Ms. Coyle has nearly 20 years experience developing computer systems
for libraries. She currently works at the University of California
California Digital Library. She is outspoken about the effects, both negative and positive, that electronic information is having on the social
role of libraries. Her book, "Coyle's Guide to the Information Highway," describes the effect on libraries of new developments in the areas of
privacy, public access, copyright, and privacy. Ms. Coyle is active in Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility. An essay on gender and
computing entitled: "How Hard Can it Be?" appeared in the Seal Press book "Wired Women: Gender and New Realities in Cyberspace" in 1996.
Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2001
Location: UCLA Faculty Center
5:30pm Networking & Social Hour
7:30pm Program -
Choice of Entree:
- Sauteed Chicken Monterey
- Penne Pasta with Tiger Shrimp
- Gorgonzola Tortelloni
Dessert/Coffee or tea
ASIS Members $25.00 RSVP BY: January 24, 2001
Directions to the UCLA Faculty Center:
The Faculty Center is located at 480 Charles Young Drive (formerly Circle Drive), Los Angeles, CA 90095. From the 405 freeway take the Sunset Blvd.
exit and go east. Turn right on Hilgard Avenue then turn right on Westholme (the second traffic light) and enter the UCLA campus. Go to the
parking and information kiosk to your right and ask for parking directions. The Faculty Center is the first building on your right. A day parking
pass is $6.00.
If you have registration questions, please contact Sally McCoy at email,
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone, 949-497-6227.
Reservations: Send this form and payment to be received by Jan. 24 to:
P.O. Box 5184,
Laguna Beach, CA 92652
or Register Online: www.lacasis.org
Make check Payable to: LACASIS
DAYTIME PHONE:_______________________ E-MAIL ADDRESS:_____________________
LACASIS MEMBER: Y N STUDENT: Y N
ENTRÉE: Chicken Fish
Vegetarian AMOUNT ENCLOSED:_______________