DCRT Springs into New Term
DCRT is offering a record number of computer-related classes and seminars from now through the end of May. To receive a catalog or register, call 4-DCRT or visit http://wid.dcrt.nih.gov on the Web.
This spring's highlight is Web Information Day on May 28 in the Natcher Conference Center. It will feature keynote speaker Dr. Vinton Cerf, "father of the Internet," and lectures/demonstrations covering a wide range of Web-related topics including hot new tools, intranets, and biomedical sites. For more about this special event, free to all NIH'ers, see http://wid.dcrt.nih.gov.
DCRT's 1997 spring semester offers many more classes on the Web as well as seminars on:
Those who were wait-listed last semester for popular classes (Windows 95, Unix, Internet Explorer, PC Trouble Shooting) will be glad to know more sessions have been added to meet demand.
Students and their organizations are not charged for DCRT training because most instructors are volunteers from the division and other ICDs who generously share their expertise with others. If you would like to teach a class, call Leslie Barden, 4-3278.
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