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by reelyka last modified 2006-02-20 12:04 PM

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12-15.01.2005Olympia, London, Great Britain (UK)BETT 2005
BETT has become the pivotal event around which the entire educational ICT community plans its year. With thousands of educational ICT products and services on display, live demonstrations throughout the event and a range of exciting show features, BETT will help you make the most informed ICT procurement decision for your educational establishment. *Over 550 leading educational ICT suppliers *Over 100 seminars and workshops from industry experts *All curriculum subjects and levels covered *Find out how to embed ICT into YOUR subject area *Annual forum for new product launches *Spend your e-learning credits @ BETT *Supported by all major educational bodies and subject associations #

eLearnExpo Paris 2005

ELearnExpo Paris 2005 will be the 10th edition of ELearnExpo. The event is now recognised as Europe's leading Conference and Exhibition for the eLearning community and is THE european rendez-vous for the world's eLearning professionals. In 2005, we are returning to level 3 of the Palais des Congrès, and exhibitors should book their stands now. This show is a must for eLearning vendors form all around the world as well as the local eLearning companies who recognise that that business and networking opportunities are far greater at ELearnExpo than any other show in France.

Palais des Congrès
Paris France
 September 18-21. 2006 Chicago USA Call for Papers Third International Workshop on Quality Assurance and Testing of Web-Based Applications (QATWBA 2006 Call for Papers Call for Papers Third International Workshop on Quality Assurance and Testing of Web-Based Applications (QATWBA 2006and co-located with
2006 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2006)
 2006 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC 2006),
2006 Int. Workshop on Software Technology and Engineering Practice (STEP 2006)

Contact: Prof. Hong Zhu (,
Prof. David Kung (

 August 12-15 2006 Helsingoer, Denmark  29th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia   Call for papers: Paradigms, Politics, and Paradoxes

29th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia

For 28 consecutive years the Scandinavian
Information Systems Community has convened in
remote beautiful Nordic settings to share
cross-disciplinary work-in-progress pertaining to
the development and use of information systems
(IS). The theme of this year's IRIS 2006,
Paradigms, Politics, and Paradoxes, aims to
revitalize and reframe a critical dimension in
this community by encouraging contributions about
the politics involved in IS design, development
and use. On the one hand, the participatory roots
of the IRIS provide a unique critical and
interventionist contribution to international IS
research. On the other, areas of research such as
science and technology studies and feminist
theory opens up new paths for generative
critique. Likewise gender issues and IS aspects
in developing countries are paths IRIS
researchers might follow to reformulate a critical research agenda.

Invited keynote speakers are Sundeep Sahay,
University of Oslo, Debra Howcroft, Manchester
Business School, Sally Wyatt, University of Amsterdam.

Keynote speakers and panels of the conference
will reflect the theme, while the rest of the
conference is dedicated to small working groups
where participants give and receive feedback on
submitted papers. With this theme we hope to
bring together different discourses within the
IRIS community as well as reaching out to other
related areas as diverse as software engineering,
science and technology studies, feminist theory
and development studies. The call for papers thus
encourages, but is not limited to, the following questions:
   * In what ways and what settings can
IT-related work make a difference? What paradigms
or traditions are available and relevant?
   * How can we re-theorize politics of design
and use it to match contemporary organizational settings?
   * How can participatory design, gender
studies, science and technology studies, or
developing country studies be made relevant for IS research today?
   * Under what conditions can critical
approaches be translated into practical action?

The deadline for submitting papers to IRIS'29 is
April 3rd 2005. All submissions must use the
IRIS'28-paper template. Papers may not exceed
7000 words with an abstract of no more than 300
words. All papers must be submitted
electronically through the web-based submission
and reviewing system. See

Acceptance of papers requires that the paper is
reviewed as appropriate for the conference and
that the author(s) of the paper contribute to
double blind reviews of other submitted papers.
Admission to the conference requires active
participation either as an author or as an
organizer of an accepted panel, workshop, or
session. Senior researchers will be invited to
chair working groups at the conference.

Call for Panels, Workshops and Thematic Sessions

Proposals for panels and workshop should cover
timely topics of interest to the conference
theme. Each panel and workshop will last app. 2 ½
hours. The format for a proposal is as follows:
Panel or workshop title, a 200-word abstract, and
a brief outline of objectives and participants.
Proposals should justify the relevance and the
contribution to the conference theme. Information
on the organizer should include the name,
affiliation address (postal address, telephone,
fax and e-mail) and envisioned activities during
the panel and workshop. Proposals should be
e-mailed to Dixi Louise Strand: dixi (at) itu (dot) dk

Important Dates

Venue: Sea, woods, art and history

The 29th IRIS working conference will take place
at LO-skolen, a conference center on the
outskirts of the medieval town of Helsingoer
(Elsinore). Helsingoer is well known for its
fourteenth century castle, Kronborg, made famous
by Shakespeare's play Hamlet. LO-skolen is an
educational institution with a background in the
Danish labor movement. The venue is beautifully
situated in a park with an excellent view of the
sea and the surrounding woods. The buildings are
themselves a piece of art, originally designed by
Danish architects Jarl Heger and Ebbe and Karen
Clemmesen in 1969 and house one of Denmark's
finest collections of modern Danish art with
several hundred unique paintings and sculptures.
The venue is one-hour north of Copenhagen and can
be easily reached by train from Copenhagen Airport.

For more information see: <>
 Submission deadline April 3rd 2006

Review deadline May 5th 2006

Notification of acceptance May 15th 2006

Final submission June 9th 2006

Early bird registration deadline June 9th 2006

Conference August 12-15th 2006
 March 24- 26, 2006 Jyvaskyla   I have a pleasure to announce that the INFWEST
program will organize the following seminar March
24-26, 2006 somewhere in the Jyvaskyla region
(please, follow
<> for details).
The key speakers areÂ
- Prof. Roberto Evaristo, University of illinois
at Chicago (seeÂ
- Prof. Michelle Kaarst-Brown, Syracuse
University ( seeÂ
- Prof. Michael Newman, Machester Business School
The preliminary program is below.Â
Please, book the dates. The registration
information will be available on the INFWEST
website ( once the seminar venue will be decided.
See you in Jyvaskyla.Â
Juhani Iivari


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