Posts Tagged: conferences

iConference 2014: See you in Berlin!

I am pleased to announce that our panel, “Social Justice in Library and Information Science,” was accepted to the iConference in Berlin, March 4th-7th.. I look forward to presenting with my esteemed colleagues Dr. Nicole A. Cooke, Dr. Safiya U.

iConference 2014: See you in Berlin!

I am pleased to announce that our panel, “Social Justice in Library and Information Science,” was accepted to the iConference in Berlin, March 4th-7th.. I look forward to presenting with my esteemed colleagues Dr. Nicole A. Cooke, Dr. Safiya U.

IAMCR 2013 update

I am delighted to call IAMCR 2013 in Dublin a success!  Our panel, Free speech, visual discourses and the invisible, included panelists Sarah T. Roberts, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at Western University, Ergin Bulut,

IAMCR 2013 update

I am delighted to call IAMCR 2013 in Dublin a success!  Our panel, Free speech, visual discourses and the invisible, included panelists Sarah T. Roberts, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at Western University, Ergin Bulut,

CFP: iConference 2014, Berlin

Breaking down Walls | Culture, Context, Computing Location: Berlin, Germany Date: 4 – 7 March, 2014 Host: Berlin School of Library and Information Science Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Program: Royal School of Library and Information Science, University of Copenhagen Call for

CFP: iConference 2014, Berlin

Breaking down Walls | Culture, Context, Computing Location: Berlin, Germany Date: 4 – 7 March, 2014 Host: Berlin School of Library and Information Science Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Program: Royal School of Library and Information Science, University of Copenhagen Call for

Thinking about “small data”

I have been seeing an increase in references to “big data” in the numerous listservs, calls for papers, conference topics, and job descriptions that fill my email inbox.   “Big data” is an umbrella term often used to describe data sets

Thinking about “small data”

I have been seeing an increase in references to “big data” in the numerous listservs, calls for papers, conference topics, and job descriptions that fill my email inbox.   “Big data” is an umbrella term often used to describe data sets

CFP: The Dark Side of Digital Conference

CFP: The Dark Side of the Digital Conference The Dark Side of the Digital Conference at the Center for 21st Century Studies (UW-Milwaukee, May 2-4, 2013) At least since the 1980s, the digital has been the occasion for enthusiastic, often

CFP: The Dark Side of Digital Conference

CFP: The Dark Side of the Digital Conference The Dark Side of the Digital Conference at the Center for 21st Century Studies (UW-Milwaukee, May 2-4, 2013) At least since the 1980s, the digital has been the occasion for enthusiastic, often

CFP: Theorizing the Web 2013

Friday, March 1st & Saturday, March 2nd The Graduate Center, CUNY 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY #TtW13 Deadline for Abstracts: Sunday, January 6th Call for Papers: Society has been infiltrated by new digital technologies with potentially profound consequences. It

CFP: Theorizing the Web 2013

Friday, March 1st & Saturday, March 2nd The Graduate Center, CUNY 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY #TtW13 Deadline for Abstracts: Sunday, January 6th Call for Papers: Society has been infiltrated by new digital technologies with potentially profound consequences. It

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CFP: iConference 2013

iConference 2013 | Home Location: Fort Worth, Texas Conference Hotel: Worthington Renaissance Date: Feb. 12-15, 2013 Host: College of Information, University of North Texas   Join us for iConference 2013 The iConference is an annual gathering of scholars and researchers

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CFP: iConference 2013

iConference 2013 | Home Location: Fort Worth, Texas Conference Hotel: Worthington Renaissance Date: Feb. 12-15, 2013 Host: College of Information, University of North Texas   Join us for iConference 2013 The iConference is an annual gathering of scholars and researchers