Some thank yous.
Few things of substance are accomplished without the cooperation of others. This workshop is no exception. First I would would like to acknowledge Mark Beatty and the people of the LITA Regional Institute. It was these folks' ideas that got the the whole thing started.
Thank you to Jacqueline Zelman and Sulaiman Paperwalla of Florida International University, the hosts of the second "Making Waves" workshop.
Thank you to Berna Heyman and the College of William & Mary who graciously hosted the first workshop.
Of course none of this wouldn't have happened without team LITA and specifically Jacqueline Mundell and Elizabeth Cooper.
Linda Van De Zande, who knows very litte about HTML, inspired the layout for the workshop's handouts. David Cherry, a childhood friend, is the artist whose illustrations grace the handouts and provide comic relief.
Thank you goes to Nathan Turajski of Connectix who sponsored the "virtual" attendence of Roy Tennant and Jean Armour Polly through the gift of digital cameras during the very first workshop in Williamsburg.
Last, but certainly not least, I would like to thank my wife, Mary Grey, who has been patient above and beyond the call of duty while I slavishly type away night after night after night...
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