ACM SIGDOC 2017

Halifax, Nova Scotia
Friday, August 11, 2017
ACM SIGDOC 2017
Friday, August 11, 2017 9:00 AM -
Sunday, August 13, 2017 5:00 PM (Atlantic Time)

Dalhousie University / Atlantica Hotel
6230 Coburg Road
PO Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4R2
Canada

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We ​are ​pleased ​to ​announce ​that ​the ​SIGDOC ​2017 ​Conference ​will ​be ​held ​in ​Halifax, ​Nova ​Scotia, ​August ​11-13. 

This ​year’s ​conference ​features ​exceptional ​speakers ​and ​scholars, ​including ​keynotes ​by ​Dr. ​Karel ​Vredenberg, ​Director, ​IBM ​Design, ​and ​this ​year's ​winner ​of ​the ​SIGDOC ​Rigo ​Award, ​Dr. ​Karen ​Schriver, ​President ​of ​KSA ​Communication ​Design ​& ​Research ​and ​author ​of ​the ​foundational ​text ​Dynamics ​in ​Document ​Design. ​Also ​featured ​will ​be ​an ​array ​of ​workshops, ​an ​academia/industry ​workshop ​and ​lunch, ​the ​SIGDOC ​Research ​Network, ​ignite ​talks, ​and ​the ​Microsoft ​Student ​Research ​Competition. 

We ​are ​happy ​to ​share ​that ​the ​conference ​is ​co-locating ​with ​the ​conference ​of ​the ​Association ​for ​Computing ​Machinery’s ​Special ​Interest ​Group ​on ​Knowledge ​Discovery ​and ​Data ​Mining ​(SIGKDD). ​The ​KDD2017 ​Conference ​presents ​research ​on ​data ​mining, ​data ​science, ​and ​analytics ​and ​will ​take ​place ​after ​the ​SIGDOC ​Conference ​in ​Halifax, ​August ​13-17 ​(http://www.kdd.org/kdd2017/). 

IMPORTANT: ​ ​PLEASE ​REGISTER ​FOR ​THE ​CONFERENCE ​AND ​RESERVE ​LODGING ​BY ​JULY ​10, ​2017 ​TO ​AVOID ​LATE ​REGISTRATION ​RATES. ​ ​If ​registering ​as ​a ​SIGDOC ​or ​ACM ​member, ​please ​locate ​your ​membership ​number ​on ​a ​previous ​ACM ​email ​receipt ​or ​by ​contacting ​ACM ​member ​services ​at ​acmhelp@acm.org. ​ ​SIGDOC membership is strongly encouraged.  ACM membership is also encouraged but not required.  If you became a SIGDOC member for last year's conference, you will need to renew your SIGDOC annual membership again this year so please choose that option when you register.  
 

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