The third annual Hook, Line & Net '98 conference, runs from
August 18-20 this year in St. John's, Newfoundland. This year's theme is
Cybersteps: Pathways in a Digital World. The event is aimed at students,
teachers, and adults -- giving young people and adults a chance to learn
about technology together. The sessions will range from basic to advanced.
Young people and adults will be able to attend some sessions together --
at both the introductory and advanced levels. There will also be specific
workshops for teachers, which will help them integrate technology into
their classrooms. Other sessions will be geared towards a younger
audience, building on their earlier experiences with computers.
The topics are as varied as: basic and advanced web-page design,
animation, school intranets, graphics creation & manipulation,
networking, digital video and audio, and web-based courses.
The organizers of Hook, Line and Net '98 are bringing together a diverse
group of presenters, speakers, and workshop leaders for the event. They
will include students with computer expertise, teachers who use technology
in their classrooms, and leaders in the high-tech world.
Take a look at the Agenda.