[Asis-l] Last CFP Digital Divide Minitrack - HICSS 41

Karine Barzilai-Nahon karineb at u.washington.edu
Sun Jun 3 00:28:09 EDT 2007

Sorry for cross-posting

January 7-10, 2008

Mini-Track Chairs:
Karine Barzilai-Nahon <http://www.ischool.washington.edu/karineb>  -
University of Washington - karineb at u.washington.edu - [Primary Contact]
Narcyz Roztocki <http://www2.newpaltz.edu/~roztockn/>  - State
University of New York at New Paltz - roztockn at newpaltz.edu 

Additional details on this track may be found on:

DIGITAL DIVIDE Mini-track Description

The mini-track calls for papers that study the digital divide in
different levels, methods and perspectives. Possible investigations of
the digital divide may focus on international, national, local, sector,
communal, and individual level. Both empirical and theoretical papers
are invited. Potential contributions related to the digital divide may
include, but are not limited to the following: 
*         Conceptualization and theory of digital divide, digital
spectrum and eInclusion
*         Socio-demographic factors- gender, age, education, income,
ethnic diversity, race diversity, language diversity, religiosity 
*         Social and governmental support - for example the use of
supportive initiatives, policy and applications to bridge the gap, or
how society and 
          community impact eInclusion 
*         Access and technology - infrastructure factors 
*         Affordability 
*         Use - skills, frequency and time, locus, autonomy of use, what
do users do online and for what purpose 
*         Accessibility focusing mainly in populations with special
*         Measurements index - e-readiness, DiDix and more 
*         Comparative analysis of policy 
*         Comparative cross-country or cross-region research 
*         Country or region specific case studies 

Important Dates: 

Abstracts: Optional
June 15, 2007: Authors submit full papers to the Peer Review System
August 15, 2007: Acceptance/Rejection notices are sent to Authors via
the Peer Review System.
September 15, 2007: Authors submit Final Version of papers 

This minitrack is part of the Digital Media track.

HICSS conferences are devoted to advances in the information, computer,
and system sciences, and encompass developments in both theory and
practice. Invited papers may be theoretical, conceptual, tutorial or
descriptive in nature. Submissions undergo a double-blind peer referee
process and those selected for presentation will be published in the
Conference Proceedings. 

Submissions must not have been previously published.
For the latest information visit the HICSS web site at: 



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