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Annual Meeting History in the New Millennium April 24-25, 1998 University of Cincinnati CONFERENCE SCHEDULE AND REGISTRATION MATERIALS. The Annual Meeting of the American Association for History and Computing will bring together professionals from a wide range of history-related areas to discuss the potential and problems presented by computer technology. The theme of this year's conference is "History in the New Millennium." All those interested in history and computers, including university and college faculty, K-12 teachers, librarians, publishers, students, and all other history professionals are encouraged to participate. Schedule Friday, April 24 8:30-9:30 Registration 9:30-11:00 Keynote Address: "Copyright and Fair Use in the Electronic Age" Page Putnam Miller, NCC 11:00-1:00 Lunch 1:00-3:00 Panel Sessions 1 -Computers and Interactive Teaching -Interactive Investigation and the History Laboratory -Preserving and Managing Historical Records in the Electronic Age -Document Projects and the Internet 3:00-4:30 Round Table Sessions -Planning Strategies for Information Technology -The Future of Historical Journals In the New Millennium -Oral History on the Web -Academic Historians and the WWW 5:30-7:30 Dinner Social 7:30-9:00 Hospitality Suite Saturday, April 25 8:00-9:30 AAHC Business Meeting Breakfast 9:30-11:30 Panel Sessions 2 -Technology in the K12 Classroom -Evaluating Software for Web-Based Instruction -Historians in Hyperspace 12:00-1:30 Keynote Address "Instruction Technology-The View from Industry" 1:30-2:30 Demonstration Sessions -The New Deal Network -Creating A Primary Source CD -The American Civil War Research Database -The Louisiana Standing Structures Project 2:30-4:30 Panel Sessions 3 -Teaching with Technology -On-Line Local History -Libraries, Technology, and the Future Hotel Accommodations A block of rooms has been reserved for conference participants at the: Vernon Manor Hotel 400 Oak Cincinnati, OH 45219 (513) 281-3300 Prices are $70.00 miniqueen, $83.00 single, $93.00 double. Handicap accessible rooms available upon request. Please contact the hotel directly, and state your affiliation with the American Association for History and Computing Annual Meeting. Registration Form Please complete and return with a check or money order made payable to the AAHC. Name: Affiliation: Address: City State Zip Email Advanced Registration Fee $40 $ <underline> </underline> ($50 after April 4) Emeriti and Student Registration $20 $ Saturday Luncheon $10$ <underline> </underline> Please select one: Chicken Roulades with Spinach <underline> </underline> Yankee Pot Roast <underline> </underline> Chef Salad <underline> </underline> Special Dietary Requirements <underline> </underline> Saturday AAHC Business Breakfast $10$ <underline> </underline> Total enclosed$ <underline> </underline> Note: Remember to make room reservations with the Vernon Manor Hotel at least one month in advance to receive the conference discount. Please mail to: Dennis Trinkle AAHC Department of History DePauw University Greencastle, IN 46135 Questions and Comments? Call: (765) 658-4594 Email: Dtrinkle@DePauw.edu Fax: (765) 658-4856 American Association for History and Computing Department of History DePauw University Greencastle, IN 46135