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Subject:

NASKO 2013 -- Call for Participation

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Cristina Pattuelli <[log in to unmask]>

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Call for Participation (NASKO 2013) 

Transition Cultures, Transition KO: Evolving Exploration, Critical Reflection, and Practical Work 

ISKO
 C/US invites submissions of abstracts for its Fourth North American 
Symposium on Knowledge Organization (NASKO 2013) to be held June 13-14, 
2013, in Milwaukee, WI, USA. 

Conference Venue: Continuing Education Center, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Conference Dates: June 13-14, 2013
Deadline for Proposals: January 31, 2013

“The
 essence of Transition is in its name.  It describes the era of change 
we are all living in. The Transition idea is about us all being an 
engaged, active part of that change."  --Transition Towns Movement

Transition
 is a grassroots movement that pulls on
 communities to improve local and global conditions in a sustainable 
way. Similarly, the KO community contributes to the greater good both 
locally within our own institutions and globally through interoperable 
systems, standards, and technologies. In the spirit of transition, the 
Fourth North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization (NASKO 2013) 
conference invites participants to come together to forge and strengthen
 the connections that will shape the future of knowledge organization. 

Proposals
 for research papers, position papers, posters, unconference topics and a
 doctoral symposium are welcomed. Acceptable languages for conference 
submissions include English, French or Spanish. Graduate students are 
especially encouraged to submit proposals.  

Topics to explore include, but are not limited to, the following:
    •    Theory of KO
    •    History of
 KO
    •    Legacy and emerging KOSs 
    •    Epistemological status of KO 
    •    Domain Analysis approach to KO
    •    New challenges in teaching KO 
    •    KO research sustainability
    •    The future of KO
    •    Sociocultural studies of KO
 
Proposal categories:

Research
 and Position Papers: Proposals should include a title and be no more 
than 1500 words long. Proposals should situate themselves within the 
extant literature of knowledge organization, and have a clearly 
articulated theoretical grounding and methodology. Those that report on 
completed or ongoing work will be given preference. Diverse perspectives
 and methodologies are welcome.

Posters: Proposals should
 include a title and be no more than 650 words long.

Unconference
 Sessions: Proposals of topics for sessions driven by attendees. The 
unconference will include 30-minute breakout sessions with two or three 
topics per session, depending on attendance. The proponents of the 
topics selected will be hosting the session and deliver a final 
lightning talk.

Doctoral Symposium: This is an opportunity for 
doctoral students to discuss their research in progress in a 15-minute 
presentation. Proposals should consist of a 500-word abstract with 
citations (citations not included in word count) and a one-page CV.  
Students will also have the opportunity to attend a general advising 
session to discuss their CVs, service commitments, and how to approach 
the job market.

Proposal format:
Proposals should include the 
name(s) of the author(s), their complete mailing and e-mail addresses, 
and their telephone and fax numbers. Please send proposals
 in Word or .rtf format to [log in to unmask] 

Publication:
 All accepted papers will be published online. The papers most 
highly-ranked during the peer-review process will, with permission of 
the authors, be published, in full, in a future issue of Knowledge 
Organization.

Important Dates
January 31, 2013: Submission deadline.
March 8, 2013: Notification to authors.
May 8, 2013: Final copy submission.

Bursaries for students
ISKO
 C/US will offer a limited number of bursaries for students presenting 
at the conference. Application guidelines will appear on the ISKO C/US 
website later this year: 
http://iskocus.org/ 

Planning Committee:
Cristina Pattuelli, Pratt Institute, New York
Kathryn La Barre, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Richard Smiraglia, University
 of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee
Hur-Li Lee, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee

See website for details: http://iskocus.org/nasko2013.php 

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