CONFERENCES AROUND THE WORLD.
For information on ITI's conferences, see page 8.
22-24: Paris (University of Paris-Est Marnela-Vallee). The theme of BOBCATSSS 2020 is Information Management, Fake News, and Disinformation. Attendees will include business analysts, information managers, librarians, and archivists.
> For more information, visit bobcatsss2020 .sciencesconf.org.
24-28: Philadelphia (Pennsylvania Convention Center). The 2020 ALA Midwinter Meeting & Exhibits will feature more than 400 exhibitors and new products, services, and titles for academic, public, school, and special librarians. Featured speakers include Julia Alvarez (poet, novelist, and essayist) and Maia and Alex Shibutani (Olympic athletes).
> For more information, visit 2020.alamidwinter.org.
5-7: Bogota, Colombia (Francisco Jose de Caldas District University). ICITS'20 (the 2020 International Conference on Information Technology & Systems) will focus on areas such as information and knowledge management, organizational models and information systems, and Big Data.
> For more information, visit icits.me.
17-20: Dublin (Croke Park). The 15th International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) will focus on community--the stakeholders who help ensure that digital objects are properly created, managed, and shared. Topics will include data stewardship and preservation planning.
> For more information, visit dcc.ac.uk/events/ idcc20.
23- 25: Baltimore (Lord Baltimore Hotel). The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) will host the NISO Plus Conference, which continues the tradition of the National Federation of Advanced Information Services (NFAIS) conference. This redesigned conference celebrates the NISONFAIS merger with a new experience.
> For more information, visit niso.org/niso-io/ 2019/09/niso-plus-conference-its-happening.
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