After the very successful 2000 PNC in Berkeley and Stanford, California, 2001 PNC will be held in the dynamic city of Hong Kong on 15-20 January 2001.The Pacific Neighborhood Consortium (PNC) is formed by institutions of higher education on the Pacific Rim. It explores issues of information and technology exchange, interdisciplinary collaboration, and use of technology for cultural studies. The goal is the development of information sharing and exchange to a level that will allow participants to regard themselves not as organizations separated by vast distances, but as residents of a virtual neighborhood.
Topics of the 2001 Conference will include Historical Maps and Manuscripts, Geographic Information Systems, Scholarly Communications and Information Services, Digital Libraries and Archives, Linguistics and Language Information Sciences, and other areas in cultural studies.
2001 PNC will be hosted by City University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology Library, along with Academia Sinica in Taipei, Taiwan, and the California Digital Library.
Who Should Attend
City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong.A venue directory and floor plans are available.
Program details are available , and on the PNC web site.Social programs and tours.
HKUST Library will be offering a pre-conference workshop on 16 January 2001 (Designing Online Tutorials with WebCT).
Conference and General Information.Visit the PNC web site or contact the Conference Secretariat (e-mail: PNC2001@ust.hk, fax: 852-2358-1043, phone: 852-2358-6707).
Please complete the online registration form at the PNC web site
|Advance Registration||NT$ 2,000 / US$ 65 / HK$ 500|
|1-Day Registration||HK$ 250 (available on-site only)|
Fee includes a Welcoming Reception and Chinese Opera (Kun Ju), Conference Banquet, and luncheons.PNC Institutional Members may have up to 4 free registrations.
last modified 06 December 2016