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Spring 2011

Event: LTER Controlled Vocabulary Working Group

Location: Sapelo Island, (GCE), USA
Dates: May 17, 2011

Event: LTER Science Council Meeting at Sapelo Island (GCE)

Location: Sapelo Island, (GCE), USA
Dates: May 18-19, 2011

Event: IMC - Information Management Committee Meeting

Location: Santa Barbara, California, USA
Dates: September 27, 2011
Web: http://intranet.lternet.edu/im/news/meetings/2011

The annual IMC meeting will be scheduled the day before the EIMC.

Event: EIMC - Environmental Information Management Conference

Location: Santa Barbara, California, USA
Dates: September 28-29, 2011
Web: https://eim.ecoinformatics.org/eim2011

EIM provides a forum for information managers, scientists, and informatics researchers to present and discuss advances in environmental information management, analysis, and modeling.

Event: American Society for Information Science and Technology

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Dates: October 9-13, 2011
Web: http://www.asis.org/conferences.html

Since 1937, the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) has been the society for information professionals leading the search for new and better theories, techniques, and technologies to improve access to information. ASIS&T brings together diverse streams of knowledge, focusing disparate approaches into novel solutions to common problems. ASIS&T bridges the gaps not only between disciplines, but also between the research that drives and the practices that sustain new developments. ASIS&T counts among its membership some 4,000 information specialists from such fields as computer science, linguistics, management, librarianship, engineering, law, medicine, chemistry, and education. 

Event: DCC - International Digital Curation Conference

Location: Bristol, UK
Dates: December 5-7, 2011
Web: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/idcc11

Scientists, researchers and scholars generate increasingly vast amounts of digital data, with further investment in digitization and purchase of digital content and information. The scientific record and the documentary heritage created in digital form are at risk from technology obsolescence, from the fragility of digital media, and from lack of the basics of good practice, such as adequate documentation for the data.