CFP: Information and Learning Science

The Information and Learning Science journal is currently seeking submissions that explore all aspects of the creation, collection, discovery and use of all types of information, knowledge, learning and research resources.
Information for authors can be found here:
Aims & Scope
Information and Learning Science embraces and explores all aspects of the creation, collection, discovery and use of all types of information, knowledge, learning and research resources.  Also the interdisciplinary study of teaching and learning across key fields within information and learning sciences and beyond. Account will be taken of social, cultural, economic, ergonomic, ethical and sectoral issues.  Published papers will be based on high quality, peer-reviewed, verified research in the fields described and listed.
Key topic areas will include:
  • Developments in information architectures
  • Learning and information system design and use, including learning analytics
  • The provision, discovery, delivery and use of learning objects
  • The role of information and learning spaces – digital and physical
  • Human information behaviour
  • Human information processing
  • Information experiences in teaching and learning
  • Reading, information and learning
  • Information transformation and learning
  • Work, learning and continuing development
  • Digital and ‘post-digital’ futures
  • Intellectual property rights, privacy and security in the digital environment
  • Collaborative, competitive and integrative working
  • Evaluation and appraisal of digital information objects and learning

Those who are interested in acting as referees, please send a short biographical information email to Marcy Simons at msimons@nd.edu

 

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