For anyone who has not yet made a submission for the 2009 Online Conference, the deadline has nowÂ been extended to Friday 8th May.
The organisers want to hear from people and organisations that have transformed themselves to be more agile and flexible by exploiting open linked data and conversation streams.Â They are looking for exciting, innovative applications as well as lessons learned from Twittering and mash-ups.Â They want to show case organisations that are using semantic web techniques to create new and exciting resources. And what about managing the chaos of agile development and “always beta” deployments?Â Have you learned how to guarantee privacy and security in this heady but chaotic world?
Do you have a story to tell?
-Â Maybe you’ve been involved in creating a new application for Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, Yahoo or Google?
– Have you made the move to the semantic web to deal with the digital explosion and the need for greater “intelligence” in your information?
– Perhaps you’ve found ways to exploit new Online tools to transform the way your organisation does its business?
-Â Have you changed your management processes to cope with this “always connected world”?
Then why not share it with others?
Whether you work in business, libraries, academia or the public sector, good ideas are invariably transferable and we need to hear them.Â The Online world is waiting to learn from the pioneers who have made it work.
This is your chance to be seen as one of the leaders – with your story reaching a global audience from over 40 countries.
For information on conference themes, making your submission, review criteria please click on the links in the below.
Online Information Conference Committee 2009
1. Review Criteria and Submission Requirements
2. Example Abstracts
3. Conference Themes
4. Delegate Profile
5. Conference Committee
6. Guidelines for Exhibitors
7. NOW Click here to submit your paper online
Please note: Deadline for submissions is nowÂ Friday 8th May