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CFP2: Content Architecture - ISKO UK conference, London, 22-23 June 2009

From: Aida Slavic <aida@acorweb.net>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 12:44:35 +0100
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====== SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS ======

CONTENT ARCHITECTURE: EXPLOITING AND MANAGING DIVERSE RESOURCES
London, 22-23 June 2009

Biennial Conference of the British Chapter of the International Society
for Knowledge Organization (ISKO UK)

The ISKO UK 2009 conference "Content Architecture: Exploiting and
Managing Diverse Resources" will address issues in the organization and
integration of text, images, data and voice - multimedia and
multilingual.

Among the highlights will be keynote addresses from Clifford Lynch, Director of 
the Coalition for Networked Information, and Professor David Crystal, the 
renowned author, linguist and broadcaster.

A wide spectrum of contributors from across the knowledge organization
sector will follow, ensuring ample cross-fertilization of ideas.
Networking will be central, in more than one way.

Over the past year ISKO UK (http://www.iskouk.org/) has attracted large
and lively audiences of content and information architects, website
developers, knowledge engineers, information managers and many others to
its afternoon meeting series (http://www.iskouk.org/events.htm). The
conference aims to extend this wide audience to ensure that all aspects
of knowledge organization are represented.

THEMES of the 2009 Conference include:
    semantic interoperability across networked resources
    metadata models and architecture
    retrieval of still and/or moving images
    audio retrieval
    user enhancement (via tagging, feedback, etc.) of content
    multilingual access to mixed resources
    integrated combinations of media and/or content types
    innovative applications for semantic analysis

PAPERS ON THE CONFERENCE THEMES ARE INVITED from the academic and
practitioner communities and may present research, case studies or even
success stories! Contributions may be full length (5-10,000 words) or
brief (2-4,000 words). Proposals for posters may be submitted too. Full
presentations will be allowed 40 minutes, including at least 5 minutes
for questions, while brief presentations should occupy a total of 20
minutes. As well as being available online to coincide with the
Conference, the Proceedings will be published afterwards in a leading
peer-reviewed journal.

SUBMISSION: To read more about the conference and to submit your
abstract, go to the conference website
http://www.iskouk.org/conf2009/index.htm.

IMPORTANT DATES:
Submission of Abstracts:    1 December 2008
Notification of acceptance:    1 February 2009
Submission of full papers:    1 May 2009

CONTACT: conference2009@iskouk.org

ABOUT THE ORGANIZER: ISKO UK is a not-for-profit scientific/professional
association with the objective of promoting research and communication
in the domain of knowledge organization, within the broad field of
information science and related disciplines. The conference organizing
team is closely supported by leading thinkers and practitioners in the
knowledge organization arena.

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