Archive for the ‘CFP’ Category

February 24, 2011 Off

altmetrics11: Tracking scholarly impact on the Social Web

By in CFP, Conferences, e-Science, Social Media, Web 2.0

Tweet Koblenz (Germany), 14-15 June 2011 An ACM Web Science Conference 2011 Workshop Keynote: Mike Thelwall, University of Wolverhampton: “Evaluating online evidence of research impact” Call for papers The increasing quantity and velocity of scientific output is presenting scholars with a deluge of data. There is growing concern that scholarly output may be swamping traditional [...]

November 13, 2009 3

The Changing Dynamics of Scientific Collaborations

By in CFP, Collaboration, e-Science, Social Media, Web 2.0, Writing

Tweet Call for participation for a workshop at CSCW 2010 [submission deadline: November 20, 2009] The confluence of two major trends in scientific research is leading to an upheaval in standard scientific practice and collaborative technologies. A new generation of scientists, working in large-scale collaborations, is repurposing social software for use in collaborative science. Existing [...]

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July 14, 2008 5

Science in the 21st Century

By in CFP, Conferences, Social Media, Web 2.0

Tweet (Conference announcement via Gerry McKiernan) Science in the 21st Century: Science, Society, and Information Technology Waterloo, Ontario, Sep 8-12, 2008. Times are changing. In the earlier days, we used to go to the library, today we search and archive our papers online. We have collaborations per email, hold telephone seminars, organize virtual networks, write [...]

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November 8, 2006 0

Learning Technologies and Cognition

By in CFP, Cognitive science

Tweet I receive from Itiel Dror (Southampton) the announcement of a relevant call for paper for a special issue of Pragmatics & Cognition, focusing on learning technologies: Learning technologies have been taking an increasing role in almost all learning environments. They are used in a variety of informal and formal educational environments, from early years [...]