Useful Information on Events and Mailbase Lists
Computer Animation '96,
3-5 June 1996 Geneva, Switzerland
CG International '96,
24-28 June 1996 Pohang, Korea
IEEE, Multimedia in Education, 3-5 July 1996 Melbourne, Australia
20-23 August 1996 London, UK
4-9 August 1996 New Orleans, USA
26-30 August 1996 Poitiers, France
11-14 December 1996 Hong Kong
More details about these conferences can be found at http://info.ox.ac.uk/eg-uk /diary/
For details of other multimedia related
conferences see: http://info.mcc.ac.uk/CGU /SIMA/conferences.html http://www.niss.ac.uk/news
If you don't have Web access, let me know which conferences
you are interested in and I will post details.
Here are some details of other mailbase lists which you may find useful.
To join a list send a message to
join listname your name as the only text
of the message, e.g. join lis-multimedia Fred Bloggs
maillist is designed to be a forum for discussion on multimedia
applications in libraries.
It will cover the software, hardware, platforms and equipment used, the
being developed, and user responses to the completed products.
cti-comp-mat is for the use of those interested in the teaching of
Multimedia and Authoring
Tools. The list was set up by the CTI Centre for Computing at the
University of Ulster to
provide an electronic forum where information can be exchanged. A World
Wide Web (WWW) site
has also been set up at:
ToolBook User Group - A forum for the transfer of practical skills
between both technical and non-technical users of the Asymetrix
system. It is a SIG of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) open
to both ALT
members and non-members. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
GUIDE is Authoring Software from OWL International, made available to the
Community under a CHEST Agreement. It was chosen to meet the needs of the
Initiative. The list is a forum for technical discussion on issues related
to Guide and will
not necessarily be read by CHEST.
For information about the Microcosm
hypermedia system made available to the HE/FE Community under a CHEST Site
with MLS Technology. The list is for technical discussion and should not
be used to report
problems as it will not necessarily be read by CHEST or MLS Technology.
This list is intended as an information dissemination and discussion point
for the Scholar's
Workstation Project. The aim of the project is to provide a single,
environment for academics utilising the power and flexibility of the WWW.
Hyperjournal-forum is concerned with all aspects of the production of
especially those publishing in a hypermedia format using the WWW.
SIMA Multimedia Support Officer
Computer Graphics Unit
University of Manchester
Tel: +44 161 275 6803
Fax: +44 161 275 6040