Less than Two Weeks Until iConference 2011 Submission Deadline

iConference 2011
An open conference sponsored by Information Schools of North America, Europe,
and Asia.
Seattle, Washington, USA
February 8 – 11, 2011


***SUBMISSION DEADLINE: August 30, 2010***

Greetings to everyone!

We are now just two weeks from the August 30 submission deadline for iConference
2011. This is the date on which full papers will be due, as well as poster
abstracts and alternative events proposals.

The 2011 iConference will be our sixth annual gathering of researchers and
professionals who share the goal of making a difference through the study of
people, information, and technology. The event will showcase diversity in
research interests and approaches, and demonstrate how the field creates
leadership and impact on a global scale.

The four days will include peer-reviewed papers, posters, and alternative
events. Also being organized is a Doctoral Student Colloquium (the application
deadline is November 1) and a Junior Faculty & Postdoc Colloquium. The event
will be held at Seattle’s Renaissance Hotel, locally hosted by the University of
Washington Information School. Papers and poster abstracts will be published in
the ACM Digital Library.

Authors and organizers can now submit full papers, poster abstracts, and
alternative events proposals at http://www.ischools.org/iConference11/participation/.
The link for author registration and the submission process appears under the
“Instructions for Authors” header. All submitting authors must also provide
basic information and agree to copyright parameters as a condition of acceptance
and publication.

Preconference workshop ideas can be emailed directly to Program Co-Chair Karen
Fisher: fisher@uw.edu.

The iConference is sponsored by the iCaucus, a growing association of over 25
Schools, Faculties, and Colleges in North America, Europe and Asia that focus on
Information. Sponsors include Microsoft Research, Intelius, Serials Solutions,
WebJunction, Washington Research Foundation, and The Seattle Public Library. Our
aim is to build community and promote and share excellence in research on
information challenges and opportunities.

August 30, 2010:  Deadline for Full Papers, Poster Abstracts, Alternative Event
proposals, Preconference Workshops

November 1:       Authors notified; Doctoral Colloquium applications due
December 1:       Final versions submitted

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