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"Miltiadis D. Lytras" <[log in to unmask]>
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FIRST WORLD SUMMIT ON THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY (WSKS 2008)
http://www.open-knowledge-society.org/summit.htm

Call for Special Sessions
http://www.open-knowledge-society.org/sessions.htm

Keynotes:
Professor John Carroll Edward M. Frymoyer Professor of Information
Sciences and Technology, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Larry Prusak, http://www.laurenceprusak.com/, Co-Director "Working
Knowledge," Babson College, USA


CALL

The Program Committee of the Summit invites proposals for Special Sessions
that are aimed to cover special or innovative research areas and
scientific advances.

Submitting a proposal

Each Special Session is expected to have from 4 to 8 papers and at least
one author for each paper must register to the conference and present the
paper during the session.

All the papers should follow a rigorous peer review process. The special
session chair is responsible for the review process.

Special Session papers will be published together with regular papers in
the conference proceedings.

Proposals for Special Sessions must include:

* Title of the Special Sessions
* Rationale of the need and objective of the session
* Session outline
* Specific topics of interest
* Contact information for the Special Session chair(s)
* Short biography of the Special Session chair(s)

Proposals for Special Sessions should be submitted to Miltiades Lytras
([log in to unmask]) before March 20, 2008.

Prospective organizers are strongly encouraged to contact Miltiadis Lytras
in advance.

NOTE: All accepted special sessions may run a special issue in 12
International Journals

Call for Round Tables

The Program Committee of the Summit invites proposals for roundtables
sessions. These Sessions will be used as meeting points of the Summit to
discuss the TOP THEMES of the Knowledge Society. The chairs/proposers of
the roundtables swill summarize the key ideas, proposals and insights in
post conference reports, which will be published by the OPEN RESEARCH
SOCIETY as an edited volume.

Submitting a proposal

Each Round Table Proposal is expected to have from 2 to 8 (co)-chairs
facilitators. These are responsible for the organization of the round
table according to general guidelines that will be provided by summit
organizers. Round Table facilitators can invite presenters or invite
papers for their round table. the main differentiation is the focus of
roundtables. We are discussing for the TOP THEMES of the Knowledge Society
that affect human life, economy business, education etc.

Proposals for Round Tables sessions must include:

* Title of the Session
* Rationale of the need and objective of the session
* Session outline
* Specific topics of interest
* Contact information for the Session chair(s)
* Short biography of the Session chair(s)

Proposals for Special Sessions should be submitted to Miltiades Lytras
([log in to unmask]) before March 20, 2008. Prospective organizers are
strongly encouraged to contact Miltiadis Lytras in advance.

Proceedings:
ftp://ftp.springer.de/pub/tex/latex/llncs/LNCS_Forthcoming_Proceedings.pdf

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