[Air-l] FW: Registrations still open for CIRN conference 29 Sept 1 Oct.

Michael Gurstein mgurst at vcn.bc.ca
Tue Sep 14 13:45:50 PDT 2004

-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Stillman [mailto:larrys01 at optusnet.com.au] 
Sent: September 15, 2004 3:49 AM
To: communityinformatics at vancouvercommunity.net; cirn-admin;
gcnp at globalcn.tc.ca; ci-text at vancouvercommunity.net; cirn-m; cirn-m
Subject: Registrations still open for CIRN conference 29 Sept 1 Oct.

Dear colleague,  the detailed program for the rich and diverse program
the Community Informatics Research Network Conference and 
Colloquium, 'Sustainability and Community Technology: What Does this
for Community Informatics?'  in Prato (near Florence ) Italy 29 Sept - 1

Oct is now online.

'Sustainability' has been identified as a key and controversial issue in

community networking, and the purpose of the conference is to explore
its dimensions, resulting in a communique developed through plenary 
sessions, as well as the development of further activities of the CIRN

There will also be opportunities for networking and social events in a 
beautiful small Tuscan city, close to Florence. In addition to keynotes,

there are nearly  40 talks about projects and research  from around the 
world, workshops, and a PhD colloquium.

See http://www.ciresearch.net/conferences/schedule.php?cf=4 for the 
schedule (subject to amendments) and 
http://www.ciresearch.net/conferences/registration.php?cf=4 for 
registration information.

Please don't miss this great opportunity to meet practitioners and 
researchers from around the globe, in a convivial 
atmosphere.  Registrations are from EU125 and up.  A listing of  local 
hotels and travel information is also on the website.

Please circulate this notice to colleagues.

This conference has been generously sponsored by Claremont Graduate 
University, National Research Council Canada - Institute for Information

Technology, Queensland University of Technology, Victoria University of 
Wellington, Centre for Community Networking Research, Monash University,

Intel and The Canadian Research Alliance For Community Innovation And 
Networking (CRACIN).

Larry Stillman
Centre for Community Networking Research, Monash 
University  www.ccnr.net   www.webstylus.net
  03 9903 1801 fax 9903 2564  

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