CLSI, Inc., has announced the fourth in its series of technology forums addressing key issues and future trends in information science and management. The seminar, "Information Technology in the 1990s," is scheduled for the Midwinter conference of the American Library Association (ALA), January 8, 1990, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., in Chicago and will feature Nicholas Negroponte, noted futurist and Professor of Media Technology and Director of the Media Laboratory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Negroponte will discuss the direction technology will take in this century's last decade and its impact on the library community.
CLSI's forum is open to all conference attendees. For information about the exact location, stop by the CLSI booth.
[Contact: CLSI, Inc., 320 Nevada Street, Newtonville, MA 02160; (617) 965-6310.]