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                        Deadline:  April 1st

                        W e b N e t  2001

              World Conference on the WWW and Internet

           October 23-27, 2001  *  Orlando, Florida, USA
               Holiday Inn International Drive Resort

                        CALL FOR PANELS

                           Organized by
AACE-Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
         in cooperation WWW/Internet businesses & industry

                           Sponsored by
The WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues


Dear Colleagues,

I would like to invite you to organize a panel at WebNet'2001 conference.

The WebNet Conference -- World Conference on the WWW and Internet is an
innovative collaboration between the top international academic and
corporate laboratory researchers, developers, education and business
professionals, and end users.

WebNet 2001 is organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in
Education (AACE) and sponsored by the WebNet Journal: Internet
Technologies, Applications & Issues. This annual conference serves as a
multi-disciplinary forum for the exchange of information on research,
development, and applications of all topics
related to the Web. This encompasses the use, applications and societal and
legal aspects of the Internet in its broadest sense.

A panel offers an opportunity for 3-5 people (including the chair) to
present their views or results on a common theme, issue, or question.
Panels should cover timely topics related to the conference areas of
interest. Panel selection will be based on the importance,
originality, focus and timeliness of the topic; expertise of proposed
panelists; as well as the potential for informative (and even
controversial) discussion. A panel summary and position statements
will be included in the proceedings. Panels must allot at least 50%
of the time for interaction and discussion with the audience. Panel
proposals must include:

- a description of the panel topic, including why this topic is
important to WebNet Conference attendees; 2-3 pages, 1250-1875 words.
- a brief position statement and qualifications of each panelist;
between 2 and 3 pages

For Submission information, connect to:
All authors MUST complete the Web form at:


** New this year: Corporate Strand of Presentations **

1. Commercial, Business, Professional, and Community Applications
        Application Development Tools
        Business/Corporate Evolving Web Uses
        Collaborative Work and Environments
        Electronic Commerce
        Financial Services, Web-Based
        Industrial Products and Services Support
        Integration of Web Applications and Web Services
        Marketing and Sales on the Web
        Medical Applications
        New Web Applications

2. Educational Applications
        Authoring Tools
        Collaborative Learning and Environments
        Courseware Development
        Didactic Issues for Web Presentation
        Distance Education
        Educational Multimedia
        Network-Based Learning and Environments
        Teaching, Learning, Pedagogical Issues
        Web Based Training

3. General Web Tools and Facilities
        Browsing and Navigation Tools
        Java Technology and Applications
        Search Engines
        Web Page Design Tools
        Web Site Tools

4. Societal Issues, Including Legal, Standards, and International Issues
        Country Specific Developments
        Ethical Aspects
        International Issues and Developments
        Legal Issues
        Multilinguality Provisions
        Public Service Networks
        Security and Privacy
        Social and Cultural Issues

5. Ergonomic, Interface, and Cognitive Issues
        Adaptive Systems
        Computer-Human Interface
        Interaction and Feedback
        Psychology of Web Use
        Overcoming Human Disabilities
        Sensory-Effectory Technology

6. Electronic Publishing and Digital Libraries
        Digital Libraries
        Digital Museums
        Electronic Publishing: Tools, Design, Issues

7. Personal Applications and Environments
        Browsing and Navigation Issues
        Customizing and Personalizing the Web
        Indexing Techniques and Personal Information Organization
        Software Agents
        The Web as Discussion Forum

8. Web Technical Facilities
        Advances in Networked Multimedia
        Data and Link Management
        Databases and the Web
        Future Issues in Web Technology
        Hardware and Software Technologies
        Net-Based Multi/Hypermedia
        Statistical Tools and User Tracking
        Virtual Reality
        Web Servers


To receive future WebNet 2001 announcements, please complete the electronic
form at

If you have a question about WebNet 2001, please send an e-mail to AACE
Conference Services, [log in to unmask]

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 3728
Norfolk, VA 23514 USA             E-Mail: [log in to unmask]
Voice: 757-623-7588             Fax: 703-997-8760