Is Anyone Attending the Information Architecture Summit?

March 16, 2009
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I just noticed a post by Peter Morville today about a flex track session he’s trying to organize at the IA Summit this week to discuss challenges and brainstorm about the relationship between practice and research in information architecture. I’m not attending the summit myself, but if anyone here is, I hope they’ll participate and report back on what they learn.

I just noticed a post by Peter Morville today about a flex track session he’s trying to organize at the IA Summit this week to discuss challenges and brainstorm about the relationship between practice and research in information architecture. I’m not attending the summit myself, but if anyone here is, I hope they’ll participate and report back on what they learn.

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