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Addictions information: designing the future


20th Elisad Annual Meeting

Torino, 9 - 11 October 2008


Location: Associazione Gruppo Abele

Fabbrica delle "E"

corso Trapani, 91 B

10141 Torino



Organiser: Centro Studi, Documentazione e Ricerche del Gruppo Abele

Download a flyer in Italian language: Volantino Elisad Meeting.pdf


Download Registration form:  Regis Form Elisad 2008.doc

Download Call for Papers form:  Call For Papers 2008.doc

Download Workshop/Elisad dinner registration form: Workshop Registration.doc


In addition to being - as usual - a privileged moment for training and studying, this year’s conference celebrates an anniversary of particular relevance to Elisad, the main aim of which is to enable those working in addictions information to exchange knowledge, ideas, and share experiences, in order to improve everybody’s knowledge and professional skills through networking, co-operation among members and promotion of joint planning skills.


In addition to Elisad members, the conference is open to all those – both Italians and foreigners – who, for their work or because they are personally interested, want to study the subject of quality addictions information in detail, especially now, when the internet and the new technologies have deeply revolutionised information as a whole. The meeting is therefore of particular interest to all those working in public and private services, the staff of documentation centres and libraries, and professionals dealing with addictions information.


The theme of the meeting – Addictions information: designing the future - will address Elisad’s aim of meeting the challenges that information professionals and others face in an increasingly technological world, such as open source publishing, information dissemination, information literacy, the impact of the internet upon scholarship and research, and running virtual information services.


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