European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL 2013) will be held from 22-25 October 2013, in Istanbul, Turkey.
More information about this event find at ECIL website: http://www.arber.com.tr/ecil2013.org/index.php/home
First Call: July 2012
Second Call: October 2012
Third Call: December 2012
Submission deadline for abstarcts: 1 February 2013
Notification of acceptance: 5 April 2013
Deadline for submitting final versions: 15 May 2013
Conference sessions: 22-24 October 2013
Conference tour: 25 October 2013
13th International Symposium of Information Science (ISI) is taking place in Potsdam, Germany, 19-22 of March 2013.
Here you can find more information or go to ISI website: http://www.isi2013.de/en/.
The IFLA Section on Library Theory and Research (LTR) and Section for Education and Training SET) seek papers for an Open Session on the topic “International and Comparative Librarianship: valid, Relevant and Authentic Research and Education”.
This topic has been chosen in accordance ith the main theme of the IFLA conference, “Libraries Now! – Inspiring, Surprising, Empowering.”
Proposals for papers must be submitted by: 10 February 2012
Topics of papers and more detailed info can be found on:
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BOBCATSSS 2013 will take place in Ankara, Tukey at Hacettepe University – Department of Information Management. Co-organizer of the BOBCATSSS 2013 Conference is Royal School of Library and Information Science in Denmark.
Organizing team of the BOBCATSSS2013 decidec to keep Facebook and Twitter Account from previous organizers and to keep friends/followers on social networks. Bobcatsss2013 main topic is: Collections to Connections: Turning the Libraries “Inside-Out”.
You can follow organizers on social networks account and on the website: http://bobcatsss2013.bilgiyonetimi.net/
Looking foreward to seeing you all in Ankara, Turkey!
Professor Anna Maria Tammaro, PhD from University of Parma, Italy was awarded as a BOBCAT of The Year 2012 for her dedicated work in the field of Information Science and as a supporter of students at BOBCATSSS conferences. Professor Tammaro and her students were in organization of BOBCATSSS2010 with Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
Congratulations to Professor Anna Maria Tammaro!
BOBCAT of The Year, BOBCATSSS
The best poster was awarded at BOBCATSSS 2012 held in Amsterdam from 23rd to 25th January 2012.
2nd prize: Julia Alexandra Goltz, Doreen Thiede “Cloud Computing and libraries- a German perspective, Berlin, Germany;
2nd prize: Dydimus Zengenene, Myjarrem Yilmaz “Demand and supply of skills and competences of Information managers in the digital era”. The awarded poster can be seen HERE.
1st prize: Grelda Ortiz, Aina Giones, Eli Ramirez, Spain “Do You See Me? Social Networks in Spain!” The awarded poster can be seen HERE.
Award for the best poster at BOBCATSSS2012 is free conference fee for BOBCATSSS2013 in Ankara, Turkey! Congratulations to winners!
best poster, BOBCATSSS
Issues 26 and 27 of the Euclid Newsletter are now available. #26(2010), #27(2011)
The 20th BOBCATSSS 2012 will take place in Amsterdam from 23rd to 25th January 2012 .
Professionals as well as students in the field of information management are kindly invited to participate in the conference and to contribute to the programme . The main topic will be “Information in E-motion” with the subtopics “E-media in Motion”, “My Information”, “Organisations 2.0” and “Access to Public Information”.
BOBCATSSS 2012 will be organised by students from three universities of applied sciences, namely Hogeschool van Amsterdam (NL), Hanze Hogeschool Groningen (NL), and Stuttgart Media University (GER).
This year there were 194 proposals for papers, workshops and posters. Acceptance notifications will be sent in the first week of November.
1st-2nd June 2011 – Cork, Ireland
The first ASIS&T European Workshop will be held at University College Cork, Cork, Ireland on the 1st and 2nd of June 2011. Organized by the European Chapter of ASIS&T, it is an ideal cross-disciplinary forum to present and encounter work by research students in the fields of information, library and computer science. The workshop will offer a unique networking opportunity where ideas and research can be discussed with fellow future luminaries of the field.
Authors are invited to submit research and position papers describing on the general topic of‘Digital Information and its User’. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to
- User and digital aspects of information and knowledge management and organization
- Information behavior, practices and use
- User Interfaces for Digital Libraries and Digital Heritage Systems
- User Studies for and Evaluation of Digital Library/Digital Heritage Systems and Applications
- Cultural Heritage and Mobility
- Mobile Use of Digital Libraries
- Social Networking, Web 2.0 and Collaborative Interfaces in Digital Libraries
Submissions are invited in one of two formats – a full paper (4 pages, LNCS format) or a poster (2 pages, LNCS format). All accepted contributions will be made available to participants and will also be hosted on the ASIS&T Digital Library. One author will be expected to attend the workshop to present their paper. Prizes for best student paper and poster will be awarded. Authors’ instructions along with LaTeX and Word macro files are available on the web:http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html.
University College Cork is situated in Cork, Ireland. Founded in 1845, the University has grown to cater for a student population of 19,269 through four colleges. More about the University’s significant attractions can be found at UCC’s Virtual Campus Tour site.
In 2011, the conference will be taking place in Szombathely, Hungary from January 31st to February 2nd. It is a cooperation between a team of students and teachers from Szombathely, Eisenstadt (Austria) and Oslo (Norway). The theme for the conference will be Finding new ways. Over the past few years the world and accordingly the field of library and information science have faced a multitude of changes and innovations – and library and information professionals have been given the exciting challenge of changing and innovating right along with them. In the 2011 conference we want to put focus on how to face these challenges head on, through exploring the new ways people use libraries and the new ways in which librarians work.