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AIfIA Sponsors Conference on Effective Search, Retrieval and Navigation
December 2, 2004 -- How do we present information to help users find the content they need? Find out more about current best practices at the Ark Group's upcoming conference on Effective Search, Retrieval and Navigation.
The conference takes place in Sydney, Australia on February 23-24, 2005. Aimed at information management professionals, the conference will critically assess the challenges around optimizing your search. Participants will learn shared best practices for search-ability and navigability from leading, multi-national organizations.
"We are pleased to support this important conference," said AIfIA President Victor Lombardi. "As online information continues to proliferate, developing effective strategies to support information retrieval becomes a critical competency for all organizations."
AIfIA members receive a 15% discount on the entire event by citing the discount code SO-AI on their registration. In addition, AIfIA will raffle off one free pass to members on December 13, 2004.
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Put "Effective Search Pass" in the subject line
- Send the email by 8 a.m. Mountain Standard Time on December 13, 2004 (that's 3 p.m. GMT)
An AIfIA board member will randomly select a winner, and announce it to the AIfIA members list (join now to subscribe) by December 15. If the winner can't attend, we'll offer it to the other respondents in the order their emails were received.
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