Digital Geography in a Web 2.0 World

Late-breaking news from London about an interesting conference (notice by way of Digital Arts and Humanities):

The Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis in association with the National Centre for E-Social Science proudly presents "Digital Geography in a Web 2.0 World", a one-day conference at the Barbican Centre, London ... on 20th February.

It will disseminate the work of the GeoVUE (UCL) and MoSeS (Leeds) nodes as well as covering work undertaken on NCeSS's ESRC-funded Business Engagement project (UCL and Manchester) and the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) SPLINT project (Leceister, Nottingham and UCL).

Participants must register at http://www.casa.ucl.ac.uk/barbican/programme.asp where the program is available. As this event has several lecture sessions it is quite possible to choose which you would like to attend.
Please note: the "programme" link is to a web page with an embedded GIF showing the conference schedule and details. This will prove completely inaccessible to the blind and visually impaired. I have been unable to find a textual version of the programme online. I suggest that, if you need one, you contact CASA, the organizing institution.