Registration open!

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Registration is now open: Early bird: 12 May-25 May Late registration: 26 May-15 July Go to registration page

Final submission

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Make sure your paper follows fully the Springer LNBIP publication guidelines and format: Author guidelines, Word 2007 template, Word 2003 template or LaTex template. Upload your revised accepted paper in .doc .docx or .tex file format by resubmitting your final version via Easychair

Publication updates

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We are sorry to inform you that the acceptance notification for IFIP 8.6 in Ljungskile will be delayed due to missing reviews. We expect to send out the notices April 12th. IFIP 8.6 and SCIS will co-publish proceedings. It also … Continued

Extended deadline

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Deadline for paper submissions extended to 4th of Februari. We are looking forward to your submission.

Keynote speakers

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Carsten Sørensen Digital Innovation and the Curse of the Smart Machine  It was the Best of Times, It was the Worst of Times   London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Extensive digital “land grabs” are facilitating evermore intimate codified … Continued

Conference officers for IFIP 2016

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General Chair: Jan Pries-Heje, Roskilde University, Denmark   Program Chairs: Ulrika Lundh Snis, Högskolan Väst, Sweden Jacob Nørbjerg, Aalborg University, Denmark More to be added   Organizing Chairs: Ulrika Lundh Snis, Högskolan Väst, Sweden Anna Sigridur Islind, Högskolan Väst, Sweden … Continued

This year’s theme presented

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Diffusion of IS for Learning New Practices Examples of questions to address within the theme What should the goals of IS/IT for learning be? What ethical, organisational, or behavioural theories can inform IS/IT and learning? How does one ensure the … Continued

Call for papers – send in your paper

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Organizations increasingly introduce learning initiatives for continuous competence development and organisational transformation in order to stay competitive and to have competent professionals at the core of their performance. Many of the challenges for learning and competent acting are related to … Continued