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Sep 28, 2004: IA Summit 2005 CFP and Details

Wow, we've just about made it to our sixth IA Summit! What a ride it's been; great from the start, and better and better every year. The program is always practical, vendor-independent, and fascinating, and yet the Summit remains an intimate, friendly event that is especially welcoming of first-timers.

This time we'll be in Montreal, March 4-7. The Summit takes place mostly over a weekend, along with a few pre-conference seminars, and is quite reasonably priced, so start working on convincing your boss to send you today.

The Call for Papers deadline is October 25; posters deadline is December 5. Visit the site for additional details.

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Comment: Bill Van Loo (Sep 28, 2004)

Hi, Lou -

So, how much *is* the conference? I can't find that information anywhere on the site.

bvl

Comment: Lou (Sep 28, 2004)

I just asked Dick Hill, executive director of ASIS&T, the event's sponsor. He says:

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Lou, because the "duration" has been extended -- instead of ending Sunday afternoon, it continues until Monday noon or thereabouts we are looking at:

Member early $375 Member late $450
Non-member early $525 non-member late $600

Unemployed/student:
Member early $200 member late $250
Non-member earl $250 non-member late $300

And member, as always, means ASIS&T or "sister organizations" -- the usual list, STC-ID, AIfIA, UPA, AIGA, or SIG CHI.
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