Final conference of the research project LITME@WORK : CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Distant collaboration in a digitalized world of work: media and digital competences, organizational design and discourses
8th, 9th and 10th of May 2019
The LITME@WORK research project is pleased to invite researchers to submit abstracts for presentation at its closing conference: "Distant collaboration in a digitalized world of work: media and digital competences, organizational design and discourses".
The aim of this conference is to gather the scientific community from all disciplines working on digital, media and information literacy (DMIL), organizational design, and discourse in relation to office work (ranging from clerical work to managerial tasks).
We welcome contributors from disciplines as diverse as organizational studies, (critical) management studies, communication science, sociology of work, organizational communication, discourse analysis, information science, computer-supported collaborative work, digital and information literacy… We especially welcome papers focusing on aspects and implications of teamwork and distance work facilitated by Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
Each abstract must be no more than 500 words long (references not included), with 3 to 5 keywords. References and a short biography of the authors should be uploaded in a separated Word document.
The participation fee is 100€ and covers coffee breaks, lunches on the 9th and 10th, and a ticket for the evening dinner on the 9th, as well as a printed version of the book of abstracts and the LITME@WORK project final book.
Abstracts must be submitted in English, through the Easychair platform of the conference, by January, the 31st 2019 at the latest. The participants will be notified on the February 28th, 2019. Accepted abstracts will be published online and in the printed book of abstracts which will be distributed to registered participants.