[SLED] Fwd: [Air-l] ASIS&T AM 07 Call for Participation

Ed Lamoureux ell at bumail.bradley.edu
Wed Oct 18 07:16:18 PDT 2006


cross post of interest


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Richard Hill <rhill at asis.org>
> Date: October 18, 2006 8:30:25 AM CDT
> To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
> Subject: [Air-l] ASIS&T AM 07 Call for Participation
> Reply-To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org, Richard Hill <rhill at asis.org>
>
> Joining Research and Practice: Social Computing and Information  
> Science
> October 18-25, 2007 	    Hyatt Regency 	Milwaukee, Wisconsin
>
> Web 2.0 and social computing are changing the way people use and  
> perceive
> the Internet as well as the ways they work and play. When users are no
> longer simply consumers of information, and become active producers  
> and
> contributors, what are the implications for information science?  
> How are
> social computing and Web 2.0 trends affecting the work of information
> professionals? What current research and applications are shaping  
> future
> directions? ASIS&T 2007 aims to bring together researchers and  
> practitioners
> from all aspects of information science, industry, academe, and  
> information
> professionals for lively discussions and debates about the social  
> aspects of
> information, about all things 2.0 (or looking to the future) or  
> higher.
>
> Please see the complete Call for Participation at
> http://www.asis.org/Conferences/AM07/am07cfp.html
>
> TYPES OF SUBMISSIONS
> Contributed papers
> Contributed papers present original, recent, formally conducted  
> research and
> design projects, theoretical developments, or innovative practical
> applications providing more general insight into an area of  
> practice. These
> are generally reports of completed or well-developed projects on  
> topics
> suitable for publication in scholarly and professional journals.
>
> Contributed posters/short papers
> Two types of posters/short papers are encouraged. Contributed research
> posters present new and promising work or preliminary results of  
> research
> projects. Contributed best practices posters present the results  
> of design
> projects, practical implementations of an organization's practices or
> industry innovations. The content should clearly point out how the
> application advances the state of the art and key challenges, as  
> well as
> potential impact on the participant's organization and/or practices  
> in the
> field. Especially welcome are submissions that discuss applications  
> for
> which a market analysis and/or evaluation of utility has been  
> conducted.
> Joint submissions from researchers and practitioners showing different
> perspectives on a single issue are particularly encouraged. Posters  
> are
> expected to invite questions and discussion in a personal and less  
> formal
> setting.
>
> Technical sessions and panels
> Technical sessions and panels present topics for discussion such as
> cutting-edge research and design, analyses of hot or emerging trends,
> opinions on controversial issues, reports by practitioners on current
> information science and technology projects, and contrasting  
> viewpoints from
> experts in complementary professional areas. Innovative formats  
> that involve
> audience participation are encouraged. These may include panels,  
> debates,
> forums, or case studies.
>
> Pre-conference sessions
> Pre-conference sessions present topics such as theoretical research,
> management strategies, and new and innovative systems or products,  
> typically
> for purposes of concept development or continuing education. Purely
> promotional programs are excluded. Formats may include seminars,  
> courses,
> workshops, and symposia. Sessions are scheduled for half to a full  
> day and
> require a registration fee beyond the regular conference fee.
>
> SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
> Deadlines
>     January 21, 2007         Proposals due for contributed papers,  
> technical
> sessions and panels, and pre-
> 				conference sessions
>     February 25, 2007      Proposals due for contributed posters/short
> papers
>     March 31, 2007         Authors/proposers notified of acceptance
>     May 27, 2007             Final versions due for conference  
> proceedings
>
> All submissions are made electronically via a link from the ASIST  
> Web site
> (http://www.asis.org). Details on acceptable file formats, citation  
> style,
> and specific contact information required in the online submission  
> form are
> on the Web page. Any problems with electronic submissions should be  
> directed
> to:
> Richard Hill, Executive Director (rhill at asis.org)
> ASIS&T, 1320 Fenwick Lane,  Suite 510,  Silver Spring, MD 20910
> Fax: 301-495-0810   Phone: 301-495-0900	rhill at asis.org
>
>
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> Executive Director
> American Society for Information Science and Technology
> 1320 Fenwick Lane, Suite 510
> Silver Spring, MD  20910
> FAX: (301) 495-0810
> (301) 495-0900
>
>
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Edward Lee Lamoureux, Ph. D.
Associate Professor, Multimedia Program
and Department of Communication
Co-Director, New Media Center
1501 W. Bradley
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