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-Media, Knowledge & Education 2009  +====== ​Media, Knowledge & Education 2009    ​====== 
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-Exploring visualized and collaborative knowledge spaces +
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-University of Innsbruck +Exploring visualized ​and collaborative knowledge spaces  ​\\ 
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-5th and 6th of november 2009 +
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-For  all the diversity ​of available analyses of present times and social ​ self-descriptions,​ recent years have made the special relevance of media  increasingly obvious. They function as drivers and catalysts in almost ​ all areas of life. Questions of social change, knowledge organization, ​ cultural encounters, political communication,​ or community building ​ cannot be adequately discussed without considering processes of  mediatization. Micro, meso and macro levels all include phenomena of  interdependence and diffusion which have been studied only  rudimentarily. In this context, the catch phrases “Web 2.0” and “social ​ software” have lately been playing special roles in everyday as well as  scientific discourses, yet the assessment of risks and opportunities in  regard to knowledge dynamics and knowledge-political topics differs ​ widely. On the one hand, we see the diagnosis of new forms of the social ​ dissemination of knowledge and the description of potentials of  satisfying information needs and education requirements. On the other  hand, there are warnings about the trivialization of knowledge, the lack  of visual competence, and the spread of illiteracy.+University ​of Innsbruck ​ \\ 
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 +5th and 6th of november 2009  \\ 
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-The  conference focuses on dynamics and transformational processes at the  interfaces of ITsupported medial, social, and organizational ​ developments. It targets inter- and transdisciplinary fields of  discourse between media and communication theory, between knowledge and  education theory, and between (business) information technology, ​ economics, and pedagogy. Accordingly,​ the main concern is not devices, ​ equipment, or software products as such, but rather aspects of knowledge ​ organization and media dynamics, the transformation of processes of  learning, knowledge and education, and the examination of designs of  socio-cultural spaces and of communication processes in media  environments. 
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 +For  all the diversity of available analyses of present times and social ​ self-descriptions,​ recent years have made the special relevance of media  increasingly obvious. They function as drivers and catalysts in almost ​ all areas of life. Questions of social change, knowledge organization, ​ cultural encounters, political communication,​ or community building ​ cannot be adequately discussed without considering processes of  mediatization. Micro, meso and macro levels all include phenomena of  interdependence and diffusion which have been studied only  rudimentarily. In this context, the catch phrases “Web 2.0” and “social ​ software” have lately been playing special roles in everyday as well as  scientific discourses, yet the assessment of risks and opportunities in  regard to knowledge dynamics and knowledge-political topics differs ​ widely. On the one hand, we see the diagnosis of new forms of the social ​ dissemination of knowledge and the description of potentials of  satisfying information needs and education requirements. On the other  hand, there are warnings about the trivialization of knowledge, the lack  of visual competence, and the spread of illiteracy. \\ 
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 +The  conference focuses on dynamics and transformational processes at the  interfaces of ITsupported medial, social, and organizational ​ developments. It targets inter- and transdisciplinary fields of  discourse between media and communication theory, between knowledge and  education theory, and between (business) information technology, ​ economics, and pedagogy. Accordingly,​ the main concern is not devices, ​ equipment, or software products as such, but rather aspects of knowledge ​ organization and media dynamics, the transformation of processes of  learning, knowledge and education, and the examination of designs of  socio-cultural spaces and of communication processes in media  environments. \\ 
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 In the course of this international conference we will apply different perspectives to a variety of topics in connection with\\ ​ In the course of this international conference we will apply different perspectives to a variety of topics in connection with\\ ​
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-• recent forms of visualizing and virtualizing knowledge+• recent forms of visualizing and virtualizing knowledge ​\\  
 +• concepts and practical examples of the collaborative use of digital knowledge tools \\  
 +• the theory and practice of knowledge management and knowledge politics \\  
 +• designing knowledge-intensive processes in businesses and organizations \\  
 +• conceiving organizational and technical infrastructures for learning and knowledge services \\  
 +• composing learning and knowledge services based on tagging, RSS, and mashup technologies \\  
 +• knowledge governance – definition of a framework for decisions in regard to adopting tools of knowledge organization \\  
 +• mobile developments and trends in the professional and personal organization of knowledge 2 \\  
 +• everyday aesthetics and the application of knowledge tools in everyday contexts \\  
 +• media dynamics, continuities,​ and upheavals and their relation to socio-cultural dynamics and knowledge forms \\  
 +•  the performance of cultural practices in formal and informal learning ​ contexts as well as the prospects of new forms of acquisition and  communication in knowledge work \\  
 +• opportunities resulting from the literacy of the eye and the relationship between visual competence and media competence \\  
 +• concepts of media activism and new practices \\ 
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-• concepts and practical examples of the collaborative use of digital knowledge tools 
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-• the theory and practice of knowledge management and knowledge politics 
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-• designing knowledge-intensive processes in businesses and organizations +The  conference is orientated on discourse and will primarily consist of  papers with plenary discussions and workshops. The conference languages ​ are English and German. ​   The international \\ 
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-• conceiving organizational and technical infrastructures for learning and knowledge services +
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-• composing learning and knowledge services based on tagging, RSS, and mashup technologies +
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-• knowledge governance – definition of a framework for decisions in regard to adopting tools of knowledge organization +
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-• mobile developments and trends in the professional and personal organization of knowledge 2 +
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-• everyday aesthetics and the application of knowledge tools in everyday contexts +
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-• media dynamics, continuities,​ and upheavals and their relation to socio-cultural dynamics and knowledge forms +
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-•  the performance of cultural practices in formal and informal learning ​ contexts as well as the prospects of new forms of acquisition and  communication in knowledge work +
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-• opportunities resulting from the literacy of the eye and the relationship between visual competence and media competence +
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-• concepts of media activism and new practices +
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-The  conference is orientated on discourse and will primarily consist of  papers with plenary discussions and workshops. The conference languages ​ are English and German. ​ +
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 conference is hosted by the Innsbruck Media Studies Research Group at \\  conference is hosted by the Innsbruck Media Studies Research Group at \\ 
 the University of Innsbruck, and the Knowledge Management Platform \\  the University of Innsbruck, and the Knowledge Management Platform \\ 
-Austria. +Austria. ​ \\ 
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-Conference organizers:​ +
-A. Univ. Prof. Dr. Theo Hug (Institute of Educational Sciences) and  Univ. Prof. Dr. Ronald Maier (Institute of Information Systems)+
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 +Conference organizers: A. Univ. Prof. Dr. Theo Hug (Institute of Educational Sciences) and  Univ. Prof. Dr. Ronald Maier (Institute of Information Systems) \\ 
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-</​font> ​[[http://​www.uibk.ac.at/​medien/​mwb09/​| +[[http://​www.uibk.ac.at/​medien/​mwb09/​|>>​ Further informations]]
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