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iConference features information technology researchers, scholars

More than 500 scholars, researchers and other professionals in information technology will be at iConference 2013, hosted by the College of Information Feb. 12-15.

Sessions will allow students to meet and learn from U.S. and international experts in data management, informatics, computational social science, digital libraries, information policies and other topics related to advancing the information field.

  • Faculty can direct interested students to online registration; reduced student registration fees, which includes social events and some meals are available through Jan. 27
  • Register online, students and faculty.

Students, faculty and staff who attend the conference may choose from more than 40 workshops and sessions, and a student Social Media Expo. The Expo includes multimedia presentations centered on leveraging social media to foster lifelong learning in everyday life, and the first-ever Research Paper Development Roundtable.

Keynote speakers for iConference 2013 are:

  • V. Lane Rawlins, president, UNT
  • Myron Gutmann, assistant director of the National Science Foundation, with responsibility for NSF’s Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Directorate
  • Nancy Cantor, chancellor and president of Syracuse University

The conference, at the Worthington Renaissance Hotel in Fort Worth, is presented by iSchools, a coalition of information schools and colleges at universities, including the UNT College of Information.

Presenting sponsors include the National Science Foundation, Microsoft Research, UNT Office of Research and Economic Development, UNT Libraries and the College of Information Alumni Society.

Posted on: Wed 23 January 2013

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