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Information Science in an Age of Change

Information Science and Digital Humanities

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Published on Friday, January 16, 2015


The wide dissemination and rapid development of computer information technology implies constant change, both in the research field of information science and practical information services carried out in various areas of social life: science, business, government, culture, education, health care and many others. The aim of the conference “Information Science in an Age of Change” is to monitor the transformations taking place, the presentation of new concepts and research methods, and designed and implemented new ways to improve information tools and services.



The scope of the conference covers a wide range of theoretical and practical aspects of modern information tools and services, their organization and management, evaluation and use as well as the methods and technologies applied in these services. This year in particular we want to focus on relationships between information science and digital humanities. The planned discussions will cover the following topics:

  • digital humanities as research subject in information science
  • digital tools and environment for humanities
  • social and philosophical aspects of digital revolution
  • new technologies and access to cultural, scientific and technical heritage
  • digital humanities and Semantic Web
  • mobile access to information and the needs of digital humanities
  • digital scientific communication
  • data literacy – digital competencies in data acquisition and processing
  • data librarianship – competencies and education of librarians as intermediaries in research data accessing
  • information and knowledge visualization in humanities
  • quantitative and qualitative research of social media
  • quantitative and qualitative research of digital literature
  • data repositories for digital humanities
  • virtual exhibitions
  • data curation
  • e-publishing
  • centres and tools of digital humanities and libraries
  • communication channels in digital environment
  • information behaviour in digital environment



Title and abstract (300 – 600 words) of the proposed paper should be submitted by e-mail infnauk2015@gmail.com

until 15 March 2015

Notification of acceptance (in the form of a paper or poster) will be passed to authors by30 March 2015

Full text of the paper should be sent by e-mail until 10 May 2015. Articles selected on the base of reviews will be placed in a reviewed post-conference publication. Detailed guidance for the authors will be transferred along with the information about the acceptance of the paper.

Estimated time of the paper presentation: 15 minutes

Other Participants

Persons interested in participating in the conference are requested to send the application form by 10 April 2015 with the conference fee in the amount of 100 EURO.

The participant registration fee, in addition to participation in the conference, has provided:

  • conference information materials
  • catering in 2 coffee breaks (first and second day of the conference)
  • lunch in the first and second day of the conference
  • participation in the evening event on the first day of the conference
  • the reviewed conference proceedings.

Conference Program Committee


Professor Barbara Sosińska-Kalata (IINiSB UW)


  • Professor Wieslaw Babik (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  • Professor Laurence Favier (Université Lille 3, France)
  • Professor Michèle Hudon (Université de Montréal, Canada)
  • Associate Professor Ewa Głowacka (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland)
  • Associate Professor Mirosław Górny (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland)
  • Associate Professor Małgorzata Kisilowska (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  • Professor Tibor Koltay (Szent István University, Hungary)
  • Associate Professor Dariusz Kuźmina (University of Warsaw, Poland)
  • Dr. Krystyna Matusiak (University of Denver, USA)
  • Professor Mieczysław Muraszkiewicz (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
  • Professor Dave Nicholas (CIBER Research Ltd, UK, CCI, University of Tennessee, USA)
  • Professor Widad Mustafa El Hadi (Université Lille 3, France)
  • Assistant Professor Maria Próchnicka (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  • Assistant Professor Diana Pietruch-Reizes (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  • Assistant Professor Remigiusz Sapa (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
  • Associate Professor Marta Skalska-Zlat (Wroclaw University, Poland)
  • Professor Barbara Stefaniak (emeritus, University of Silesia, Poland)
  • Professor Jadwiga Woźniak-Kasperek (University of Warsaw, Poland)

Scientific Secretary of the Conference

  • Dr Anna Mierzecka

Organization of the poster session

  • Dr Maria Przastek-Samokowa


  • Warsaw, Poland


  • Sunday, March 15, 2015


  • web semantique, data, e-publishing

Information source

  • Zuza Wiorogorska
    courriel : z [dot] d [dot] wiorogorska [at] uw [dot] edu [dot] pl


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« Information Science in an Age of Change », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Friday, January 16, 2015, https://doi.org/10.58079/rs4

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