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"Cunliffe D J (AT)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Call for papers
New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia 2009(3) / 2010 (1)
Deadline for paper submission 7th September 2009

We invite papers for forthcoming issues of NRHM on the following topics and related issues:
- Conceptual basis of hypertext systems
  cognitive aspects,
  design strategies

- Intelligent and adaptive hypermedia
  personalisation, adaptation,
  knowledge organisation systems / services, semantic web, Web 2.0

- Multimedia issues
  time and synchronisation,
  link dynamics, link metrics,
  multimedia authoring, 
  content-based retrieval

- Interaction
  navigation and browsing; search systems,
  studies of information seeking and navigation behaviour, testing and evaluation
  user interfaces, experience design, multi-modal interaction

- Tools for hypermedia
  (automatic) authoring systems

- Applications
  literary and creative hypermedia, social networking,
  physical hypermedia, virtual environments,
  applications in commerce, digital libraries, e-learning, e-Government, the professions, etc.

The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia (NRHM) is published by Taylor & Francis and appears in both print and digital formats. For more details and indicative topics, see the journal website:

Submissions may take the form of research papers or shorter technical notes and should be submitted electronically at the Journal's Manuscript Central site

Informal enquiries may be sent to the Editors:
Editor: Doug Tudhope ([log in to unmask])
Associate Editor: Daniel Cunliffe ([log in to unmask])
Faculty of Advanced Technology, University of Glamorgan, UK

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