Demonstration areas include campus gophers, the Institutional File System (IFS), resources on the Internet and how to get to them, the X.500 directory service, reading USENET news on campus, and how to reach genetics databases via the Internet.
In addition to the demonstrations, seating for up to 50 persons is available at the Solution Stationa series of mini-courses that will be held hourly begining at 9 a.m. The 45-minute courses will cover topics that parallel the demonstrationsexploring the Internet, introduction to gophers, using bulletin board systems and collaborating with colleagues at other universities.
InfoQuest is open to anyone interested in learning more about getting information from electronic sources both inside and outside the University.
The fair is sponsored by the Information Technology Division, Apple Computers, IBM and Borders Book Shop.