[Air-L] SCHED* conference tool?
alex at halavais.net
Sun Oct 2 15:27:50 PDT 2011
Yes, very sorry. Did not realize that anyone would receive an email
before we were ready. We were experimenting with Sched, which some of
you may know from other conferences / festivals is a more socially
oriented conference scheduling system.
Please ignore any Sched messages--it was a trial that was not supposed
to go public yet.
On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 4:34 PM, Michael Zimmer <zimmerm at uwm.edu> wrote:
> Sorry for any confusion. Yes, this is a service being experimented with for providing online access to the program schedule for IR.12 in Seattle.
> I'll wait for Alex to come online to provide additional details.
> Michael Zimmer, PhD
> Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies
> Co-Director, Center for Information Policy Research
> University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
> e: zimmerm at uwm.edu
> w: www.michaelzimmer.org
> On Oct 2, 2011, at 3:13 PM, Nancy Baym wrote:
>> Like many of you I suspect, I received an email this morning from the "SCHED* team" encouraging me to sign in as a speaker at IR12. I am wondering if this is a service AoIR has officially connected with to help connect conference attendees or if they have just harvested the speaker list and are spamming us all. Some clarification would be appreciated.
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