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[protege-discussion] Protege-OWL Short Course, March 23-25, 2009, Stanford University
Cecil O. Lynch, MD, MS
clynch at surewest.net
Thu Dec 11 18:37:13 PST 2008
Please follow the links at the bottom of the page. These links provide all
of the information about the course.
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Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] Protege-OWL Short Course, March 23-25,
What is the duration, prposed start date and charges for the course ?
On 12/11/08, Jennifer Vendetti <vendetti at stanford.edu> wrote:s
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a Protege-OWL Short
Course at Stanford University from March 23rd-25th, 2009. The course
provides an introduction to ontology development in OWL, both from a
theoretical standpoint and from a practical standpoint through hands-on
use of the Protege platform. The course also emphasizes how to use OWL
ontologies, and other semantic technologies like SWRL, to build semantic
applications with examples from real-world use cases. More details
about course content , as well as a complete course schedule  are
The course is especially geared toward beginner and intermediate users
of Protege-OWL, but everyone is welcome to register. Online
registration is available on the course website .
The course will be taught by members of the Protege staff  and
enrollment is limited to ensure optimal learning experiences. We are
currently offering a 10% discount for groups of five or more people from
the same organization. Please contact the course organizers if you have
additional questions about the short course:
protege-shortcourse at lists.stanford.edu.
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