Archives for category: Call for Papers

Im November findet die Jahrestagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppe Computervermittelte Kommunikation in Wien statt. Thema sind die digitalen Methoden der Internetforschung: Innovative Ansätze zur Analyse öffentlicher Kommunikation im Internet.

Der Call for Papers und weitere Informationen finden sich auf der Tagungsseite.

JOB BEREITS VERGEBEN. DANKE!

Suchen Kodierer/in für quantitative Inhaltsanalyse Twitter + TV + Zeitungen

Für das Projekt „Österreichische politische Twittersphäre – Netzwerke & Themen“ (von @boomblitz, @axkibe & @axelmaireder in Kooperation mit Super-Fi) suchen wir  zwei studentische Mitarbeiter/innen für die Kodierung von Twitter-Mitteilungen sowie innenpolitischen Nachrichten in TV-Sendungen und Tageszeitungen. Read the rest of this entry »

The Digital Media and Learning Conference is an annual event supported by the MacArthur Foundation and organized by the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub <http://dmlcentral.net/about/what-all-about>  at University of California, Irvine. The conference is meant to be an inclusive, international and annual gathering of scholars and practitioners in the field, focused on fostering interdisciplinary and participatory dialog and linking theory, empirical study, policy, and practice.

The second conference will be held between March 3-5, 2011 at the Hilton Long Beach Conference and Meeting Center in Long Beach, California. The theme will be “Designing Learning Futures”. The Conference Chair will be Katie Salen. The conference committee includes Kimberly Austin, danah boyd, Sheryl Grant, Mark Surman, Trebor Scholz and S. Craig Watkins. Keynote presentations will be given by Alice Taylor and Muki Hansteen-Izora. We are also planning a book exhibit and technology demos.

To stay up-to-date on the conference, please check our website http://dmlcentral.net/conference2011, follow #DML2011 on twitter and/or join the Digital Media and Learning mailing list http://dmlhub.net/. See also Katie Salen’s announcement on DMLcentral http://dmlcentral.net/.

call for proposals: designing learning futures

Centre for the Study of the United States, Munk School of Global Affairs
University of Toronto
Nov 12-14, 2010

A renewed emphasis on participatory forms of digitally-mediated production is transforming our social landscape. ‘Making’ has become the dominant metaphor for a variety of digital and digitally-mediated practices. The web is exploding with independently produced digital ‘content’ such as video diaries, conversations, stories, software, music, video games—all of which are further transformed and morphed by “modders,” “hackers,” artists and activists who redeploy and repurpose corporately-produced content. Equally, communities of self-organized crafters, hackers, and enthusiasts are increasingly to be found online exchanging sewing and knitting patterns, technical guides, circuit layouts, detailed electronics tutorials and other forms of instruction and support. Many of these individuals and collaborators understand their work to be socially interventionist. Through practices of design, development, and exchange they challenge traditional divides between production and consumption and to redress the power differentials built into technologically-mediated societies.
details: http://diycitizenship.com/

Exploring Produsage: A Special Issue of New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia

Call for papers: The concept of produsage points to
the shift away from conventional producer/consumer relationships,
and highlights the more fluid roles of users and contributors within
social media environments. Participants in open source projects, in
/Wikipedia/, in /YouTube/ and /Second Life/ are no longer merely
consuming or using preproduced material, but neither are they at all
times acting as fully self-determined producers of fully formed new
works; rather, they occupy a hybrid position as produsers of content. Read the rest of this entry »

4th Vienna Games Conference “Future and Reality of Gaming – F.R.O.G. 2010 – Abstract submission is now open.
Vienna’s annual Games Conference FROG, taking place from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 September 2010, offers an open and international platform for leading game studies researchers and scholars, game designers, education professionals and gamers from around the world. The main objective of FROG 10 is to explore the relations between gaming, society and culture and to discuss insights into how to think ahead and beyond common limits of theory and practice of game and play. Therefore the Call for abstracts and games focuses on the topic “GAME\\PLAY\\SOCIETY”. FROG 2010 is jointly organized by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Economy, Family and Youth, the City of Vienna, wienXtra, the University of Vienna and the Danube-University Krems.

Abstract submission: 15 May 2010, weitere Infos auf: www.bupp.at/frog

The Communication Review special issue: “Twitter Revolutions?  Addressing Social Media and Dissent”
Volume 14, Issue 2 (2011); From the ECREA List:

“The Internet, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook have reconstituted, especially among young people, how social relationships are constructed and how communication is produced, mediated, and received. They have also ushered in a new regime of visual imagery in which screen culture creates spectacular events just as much as they record them.  Under such circumstances, state power becomes more porous and less controlled (…) Read the rest of this entry »

Call for papers: ‘digital technologies and educational integrity’ for a special issue of the online refereed journal IJEI; Edited by Chris Moore and Ruth Walker, University of Wollongong

This special issue of the International Journal for Educational Integrity (IJEI) seeks articles that address the impact of digital technologies on educational integrity. Many different terms have emerged in an attempt to capture the shifting terrain of media use and users in various networked environments: ‘social’, ‘participatory’, ‘user-generated’ or simply ‘new’ media. Common to the online interactive spaces of Web2.0 is the challenge of technologies and practices that are capable of changing the way we teach, learn, and share knowledge. How can we best engage and support students and colleagues coming to terms with the dynamics of these technologies and the development of new literacies? Read the rest of this entry »

Convergence – The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
Special Debates Section: Curating Digital Narrative

Convergence, in association with UWE’s Digital Cultures Research Centre, invites short debates papers (c 2-3000 words) exploring the challenges facing archival and curation of digital narratives. As technologies employed to produce new narrative forms develop, and platforms evolve to facilitate each new manner and grammar of story, are we in danger of leaving future generations incapable of revisiting work instrumental in the emergence of new media?

Deadline 1 January 2011; for more infos see the DCRC Website

Tales of the Unexpected: Vision and Reality in Community Informatics; Prato, Italy 27-29 October 2010

We are seeking submissions from academics, practitioners and PhD students for a conference at the Monash University Centre, Prato Italy (near Florence). The Centre for Community Networking Research, Monash, in conjunction with the Community Informatics Research Network, has held many highly successful events since 2003 in Prato, as well as associated workshops over the years, in the UK, France, and Portugal. Read the rest of this entry »