International UDC Seminar 2009, The Hague, NL ...

> International UDC Seminar 2009
> The
> Hague, 29-30 October 2009
> Following the success of the first International Seminar on UDC in 2007,
> this the second in a series of biennial conferences is entitled
> "Classification at a
> Crossroads: Multiple Directions to Usability" and will take place on
> 29-30 October 2009 in the UDC headquarters at the Koninklijke
> Bibliotheek in The Hague.
> The 2009 Seminar aims to explore how new developments in information
> standards and technology influence and affect applications and services
> using classification, Universal Decimal Classification in particular,
> and its relationships to other systems.
> The conference programme will highlight many ways in which
> classification use can be improved. Attention will be paid to the
> applications of classification schemes, UDC in particular, in supporting
> multilingual access, user-friendly representations of classification in
> resource discovery and semantic searching expansion and classification
> application across distributed systems.
> Papers are now invited from classification researchers and
> practitioners, as well as information systems managers on the following
> topics:
> 1. classification and semantic technologies 2. classification in
> supporting information integration 3. verbal and multilingual access to
> classification 4. classification authority control and library systems
> 5. visual representations/interface to classification 6. experiences
> with classification outside the traditional library environment
> ...
> ORGANIZER: The seminar is organized by the UDC Consortium (UDCC) and
> hosted by The National library of The Netherlands. UDCC is a non-profit
> organization, based in The Hague, established to maintain and distribute
> the Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) and supports its use and
> development. Today, the UDC is used at least in 125 countries. In 34
> countries in Europe, Asia and Africa, it is the main classification
> system used across national library and information networks.
> 1711 via i.

das udc-seminar kostet sicher ebenso wie eine festschrift: GELD.
das eine geht durch in inetbib. das andere nicht. to whom it may concern.


karldietz RT @slubdresden "Designing for a Sustainable World" - 4.
World Usability Day 12.11.09 10-18 Uhr, Vortragssaal, SLUB, Dresden.
Eintritt frei!

nb1. der usability termin in s ist im aki-wiki
nb2. dort auch ein date in der stb waiblingen im nov.

MfG, Karl Dietz