| Category: ||E-SSchool |
| Subject: ||Protege Short Course - March 27-30, 2007 - Stanford, California |
| From: ||Jennifer Vendetti |
| Email: ||vendetti_(on)_stanford.edu |
| Date received: ||13 Feb 2007 |
| Start date: ||27 Mar 2007 |
(Please accept our apologies for multiple postings and
re-distribute to those who may be interested)
Dear Protege Users,
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding another
edition of the Protege Short Course at Stanford University from
March 27th-30th, 2007.
The Protege Short Course provides an in-depth introduction to the
field of ontology development and engineering using Protege,
covering frame-based methodologies as well as Semantic Web
technologies based on OWL. The course is especially geared toward
beginner or intermediate developers and project managers, but
everyone is welcome to register.
The course is organized as a four-day interactive tutorial
(Tuesday through Friday), with an optional pre-course session
(Monday the 26th) for beginners who need to get started with
Protege installation and orientation. The course is taught by
members of the Protege staff in facilities located on the
Stanford University campus. Time is allocated for "hands-on"
exercises in the form of participants developing their own
projects with help from Protege staff members. Enrollment is
limited in order to ensure optimal learning experiences.
For up-to-date information, including details about the course
syllabus and registration procedures, please visit the Protege
Short Course Web site at the following URL:
For any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact
the short course organizers:
We look forward to meeting some of you at the Protege Short
Course in March!
Best Regards, The Protege Team