ISKO UK Conference 2021
|Date:||12 July 2021 to 16 July 2021|
The 7th biennial ISKO UK Conference
"Knowledge Organization in Exceptional Times: How KO helps people, organizations and societies to adapt to change"
Online, 12-16 July 2021
Conference website: https://www.iskouk.org/Conference-2021
Abstract submission: https://easychair.org/cfp/ISKOUK2021
Deadline: 1 February 2021
"Knowledge Organization in Exceptional Times ", the 7th biennial ISKO UK Conference, will be an online conference 12-16 July 2021
This ISKO UK conference addresses challenges and opportunities during periods of dramatic change. These can be brought about by pandemics, political change, conflicts, social unrest or technological innovation. This conference will explore the role of knowledge organization in helping people, organization and societies to adapt to change.
The conference aims to bridge the divide between theory and practice and we welcome submissions from both practitioners and researchers in knowledge organization. We are looking for papers and/or presentations and posters that will attract a global audience of researchers, practitioners, teachers, and developers. Your proposed paper or presentation should help to deepen the understanding of knowledge organization, describe challenges, innovations and advances in the field, or speculate about the potential of KO to bring progress and benefits.
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