A call for papers — with submissions deadline of 30 August 2010 — has been issued for iConference 2011: The Annual Conference of Information Science Schools (iSchools), to be held 8-11 February 2011 at the Renaissance Hotel, Seattle, Washington, USA. The conference is hosted by the University of Washington Information School.
Papers are invited on the following themes in information science:
- Social inclusion
This conference may be of interest to legal informatics and communication scholars because a number of legal informatics and communication research topics fall within the conference themes, and because legal informatics and communications papers have been presented at previous iConferences, such as Tom Bruce’s paper on ensuring public access to digital legal information at iConference 2010.
For more information, please see the call for papers.
HT Karen Fisher.
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