The New Media Research @ UMN conference, sponsored by the Institute for New Media Studies, will take place Thursday and Friday, September 14th and 15th. The conference is a chance to learn about new media research happening at the University of Minnesota in disciplines such as history, journalism, health sciences and more. It will also act as a venue for discussion about the state of new media research at the U and for connecting with potential collaborators across a broad range of fields.
Thursday evening will feature a short welcome program, reception and poster session. Friday will include paper sessions, a keynote by Susan C. Herring, and a discussion session on collaborative research and digital tools for collaboration. For more details on presentations and schedule, go to:
If you haven't already registered for the conference, you may do so at:
The deadline for registration is Wednesday, September 13th. A registration fee of $20, to be collected at the conference, includes all sessions, hors d'oeuvres and drinks Thursday, and lunch on Friday.
Please tell your colleagues - whether faculty, staff or students - about this opportunity to connect and collaborate with new media researchers at the U.at September 8, 2006 10:28 PM