The Advanced Information Technologies Lab sponsors its second annual AIT Faculty Seminar from May 20 through 24 in 202 Lincoln Hall. The focus of this year's seminar will be the use of the Internet and the World Wide Web for research and instruction. Faculty members who wish to participate in the seminar, which is limited to 20 participants, should submit a brief (no more than two-page) application, including a description of an instructional and/or research project involving advanced information technologies which they would like to undertake. Applications should be sent via electronic mail to email@example.com and received by March 25. Participants will be announced before the end of the second week in April. Participants will spend five full working days at the seminar. Each will receive a stipend of $500 to be deposited in the faculty member's departmental account. Participants are expected to provide a progress report on their projects during the fall semester, and also to share information on their projects through the workshops, presentations, and future faculty seminars of the AIT Lab. The seminars include formal presentations, project demonstrations and hands-on sessions. Presentations and demonstrations will be made by members of the AIT Group, the Software Development Group of NCSA, and faculty members in the humanities and social sciences with substantial experience with advanced information technologies in their research and instructional activities. Other than a familiarity with word processing and electronic mail, no prior knowledge of information technologies will be assumed. Instruction will take place exclusively on Macintosh computers, but information about software running on DOS, Windows and UNIX platforms will be included.