CfP: ASIS&T European Workshop, 1-2 June 2011 in Cork, Ireland



Call for proposals and participation


ASIS&T European Workshop 2011 (AEW 2011)


1st-2nd June 2011 - Cork, Ireland



The first ASIS&T European Workshop will be held at University College Cork, Cork, Ireland on the 1st and 2nd of June 2011. Organized by the European Chapter of ASIS&T, it is an ideal cross-disciplinary forum to present and encounter work by research students in the fields of information, library and computer science. The workshop will offer a unique networking opportunity where ideas and research can be discussed with fellow future luminaries of the field.


Authors are invited to submit research and position papers describing on the general topic of 'Digital Information and its User'. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to


* User and digital aspects of information and knowledge management and organization

* Information behavior, practices and use

* User Interfaces for Digital Libraries and Digital Heritage Systems

* User Studies for and Evaluation of Digital Library/Digital Heritage Systems and Applications

* Cultural Heritage and Mobility

* Mobile Use of Digital Libraries

* Social Networking, Web 2.0 and Collaborative Interfaces in Digital Libraries


Submissions are invited in one of two formats - a full paper (4 pages, LNCS format) or a poster (2 pages, LNCS format). All accepted contributions will be made available to participants and will also be hosted on the ASIS&T Digital Library. One author will be expected to attend the workshop to present their paper. Prizes for best student paper and poster will be awarded. Authors' instructions along with LaTeX and Word macro files are available on the web:


Important Dates


Paper and Poster Submissions - 21 March 2011

Notification of Acceptance - 13 April 2011

Camera Ready Submission - 2 May 2011

Workshop - 1st and 2nd June 2011


More information about the workshop at workshop website


For questions, please mail aew11 (a)


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