[Asis-l] iConference 2011 -- Registration Now Open

Jacek Gwizdka asis at gwizdka.com
Thu Nov 4 16:03:58 EDT 2010

iConference 2011: Early-bird registration available through Dec. 14, 2010
8-11 February, 2011, Seattle, USA


Register today for the iConference:

  Sixth annual iConference
  February 8-11, 2011
  Renaissance Hotel
  Seattle, Washington

peer-reviewed papers -- posters -- alternative events -- Doctoral Student
Colloquium -- Junior Faculty & Postdoc Colloquium

The iConference is presented by the iSchools, an association of 28 academic
institutions spanning eight countries worldwide dedicated to advancing the
information field in the 21st century.

Why attend the iConference? Here are three great reasons:

1. Quality and breadth of research--we received a record number of
submissions in response to our call for participation, making this year’s
reviews our most selective ever. With presentations spanning design,
e-learning, health, knowledge organization, open access, social media, and
more, you’re sure to experience much that pertains to your area of

2. Unparalleled networking opportunities--the iConference draws fellow
professionals who share your passion and research interests. It’s a dynamic
experience that fosters interaction, spontaneity, reflection, and forward

3. It's fun--this year's venue was selected for its first class conference
amenities, not to mention breathtaking views of downtown Seattle and Puget
Sound. The city’s many attractions are all in easy walking distance. Our
opening reception will be held amidst the stunning architecture of Seattle's
award-winning library.

Want more? Visit our website for additional details, including a complete
conference agenda. http://www.ischools.org/iConference11/2011index/

iConference 2011 is hosted by the University of Washington Information
School. Presenting Sponsors include the National Science Foundation,
Microsoft Research, Intelius, and Serials Solutions. Additional support
provided by Washington Research Foundation, WebJunction, the Seattle Public
Library, and the University of Washington Libraries.

Jacek Gwizdka, PhD

Assistant Professor
Department of Library and Information Science
School of Communication and Information
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
+1 732 932 7500 x 8236
4 Huntington St., New Brunswick, NJ 08901, USA
http://jsg.tel <http://jsg.tel/>
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