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CCPA Annual General Meeting 2011




On 6 December 2011, the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Europeana Council of Content Providers and Aggregators (CCPA) takes place. This meeting is by invitation only. The CCPA AGM takes place at the Beurs-WTC, Rotterdam, during the pre-conference day of DISH2011.

The CCPA Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on 6 December 2011 at the World Trade Center Beurs in Rotterdam, alongside DISH2011, the biennial international conference on digital strategies for heritage.

CCPA AGM
The AGM will reflect on the work of partners and Europeana during the past year and inform and influence the work for the coming 2 years. All 250 plus members of the Council of Content Providers and Aggregators (CCPA) are invited to attend and travel will be reimbursed under Europeana V2.

Topics
Participants will discuss the challenges of the changing European cultural and information landscape and outline possible directions of future development. Work group members will also elect new group chairs and decide on key relevant issues they will work on in 2012. The overall theme of the conference will build on the work of Polish Presidency Strategic ConferenceEuropean Cultural Commons.

There will be plenty of time and opportunities for networking and special lounge area has been designated for birds of a feather talks or informal meetings.
There will be a reception on the evening of the 6 December for all CCPA members.

DISH2011 discount
In addition, those of you who wish to attend the DISH conference can do so at a special discount price of 220 EUR (1 day) and 380 EUR (2 days).

More information and registration
Check http://ccpadish.eventbrite.com.
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