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The Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference

The conference will start with a day of tutorials and workshops, followed by a three-day technical programme and finishing with a "Developers Day." The technical programme will include refereed paper presentations, alternate track presentations, plenary sessions, panels and poster sessions. Developers Day will be devoted to in-depth technical sessions designed specifically for Web developers.

The education track of the conference will cover:

- Development process, identification, reuse and granularity issues and business models for the exchange of learning objects.
- Agents and learning objects.
- Metadata specifications and standards for learning objects.
- Integrating (Web-based) multimedia in educational applications.
- (On-line) adaptation to learner's knowledge, goals, interest and learning style.
- Social, cultural and multilingual issues in Web-based learning.
- Case studies in the implementation and use of educational applications in a Web-based environment.
- Authoring of Web-based learning material.

Tutorials that may be of interest include:

- SMIL 2.0 - Interactive Multimedia on the Web.
- Adaptive Web-based Systems: Technologies and Examples.

Date: from 19 May, 2003 to 23 May, 2003
Venue: Budapest, Hungary
Event website: http://www2003.org/
Contact email: info@www2003.org

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