Conference on communities and technologies LO30332

From: Huysman, M.H. (Marleen) (mhuysman@feweb.vu.nl)
Date: 07/08/03


Apologies for possible cross posting

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION COMMUNITIES & TECHNOLOGIES (C&T 2003), Amsterdam
Center, 19 - 21 September 2003 see: www.feweb.vu.nl/C&T2003
<http://www.feweb.vu.nl/C&T2003>

KEYNOTES will be given by ETIENNE WENGER, CP Square, BARRY WELLMAN,
University of Toronto, PETER VAN DEN BESSELAAR, University of Amsterdam.
Participants can now also register for a two hours tutorial by LARRY
PRUSAK. Please check the website for the full program including the
selected papers that will be presented.

It is also possible to register in addition for one of the 12 selected
workshops. A workshop is an (often one-day) interactive seminar in which a
particular topic is discussed by a selected group of reseachers. For most
workshops, participation requires submission of an abstract (see deadlines
on the website). It is important to register soon for such a workshop as
there is limited enrolment. In case of registration for a workshop, the
early conference and workshop fee applies until August 15. Please check
the website for more information aobut the following 12 workshops:

The Role of Online Community Spaces in Shaping Virtual Community
Interactions, Quentin Jones New Jersey Institute of Technology USA,
Christine Halverson, IBM Research.

Ubiquitous and mobile computing for educational communities, Alessandra
Agostini, University of Milan and Monica Divitini, Norway.

Phase change in a community of practice, Various

Knowledge sharing in Distributed communities, Robert Verburg TU Delft,
Paul Kirschner, open university, Jan de Ridder, University of Amsterdam.

Digital cities as local information and communication infrastructures,
Peter van den Besselaar NIWI and Satoshi Koizumi, Japan Science and
Technology Corp.

Communities and development organizations, Sarah Cumming, Royal Tropical
Institute, et al.

Bridging the gap between research and practice, Telematics Institute The
Netherlands

Open source software movements and Communities, Magnus Bergquist and Jan
Ljungberg, Gothenburg University, Sweden

Community Informatics, A Crossroads for Researchers and Practitioners,
Michael Bieber, Michael Gurstein, New Jersey Institute of Technology,
Michel Menou, University of the City of London

ICT-Industrial communities, Tom Elfring, Peter Groenewegen, Wim Hulsink
and Yvette Taminiua Vrije Universiteit and Erasmus Univerity

Information & Communication Technology in rural communities ^^ is the
Net working? Sarah Skerratt & Martyn Warren University of Newcastle upon
Tyne

The ambiguous role of information and communication technology in regional
inter-firm clusters, Charles Steinfield, Brian Pentland, Michigan State
University.

CONFERENCE CHAIRS:
Marleen Huysman, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands,

Etienne Wenger, San Jose, USA,

Volker Wulf, University of Siegen and Fraunhofer FIT, Germany

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