Thursday, January 15, 2009

ELPUB 2009 - Final Call for Papers - NEW DEADLINE January 29, 2009

ELPUB 2009 - Final Call for Papers - NEW DEADLINE January 29, 2009

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Due to numerous requests for a postponement, and compatible with the review process and the publication time, the deadline for abstracts submission has been extended to January 29: NEW DATE!

ELPUB 2009 - Final Call for Papers - NEW DEADLINE January 29, 2009 (abstract submission)
Rethinking Electronic Publishing : Innovation in Communication Paradigms and Technologies
13th International Conference on Electronic Publishing

10 - 12 June 2009, Milan, Italy

Electronic publishing via the Internet is continuously changing its shapes and models, challenging traditional players to adapt to new contexts. Innovative technologies enable individuals, scholars, communities and networks to establish contacts, exchange data, produce information, share knowledge. Open access sources and commercial players make contents available for a heterogeneous audience in a diversity of environments. The ELPUB 2009 conference will focus on key issues in e-communications, exploring dissemination channels, business models, technologies, methods and concepts.

See website for detailed author instructions: All submissions are subject to peer review (double-blind) and accepted by the international ELPUB Programme Committee. Accepted full papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Printed proceedings are distributed during the conference. Electronic versions of the contributions will be archived at: and indexed by the major indexing agents.

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ELPUB 2009 and OAI 6 are just 3 days in time and 400 km in space (4 hours by train, 50 minutes by plane) away from each other: take this unique chance to participate in both, enjoying two exciting scientific events in electronic publishing and scholarly communication and visiting Italy and Switzerland.
ELPUB 2009,
General Chair: Susanna Mornati, CILEA, Italy
Programme Chair: Turid Hedlund, Hanken School of Economics, Finland

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