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XML Summer School

July 22nd–27th - XML Summer School 2007

OxfordThe XML Summer School is a five-day residential event hosted by CSW which takes place at the University of Oxford, bringingXML Summer School together delegates from across the world to learn and gain practical experience of XML and related technologies.

Each year we assemble some of the world's most knowledgeable XML experts and our Chairs put together an innovative and exciting curriculum. As a delegate you can combine seminars from different tracks and thus tailor the programme to meet your specific needs. Teaching at Oxford is based on the tutorial system, where students can combine formal lectures with time spent in small groups, with tutors expert in their chosen subjects. The XML Summer School follows this model, and aims to provide delegates with a unique opportunity to sample the life of an undergraduate at Oxford University.

Accommodation in student rooms at Wadham College is included in the course fee for those attending the full XML Summer School or any of the two-day seminars such as the Hands-on Introduction to XML and XML in Healthcare. In addition, residential delegates benefit from the free social events such as discovering the delights of the historic colleges and museums, or punting down the River Cherwell. These events are an excellent opportunity to meet informally with the other speakers and delegates and share ideas and discuss topics of interest.

The XML Summer School gives delegates the opportunity to learn about XML and related technologies whilst experiencing student life at first hand, at one of the world’s greatest seats of learning. To find out more visit:

www.xmlsummerschool.com

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