[Siguse-l] CFP: iConference 2012 | Culture * Design * Society

Richard Hill rhill at asis.org
Thu Aug 4 14:12:05 EDT 2011

[Forwarded for Donald Case.  Dick]

Now Accepting Submissions: iConference 2012
Toronto, Canada
February 7-10, 2012
Greetings to everyone!
We are now accepting submissions for iConference 2012, our seventh annual
gathering of scholars, researchers, and professionals who share an interest
in the critical information issues of contemporary society.
The iConference will include peer-reviewed papers, posters, alternative
events, and workshops—all intended to push the boundaries of information
studies, explore core concepts and ideas, and create new technological and
conceptual configurations. Our four-day event takes place in downtown
Toronto, February 7-10, 2012. The conference theme is: Culture * Design *

Authors and organizers can now submit papers, poster abstracts, alternative
events proposals, and workshop proposals using our secure submissions
website:http://bit.ly/iconf12sub <http://bit.ly/iconf12sub> . All submitting
authors must provide basic information and agree to copyright parameters as
a condition of acceptance and publication. Papers and poster abstracts will
be published in the ACM Digital Library.
In addition, a Doctoral Student Colloquium is being organized, with funding
from the National Science Foundation. Applications for the colloquium are
now being accepted. Learn more
at http://www.ischools.org/iConference12/doctoral/<http://www.ischools.org/i
Conference12/doctoral/> . A Junior Faculty & Postdoc Colloquium is also in
the works.
The iConference series is sponsored by the iSchools, a growing association
of more than 30 Schools, Faculties and Colleges in North America, Europe and
Asia—however, affiliation with the iSchools is not a prerequisite, and we
encourage everyone to participate. Presenting sponsors of iConference 2012
include NSF and Microsoft Research.
* Conference home: http://www.ischools.org/iConference12/2012index
* Submissions site: http://bit.ly/iconf12sub  
* Last Year’s Proceedings: http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1940761
Submission types:
* Papers:  We’re looking for original research, six to eight pages; papers
will be refereed in a blind process, and accepted papers will be published
in the ACM Digital Library.
  Submission deadline: Monday September 12, 2011
  Notification: Early November
  Final version due: Monday December 5, 2011
* Posters: We’re interested in posters presenting new work, preliminary
results and designs, or educational projects. Poster abstracts will undergo
a blind review, and accepted posters will have their abstracts published in
the ACM Digital Library.
  Submission deadline: Monday September 26, 2011
  Notification: Mid November
  Final version due: Monday December 5, 2011

* Workshops: These can be half- or full-day and can focus on any area within
  Submission deadline: Monday September 19, 2011
  Notification: Early October
  Final version due:  Monday October 31, 2011 

* Alternative Events: These can include panels, fishbowls, performances,
storytelling, roundtable discussions, wildcard sessions, demos/exhibitions,
and more. All should be highly participatory, informal, engaging and
  Submission deadline: Monday September 19, 2011
  Notification: Mid November
  Final version due: Monday December 5, 2011
* Doctoral Colloquium: This year’s colloquium will be organized around the
theme of “inquiry.” Applicants will submit a 1,000 word abstract addressing
the question, “What is the nature of inquiry in the information field, what
makes it similar to or different from other areas of research, and what
challenges have you met in your own research in this regard?” Visit our
website for details:http://www.ischools.org/iConference12/doctoral 
 Application deadline: Friday September 30, 2011
  Notification: Late November

Conference Chair
* Jens-Erik Mai, University of Toronto
Papers Chair
* Jonathan Furner, University of California, Los Angeles
Posters Chair
* Paul Marty, Florida State University
Alternative Events Chair
* Philippa Levy, University of Sheffield
Workshops Chair
* Kelly Lyons, University of Toronto
Doctoral Colloquium Co-Chairs
* Hamid Ekbia, Indiana University
* Howard Rosenbaum, Indiana University
Keynote Speakers Chair
* Brian Cantwell Smith, University of Toronto
Publication Chair
* Yuri Takhteyev, University of Toronto
Social Media Chair
* Rhonda McEwen, University of Toronto
Program Committee
* Mark Ackerman, University of Michigan
* Alessandro Acquisti, Carnegie Mellon University
* Jack Andersen, Royal School of Library and Information Science
* Nick Belkin, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
* Jean-François Blanchette, University of California, Los Angeles
* Johan Bollen, Indiana University
* Geoff Bowker, University of Pittsburgh
* Amy Bruckman, Georgia Institute of Technology
* Donald Case, University of Kentucky
* Chen Chuanfu, Wuhan University
* Paul Clough, University of Sheffield
* Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University
* Ron Day, Indiana University
* Melanie Feinberg, University of Texas, Austin
* Robert Glushko, University of California Berkeley
* Sean Goggins, Drexel University
* Sara Grimes, University of Toronto
* David Hendry, University of Washington
* Steven Jackson, Cornell University
* Jim Jansen, The Pennsylvania State University
* Michelle Kazmer, Florida State University
* Anita Komlodi, UMBC
* Christopher (Cal) Lee, University of North Carolina
* Bonnie Mak, University of Illinois
* William Moen, University of North Texas
* Bonnie Nardi, University of California, Irvine
* Heather L. O'Brien, University of British Columbia
* Ee-Peng Lim, Singapore Management University
* Vivien Petras, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
* Kalpana Shankar, University College Dublin
* Elizabeth Shepherd, University College London
* Bo Xie, University of Maryland

Learn more at http://www.ischools.org/iConference12/2012index

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