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Call for Papers: BLOGTALK 2010 - The 7th International Conference on Social Software

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***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org *****

Call for Papers and Presentations

BLOGTALK 2010 http://2010.blogtalk.net
The 7th International Conference on Social Software
Galway, Ireland, 26-28 August 2010

Important Dates
===============

Regular paper submissions due: 21 June 2010 (extended date)
Notification of regular paper acceptance or rejection: 7 July 2010
Camera-ready regular papers due: 21 July 2010

Demonstration and poster abstracts due: 7 July 2010 (no full papers required)
Notification of demo and poster acceptance or rejection: 14 July 2010

Brief
=====

* Audience: practitioners, developers, researchers (academia and industry)
* Topics: social software, social media, blogs, microblogs, networks, etc.
* Format: talks, demos and posters, discussion panels, breakout sessions
* Keynote speakers: Stowe Boyd; Dan Gillmor; Don Thibeau
* Conference: 26-27 August; workshop ("MicroBlogTalk"): 28 August
* Medieval castle banquet: 26 August (early booking advised)
* Website: http://2010.blogtalk.net/

Introduction
============

Following the international success of the past six BlogTalk events, the next BlogTalk - to be held in Galway, Ireland from 26-28 August 2010 - is continuing with its focus on social software, while remaining committed to the diverse cultures, practices and tools of our emerging networked society. The conference is designed to maintain a sustainable dialog between developers of innovative social software solutions, academics and researchers who study and advance social software and social media, practitioners and administrators in corporate and educational settings, and other general members of the social software and social media communities.

Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the conference, audiences will come from different fields of practice and will have different professional backgrounds. We strongly encourage proposals to bridge these cultural differences and to be understandable for all groups alike. For researchers, BlogTalk is an ideal conference for presenting and exchanging research work from current and future social software projects at an international level. For developers, the conference is a great opportunity to fly ideas, visions and prototypes in front of a distinguished audience of peers, to discuss, to link-up and to learn. For practitioners, this is a venue to discuss use cases for social software and social media, and to report on any results you may have with like-minded individuals.

We invite you to submit papers describing your research and applications at the BlogTalk 2010 conference. To encourage submission of various types of work by researchers, developers and practitioners, papers can be submitted in either of two tracks:

* Regular Track (full paper required, 12-14 pages in LNCS format). We expect papers that discuss mature and implemented work, both regarding (1) practical or industrial implementations and use-case reports for social software and social media, or (2) theoretical and research aspects of social networks and social data. Papers should clearly motivate the approach and provide relevant evaluations. Each submission will be reviewed by three members of the Program Committee. A short text-only abstract is submitted first.
* Demonstration and Poster Track (a two-page abstract describing what will be presented). This track gives the opportunity to present recent and in-progress work, in a forum that will encourage discussions since this track will be held in a special session with ample time for discussions and networking.

Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

* Applications of social networking;
* Architectures of social software applications;
* Business use cases and return on experience;
* Categorisation, folksonomies and social tagging;
* Collaboration and content sharing on the Web and in the enterprise;
* Data acquisition and data mining;
* Data portability;
* Digital rights;
* Ethnography studies of social networking platforms;
* Human computer interaction;
* Identity, privacy, trust and reputation;
* Real-time Social Web, microblogging and the Mobile Web;
* Semantic Web, Linked Data and knowledge representation for the Social Web;
* Uses in domains: e-government, health care, education, politics;
* Virtual worlds;
* Web standards for social data;
* Wikis and open collaboration.

Committees
==========

General Chair: John Breslin (NUI Galway / boards.ie)

Programme Chair: Alexandre Passant (DERI, NUI Galway)

Programme Committee:

* Gabriela Avram (University of Limerick)
* Daniela Barbosa (Dow Jones / DataPortability Project)
* Anne Bartlett-Bragg (Headshift)
* Mark Bernstein (Eastgate Systems)
* Stephanie Booth (Climb to the Stars)
* Thomas N. Burg (Socialware)
* Rob Cawte (Web Heavies)
* Tom Coates (Yahoo!)
* Fabien Gandon (INRIA)
* Josephine Griffith (NUI Galway)
* Conor Hayes (DERI, NUI Galway)
* Renato Iannella (National ICT Australia)
* Akshay Java (Microsoft)
* Philipp Kaerger (L3S Research Center)
* Sheila Kinsella (DERI, NUI Galway)
* Pranam Kolari (Yahoo!)
* Cameron Marlow (Facebook)
* Michael Maximilien (IBM)
* Daniel Olmedilla (Telefonica)
* Davide Palmisano (Fondazione Bruno Kessler)
* Christine Perey (Perey Research and Consulting)
* David Peterson (davidseth.net / SitePoint)
* Jan Schmidt (Hans Bredow Institut)
* Amit Sheth (Wright State University)
* Hideaki Takeda (NII Japan)
* Mischa Tuffield (Garlik)
* Paolo Valdemarin (Evectors)
* Seokchan "Channy" Yun (Seoul National University)
* David Weinberger (Berkman Center for Internet and Society)
* Ton Zylstra (Interdependent Thoughts)

Steering Committee: Thomas N. Burg (BlogTalk 2003, 2004), Anne Bartlett-Bragg (BlogTalk 2005), Jan Schmidt (BlogTalk 2006), John Breslin (BlogTalk 2008), Hong-Gee Kim (BlogTalk 2009)

Contact
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http://2010.blogtalk.net/
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