[Air-l] DOCAM '06 Call for proposals closing May 19 (May 21 will work too)

Niels Windfeld Lund Niels.Windfeld.Lund at hum.uit.no
Wed May 17 20:34:21 PDT 2006

Just an reminder about  Call for papers DOCAM

You have 2 days more to send proposals for DOCAM '06, The International Document Research Conference at Berkeley October 13-15 2006. Proposals received sunday May 21 at midnight San Francisco time, will be accepted as well. 

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Subject: DOCAM '06 October 13-15, 2006 Call for proposals 


October 13-15th, 2006
University of California, Berkeley School of Information
South Hall, Berkeley, California, U.S.A.

DOCAM ’06 is the fourth Annual meeting of the Document Academy, an international network of scholars, artists and professionals in various fields interested in the exploration of the document as a useful approach, concept and tool in Sciences, Arts, Business, and Society.
It is organized and co-sponsored by The Program of Documentation Studies, University of Tromso, Norway and School of Information, University of California, Berkeley.

We are delighted to announce that the key-note speaker this year will be Professor Geoffrey C. Bowker, Executive Director for the Center for Science, Technology and Society, Santa Clara University. Professor Bowker will give his Keynote Address at the end of the conference and comment on the core questions and challenges for document research in the future.

A preliminary program will be available online April 12 on the site of The Document Academy at http://thedocumentacademy.hum.uit.no/
The conference will run from Friday October 13, 9am, and end Sunday October 15 at noon. 

Scholars, developers, artists and practitioners working with document research and development are invited to submit proposals for full and short papers, ph.d.projectpresentations for plenary sessions or/and demonstrations and exhibits as soon as possible and not later than by May 19 2006

 PLEASE OBSERVE : In order to keep the open ended discussion atmosphere of previous DOCAMs  alive along with a growing number of participants, we have decided to have only plenary sessions and a relatively limited, but well selected number of presentations.

For more details about submission: 

Looking forward to your proposal !

Niels Windfeld Lund, Chair of The Document Academy
professor, Documentation Studies, University of Tromso, Norway
Currently Visiting Professor, Academic year 2005-06,
School of Information, University of California, Berkeley,
CA 94720-4600
mailto:Niels.Windfeld.Lund at hum.uit.no OR mailto:nwlund at sims.berkeley.edu

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