[Air-l] FW: ICIS Workshop CFP - (Virtual) Community Informatics
mgurst at vcn.bc.ca
Thu Sep 12 23:33:19 PDT 2002
(Virtual) Community Informatics Workshop
held in conjunction with
the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2002
Sunday December 15, 2002
We cordially invite you to participate in the (Virtual) Community
Informatics Workshop, held the day before ICIS 2002. Researchers,
students and practitioners interested in the areas of community
informatics and virtual communities are welcome to submit either a
position statement or a full paper for presentation.
(Virtual) Community Informatics lies at two cross-roads: bringing
together people concerned with Local and Virtual or On-line
Communities, and bringing together the researchers and practitioners
(developers, leaders and participants) in these two domains.
Community Informatics is the study of information and communications
technology to support communities and their processes. (Virtual)
Community Informatics promotes the cross-fertilization found at this
cross-roads, bringing together researchers and practitioners from
many varied disciplines.
Workshop Program Overview
- keynote address
- overview of and current issues in Community Informatics
- paper presentations
- short overview of several nascent Virtual Community Informatics activities
- general discussion
The workshop's focus will be on opportunities for the field of
Information Systems to support both virtual and local communities.
For further information and submission details, please see the
workshop Web site:
Stay Informed on Virtual Community Informatics
If you would be interested in further developments concerning
(Virtual Community) Informatics, please email Michael Bieber
(bieber at oak.njit.edu) or Mike Gurstein (gurstein at njit.edu).
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