sera présent à Toronto à la conférence “Open Scholarship: Authority, Community and Sustainability in the Age of Web 2.0”

(c) Jean-Marc Dumont - participera à la douzième conférence internationale sur l’édition électronique, qui se tient à Toronto du 25 au 27 juin 2008.

Open Scholarship: Authority, Community and Sustainability in the Age of Web 2.0

ElPub 2008, Toronto, Canada, June 25-27, 2008

The International Conference on Electronic Publishing is entering its twelfth year and ELPUB 2008 marks the first time the conference will be held in North America. The Knowledge Media Design Institute at the University of Toronto is pleased to serve as the host for this important event. We look forward to welcoming you to the cosmopolitan city of Toronto and to your participation in a lively debate about the future of scholarly communication in the ever-changing world of networking technologies.

As with previous ELPUB meetings, we look forward to a diverse contribution of original papers, workshops and tutorials, poster presentations as well as demonstrations. Highly distinguished and internationally renowned individuals will provide the opening and closing keynote addresses.

In addition to the regular programs, a variety of social programs are being planned, such as a day trip to Niagara Falls and the neighbouring wine region, walking tours of Toronto ethnic neighbourhoods, museums and galleries tours.

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Crédits : Projet de poster pour Elpub à Toronto, (c) Jean-Marc Dumont –

Marin Dacos

Marin Dacos is the founder of OpenEdition and is now Open Science Advisor at the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. He has been awarded two Google Digital Humanities Research Awards (2010 and 2011) and the CNRS Innovation Medal (2016).

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