Monday, February 20, 2006

CFP: Information Online Conference 2007

CFP: Information Online Conference 2007
Conference Location: Darling Harbour (Sydney, Australia)
January 30 - February 1, 2007

How are you using some of the exciting new technologies, have you implemented a new system at work, have you faced some difficult challenges and won (or lost) and lived to tell the tale? - then we would like to hear from you. Share your trials and tribulations with your colleagues.

Call for Papers URL:

Links to previous conference (to see what has been presented in the past):

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From the Call for Papers:

Content streams will be based on the following topic areas:
1 Changing face of service delivery – including reference and new models of reference, desktop delivery, aggregators, outsourcing, off shoring, client management, collaboration, eReserves, what is being offered to the public, managing in both in a physical and virtual world

2 Content Management – including enterprise content management

3 Copyright & Digital Rights Management

4 E-learning & Information literacy – education for clients, online learning

5 Information Architecture – including folksonomies, intranets, mesh networks, location aware technologies, social software, portals, SOAs, taxonomies, web bridges, websites, extranets, metadata, useability and interoperability

6 Information Management – including digital asset management, branding, data mining, globalisation, information governance, sharing of resources, open access publishing, repositories, managing a hybrid collection, new trends and future directions

7 Information Metrics – including changing demographics, customising services for clients, measuring techniques, how to ensure quality & integrity, teaching end-users about quality/integrity, implementing quality initiatives, information audits, ROI on information services

8 Information Quality/Integrity – including digital preservation & curation, grey literature

9 Information Security including authentication, risk management

10 Knowledge Management – virtual communities

11 New Technologies – including Blackberry, BLOGS, converging of technologies, disruptive technologies, I Burst, MPS, PDA’s, P2P, podcasting, RFID, RSS, Satellite, Smart cards, SMS,
streaming, when to invest/when to ignore, VOIP, Wikis, XML

12 Professional Development – including marketing, negotiating, converging of professions, information, records,document & knowledge management, education, succession planning,
effective practices, competencies, publishing trends and models, skills shortage

13 Search Tools & Techniques – desktop search, federated search, single search interfaces, end-user training, cutting edge techniques, future of search