'd like additional information.


ADL/ADEPT Digital Library Presentation at the National Science Foundation
Thursday, April 3, 2003
Arlington, VA

Representatives from an NSF Digital Libraries Initiative - Phase 2
(DLI-2) project at the University of California, Santa Barbara will be
presenting the ongoing research activities of the Alexandria Digital
Library (ADL) and Alexandria Digital Earth ProtoType (ADEPT) on
Thursday, April 3, 2003, at the following locations in Arlington, VA:

NCSA Alliance Center for Collaboration, Education, Science, and Software
Ballston Metro Center Office Tower
901 Stuart Street (corner Stuart and Fairfax), Suite 800


National Science Foundation
4201 Wilson Boulevard, Room 110

All of the following events are open to the public.

10:00 - 12:00 noon:  Posters and demonstrations at NCSA

* ADL/ADEPT digital library architecture and learning environments
* Textual-Geospatial Integration (TGI) project
* ADEPT computer science research

* ADEPT learning environments interfaces
* ADL/ADEPT interface to distributed collections, based on ADL/ADEPT for
  peer-to-peer network of distributed georeferenced digital libraries
* ADL Gazetteer interface, based on ADL Gazetteer Protocol

12:30 - 1:30: Posters (and demonstrations, firewall permitting) at NSF

1:30 - 3:00: Presentations at NSF
* Introduction (Terry Smith, PI)
* Distributed ADL/ADEPT (Greg Janée, Lead Software Engineer)
* Knowledge organization systems (Linda Hill, Research Specialist)
* ADEPT learning environments (Terry Smith, PI)

2:30 - 2:30: Panel discussion at NSF

In addition to the presenters, the panel will include
* Mike Goodchild (ADEPT co-PI)
* Jim Frew (TGI PI and ADEPT co-I)
* Larry Carver (Head, Map & Imagery Laboratory, UCSB Davidson Library)

3:00 - 5:00: Posters and demonstrations at NSF

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