InSITE 2011

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Informing Science Institute
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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 for details.

INFORMATION: For information about attending, or sponsoring, InSITE 2011 in Nova Sad Serbia visit or contact Eli or Betty directly at . For information about getting involved with the Informing Science community, please visit

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).

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