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Der Arbeitskreis für Information, kurz AKI, ist ein Forum für berufliche Fortbildung im Informationswesen seit dem 15. Dezember 1986; incl. SKDI seit 1964. Von 2001 bis 2003 nutzte der AKI coforum.de als Wiki. Am 15.12.2010 begann der re:launch per AKI20. Neue Termine und hinweise via http://tinyurl.com/38k2zc8 ... KarlDietz.

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ZKBW-Dialog Nr. 66 vom 15.12.2010, ist erschienen. ... http://opus.bsz-bw.de/swop/volltext ... 910/pdf/zkdial66.pdf wieder mal als PDF (und voraussichtlich ein wenig später via Google als HTML-Dokument) erreichbar oder aber über den ZKBW-Dialog-Index (https://wiki.bsz-bw.de/doku.php?id= ... publikationen:dialog <https://wiki.bsz-bw.de/doku.php?id= ... ikationen:dialog&gt; ), der sich im BSZ-Fernleih-Wiki befindet.

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The PublicKnowledgeProject is pleased to announce that, in partnership with the Freie Universität Berlin and Simon Fraser University Library, the Third International PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference will be held from September 26 - 28, 2011 in Berlin, Germany.As someone who has supported, or participated in, previous PKP initiatives or might be interested in future endeavors, we would like to extend a personal invitation to you to consider attending this event, or submitting a presentation proposal.

This is the first time that the PKP Conference is being held outside of Vancouver, Canada and is a timely way to acknowledge the growing, international PKP user community.We are expecting a strong turnout of between 350-400 opinion makers and leaders from around the world in the utilization of open source software, adoption of alternate publishing models, and the advancement of the open access movement. Given that the landmark Budapest Open Access Initiative, launched in December 2001, will be celebrating its first decade, the conference is inviting explorations of the lessons learned, successes achieved, and setbacks overcome in our shared attempts to increase and open access within scholarly publishing.

More information, including the Call for Participation and Registration form, is available on the conference website: http://pkp.sfu.ca/ocs/pkp/index.php/pkp2011/pkp2011

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