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IASSIST 2009

Conference webcasts and presentations online!

A week has passed since IASSIST 2009. I hope most of you have made it safely back home by now - and are ready to refresh the memories by watching the conference webcasts and viewing presentations. Webcasts of all three plenaries and Thursday and Friday's concurrent sessions in the Small Auditorium are now available. We didn't have cameras available during the Wednesday sessions, so no videos of these presentations, sorry! But most of the presentations are already online - a few are still missing either because we didn't have them or we are waiting for an updated version. Please send in any missing presentations or email me if there are mistakes that should be corrected!

 

Tuomas J. Alaterä Information Network Specialist tuomas.alatera@uta.fi Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD) http://www.fsd.uta.fi FI-33014 University of Tampere

IASSIST 2009 Tweets!

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We've created a Twitter feed for conference info, updates and impressions. See it at http://twitter.com/IASSIST2009 or  there's a link on the program page.

Before the conference, it will be mostly logistic and planning information.  At the conference, IASSISTers will be tweeting about the conference itself:  comments, suggestions, updates, and other twitter-friendly information. We've got a few volunteer tweeters but more are always welcome.

Registration for the IASSIST 2009 is open

Tervetuloa Tampereelle, Welcome to Tampere!

 

Registration for the 2009 IASSIST conference is now officially open. On the conference web site there is more information on registration, accommodations and excursions.

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