Making Links 2008: Community – Responsibility – Sustainability
the conference where social action and technology converge

11th – 14th November 2008 at The University of Melbourne

Only 20 sleeps before the conference begins – register now at:

Horse Bazaar Digital Arts Festival, Tuesday 11th November
We are very pleased to showcase exciting and engaging community
produced films and digital stories at the Horse Bazaar digital bar,
Tuesday 11th November 6pm. This should be a great night, with diverse
viewing entertainment plus opportunities to network amongst pizza and
drinks aplenty. While the exact program is yet to be confirmed,
contributors of films include the Australian Centre for the Moving
Image (ACMI), Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE), Vibewire’s
Reelife youth film festival, and Straight Arrows, a service for HIV
positive heterosexuals and their families in Victoria. Tickets are
$15. Register at to ensure your seat.
Remaining tickets (if any) will be available at the door.

Intensive Web Day, Friday 14th November
We only have limited space for participants in the intensive web day
on Friday November 14. Register now so you don’t miss out. The final
program is now available on the Making Links website. The day will
cost $66 (Including GST) if you are also registering for Making Links,
and $110 (including GST) if you are not.

About Making Links
The Making Links Conference is Australia’s leading forum for the not-
for-profit and community sectors to showcase their work and to explore
current and emerging new media and information and communications
technology. This year Making Links is focusing on how technology can
enhance and support social inclusion. For more information about
Making Links, visit the website at

Making Links Conference venue is disability accessible.

Conference Chair
Jill Sergeant, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO)

Organising Committee
Marcus Foth, Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of
Nathan Frick, Vibewire
Simon Gee, DonorTec / Connecting Up
Sriram Guddireddigari, Infoxchange Australia
Jonathan Hallett, WA Centre for Health Promotion Research, Curtin
University of Technology
Jason King, Consultant
Liliana Ruti, Information and Cultural Exchange (ICE)
Dinna Tayao, Infoxchange Australia