[LIS-Forum] TBR Memorial Seminar (2009): Building Institutional Repositories Using DSpace – Reminder
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Tue Nov 3 14:41:29 IST 2009
NCSI-Net (http://ncsi-net.ncsi.iisc.ernet.in), an informal association comprising of NCSI staff, trainees, and its alumni, cordially invites you to the 5th Dr. TBR Memorial Seminar (2009). This year’s seminar will be on Institutional Repositories with the focus on DSpace software. It is a one-day seminar targeted for the benefit of students of Library and Information Science and budding LIS professionals.
The details of the seminar are given below:
Title: Dr. TBR Memorial Seminar (2009): Building Institutional Repositories Using DSpace
Date: November 14, 2009 (Saturday)
Venue: Choksi Hall, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore - 560012
Target audience: Students of Library & Information Science course or its equivalent & budding information professionals.
Seminar coverage: The Seminar is being conducted with an intention to create awareness amongst the students and budding information professionals about the latest developments in the field of Information and Communication technologies applicable to LIS profession. This year's Seminar will give an overview on Institutional repositories with special reference to DSpace Institutional Repository Software. There will also be a session dealing with career building strategies and job opportunities for LIS professionals.
Registration fee: Rs. 150/- for Students and Rs. 350/- for budding professionals.
Please do note that no arrangements for accommodation are being made for outstation participants..
Kindly bring this to the attention of the budding professionals and encourage them to attend the seminar. Participants will get an opportunity to interact with fellow professionals working in the industry and academia.
For further information, please visit the Seminar website at:
Registration form is available at:
For further queries, please send a mail to ncsinet at ncsi.iisc.ernet.in
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