The iConference 2017 submission deadline is Sept. 16. This applies to all papers, posters, proposals and applications. Authors are encourged to begin finalizing their work in advance of this fast-approaching deadline.
iConference 2017 will take place March 22-25, 2017, in Wuhan, China. The theme of this first-ever Asia-based iConference is “Effect • Expand • Evolve: Global Collaboration Across the Information Community.”
Authors can consult the following pages for more information:
- Special Chinese Papers Track
- Sessions for Interaction and Engagement
- Doctoral Dissertation Award
- Doctoral Student Colloquium
- Early Career Colloquium
- iSchool Best Practices
- iSchools and Industry Partnership
Authors and organizers can now submit materials using our secure submissions website: https://www.conftool.com/iConference2017/. The official proceedings will be published in the open access Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship (IDEALS). All submissions must be received by end-of-day Sept. 16.
iConference 2017 is jointly hosted by the Wuhan University School of Information Management and Korea’s Sungkyunkwan University Library & Information Science and Data Science Department. The 3,500-year-old city of Wuhan represents a combination of ancient culture and modern living, and conference participants are assured a memorable and rewarding experience.
As always, the iConference will include peer-reviewed papers, posters, workshops and sessions for interaction and engagement, interspersed with multiple opportunities for networking. Early career and next generation researchers can engage in the Doctoral Student Colloquium and Early Career Colloquium.
New this year are special conference programs focused on iSchool Best Practices, and also on iSchools and Industry Partnerships. In addition, there will be a special track for papers originating in China.
The iConference brings together scholars and researchers addressing critical information issues in contemporary society. The iConference pushes the boundaries of information studies, explores core concepts and ideas, and creates new technological and conceptual configurations—all shaping interdisciplinary discourses. Affiliation with a member iSchool is not required—all information scholars, researchers, and practitioners are encouraged to make submissions. Visit the iConference website for more information.
The iConference is presented by the iSchools organization, a worldwide association of information schools dedicated to advancing the information field, and preparing students to meet the information challenges of the 21st Century. The event is sponsored by Microsoft Research, and other sponsorship opportunities are available.