Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Evolution or revolution: the future of identity and access management for research

ALPSP member Eduserv is holding a free symposium in London on the 21st of May which you may be interested in attending. Here are the details:

Evolution or revolution: The future of identity and access management for research

Royal College of Physicians, London
Thurs 21 May 2009, 10:00AM - 4:45PM
Free registration - deadline for registrations: Friday 17 April 2009

This symposium will be of value to people with an interest in the impact that the social Web is having on research practice and scholarly communication and the resulting implications for identity and access management. Attendees will gain an insight into the way the research landscape is evolving and will be better informed when making future decisions about policy or practice in this area.

Confirmed presenters include:

James Farnhill, Joint Information Systems Committee; Nate Klingenstein, Internet2; Cameron Neylon, Science and Technology Facilities Council; Mike Roch, University of Reading; David Smith, CABI; John Watt, National e-Science Centre (Glasgow).

If you have any questions about the Symposium, please contact Eduserv at or phone +44 (0)1225 474328.

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