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Sponsored i³ conference place available

Special call for applications for early career researchers and practitioners.

i³ is delighted to announce that a full fees paid place at the 2013 conference is available. This includes all conference fees, university accommodation, reasonable travel costs to Aberdeen (up to a maximum of £600 for travel) and access to the social programme. The conference takes place at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland from 25th – 28th June 2013.

For further information on the conference, please go to the i³ 2013 conference website at http://www.i3conference.org.uk.

Applications are open to early career researchers and those in their first professional post who are accepted to submit a full paper for presentation at the 2013 conference. Sponsorship applications will only be considered for those who have been accepted to give a full paper; further submission details on the Call for Papers are available on the conference website.

The successful candidate will be asked to write a short report for the conference website on your reasons for attending, experiences at the conference and the benefits you have taken back to your user community. Part of the report may be used for publicity purposes.

If you would like to be considered for the sponsored place, please send a short statement (max. 500 words) describing how you will benefit from attendance. More details and information on the selection criteria will be available shortly on the Fees and Registration page on the conference website.

Please send your statement as an email attachment to Katie Morrison: k.morrison@rgu.ac.uk. Your statement should be received by 18th January 2013.

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