Apologies for cross-posting...
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
2nd DSpace Federation User Group Meeting
University of Cambridge, UK
7-8 July 2005
Submissions are invited from organizations using DSpace who wish to
present at the upcoming DSpace Federation User Group meeting.
The objective of the User Group meeting is to bring together the DSpace
open source community to share experiences and discuss the future
developments of the DSpace platform and Federation of adopters.
Preliminary information about registration is now available on the
Submissions are invited for the following categories:
Long presentations (20 - 30 minutes): organizations which are
leading large DSpace-related research projects or significant DSpace
Short presentations (10 - 15 minutes): organizations/individuals
who have contributed new features, tools, or plug-ins or are addressing
specific technical issues.
DSpace Around the World: short presentations (10 - 15 minutes) from
organizations worldwide who are using DSpace. Submissions should
highlight innovative uses of DSpace or DSpace policy, implementation or
other activities that are influenced by or derived from local, regional
or national issues or culture.
Posters: forum for sharing project plans or results.
- must be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org;
- should specify whether the submission is for the long, short,
Around the World, or poster category;
- should take the form of a brief (1 page) description of the topic
for presentation or poster;
- should include 50 word biographical sketch of the primary author;
- should include mailing address, phone, fax, email for the primary
Submissions are requested by 29 April 2005 and will be reviewed by
members of the Programme Committee
for acceptance notification by 20 May 2005. If the presentation is
accepted, final versions of the presentation must be submitted
electronically by 1 July 2005. We will not be seeking text for
publication, but will ask all authors to post their presentations on the
DSpace Federation website after the meeting.
Further information can be obtained from the programme committee
chair: Julie Walker (email@example.com)
The DSpace Federation User Group Meeting Programme Committee