These schedule pages allow every visitor to search through the online program of the SICB 2001 meeting in Chicago.
SICB members whose data are in the online database can save the results of their searches into a personal schedule. The personal schedule works similar to last year with a few important changes:
- To access the personal schedule you have to log in. Trying to access the personal schedule view page will pop up a window asking you username/password combination. Your member-id is your username and the first part, left of the @, of your email address is your password. For example, John Doe, member-id 01234, email firstname.lastname@example.org, would type 01234 for username and john.doe for password. The system has all members which are in our online directory. If you have given the correct username/password combination, you will see your personal schedule. It is saved in a database field of the member directory and thus can be accessed from any computer. Your browser will remember your username/password even if you access other pages before coming back to the personal schedule. However, once you close the browser application, you will be asked to log in again next time you access the personal schedule. To keep your schedule private, it is recommended to always quit the browser application when finished, especially in shared computer settings, e.g. labs or libraries.
- On the search result page, all items are unchecked, regardless whether they are part of your personal schedule already or not. It does not make a difference if you save an item twice.
- To remove items, you have to check them in the red column of your personal schedule and use the remove button at the bottom.