The Open Culture Promoter Group
Grand Hotel Conference Center
Abstract deadline: May 8, 2006
Acceptance notification deadline:May 13, 2006
Paper deadline: September 3, 2006
Call for Papers Announcement
Relevant cases of Academic and corporate research institutions taking advantage of the open access
Relevant cases of Educational institutions changing their inner organization, to face the challenges of the open content
Relevant cases of Emerging new organizations might build trusted relationship through different means.
Relevant cases of Businesses providing educational materials, successfully accomodating open content as part of their offerin
Interoperability and integration of distributed knowledge repositories
Architectural approaches to empowring shared research and open learning infrastructures
Social dynamics involved in educational and research networking
Learning designs and pedagogy for open content
Instructions to Authors
Submissions are invited for original research papers and extended abstracts (unpublished and not submitted elsewhere) and proposals for tutorials, workshops, panels, or demos that address the conference objectives. Authors must clearly explain the contribution of the work in terms of its theoretical and/or practical value and relationship to previous work. Submissions must be full papers of about 3000-4000 words, or extended abstracts of about 1000-1500 words, in English, at 12 points times roman, 1.5 line spacing, including references. Each submission must include a title, the name of each author, an abstract, a list of keywords, and a list of references. Accepted papers and extended abstracts and panel positions will appear in the conference proceedings. All submissions should be submitted electronically in either .sxw (OpenOffice), .doc, .rtf, .pdf or LATEX format on the conference website.