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Jan 26, 2005: Advanced IA Seminar at IA Summit

At the upcoming IA Summit in Montreal, a bunch of us will be putting on a pre-conference seminar to benefit AIfIA. Great topics, and some really compelling speakers. Details below; come join us:

The early registration deadline for the Information Architecture Institute's Leadership Seminar is January 28th. Sign up now to get a significant discount for this star-studded event.

The Seminar "Advanced IA: Topics for 2005 and Beyond" will precede the 2005 Information Architecture Summit in Montreal, scheduled for March 3-4 (all day Thursday, half day Friday).

This highly interactive forum will connect leaders and provide an invaluable way to learn from others across a variety of disciplines. The sessions and speakers include:

  • Managing Up: The Business Strategy of Information Architecture (Christina Wodtke, Scott Hirsch)
  • The Enterprise IA Roadmap (Louis Rosenfeld)
  • Homeland Security and IA (Lee S. Strickland, JD)
  • Practical Application of the Semantic Web (Paul Ford)
  • The State of Global IA (Livia Labate, Peter Van Dijck, Jorge Arango)
  • Hands-On Scenario Planning: Looking to the Future to Shape Decisions Today (Jess McMullin)

For more information about the seminar, please check the Institute's website, or to register for both the Seminar and the IA Summit, go to www.iasummit.org

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Comment: Madonnalisa (Feb 4, 2005)

Sounds like a great lineup...I really wished I was going to be there, but held up in Hong Kong for an extra month(or more)...

Comment: Livia Labate (Feb 17, 2005)

And for all Bloug readers out there following past discussions derived from Lou's comments on locales, globalization and IA, be sure to check the "State of Global Information Architecture" talk, where we'll be discussing our research findings on this wonderfully complicated and sparsely-addressed topic :)

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