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Messaggioda alepuzio » gio 10 mar 2005, 13:38

giro una mail di Andrea Trentini: che si fa?

****** CALL FOR PAPERS ******
Open Culture: accessing and sharing Knowledge,
Scholarly Production and Education in the Digital Age

Università di Milano, Italy
June 27 - 29, 2005

Submission deadline April 15

(full details on the C4P can be found at
http://openculture.org/milan-2005)

Within the freely accessible Internet-based digital infrastructure, new
communities are forming and growing whose aim is to seek innovation in
the
process of knowledge building, exchanging, re-assembling and
delivering. While
those involved in those creative activities are prompted by various
motivations, a common belief is often shared that knowledge cannot be
considered an exclusive property of those who discovered it. Benefits
will
follow, in terms of feedback from peers and on the financial side as
well, by
spreading out results, under the least restrictions as possible, while
invoking
international law to protect authorship rights. Among the many fields
involved,
special relevance is given to the broadly scientific and educational
areas due
to their impact on society as a whole. Here, within the new
collaborative
knowledge creation and sharing framework two main components can be
identified:

* the open source inspired way to broaden the educational community
through
the developing and sharing of learning content (`open content
development');

* the open access model, the meeting point of a number of
disciplines and
approaches, information retrieval, library and information
sciences
management, knowledge management.

The conference offers a forum for scholarly discussion about the role
and
future of open culture for knowledge sharing.

Topics of interest

* Re-using and creating new Open * Architectural Approaches to
Knowledge fostering shared Research and Open
* The legal Framework and the Learning Infrastructures
Rights of the Author * Social Dynamics involved in
* Evolving Content Business Models Educational and Research
* Quality of Content and Quality Networking
Validation * Learning Designs and Pedagogy for
* Interoperability and Integration Open Content.

Submissions

Submissions are invited for research papers, unpublished or submitted
elsewhere, that address the conference objectives. Submissions should
be sent
to the Program Committee Chair at http://openculture.org/milan-2005 by
15 April
2005. Notification of acceptance will be sent by May 10th while camera
ready
papers are expected by May 25th. Papers must be submitted as PDF files
(two
columns, 10pt font) and must not exceed eight pages in length
(including
figures, tables and references) or about 10000 characters. Papers
submitted
must also include a title, the name and affiliation of each author, an
abstract
of up to 150 words, and no more than eight keywords. All papers
submitted to
the conference will be reviewed by committee members. Notifications
regarding
the program committee's paper reviews, including acceptance verdict,
will be
distributed by one organizing committee member to the first author of a
particular contribution. At least one of the authors of accepted
contributions
should attend and present the paper at the conference
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>>> HackMetting 2005 dal 26 Giugno...

Messaggioda Zee » gio 10 mar 2005, 14:02

Io sono a Napoli a fine Giugno
"il Vento"
Volare senza sentire freddo.
Zee
 
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Messaggioda se » gio 17 mar 2005, 11:26

l'hack-it a quanto pare sarà il 10-11-12 giugno. dal 20 al 26 giugno invece tenetevi liberi! (news coming soon...) :D
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