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9th European Conference on Knowledge Management
Southampton Solent University, Southampton, UK
4-5 September 2008

 




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Conference venue

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John Rees

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Deogratias Harorimana

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David Watkins


Vanessa V. Lawrence


Frank Land


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Summary
Click here to read a brief summary prepared by the Conference Chair of some of the issues raised at ECKM 2008


summary of issues

Who was there?
We have received several requests to make available the author pictures that were posted up at the Conference Registration desk. We hope this (along with the participant list in your conference pack) will help facilitate your personal networking efforts.


Author photos

Keynote presentation
Vanessa Lawrence, our keynote speaker from the Ordinance Survey has made her presentation available to download. It is a large file and may take some time to download depending on the speed of your internet connection. Please be patient.


Keynote presentation

Video
Grzegorz Majewski has captured several presentations as well as segments of the round table debate. Click here to view videos on Grzegorz’s Virtual lab

 

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Conference Chair:           John Rees, Southampton Solent University, UK
Programme Co-Chairs:   
Deogratias Harorimana and David Watkins, Southampton Business School, UK
Keynote Speaker:           
Vanessa Lawrence, Ordinance Survey, UK
                                       Frank Land, London School of Economics, UK

Southampton Solent University is the latest name for a highly vocational higher education institution that can trace its history back over 150 years as a focus for education in the South of England. Situated in the centre of the bustling city of Southampton, adjacent to green parkland and the full range of urban entertainments, the University is dedicated to providing its students with the best range of practical scholarship available anywhere. We take pride in our friendly environment, where our academic stars work closely with the students to develop their skills and learning.

Our 16,000 students study for a wide range of undergraduate degrees, spanning the alphabet from Art, Business, and Computing to Tourism, Yacht Design and Watersports. We also offer many master's degrees and PhDs, plus a variety of professional and short course training. We are located in a major city south of London, the region with the most developed knowledge economy in the UK and the county – Hampshire - with the third highest density of knowledge businesses. So it’s not surprising that Southampton’s two universities play a major role in sustaining and developing this continuing success. As the home of the Ordnance Survey, IBM Hursley Park Research Centre and Roke Manor Research, the city and its surroundings have every reason to welcome the growth of knowledge industry.

Facing the Solent and Isle of Wight, based around the estuaries of the famed rivers Test and Itchen, Southampton has a rich maritime history and was the departure point for the Mayflower and (somewhat less auspiciously) the Titanic. The Solent provides some of the finest yachting and sailing water in the world, as evidenced by the vast numbers using it every day, and Southampton is the leading UK centre for cruise liners. The New Forest begins just outside the city, with its superb cycle paths, wild horses and the justly famed Beaulieu National Motor Museum.

We have every confidence of providing an exciting, worthwhile and intellectually stimulating conference, based in our newly refurbished conference centre. Equally, we have no doubt you will find Southampton, the Solent, and the broader countryside both interesting and captivating.

Come and join us at ECKM 2008, in Southampton!

John Rees
Conference Chair


 

 

 

 

Conference Status

The conference has now closed. You can find information on the next ECKM conference here.

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Publication opportunity

Selected papers from the conference will be considered for publication in a special issue of the Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management. The latest issue, Volume 5, Issue 3, is now available on the journal website.



Note to Authors: Due to the large number of papers expected for this conference, the committee only allows an author to present one paper. Therefore if multiple papers are accepted for presentation different co-authors need to present each paper. Author registration must be completed by 31 July 2008.

Purchase previous conference proceedings  The proceedings for this conference are listed on the Index to Social Sciences & Humanities Proceedings (ISSHP) and the Index to Social Sciences & Humanities Proceedings (ISSHP/ISI Proceedings).

 

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Updated 28 October 2008

 

 

 

 

 

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