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>Date: Fri, 06 Aug 2004 15:25:35 -0400
>From: Christine Manninen <manninen@glc.org>
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>Subject: RDX 2004: Great Lakes Regional Data Exchange Conference -- Register
>  Now!!
>
>
>GLIN E-mail List Managers:
>
>Please share this announcement with your list members and colleagues.
>This conference is being organized by the Great Lakes Commission (which
>manages GLIN) and offers a wide array of training, promotion and
>networking opportunities. Internet security and SPAM control are just
>some of the many topics that will interest you!
>
>If your organization would like to participate in the events as a
>presenter, exhibitor or sponsor, please contact Kevin Yam (kyam@glc.org,
>734-971-9135) or myself.
>
>Thanks very much for your support! I hope to see many of you in Detroit
>Oct. 26-28, 2004.
>
>Sincerely,
>Christine Manninen
>GLIN Webmaster: www.great-lakes.net
>Great Lakes Commission
>Ann Arbor, Mich.
>
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>Abstract Submission and Registration DEADLINES APPROACHING!
>
>RDX 2004: Great Lakes Regional Data Exchange Conference
>October 26-28, 2004
>Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center
>http://rdx.glc.org
>
>Call for Presentations: http://rdx.glc.org/present.html  - Abstract
>submission deadline: August 16, 2004
>
>Register Online: https://www.glc.org/rdx/register.html  - Early registration
>discount deadline: August 30, 2004
>
>
>PRESENTATIONS
>We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Regional Data Exchange
>(RDX) 2004 Conference! Share your successes, research, theories and visions
>for more effective and efficient regional data exchange with your colleagues
>in other state/provincial, federal, academic and non-profit organizations.
>Please see http://rdx.glc.org/present.html for details.
>
>The conference will include several breakout sessions with opportunities for
>participants to present papers. You must submit online or by email a brief
>description of your presentation proposal by August 16, 2004, to be
>considered as a presenter. Presentations will be a maximum of 20 minutes in
>length and will take place October 27-28. The Program Committee invites you
>to submit abstracts for one or more of the following presentation
>categories:
>
>* Binational consistency in data acquisition analysis and availability
>
>* Case Studies: Great Lakes environment and economy
>
>* Data exchange, standards and policy issues
>
>* Decision support systems
>
>* Distributed IS/IT, web mapping applications/technologies
>
>* Ecosystem monitoring and observing systems
>
>* Federal, state and provincial web portals
>
>* Regional education and information clearinghouses
>
>
>TRAINING SEMINARS - October 26 (advance registration required)
>Series I, 8:30 a.m. - noon
>• Flash design and development
>• Solutions to web mapping [1]
>• Wireless technologies
>• XML and metadata
>
>Series II, 1 - 4:30 p.m.
>• “Great Lakes Internet Backbone”: Internet2 and E-learning
>• Solutions to web mapping [2]
>• Web and video tele-conferencing
>• Internet security and SPAM control
>
>One seminar is $75 U.S. ($100 CA), or two for $125 U.S. ($165 CA). You
>may select one seminar from each series.
>
>
>REGISTRATION
>The early registration fee is $150 U.S. now, or $200 U.S. starting September
>01, 2004. Your registration fee covers all meeting materials, one reception,
>one lunch and all breaks. Register online at
>https://www.glc.org/rdx/register.html
>
>
>EXHIBITORS
>Exhibiting is another great way to participate in RDX 2004! As an exhibitor,
>you have a unique opportunity to market your products and services to a
>captive audience that is looking at Internet-based and GIS technologies to
>enhance data sharing. Spaces include booth materials, electrical and
>Internet connections and at least two registration fees. Booth sizes start
>at 8'x10'. You can download the Exhibitors' Prospectus at
>http://rdx.glc.org/pdf/exhibitinfo.pdf, or find out more information at
>http://rdx.glc.org/exhibit.html
>
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>
>RDX 2004 is sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Great
>Lakes
>Commission, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Army
>Corps of
>Engineers, ASPRS Western & Eastern Great Lakes Regions, and the
>International Joint Commission.
>
>
>
>

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