Poxa.. ainda bem que todos da lista sabem ler em inglês :)

On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 11:56 PM, Marlo Souza <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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> From: Beatriz Busaniche <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: 18/03/2008 08:59
> Subject: Call for papers: FKFT 2008
> To: Lista geral FSFLA <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>
>
> Agradecemos la difusión
>  ///////////////////////
>
>  Call for Papers
>
>  Free Knowledge, Free Technology
>  Education for a free information society
>  SELF International Conference 2008
>
>  First International Conference
>  July 15-17, 2008
>  Barcelona, Spain
>  http://fkft.eu
>
>  Programme Co-Chairs:
>     David Jacovkis (Free Knowledge Institute, Universitat Oberta de
>  Catalunya)
>     Dragoslava Pefeva (Internet Society Bulgaria)
>
>  General Co-Chairs:
>     David Megias (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya)
>     Wouter Tebbens (Free Knowledge Institute)
>
>  Submissions Due Date (EXTENDED): April 30, 2008, 11:59pm UTC
>
>  The Free Knowledge, Free Technology Conference (FKFT) is the first
>  international event which will centre on the production and sharing of
>  educational and training materials in the field of Free Software and
>  Open Standards. The FKFT 2008 Conference will bring together around 500
>  people from different continents including government representatives,
>  school and university teachers, IT companies, publishers, and NGO's. By
>  gathering together people from all these groups, we aim to stimulate
>  both present and future collaboration between diverse disciplines,
>  sectors and countries, through the medium of free software programs and
>  the sharing of successful experiences related to free software and free
>  technologies.
>
>  The Free Knowledge Institute and the SELF Consortium (Internet Society
>  Netherlands, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Free Software Foundation
>  Europe, Goteburg University, Internet Society Bulgaria, Fundacion Via
>  Libre and Tata Institute for Fundamental Research) are preparing the
>  conference and aim to build strong relationships between attendees. The
>  conference partners recognise the vital importance of the collaborative
>  creation and sharing of free educational and training materials on Free
>  Software and Open Standards. Our conference host is the Universitat
>  Oberta de Catalunya.
>
>  Topics
>
>  Original papers, surveys, and presentations on all aspects of Free
>  Software and Education are invited. Submissions must have a strong and
>  visible bearing on the main topics, but can be interdisciplinary in
>  nature and need not be exclusively concerned with Free Software. We
>  welcome full academic papers, opinion pieces, review pieces, artistic,
>  and audio-visual submissions. Possible topics for submission to the
>  various sessions include, but are not limited to:
>
>  1. Free Software and Free Technologies in society:
>
>         * Social implications of Free Knowledge and Free Technologies
>         * Who creates Free Knowledge?
>         * Quality assessment in collaborative authoring systems
>         * Legal issues of Free Knowledge
>         * The economy of Free Knowledge and Free Technologies
>
>  2. Free Knowledge and Free Technologies in public bodies
>
>  3. Educating in Freedom:
>
>         * Technological aspects of e-learning
>         * Introducing the SELF Platform
>         * Training Free Technologies advocates
>
>  4. Showcase educational materials in one of the following topics:
>
>         * Introduction to Free Software and Open Standards
>         * Operating systems
>         * Office tools
>         * Educational tools
>         * ERP
>         * VoIP
>
>  Participants are encouraged to prepare Workshops and Train-the-trainer
>  practical sessions introduced by a short talk in any of these topics.
>  For oral communications, case studies and success stories will be
>  favored for acceptance.
>
>  Submission Instructions
>
>  Proposals must be submitted before 30 April 2008. They will consist on a
>  short abstract of the work, no longer than 1.000 words. Acceptance of
>  the proposals will be communicated to authors not later than 15 May 2008.
>
>  On acceptance of the proposal, authors will be required to submit a
>  communication before 15 June 2008. Oral communication proposals will be
>  between 1.500 and 3.500 words, while Workshops and Train-the-trainer
>  sessions will have a shorter introduction (between 500 and 1.500 words)
>  and can be accompanied by slides or other visual material.
>
>  Accepted formats are Open Document, PDF and plain text. Communications
>  must be presented in English.
>
>  If you want to submit a paper, please visit the conference website at
>  http://fkft.eu.
>
>  Submission Preparation Checklist
>
>    1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it
>  before another conference for consideration (or an explanation has been
>  provided in Comments to the Director).
>    2. The submission is in Open Document, PDF or plain text format.
>    3. All URL addresses in the text (e.g., http://www.fkft.eu/) are
>  activated and ready to click.
>    4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics,
>  rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all
>  illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the
>  appropriate points, rather than at the end.
>    5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements
>  outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the
> Conference.
>    6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed track of the conference,
>  authors' names are removed from submission, with "Author" and year used
>  in the bibliography and footnotes, instead of authors' name, paper
>  title, etc.
>
>  Programme Co-Chairs:
>     David Jacovkis (Free Knowledge Institute, Universitat Oberta de
>  Catalunya)
>     Dragoslava Pefeva (Internet Society Bulgaria)
>
>  Programme Committee:
>     Beatriz Busaniche, Fundacion Via Libre, Argentina
>     Shane M. Couglan, Freedom Task Force, FSFE
>     Susan D'Antoni (pending confirmation), UNESCO-IIEP
>     Steven Downes, National Research Counsil, Institute for Information
>  Technology, Canada
>     Nagarjuna G., Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, India
>     Georg Greve, Free Software Foundation Europe
>     Federico Heinz, Fundacion Via Libre, Argentina
>     Masayuki Ida, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
>     Mathias Klang, Gothenburg University, Sweden
>     Rafael Macau, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain
>
>  Submissions Due Date (EXTENDED): April 30, 2008, 11:59pm UTC
>
>  Conference information: http://fkft.eu
>
>  Contact addresses:
>
>  David Megias, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
>  dmegias[at]uoc.edu
>  Tel: (+34) 933 263 735
>  Fax: (+34) 933 568 822
>
>  Wouter Tebbens, Free Knowledge Institute
>  wouter[at]freeknowledge.eu
>  Tel: (+31) 20 8910 319
>  Fax: (+31) 877 844 107
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