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The annual iConference is organized by the 25 universities in the iCaucus, most of them Information Schools and many with faculty active in CHI and CSCW. iConference 2010, Feb 3-6 in Urbana-Champaign, includes peer-reviewed papers and other venues. The program is at http://www.ischools.org/iConference10/program/



Keynote speakers:



Marti Hearst, on leave from Berkeley School of Information towork in Obama Administration:

"An iSchooler Goes to Washington: IT Research Challenges to Better Help Government Help Citizens"



Stephen Wolfram, founder & CEO of Wolfram Research, creator of Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha, and author of A New Kind of Science.



Multi-session paper track topics include:

Diversity

Information Behavior

Information Retrieval

Information Organization

Measuring Research Impact

iSchools (Past, Present, Future)



12 Roundtables organized in Technology and Humanities Rooms on topics including virtual environments, games, gender studies, and sustainability; 6 Wildcards (Panels) on topics such as next-generation education and ethnographies of large-scale systems; and a Poster session.



Information on the iSchools caucus is at http://www.ischools.org/



-- Jonathan Grudin

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