Call for Papers
20th Annual Conference , International Information Management Association ,
12-14 October 2009 , Prairie View A & M University , Houston, Texas USA
Theme: Integrating Technology ~ Home, Workplace and Community
The International Information Management Association (IIMA) annual
conferences promote the dynamic exchange of ideas among leading researchers,
educators, developers and practitioners who share their research and
disseminate innovations in education, business and government. The 20th
Annual Conference of the IIMA is devoted to presenting and examining
information technology issues in our global networked environment.
Conference topics include, but are not limited to:
* Distance learning and innovative teaching techniques
* Electronic commerce applications and innovations – public and private
* Web issues, technology, and tools
* ERP and manufacturing issues
* Networks and wireless technologies
* International, cultural, ethical and societal implications
* Database, SOA, Knowledge Management and Intelligent systems
* Organizational issues and case studies
* Business Process Re-Engineering
* Security, privacy, legal and ethical issues
* BioMedical & Clinical Informatics
* Accounting Application and Auditing
* Global Impacts on Economics
* Gaming and Simulations
* Software Engineering
* Sports Knowledge Management & Data Mining
Submission of Papers:
Submissions to IIMA 2009 must not already have been published in a journal,
presented at another conference, or be currently under consideration for
publication or presentation elsewhere. All submissions will be reviewed by
the track chairs, program committee and selected reviewers. All reviews are
double blind. The editorial board will make the final determination whether
the accepted papers are published in the IIMA 2009 Proceedings or qualify
for publication in the journal Communications of the IIMA. The
Communications of the IIMA is a refereed, serial publication of IIMA that is
registered with the US Library of Congress (ISSN: 1543-5970 print copy &
ISSN: 1941-6687 on-line)
Format of Submitted Papers:
Papers should follow the style recommended by the American Psychological
Associations (APA) Publication Manual. The language of the conference and
related publications is English. Each accepted paper must be presented at
the conference and be accompanied by paid registration. Each submitted paper
must include an abstract and must conform to the following format: First
Page: Title, authors, address, phone, fax, email address, abstract. Second
and subsequent pages: Title, full manuscript (limited to 25 double-spaced
pages). Accepted conference papers will be notified by May 1, 2009.
Please submit electronic copy in Word format to the Program Chair, Dr.
Douglas Goings, Douglas.Goings@gcsu.edu no later than April 1, 2009. Any
submission that is received after the deadline, exceeds length requirements,
or does not adhere to the format will be rejected without review.
Submission Panel or Workshop:
The conference will feature sessions on topics of special interest. To
propose a panel, contact the program chair and provide the session topic and
a list of 3-5 potential panelists. To propose a workshop, contact the
program chair with a short description of the proposed workshop.
Submission Deadline: April 1, 2009
Conference Acceptance Notification: May 1, 2009
Final Version Due: July 1, 2009
CIIMA Journal Notification: Rolling Acceptance
For more information, style guidelines, and fee schedule: visit the IIMA
For more information, style guidelines, and fee schedule: visit the IIMA
website: www.iima.org (Revised November 2008
Technical Program Committee members names and their affiliations are available at www.icitst.org
Fellow Immersion Alums,
Call for Poster Sessions: Bringing the Immersion Program Back Home
Saturday July 11, 2009 3:30-5:30
ALA Annual Conference in Chicago
Alumni of the Institute for Information Literacy Immersion Program are recognized as leaders in teaching lifelong learning skills, improving techniques for assessing learning outcomes and in creating environments of discovery. The four Immersion Tracks are: Teacher Track, Program Track, Intentional Teacher Track, and the Assessment Track.
The ACRL Immersion Alumni Program Planning Working Group is looking for individuals or groups who have participated in the Information Literacy Immersion Program to submit an application for a poster session. The purpose of the poster sessions will be to provide an informal forum for the exchange of ideas and research related to the Immersion experience. Apply to share your successes and challenges at the 2009 ALA Annual Conference.
Poster presenters will have 30 minutes to present after the 60 minute panel session.
Poster sessions will be refereed by the Working Group. We encourage alumni to participate; refereed posters aid tenure track librarians with promotion and tenure.
Poster session topics might include but are not limited to:
Poster session proposals should include:
Criteria for refereed poster session acceptance include:
Poster proposals will be reviewed and selected by the committee. Send proposals as an attached word document to Betty_Braaksma@UManitoba.CA
The deadline for submission is April 13, 2009. Peer review of submissions will be completed in April – May and notifications of acceptance will be sent on or before May 11, 2009.
Julie Planchon Wolf
Reference & Instruction/Nursing Librarian
Serving Cascadia Community College and the University of Washington Bothell
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Are you an LIS student interested in activism and the struggle for social justice? Do you stay awake at night thinking about how your politics might inform your professional practice?
The MIRIAM BRAVERMAN MEMORIAL PRIZE, a presentation of the Progressive Librarians Guild (PLG), is awarded each year for the best paper about some aspect of the social responsibilities of librarians, libraries, or librarianship. Papers related to archivists, archives, and archival work are also eligible.
The winning paper will be published in the Summer 2009 issue of Progressive Librarian. The winner of the contest will also receive a $300 stipend to help offset the cost of travel to and from the 2009 American Library Association annual conference in Chicago, IL. The award will be presented at the annual PLG dinner.
Think you might be interested? Here’s the fine print:
1. Contestants must be library and/or information science students attending a graduate-level program in the United States or Canada.
2. Entries must be the original, unpublished work of the contestant, and must be written in English. Entries may not exceed 3,000 words, and must conform to MLA in-text citation style.
3. To facilitate the blind review process, each entry must include a cover sheet providing the contestant’s name, full contact information (address, phone number, e-mail address), name of the institution where the contestant is enrolled, and the title of the paper. No identifying information, other than the title, should appear on the paper itself.
4. Entries must be submitted electronically, in Microsoft Word or RTF format, to bravermansubmissions at gmail.com. Entries must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. CST on May 1, 2009.
5. The $300 stipend is available only to help defray the cost of ALA conference attendance; if the winner of the contest is unable to attend, the money will remain in the Braverman Prize endowment fund and may be donated to a progressive cause at the discretion of the selection committee.
Any questions regarding the contest or the selection process can be directed to the chair of the selection committee, Marcel LaFlamme, at mlaflamme at indycc.edu.
Call for Authors
Work is beginning on the 2010 edition of EMTY.
This volume has been published for 34 years providing a timely snapshot of issues in the field of Instructional Technology,
Library and Information Science, and School Library Media.
You can read more about the 2009 edition at:
In particular we are seeking submissions for the section on School and Library Media.
Your research can make a valuable contribution in identifying current trends in libraries for the coming year.
Manuscripts should be research or scholarly in nature and consist of 3000-5000 words in APA style.
The audience for our book includes academic professionals and faculty, IT researchers, librarians and K-12 practitioners
(especially media specialists and technology coordinators).
Topics can be theoretical, empirical, or practical, but the material must be scholarly in tone.
For more information, contact S. A. Jones – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently accepting chapter proposals (title, abstract, 1-2 page summary).
Full manuscript due April 15, 2009.
Stephanie. A. Jones, Ph.D.
Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology
University of Georgia
Editor, Educational Media and Technology Yearbook
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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