Call for Proposals: JA-SIG Presents "Higher Education Solutions: The Community Source Way"

Paul Zablosky Paul.Zablosky at ubc.ca
Wed Jan 30 18:01:23 UTC 2008


__*Higher Education Solutions:  The Community Source Way!*

April 28 – 30, 2008
St. Paul, MN, USA

Featuring…

/CAS/, /DSpace, Fedora, Fluid, Internet2, Kuali, Sakai, uPortal …and 
more!///

*Call for Proposals now open*
Deadline for submission of proposals: February 22, 2008

Conference site: http://www.ja-sig.org/conferences/08spring/index.html__


Dear Colleague:

The JA-SIG Spring 2008 Conference will be held at the end of April this 
year. We have extended invitations to our many colleagues in higher 
education community source to share in the event, and we're excited to 
present a first-time, jointly planned conference.  

Whatever your project affiliation, become an active part of this 
conference by submitting proposals for presentations, BOF (Birds Of a 
Feather) sessions, and Poster Sessions using the link at the bottom of 
this message.  Topics that span projects are particularly welcome!

We welcome your contributions in the following areas:

    * *Community Source Management/Governance:  *What are best practices
      for managing community source projects or their deployments on
      campus? For encouraging adoption? For gaining acceptance and
      campus buy-in? For engaging your community in the processes?
      Presentations for managers, team leaders, executives, planners and
      strategists.
    * *Design and Development:  *For developers, architects, UX
      designers, testers. Presentations for people who build community
      source products, use them as a development framework or want to
      learn more about doing so. These are technical topics, tips and
      techniques, how-to's.
    * *Deployment and Integration:  *Presentations for people who need
      to make applications work on campus: developers, content
      providers, team leaders, evangelists. In particular, we would like
      to highlight work that integrates community source projects within
      the enterprise infrastructure and with each other.
    * *Multiple Audiences:  *Presentations that span multiple projects
      or audience types. Community source project introductions and
      overviews.

Half-day Supplementary Seminars (already selected) will be held in the 
morning and afternoon on Sunday, April 27th as well as on Wednesday 
(April 30th) afternoon, presented by representatives from each of our 
partnering organizations. [See Details 
<http://www.ja-sig.org/conferences/08spring/seminars.html>].  A barCamp 
and UCamp will be held on Wednesday afternoon in the style of our recent 
"Unconference" – a great informal opportunity to network and meet the 
experts.

Proposals may be entered on the JA-SIG Conference Website. Proposals 
require a Title, an Abstract (under 500 words), a Presenter Profile, and 
some basic affiliation information. 

Submit your proposal directly by clicking here  
*http://tinyurl.com/2voabt *or from the conference home page, where you 
can find all the details: 
_http://www.ja-sig.org/conferences/08spring/index.html_

Registration Information will be coming soon.

Join your colleagues in St. Paul this April.  This will be an 
unprecedented opportunity to meet and learn from each other. See you at 
"Higher Education Solutions:  The Community Source Way"!

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