Unlocking Audio 2: Connecting With Listeners


16-17 March 2009, The British Library Conference Centre, London NW1
(authorised blogging tag: unlockingaudio)


Supported by the Joint Information Systems Committee 

Conference registration & call for papers


Unlocking Audio 2: Connecting with Listeners is a key event exploring
the use of sounds online.  The conference will focus on ways that
researchers and other audiences expect to discover, browse, audition and
analyse archival audio resources. 



Reviewing existing and emerging practices and technologies, the
conference will be of interest to: 

*          content owners

*          academics

*          service providers

*          user groups

*          resource managers

*          system integrators

*          designers and implementers of data mining, search & content
analysis tools


Important dates

Deadline for abstracts                                    12:00 hours
GMT on12 December 2008

Deadline for early registration             12:00 hours GMT on19
December 2008

Deadline for late registration               12:00 hours GMT on16
February 2009

Conference dates                               16-17 March 2009


Call for papers and registration


Please see the conference website: 



Contact details 


Alison Faraday,

"Unlocking Audio"
The British Library 
96 Euston Road
London NW1 2DB
United Kingdom


Fax: +44 (0)207 412 7441

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