[wikisym-announce] Call for Participation to SCooP

Christine Müller c.mueller at jacobs-university.de
Fri Jun 6 14:49:10 CEST 2008


(apologies for cross-postings)

2nd Workshop on Scientific Communities of Practice (SCooP) on June 27th
2008 at Jacobs University Bremen.
http://jem-thematic.net/seminar/scoop2008

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Come join us for the 2nd Workshop on Scientific Communities of Practice
(SCooP) on June 27th at the Jacobs University Bremen.

We are very proud to announce our invited speakers:

David Chavalarias, researcher at the Paris Ile-de-France Complex Systems
Institute (http://iscpif.fr) focusing on social cognition and social
systems modeling. His talk will be about reconstructing and representing
the evolution of a field of science at different levels by extracting
structure from a large publication corpus of the complex systems
community. A series of methods as well as visualization will be
presented.

Florian Rabe, Ph.D. at the Jacobs University Bremen will give an
overview over the history of logic and the foundations of mathematics
and analyzes it from the point of view of communities of practice.

This year's exciting program includes talks in the following fields:

* The Power of Semantic Markup for CoP services such as the propagation
of changes and visualization of interrelation of a CoP's repertoire
* Wiki surveys and prototypes for Capturing and Refactoring CoP
knowledge as well as to facilitate participation
* User group modeling to facilitate intelligent tutoring
* Authoring and Management tools for CoPs

NOW IT IS UP TO YOU

- REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW -
Please register at http://jem-thematic.net/seminar/scoop2008 (bottom of
the page; you need to log in to see the registration field) Registration
fee is 10 Euros. Contact c.mueller at jacobs-university.de for further
questions. 

- FURTHER LINKS -
* SCooP Mailing List:
http://lists.jacobs-university.de/mailman/listinfo/project-scoop 
* SCooP Interest Group at http://jem-thematic.net/sig/scoop

The workshop is funded by the Joining Educational Mathematics Network
http://jem-thematic.net/



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