[Asis-l] 10th biennial ISKO Conference - Culture and Identity in Knowledge Organization -- DEADLINE EXTENDED

Joseph Tennis jtennis at u.washington.edu
Fri Nov 2 12:56:35 EDT 2007

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ISKO 2008 - Montréal. Call for Papers

10th biennial ISKO Conference
Culture and Identity in Knowledge Organization

Official Call is OPEN and the DEADLINE EXTENDED to NOVEMBER 16

The 10th biennial International Conference of the International Society for Knowledge Organization (ISKO) is organised and hosted by the École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l'information, Université de Montréal.

Previous ISKO conferences took place in Darmstadt (1990), Madras (1992), Copenhagen (1994), Washington (1996), Lille (1998), Toronto (2000), Granada (2002), London (2004) and Vienna (2006).

Time and Place of ISKO 2008: Tuesday 5 to Friday 8 of August 2008, at the Université de Montréal (Québec, Canada).

Website: http://www.ebsi.umontreal.ca/isko2008/

Contact: isko2008 at gmail.com

Conference Theme: Culture and Identity in Knowledge Organization.
The proposed research topics for this edition include:
- Epistemological Foundations in KO
- Models and Methods
- Systems and Tools  - Ethics
- KO for Libraries, Archives, and Museums - Non-Textual Materials - KO in Multilingual Environments - Users and Social Context - Discourse Communities and KO - KO for Information Management and Retrieval - Evaluation

Types of Contributions Accepted to ISKO 2008 Research papers, posters, and workshop proposals are accepted for this conference.

The authors should clearly outline the central objective or hypothesis of the research, and present preliminary or intermediary results. If authors intend to present their most recent findings (not yet available at the submission date) at the conference, they should clearly indicate their potential significance. Research-in-progress papers may also be submitted but may not be retained if underdeveloped.

Research Papers
Professionals and researchers are invited to submit abstracts with a maximum of 1500 words for full and research-in-progress papers by November 16th, 2007.  Full papers that are not accepted might be retained as posters.

Professionals and researchers are invited to submit abstracts with a maximum of 500 words for posters by November 16th, 2007.

Workshop Proposals
Submission for workshops are also invited.

Review of Contributions
The international programme committee will review the abstracts, and authors will be notified of decisions by December 14th 2007. The deadlines for submission of papers for the printed conference proceedings are below. All abstracts should be submitted through email (isko2008 at gmail.com) by November 16th 2007. Late submission will not be eligible for consideration.

Guidelines for Submission of Abstract
First page should include the following information (copy&paste in your document):
Tenth International ISKO Conference
Montréal, August 5-8, 2008

Author name(s): {fill in}
Affiliation(s): {fill in}
Full contact information: {fill in}
Title: {fill in}
Conference topic: {fill in}
Type of submission: {Paper / Poster / Workshop} Number of words: {fill in} ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The abstract should follow on the second page (no name should appear on this page).

Format: Word or RTF.

Conference Chair
Dr. Clément Arsenault, Associate Professor, École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l'information.
Université de Montréal, Canada. E-mail: clement.arsenault at umontreal.ca

Programme Chair
Dr. Joseph T. Tennis, Assistant Professor, The Information School of the University of Washington, Seattle, USA.
E-mail: jtennis at u.washington.edu

Poster Session Chair
Dr. Michèle Hudon, Associate Professor,
École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l'information.
Université de Montréal, Canada. E-mail: michele.hudon at umontreal.ca

Programme Committee
Jack Andersen, Royal School of Library and Information Science
José Angel Martínez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Tom Baker, Dublin Core Metadata Initiative
Clare Beghtol, University of Toronto
Michael Buckland, University of California-Berkeley
D. Grant Campbell, University of Western Ontario
Allyson Carlyle, University of Washington
Jonathan Furner, University of California-Los Angeles
Claudio Gnoli, University of Pavia
Rebecca Green, Dewey Decimal Classification, OCLC
Birger Hjørland, Royal School of Library and Information Science
Elin K. Jacob, Indiana University
Barbara Kwasnik, Syracuse University
Traugott Koch, Max Planck Digital Library, Berlin
Kathryn La Barre, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Maria López-Huertas, Universidad de Granada
Ia McIlwaine, University College London
Jens-Erik Mai, University of Toronto
Eva Méndez Rodríguez, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Shawne Miksa, University of North Texas
William Moen, University of North Texas
Widad Mustafa, Université de Lille 3
Marianne Lykke Nielsen, Royal School of Library and Information Science
Peter Ohly, Sozialwissenschaftliche Fachinformation
John Old, Napier University
Hope Olson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Uta Priss, Napier University
Jian Qin, Syracuse University
Ali Shiri, University of Alberta
Alexander Sigel, Semantic Knowledge Services
Richard Smiraglia, Long Island University
Stuart Sutton, University of Washington
Douglas Tudhope, University of Glamorgan
Martin van der Walt, Stellenbosch University
Marcia Zeng, Kent State University

Authors will be requested to submit their final accepted contributions using the ISKO 2008 formatting guidelines.

Valid Document Formats: Microsoft Word (.doc) and Rich Text Format (.rtf).

Submission for Accepted Papers and Posters
-   Papers - max. 7 pages (~3500 word). Papers will be published in
the printed proceedings.
-   Posters - max. 2 pages (~1000 words). Posters will be published
on the website.
-   To prepare your camera ready manuscript you must use and conform
to the ISKO 2008 paper template or to the ISKO 2008 poster template.
The templates and guidelines will be posted on the website at a later date.
-   Failure to conform to templates will lead to paper rejection from
Proceedings and Conference.
-   The working language of the conference is English.

Important Dates
-   Abstract submission, deadline: November 16th 2007.
-   Notification of acceptance of paper submissions: December 14th 2007.
-   Notification of acceptance of posters: January 18th 2008.
-   Camera ready papers due in MS Word/RTF format: 1st March 2008.

Contact: isko2008 at gmail.com

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