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Dear Friends of Mastering the Maze:

The Mastering the Maze Program Committee invites you to attend a track
meeting on Friday, December 7, 2001 in Marsh Lounge in Billings to gather
ideas and names of potential presenters for Maze Day 2002 (Thursday, March
21, 2002).  The Computing Track will meet from 2:00pm-3:00pm.  If you are
unable to attend this meeting,  please ask a co-worker to attend for you.
As well, if you know of anyone that should be included and their name is
missing from the above list, please forward this invitation to them.

Track meetings are a great way to generate enthusiasm, reinforce the
importance of the Maze as a learning tool, and provide an opportunity to
exchange ideas with colleagues.  The Program Committee’s goal for the track
meetings is to confirm workshop topics in each of the tracks (General,
Supervisory, Financial, Computing and Human Resources). At the end of this
message you will find a listing of topics offered in the Computing Track at
last year’s Maze and suggested topics for the coming Maze. Items on the
track meeting agenda include:

1.      Discussion of this year’s theme-how it can be incorporated into
workshop presentations
2.      Opportunity to learn about the Presenter’s Workshop and Power Point
Training
3.      Opportunity for attendees to exchange ideas

Your Computing Track  representatives are:

        Aleta Sweeney, Human Resources, 6-3478, [log in to unmask]
        Patty Redmond, MPA Program, 6-4464, [log in to unmask]

PLEASE let one of the track representatives know if you can attend.
Refreshments will  be provided.

Thank you in advance for your time and assistance. We look forward to
seeing you at Track Meetings on December 7th.

Aleta Sweeney and Patty Redmond
Co-Chairs, Maze 2002 Program Committee
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TOPICS OFFERED-MAZE 2001

Announcing Your Important Activities on the Campus Calendar
Equipment R'us-A Guide to Instrumentation and Technical Services
Finding Buried Treasure at the Bailey/Howe Library
Health Information Resources for the Consumer
Making the Web Work For You
Network Essentials-How Everything Works Together
The "New" UVM Web Demystified: Finding Your Way Around Our New Web Site
Using the Library to Work Smarter
UVM Web Design Made Easy: Applying the UVM Template to Your Web Site
What Can Zoo Do For You?


SUGGESTED TOPICS--MAZE 2002

BANNER
Computer Graphics
Desktop Publishing
Fletcher Allen Computing Network

Aleta Sweeney, Administrative Assistant
University of Vermont
Human Resources
230 Waterman Building
85 So. Prospect Street
Burlington, VT 05405
Tel:(802)656-4490  Fax:(802)656-3476