13th International Conference on Electronic Publishing, Rethinking Electronic Publishing: Innovation in Communication Paradigms and Technologies
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Milan, Italy Registration for ELPUB 2009, to be held in Milan (Italy) June
10-12, 2009 is open and early bird fees are available until May 10.
To find out more about the meeting, to register, and to learn about accommodations and travel options, please visit http://www.elpub.net.
ELPUB has a reputation for providing a relaxed yet stimulating venue for discussion on diverse aspects of scholarly communications and publishing. In order to keep with past ELPUB tradition, conference enrollment is limited to 180 individuals (including speakers).
About ELPUB 2009:
Electronic publishing via the Internet is continuously changing its shapes and models, challenging traditional players to adapt to new contexts. New opportunities and new needs invite us to rethink electronic publishing, to innovate communication paradigms and technologies. The ELPUB 2009 conference will focus on key issues in e-communications, exploring dissemination channels, business models, technologies, methods and concepts.
The three-day event will begin with a full day of technical workshops, tutorials and demonstrations. The following two days will feature contributed papers and posters examining a broad range of technical, conceptual, policy, and financial aspects of scholarly communication and showcasing significant experiences and lessons learnt. A symposium on openness in the academic environment will be run by Leslie Chan
and Gale Moore, and special keynotes by Henk Moed and Simon Tanner will enrich the programme. A lively social programme will provide the chance to meet and exchange views with speakers and participants from all continents that will include Italian food and a trip to the famous Borromean Islands!
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