Međunarodni simpozij informacijskih znanosti (ISI 2015), Zadar: poziv na sudjelovanje (26.08.2014)
Organizatori upućuju poziv na aktivno sudjelovanje u radu 14. međunarodnog simpozija informacijskih znanosti (ISI 2015) koji će se od 19. do 21. svibnja 2015. godine održati na Sveučilištu u Zadru.
ISI (International Symposium of Information Science) je međunarodna konferencija koja jednom u dvije godine okuplja znanstvenike, istraživače i studente u području informacijskih znanosti iz Europe i svijeta, kako bi zajednički raspravili ključne teme i probleme povezane s informacijama u umreženom društvu.
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Franjo Pehar (predsjednik organizacijskog odbora) & Christian Schloegl (predsjednik programskog odbora)
CONFERENCE HOMEPAGE: www.isi2015.eu
DATE AND LOCATION: May 19 - 21, 2015 at the University of Zadar, Zadar, Croatia
German Academic Association for Information Science (Hochschulverband Informationswissenschaft e. V.) and
Department of Information Sciences at the University of Zadar
in association with the Association of Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T)
CONFERENCE TOPIC: “Re:inventing Information Science in the Networked Society”
ISI 2015 takes place at a time of ongoing changes in today’s networked society. Recent Internet developments have made it possible to access ever rising amounts of data and efficient analysis tools empower users to identify patterns which extend their human mind. Easy-to-use web services also allow users to be producers of information, a development which is subsumed under the term social web. Social tagging systems, for instance, provide users with the opportunity to perform activities which were primarily associated with librarians and information specialists before. Furthermore, science makes extensive use of collaboration, information sharing and information distribution which are available through network technologies (big data). Finally, Digital Humanities has emerged as a new research domain in recent years. These changes have a strong effect on both information science and practice which are to be discussed at ISI 2015.
SUBMISSIONS: Particularly desirable are papers that deal with the following topics, although contributions covering other subjects in the wider field of information science and neighbouring disciplines are welcome as well:
1. Information Science - Interdisciplinary Aspects and Cross-disciplinary Fertilization
Information Science: so broad - so small!
Information science vs. Web science
Digital humanities research across disciplines and cultures
LIS schools and digital humanities syllabi - convergence issues in information science education
2. Information Science in Today’s Networked Society
Changing face of information science professions
Digital Collections and Connections
3. Information Science and “Big Society”
Information science vs. data science
Semantic data meets big data
Information retrieval, information discovery, visualizing and mapping tools and approaches
Privacy concerns - the “vitreous user”
Danger of “information monopolies” - the winner takes it all?
New required competencies of information specialists
4. Changes in Scholarly Communication
Everything open: access, data, reviewing
New forms of scholarly publishing: blogs, tweets, wikis, crowdsourcing
Use of social media in scholarly communication: social reference management systems, social networking cites, etc.
Altmetrics (readership/bookmarks, mentions, likes, etc.) as alternatives to citations in research evaluation?
5. Decolonizing description: critical approaches and innovations
Description in liminal spaces: subverting systems to liberate description
Moving across diverse standards
Archives, libraries, museums integration through metadata
Decolonising international/national standards
Social tagging and participative metadata practices: alternative and/or welcomed practices and their impact on catalogue/finding aids (authority, trust, authenticity)
Submissions can be made in the following forms:
(1) Long papers (max. 12 pages)
(2) Short papers (max. 5 pages)
(3) Posters (max. 2 pages)
(4) Panel suggestions (max. 2 pages, incl. naming of a panel chair, participants and a topic plan)
(5) Student presentations
(6) Doctoral thesis presentations
Besides these submission options, there is a special call for the Gerhard Lustig Master Thesis Award.
Contributions must be submitted in English and be original work. Proposed submissions will be reviewed by at least two members of the programme committee.
Format guidelines for all types of submissions are available at www.isi2015.eu
Deadline for submissions: January 10, 2015
Notification of acceptance: beginning of February 2015
Deadline for the submission of revised manuscripts: February 28, 2015
All submissions must be made online at www.isi2015.eu
All accepted contributions will be published in a proceedings in print and made available online in digital repositories.
PRE- AND POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS:
On May 18, 2015, there will be two pre-conference workshops on:
(1) Digital Humanities and the technologies of the semantic web organized by Gordon Dunsire (consultant, Edinburgh, UK), Mirna Willer and Marijana Tomic (University of Zadar, Croatia), and Manuel Burghardt (University of Regensburg, Germany)
(2) Decolonizing description: critical approaches and innovations organized by Anne J. Gilliland (University of California at Los Angeles), Mirna Willer and Marijana Tomic (University of Zadar, Croatia)
After ISI 2015, a workshop will be held by ASIS&T European Chapter in Osijek on May 22nd - 23rd, Bus transfer from Zadar to Osijek will be organised after the end of the conference.
For further information concerning the different submission types, please have a look at the conference homepage at www.isi2015.eu