The deadline for iConference 2020 full research papers and short research papers is Sept. 16, 2019. This means that, as of press time, authors now have three weeks to finalize and submit their research findings. Papers accepted for presentation at iConference 2020 will be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
iConference 2020 will take place March 23-26, 2020 in Borås, Sweden. Jointly hosted by the University of Borås and Oslo Metropolitan University (Norway) and presented by the iSchools, this is the 15th event in the annual iConference series. Papers on all current critical information issues are invited; contributions within the 2020 conference theme of Sustainable Digital Communities are particularly encouraged. Participants are invited to discuss sustainability from ethical, social, ecological, economic and technological perspectives. This includes trusting communities, equality, openness, privacy, cultural heritage and access to digital worlds.
In addition to research papers, iConference 2020 seeks research posters, visions papers, workshop proposals and proposals for interactive sessions; all are due Sept. 23. Doctoral Colloquium applications are also due Sept. 23; meanwhile, applications for the Early Career Colloquium and Student Symposium are due Oct. 15.
All information scholars, researchers and practitioners are welcome to make submissions and participate at the iConference, whether they are with a member-school or elsewhere; affiliation with the iSchools organization is not required.
Visit the iConference website for more information, and follow the conference on Facebook and Twitter, #iconf2020. Participant registration will open in mid-November.