The mission of Informing Science is Setting Knowledge Free. The purpose is to encourage knowledge sharing & collaboration among the many fields that use information technologies. Areas include: Art, Business, Communications, Data Mgt, Computer Science, eCommerce, Education, eLearning, Literature, History, Philosphy, Government, Health Care, History, Info & Library Science, Journalism, Justice & Law, Math, Management, Military, Philosophy, Psychology, Public Policy, Sociology, & Human Resources, etc.
POSSIBLE PAPER TOPICS: IT education (curriculum, teaching, issues, research, emerging topics); any aspect of knowledge mgt; misinformation/bias in informing; art/design to inform; informing through history; philisophical issues; library sciences; information sciences; infrastructure/accessibility issues; social networking; teaching/mentoring of doctoral students; eportfolios; ebooks; digital publishing; eLearning; Web 2.0 tools in education, & learning objects/repositories
REVIEWERS: Are you willing to review three conference submissions in Dec/Jan & mentor authors with constructive feedback? Reviewers receive $50 in discounts. Visit http://Volunteer.InSITE.nu for details.
INFORMATION: For information about attending, or sponsoring, InSITE 2011 in Nova Sad Serbia visit http://insite.nu or contact Eli or Betty directly at Organizers@InSITE.nu . For information about getting involved with the Informing Science community, please visit http://www.informingscience.org.
All submissions undergo blind review by six or more external referees. Accepted papers are published in either the conference proceedings or one of the Institute's journals.
Journals include: Informing Science; Journal of Information Technology Education; Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects; Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management; International Journal of Doctoral Studies; Journal of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations; and Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. All journals are appropriately indexed & can be found in such indices as: AMSER, DOAJ, EBSCO, ERIC, InSPEC, Ulrichs, Intute, Magistri et Scholares, Index of IS Journals, Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in (Management, Educational Curriculum & Methods, Ed Tech & Library Science).