by Jack Kessler, firstname.lastname@example.org
March 15, 2010 issue. This file presents an archive copy of the issue of the FYI France ejournal, ISSN 1071-5916, which was distributed via email on March 15, 2010.
Versions of the following have appeared online regularly, since 1992, as a feature of the FYI France ejournal, ISSN 1071-5916, which is distributed for free via email every month except August. Ejournal subscriptions may be obtained via email request to: email@example.com
Here this file is one of a number made available -- hopefully attractively, all in one place, and relevant to libraries and online digital information work in France and Europe -- as part of FYI France (sm)(tm), an online service to which anyone can subscribe for 12 months by postal mailing a check for US $45, payable to Jack Kessler, to PO Box 460668, San Francisco, California, USA 94146 (site licenses also are available): please write your email address on the front of your check. And you can pay via PayPal, on the FYI France homepage:
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One way to broaden & deepen modern interface design, data-mining, user studies, is to look at how they've been done before. Printed books did all these things -- manuscripts did them too -- the idea that "users" might need help in finding and going through "texts" is not new.
In Lyon the Institut d'Histoire du Livre offers classes in these subjects. Again this year they provide excellent reasons / excuses for taking some time this summer in Lyon --
For the eighth edition of its Book History Workshop, organised in collaboration with the Rare Book School (University of Virginia), the Lyon-based Institut d'histoire du livre is offering four advanced courses in the fields of book and printing history.
Courses on offer this year are:
The Book History Workshop is aimed at book and printing historians and at the many other specialists who encounter questions related to book and printing history in the course of their work: researchers, teachers, archivists, librarians, museum curators, antiquarian booksellers, collectors, designers, etc.
The four-day courses offered by the Institut d'histoire du livre cover various aspects of the history of the book and graphic communications. Subjects are dealt with from both theoretical and practical points of view through illustrated lectures, discussions and close study of original documents. The courses make abundant use of the collections of Lyon City Library, Museum of Printing and City Archives.
The courses will take place in Lyon from the 31 August to the 3 September 2010. Classes will be held at the École normale supérieure de Lyon with sessions at the Lyon City Library, the Printing Museum and the City Archives.
Tuition fee: 490 euros (mid-day meals included).
In order to facilitate access to collections of original documents, the number of participants is limited to twelve per class.
Full details of the courses and registration can be found at:
Anna Germeyan email@example.com
Institut d'histoire du livre / Lyon Printing Museum
13 rue de la Poulaillerie
69002 Lyon France
Just a couple of TGV-hours from Paris -- although Lyon itself is "worth a journey", too!
Jack Kessler, firstname.lastname@example.org
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