[Air-L] Volunteer to Review InSITE Conference Submissions / Call For Participation

McKiernan, Gerard [LIB] gerrymck at iastate.edu
Fri Jul 31 10:04:22 PDT 2009



Posted on Behalf of Eli Cohen / Informing Science Institute/


[ http://informingscience.org/ ]




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Please Volunteer to Review Conference Submissions during December
for the InSITE 2010 Conference


[ http://2010.informingscience.org/  ]


The Informing Science + IT Education (InSITE) Conference brings together
colleagues from diverse fields to share their solutions to common
problems.  Papers are submitted during November for review during
December and early January.  The conference takes place in June.


Please volunteer your expertise as a paper reviewer for the Informing
Science + IT Education Conference. Sign up online at


Reviewers receive a reduction in their conference registration fee, are
acknowledged online and in the printed material, and receive the warm,
fuzzy feeling of gratitude. 


This conference is in three parts.  It takes place June 17 - 24, 2010 in
Bari and Cassino, Italy with onsite visits to various universities and
places of interest. Its website is http://InSITE.nu <http://insite.nu/>
or http://2010.InformingScience.org <http://2010.informingscience.org/>
.  Will you review papers on three or more of the following topics?


Call For Participation 


[ http://2010.informingscience.org/  ]


Technology Enhanced Learning Environments (TeLE)

Includes e-Learning, m-Learning, d-Learning and all other methods of
using technology to enhance learning, such as the following:

Assessment, Evaluation, and Security Issues in Technology Enhanced
Learning ,  Course Design & Pedagogy for Technology Enhanced Learning,
Cultural, Social, & Political Issues in Technology Enhanced Learning,
Issues in the Storage and Use of Learning Objects,  Platforms for
Technology Enhanced Learning,  Research Regarding Technology Enhanced
Learning,  Technology Enhanced Classrooms,  Virtual Communities,  OTHER
Issues Related to Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning

Informing Science and IT Education: 
Includes issues regarding informing systems and the teaching of IT, such
as the following:

Art & Design as Elements of Informing (media, graphics, packaging,
performing arts),  Collaborative Work / Working Together / Teams,
Control, Audit, and Security,  Curriculum Issues,  Decision Making /
Business Intelligence (DM/BI),  Doctoral Studies (theory, practice,
innovation, and research),  E-Commerce and Commerce,  Educational
Assessment & Evaluation,  Emerging Technologies,  Ethical, Social,
Cultural, Legal, and Philosophical Issues,  History / Social Sciences,
Image / Vision / Graphics,  Info & Knowledge Mgmt / Organizational
Learning,  Issues related to Computer Science,  Instructional Design /
How to Teach / New Ways to Teach,  Journalism / Public Relations /
Communications,  Library / Information Science,  Mathematical &
Statistical Issues,  Media & Information Literacy ,  Medical / Health /
Biological Informing Systems,  Misinformation, Disinformation, & Bias in
Informing Systems,  Networks and Telecommunication,  Organizational
Issues,  Project Management & Practice,  Psychological Aspects / HCI /
Usability Issues,  Public, Governmental, Community, and Political
Issues,  Research Methods,  Robotics (Informing non-humans),  Systems
Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Assessment,  Teaching
Cases,  Training for the Teaching of Information Technology,
Visualization of Information,  Web / XML / Internet




Gerry McKiernan

Associate Professor

Science and Technology Librarian

Iowa State University Library

Ames IA 50011


gerrymck at iastate.edu <mailto:gerrymck at iastate.edu>    


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