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The Alliance For Excellent Education is pleased to announce its 2012 Call for Proposals to identify successful practices in education with digital learning and technology in elementary, middle, and high schools.
Proposals are being accepted now through April 27, 2012.
Open Repositories 2012 takes place in Edinburgh from, 9th-13th July 2012.
The theme and title of the 2012 conference – Open Services for Open Content: Local In for Global Out – reflects the current move towards open content, ‘augmented content’, distributed systems and data delivery infrastructures.
The man once known as Black Plastic Glasses has helped set the pace of digital discourse for some years, explaining the brave new world...
Connect with the brightest and best digital innovators across the publishing and creative industries at The London Book Fair's Digital Minds Conference.
Panels, key notes, presentations and round tables will include cutting-edge thinking on content platforms, the future of content business models and creative media businesses and draw on expertise from across a variety of digital content fields.
Sunday 15th April 2012 at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London
Things change ... especially in the world of education.
The 2012 IASL Conference we will focus on these changes and what they mean to school librarians around the world.
Taking place from May 21–23, Screening the Future Conference 2012 will bring people from all over the world to the University of Southern California, Ronald Tutor Campus Center in Los Angeles to talk and learn about the state of the art in digital audiovisual conservation. The event will assemble more than 250 leading archivists, production companies, filmmakers, TV producers, CTOs, scientists, vendors, strategists, funders, and policy makers to develop solutions to the most urgent questions facing audiovisual repositories. Conference participants will help set the future research and policy agenda for AV preservation, and will benefit from interacting with leading institutions.
Digital archiving is the link between our past and present and the future, and the conference will discuss realities that encompass topics as diverse as technology, standards, the expectations of users, archival costs, and the increasingly complex interaction between organizations, technologies, and funding models.
19th International Conference “Crimea 2012” “Libraries and Information Resources in the Modern World of Science, Culture, Education, and Business” “Crimea 2012” is a world professional forum for leadership and staff of libraries, publishing houses, book trade business, museums, archives, information centers, universities, colleges, computer and Internet companies, for business, law, scientific, cultural and educational organizations.
The Conference is held under the auspices of IFLA Topic of 2012: “Libraries of digital era: new paradigm and new role in social development”
The Conference program will be built around Worldwide Information Infrastructure, Interlibrary Cooperation, International Cooperation Projects - National Libraries and National Information Resources - Development and Preservation of Library Collections. Cooperation of Libraries, Publishers and Book Market. - Online Technologies, CD-ROM, Electronic Publications and the Internet in Libraries - Digital Libraries and Digital Resources, E-learning...
The 4th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference is all about New Trends in Library Science and will consider, but not be limited to, methodologies for building the evidence base in library and information services (LIS), Balanced Scorecard tools in libraries, Copyright and licensing, Data mining,
Digital preservation, Digitization
Distance learning and the role of the library
With over 400 seminars and events, 1,500 international exhibiting companies and 24,500 publishing professionals, The London Book Fair encompasses the broad spectrum of the publishing industry.
IFLA NPSIG webinar program
“New Librarians Global Connection: best practices, models and recommendations“ is a series of free quarterly webinars on issues of interest to new librarians, models of library associations and library schools working with new professionals, and groups by and for librarians. The free webinars are presented by IFLA Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning and IFLA New Professionals Special Interest Group in partnership with ALA.
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