About ISI 2011
ISI stands for International Symposium of Information Science and is the central platform of library and information science (LIS) research in the German-speaking region. This bi-annual conference series is organized by the Higher Education Association for Information Science and hosted by different universities in Europe. The symposium stands for recent developments in the information society. It deals with central tasks as well as ever-changing challenges that information science is facing. Contributions to this conference may be categorized as follows:
- E-Learning, E-Science
- E-Society, E-Culture, E-Commerce
- Globalization of information processes
- Human-Computer Interaction, Usability, Mobility
- Information Behaviour, Information Literacy
- Information Management and Knowledge Management
- Information Retrieval
- Internationalization of Information and Knowledge
- Multimedia, Multi Modality, Multilinguality
- Open Access, Open Education, Open Innovation
- Quality Management und Evaluation
- Social Web, Collaborative Media
The 12th International Symposium for Information Science and the 17th Annual Conference of IuK-Initiative will be held under the overall theme Information and Knowledge: global, social and free? from March 9th to 11th, 2011 at the University of Hildesheim.
With the Institute of Information Science and Language Technology, the University of Hildesheim has become a very important location of information science in Germany.