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From: [log in to unmask] (Mark Conrad)
Subject: sgml courses
To: [log in to unmask] (Mark Conrad)
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November 4, 1994 11:26am MAIL IS -
FROM: Mark Conrad Private
TO: Mark Conrad
SUBJECT: SGML Courses
Several weeks ago I requested information about SGML courses offered
during the period 1 October 1994 and 30 September 1995.
I received a number of responses along with many requests to post the
results of my query to the list. Below is a brief summary of the courses.
I apologize for not posting this sooner. Thank you very much to all the
members of the list who sent me information.
Center for Electronic Records
National Archives (U.S.A.)
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Graphic Communications Association- phone:(703)519-8174
is offering four different SGML courses on 6 November 1995. The costs for
the full day and half day workshops range from $85-145 GCA will also be
offering SGML tutorials in Salt Lake City, Utah December 5-8, 1994 call
the above number for details.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Engineering
Professional Development offers several SGML related courses.
Contact Dick Vacca at [log in to unmask] or Tom Smith at [log in to unmask]
wisc.edu for information, complete course descriptions and registration
Building a Document Database with SGML $845
23-25 January 1995 or 19-21 June 1995
Creating Structured Documents $595
27-28 February 1995 or 15-16 June 1995
A number of people sent me messages suggesting that I contact the major
SGML software developers/vendors. They indicated that the
developers/vendors offer basic SGML training throughout the year.
One person suggested that I contact the SGML Open at
(412) 264-4258 or via e-mail at [log in to unmask] . I have not contacted
this organization, yet.