[Neasis-l] ASIS&T AM 06 Program now on the web

Richard Hill rhill at asis.org
Thu Jul 20 15:29:59 EDT 2006

Information Realities: Shaping the Digital Future for All 
November 3-8, 2006 
Hilton Austin, Austin, Texas


* Albert-László Barabási.  Author of Linked: The New Science of Networks (Perseus, Cambridge, MA, 2002) and co-author of The Structure and Dynamics of Networks (Princeton University Press, 2006 in press).
* Susan Dumais.  Susan Dumais is a Senior Researcher in the Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group at Microsoft Research where she works on algorithms and interfaces for improved information access and management.

OVER 60 contributed papers and 40 cutting edge panels.

FRIDAY, Nov. 3
- Introduction to Ontology Design Using Topic Maps and RDF/OWL
- Shaping Things to Come - DASER Summit III and Tri Society Symposium
- Hands On Taxonomies - an Introduction to Creation and Maintenance of Controlled Vocabularies

- SIG CR 16th Annual Classification Research Workshop: Social Classification: Panacea or Pandora?
- Thesaurus to Ontology - What Does it Take to Make the Switch?  Advanced Taxonomy Course 
- Symposia: Interrogating the Social Realities of Information and Communications Systems (SIG SI)
- Making Information Work. Bob Boiko 
- Doing Ethnography: Examining ICT Use in Context (SIG SI)
- SIG USE 6th Annual Research Symposium
- Blogs and Wikis for Conference Communications: How Useful Are They? (SIGs BWP & DL)

SUNDAY, Nov. 5
- Personal Information Management, William Jones
- SIG HCI Research Symposium

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