29 Eylül 2010 Çarşamba
22 Eylül 2010 Çarşamba
An Invitation for a Full-day Workshop @ ICIDS 2010,
October 31st, 2010, Edinburgh UKOrganisers:
Hartmut Koenitz, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Mads Haahr, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Gabriele Ferri, University of Bologna, Italy
Tonguc Ibrahim Sezen, Istanbul University, TurkeyWe cordially invite you to participate in our workshop at this year's ICIDS conference. We will discuss the issue of terminology and associated meaning originating in diverse disciplines and the consequences for the field of interactive digital storytelling. For example, researchers originally trained in a specific field often continue to use the terminology they are familiar with, sometimes unaware of the potential misunderstandings that may arise. As a consequence, both the internal discussion amongst scholars and practitioners in the field of Interactive Storytelling Design and the external one with researchers from more traditional fields within the humanities and computer sciences have become difficult and prone toterminological misunderstandings.The discussion is aimed to arrive at strategies for developing a shared, inclusive vocabulary for interactive storytelling research. A panel of experts - including Professor Janet Murray - will react to the discussion help to situate the workshop within the field.Target audience: Researchers and Practitioners in the field of Interactive Digital Storytelling interested in improving academic and practical exchange and discussions by working towards a shared vocabulary for the field of interactive digital storytelling.
For a more detailed description of the workshop, please visit http://snaps.gatech.edu/ICIDS2010/
You can register to the workshop by sending an email to email@example.com
10 Eylül 2010 Cuma
* Keynote Speaker (confirmed)
Associate Professor Helen Armstrong, School of Information Systems, Curtin University, Australia
* Conference Background and Goals The IADIS Internet Technologies & Society 2010 Conference (ITS 2010) aims to address the main issues of concern within WWW/Internet as well as to assess the influence of Internet in the Information Society.
Broad areas of interest are Internet Technologies, Information Management, e-Society and Digital Divide, e-Business / e-Commerce, e-Learning, New Media and e-Society, Digital Services in e-Society, e-Government / e-Governance and e-Health. These broad areas are divided into more detailed areas (see below). However innovative contributes that do not fit into these areas will also be considered since they might be of benefit to conference attendees.
* Format of the Conference The conference will comprise of invited talks and oral presentations. The proceedings of the conference will be published in the form of a book and CD-ROM with ISBN, and will be available also in the IADIS Digital Library (online accessible). The authors of the best papers will be invited to provide revised and expanded versions in English to be considered for publication in the following journals: “International Journal of Web Portals (IJWP)” - special issue http://www.igi-global.com/ijwp (ISSN: 1938-0194) and “Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research” http://www.jtaer.com/ (ISSN: 0718–1876).
* Types of submissions Full and Short Papers, Reflection Papers, Posters/Demonstrations, Tutorials, Panels and Doctoral Consortium. All submissions are subject to a blind refereeing process.
* Topics related to Internet Technologies and the Information Society are of interest. These include, but are not limited to the following areas and topics:
Internet Technologies - Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) - Intelligent Agents - Intelligent Systems - IS Security Issues - Mobile Applications - Multimedia Applications - e-Payment Systems - Protocols and Standards - Semantic Web and XML - Services, Architectures and Web Development - Software Requirements and Web Architectures - Storage Issues - Strategies and Tendencies - System Architectures - Telework Technologies - Ubiquitous Computing - Virtual Reality - Web 2.0 technologies - Social Networking and Marketing - Wireless Communications
Information Management - Computer-Mediated Communication - Content Development - Cyber law and Intellectual Property - Data Mining - e-Publishing and Digital Libraries - Human Computer Interaction and Usability - Information Search and Retrieval - Knowledge Management - Policy Issues - Privacy Issues - Social and Organizational Aspects - Virtual Communities - Internet and Disability - Internet and Aging Population
e-Society and Digital Divide - Social Integration - Social Bookmarking - Social Software - e-Democracy - Social Integration
e-Business / e-Commerce - Business Ontologies and Models - Digital Goods and Services - e-Business Models - e-Commerce Application Fields - e-Commerce Economics - e-Commerce Services - Electronic Service Delivery - e-Marketing - Languages for Describing Goods and Services - Online Auctions and Technologies - Virtual Organisations and Teleworking
e-Learning - Collaborative Learning - e-Mobile Learning - Curriculum Content Design & Development - Delivery Systems and Environments - Educational Systems Design - e-Citizenship and Inclusion - e-Learning Organisational Issues - Evaluation and Assessment - Political and Social Aspects - Virtual Learning Environments and Issues - Web-based Learning Communities
New Media and e-Society - Digitization, heterogeneity and convergence - Interactivity and virtuality - Citizenship, regulation and heterarchy - Innovation, identity and the global village syndrome - Internet Cultures and new interpretations of “Space” - Polity and the Digitally Suppressed
Digital Services in e-Society - Service Broadcasting - Political Reporting - Development of Digital Services - Freedom of Expression - e-Journalism - Open Access
e-Government /e-Governance - Accessibility - Democracy and the Citizen - Digital Economies - Digital Regions - e-Administration - e-Government Management - e-Procurement - e-Supply Chain - Global Trends - National and International Economies - Social Inclusion
e-Health - Data Security Issues - e-Health Policy and Practice - e-Healthcare Strategies and Provision - Legal Issues - Medical Research Ethics - Patient Privacy and Confidentiality
* Important Dates: - Submission deadline (last call): 4 October 2010 - Notification to Authors (last call): 22 October 2010 - Final Camera-Ready Submission and Early Registration (last call): Until 5 November 2010 - Late Registration (last call): After 5 November 2010 - Conference: Perth, Australia, 29, 30 November and 1 December 2010
* Conference Location The conference will be held in Perth, Australia.
* Secretariat IADIS Secretariat - IADIS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES & SOCIETY Rua Sao Sebastiao da Pedreira, 100, 3 1050-209 Lisbon, Portugal E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org/ Web site: http://www.its-conf.org/
* Program Committee Conference and Program Co-Chairs
Piet Kommers, University of Twente, The Netherlands Tomayess Issa, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia Pedro Isaías, Universidade Aberta (Portuguese Open University), Portugal
* Co-located events Please also check the co-located event: International Higher Education 2010 (http://www.ihe-conf.org/) - 29, 30 November and 1 December 2010
* Registered participants in the Internet Technologies & Society conference may attend International Higher Education conference sessions free of charge.