[Air-l] C&T program announced, registration open

Charles Steinfield steinfie at msu.edu
Fri Feb 9 19:47:29 PST 2007

Dear colleagues,
We are pleased to announce that the Communities and Technologies 2007  
conference program is now posted, and the conference registration  
system is now open.

The conference includes 13 workshops on topics ranging from  
communities of practice in work settings, healthcare communities and  
technology, online social networks, digital cities, community  
informatics, research communities and technology, business  
communities, and techniques for visualizing and analyzing community  
data. The full list of workshops can be viewed at:

Thirty competitively selected papers are organized into 10 sessions,  
with contributions from scholars worldwide.  In addition, two panels  
are planned: one examining ICT use in everyday life, and a second  
exploring ethical issues raised by analyses of online communities.

Three keynote sessions are featured, including Judith Donath,  
Director of the MIT Media Lab's Sociable Media Group, Rob Malda and  
Jeff Bates, the co-founders of Slashdot, and Marc Smith, Director of  
Microsoft's Community Technologies Group.

A number of social events are planned as well to help strengthen the  
C&T research community.

Please join us in East Lansing from June 28-30 for what is shaping up  
to be an excellent forum for sharing the latest research on  
communities and technologies.

With best regards,
Charles Steinfield, Brian Pentland, Mark Ackerman, and Noshir Contractor
Conference Organizers
Third International Conference on Communities and Technologies
Michigan State University

conference email: cct2007 at msu.edu
conference website: http://ebusiness.tc.msu.edu/cct2007/

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