Announcement: The JA-SIG 2009 Conference Program is Online
Paul.Zablosky at ubc.ca
Mon Jan 12 18:29:10 UTC 2009
*THE JA-SIG 2009 CONFERENCE PROGRAM IS ONLINE!*
*Higher Education Open Source Communities - Working Together*
March 1-4, 2009
Dallas, Texas, USA
Registration for the JA-SIG Spring Conference in Dallas is open at
http://www.ja-sig.org/conferences/09spring/registration.html and the
conference program has been published:
You'll find great presentations and supplementary seminars on CAS,
DSpace, Fedora, Fluid, Kuali, Internet2, Sakai, and uPortal--
* Conference events run Monday, March 2nd through Wednesday, March 4th
* Supplementary seminars are scheduled all day Sunday and Wednesday
* A BarCamp and a DSpace/Fedora mashup are scheduled for Wednesday
afternoon (See the site description for this event)
* Extra developer meetings will follow on Thursday and Friday.
You'll find stimulating keynote addresses by--
* *James Hilton,* Vice President and Chief Information Officer at
the University of Virginia
* *Christian Crumlish,* Curator of the Yahoo! Design Pattern Library
* *Brewster Kahle,* Founder and Director of The Internet Archive
You'll find special sessions, panels, and BOFs addressing strategic
issues for open source.
You'll find plenty of opportunities to mix and mingle with colleagues--
* Reception on Sunday evening! (featuring "PowerPoint Karoake", a
hallowed JA-SIG tradition)
* Poster Session with refreshments on Monday evening!
* Dallas-Dine-Around on Tuesday evening!
There's never been a better time to register:
http://www.ja-sig.org/conferences/09spring/registration.html; But early
registration discounts end on January 30, 2009!
Visit the main conference site at
http://www.ja-sig.org/conferences/09spring/index.html for all the details.
Join us to learn more about open/community source projects and
technology trends, share ideas and collaborate with your peers. See you
in Dallas in March!
-The JA-SIG 2009 Conference Program Committee
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