The iilresearch network will host an information literacies track at next year’s CoLIS in Copenhagen, Denmark. We are hoping that this will mean that a number of interesting information literacies research papers will be presented. This continues the IL presence at the CoLIS conference from London in 2010 where we gathered for a popular research seminar. There will also be a new award: the iilresearch Best Information Literacies Paper Award will be given to the best paper!
The call for papers can be found at http://www.iva.dk/english/colis8/call-for-information-literacies-track/ and is also republished below. See also the conference web site: http://www.iva.dk/english/colis8/
Hope to see you in Copenhagen next year!
Call for Information Literacies Track
The International Information Literacies Research Network (iilresearch) invites authors to submit research papers to the information literacies conference track for the eighth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science (CoLIS8).
CoLIS is a triennial conference which focuses on theoretical issues in Library and Information Science and will take place at the Royal School of Library and Information Science in Copenhagen, Denmark, 19.-22. August, 2013. For further information please visit the conference website.
For CoLIS 2013, the International Information Literacies Research Network especially welcomes papers that present empirical research within information literacies and/or discusses methodological issues associated with researching in the information literacies field. Full or short papers on issues in information literacies research are welcomed for submission as part of the general call for paper (see more under Call for papers). Submissions will be reviewed according to the guidelines in the general call for papers. All accepted papers will be published in the online journal Information Research and will be indexed in Web of Science (Social Sciences Citation Index and other important bibliographical databases).
Deadline for submissions is March 1st 2013.
Among the accepted papers on information literacies, one paper will be awarded the inaugural iilresearch Best Information Literacies Paper Award.
As part of the information literacies track iilresearch will also organise a panel, discussing the state of the art in information literacies research and debate current trends in this field.
Questions regarding the workshop should be directed to Camilla Moring, member of the iilresearch-network and Local chair (firstname.lastname@example.org). General queries regarding submissions should be directed to Jeppe Nicolaisen (email@example.com), Chair of Publications and Proceedings.
We look forward to an interesting and lively track. See you in Copenhagen!
Dr Camilla Moring, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark, firstname.lastname@example.org