Online Information Conference Call For Papers – Deadline 3rd May.

Last week for submissions – Deadline 3rd May

Don’t miss your chance to be involved with the highly regarded Online Information Conference this year. There is just one week left before the call for papers closes and here are some of the reasons why you should submit a proposal and join a host of professionals from across the industry.

  • Show case your work with 700 delegates from over 40 countries and be seen as a pioneer and leader in what you do
    If you have been part of a successful (or unsuccessful) project with innovative best practices, lessons learned, hints and tips, then we want to hear from you

  • Benefit from the extensive marketing campaign and promotional exposure/recognition you will receive from being part of one of the largest conferences serving the information industry.
    You and your organisation will be listed in the printed brochure (sent to 22,000) and on the website (emails to 24,000)

  • Join a roster of industry authorities and use this opportunity to raise your profile. Previous keynote speakers to the programme include:

Charlene Li, Co-Author ‘Groundswell’ and thought leader on social technologies
Dame Wendy Hall, Professor of Computer Science, University of Southampton
Nigel Shadbolt, Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Deputy Head Research,
University of Southampton
Blaise Cronin, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of the American Society for Information
Science and Technology
Clay Shirky, Author of ‘Here Comes Everybody’
Jimmy Wales, Founder, Wikipedia
Dr David Weinberger, Co-author of ‘The Cluetrain Manifesto’
Dr Jakob Nielsen, described as ‘The king of usability’
Dame Lynne Brindley, Chief Executive, The British Library

  • Selected speakers receive a FREE place to the 3 day conference and co-located exhibition, worth over £900

For information on conference themes, making your submission, review criteria please click on the links below.

I look forward to receiving your proposal

Stephen Dale
Online Information Conference 2010

Please click for more information on

Conference themes

Conference Committee

Delegate Profile

Making your submission 

Review criteria


Please note: Deadline for submissions is Monday 3 May

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