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[lote-notes] Call to papers - Multilingual internet conference, 0ct 30-21, 2000

From: Andrew Cunningham <andrewc@mail.vicnet.net.au>
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 15:45:07 +1100
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>Dear Colleagues
>Multilingual internet conference, 0ct 30-21, 2000 - Call for Papers
>Please forward this notice to any people/lists you think my be interested in
>this proposed event to be held in Melbourne.
>Australia lays claim to being one of the world's most culturally diverse and
>multilingual countries. When it comes to the internet, how true is this
>claim of our local content and industry? This day is devoted to exploring
>what Australia has done so far, and what the possibilities might be.
>Papers and/or workshops (of up to 45 minutes duration) from academics
>(referred papers), developers, and information organisations (including
>libraries, government, and the private sector) are sought for presentation
>at the conference. All papers & presentations should be designed for
>non-specialist audiences, and connect theory and practice.
>Abstracts of up to 500 words should be sent to me directly for consideration
>by the committee.
>More preliminary conference information can be found at
>Larry Stillman
>Accessibility Training, Canberra
>03 9669 9710
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