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GBI-Genios. Bei GBI-Genios ist «NZZ Geschichte», das erste historische Magazin für die Schweiz online gegangen. «Die Betriebswirtschaft» macht zum Jahresende dicht. Der Archivbestand ist weiter bei Genios recherchierbar.
ProQuest. ProQuest hat seinen Bestand in «Early English Books Online» (1473 – 100) um 631 Titel aus 27 Archiven vergrößert. Darunter befinden sich Plantation Records von der East India und der Royal African Company sowie Materialien von der nordirischen Hungersnot.
Second Call of Papers
Designing and Analyzing Information Spaces
and their Impact on Research and Society
13.- 15.März, ISI2 017 – 15th International Symposium of Information Science, in Berlin - http://isi2017.de/
Designing information spaces: Digital collections - big data, small data - Domain-specific information systems - Information infrastructures - Information organization and access - Multimedia - Social web, collaborative media - User interfaces - Virtual research environments - Visualization
Analyzing information spaces: Information behavior - Information literacy - Metrics & altmetrics - Quality management und evaluation - User & usability studies
Impact of information spaces on research and society: Digital humanities - E-Learning, E-Science - E-Society, E-Culture, E-Commerce - Globalization of information processes - Information professions and professionalization - Internationalization of information and knowledge - Open access, open education, open innovation, open source
New Trends in Intelligence,
Search, Mining and Visualization Technology
so let's all meet again at nice for the II-SDV conference and I would like to invite you to present a paper during my next conference in Nice.
Offers of presentations should include an informative title, a short, descriptive abstract as to what will be covered, plus a short biography of the proposed speaker. News of entirely new products, or beta versions of substantial upgrades to existing products, may be of interest to meeting attendees. Presentations accepted will be expected to make real contributions to the field of new trends, mainly in scientific, technical, business, patent and information searching, analysis and data mining, or in furthering the understanding of the meeting participants in the general search and intelligence tools and mining areas. All presentations will be in full sessions; there are no breakout or parallel sessions at this meeting. The conference language will be English.
Those presenting will be given one free registration to the two-day conference (one registration per presentation). Speaker expense reimbursement will not normally be offered. Please send offers by email to Christoph Haxel at Dr. Haxel CEM GmbH (email@example.com)
Deadline is November 30, 2016. However, offers received prior to this date will also be welcome.
Presentations should emphasise new trends in intelligence, search, mining and visualization research and technology, and directly related areas
Some theme areas of particular interest for the 2016 Meeting are:
• Joint presentations by a user with a vendor concerning new software implementation.
• New tools for competitive intelligence.
• Developments in search engines, including personalization, recommendation engines, collaborative filtering.
• New visualization tools and mapping.
• New tools for analysing or manipulating big data, including news analysis.
• New data and text mining tools.
• Advances in text searching and analysis (such as patent, techno-economic and news searching), mining, mapping and analysis.
• User identification and testing of new information tools.
• Training and adaptation for new tools.
There will also be a limited number of exhibition spaces in the main conference area (table-top). Contact the organizers early, since places will be limited. All exhibitors will be given a short "product presentation" slot during the main conference sessions.
The organisers are interested in featuring one (or maximum two) post-conference workshops, following the conference programme. Workshops should be in subject areas relevant to those attending this meeting, and should be offered by experienced workshop presenters. For an initial discussion, those interested in giving a workshop should contact Christoph Haxel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
More info about the conference you find at: http://www.haxel.com/ii-sdv
I am looking forward to seeing you in Nice and hope that you support my intension to show face to our mutual values and tradition.
All the best Christoph Haxel
PS.: I have published all presentations from my last ICIC Conference in Heidelberg