Data Modeling Zone (DMZ) Asia Pacific has been released. DMZ is being held in Melbourne on 25 -26 June 2020 at the Crown Promenade.
Data Modeling Zone is a practitioner’s conference that is well known in the US and in Europe as a forum to share experiences with other data professionals and sharpen data modeling expertise.
There are three pre-conference workshops led by International experts Dave Wells, Richard Burton and Steve Hoberman in planning for 22-24 June 2020.
You might want to hold the date! Both DAMA and the Institute for Information Management are supporting the event so members will receive a 10% discount.
Speakers are being sought in five categories:
You can nominate your presentation until 15 October 2019.
Call for Speakers
More Info & RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/Information-Innovation-UTS/events/264488341/
International Right to Know (RTK) Day recognises the community’s right to access government-held information. We will be bringing together experts with multiple perspectives from journalism, politics, public communication, social media, film and information management.
Peter Timmins is a lawyer, former diplomat and longtime advocate for open and accountable government. He writes the Open and Shut Blog and was awarded the Australian Press Council Press Freedom Medal in 2017 for work associated with freedom of information and as founder and at the time convener of the Australian Open Government Partnership Network
Dr Maureen Henninger is currently a Senior Lecturer in the School of Communication at the University of Technology, Sydney. Her teaching and research interests are in information retrieval, information management and data journalism, with particular reference to search in the digital environment and has written books on Internet searching and the hidden Web. More recently, she has been working in the areas of accessibility and preservation of public sector information and open government data and its visualisation for analytical purposes.
Dr Jonathan Marshall is currently a Future Fellow at UTS, working on a project entitled "Society and Climate Change: Social analysis of a disruptive technology".