2001 Education for Information  
Call for papers CoLIS4 is the latest in a series of international conferences whose general aim is to provide a broad forum for critically exploring and analyzing library and information science as a discipline and as a field of research from historical, theoretical, and empirical perspectives. Submissions that embody the conference theme, including papers, posters, and proposals for panels and workshops, are solicited. Library and Information Science is closely associated with a variety of
more » ... r disciplines and its practice employs technologies that are changing rapidly. It is of utmost importance, therefore, to develop a solid basis of conceptual frameworks and methods in this area. CoLIS4 will provide a forum for presenting and discussing such existing and emerging frameworks and methods. Information in modern society is valued as an essential component in the daily lives of people, both on the individual and organizational levels, and increasingly we expect information to meet our needs through technological interventions or interactions. Indeed, recent technological developments have accentuated contemporary conceptions of the Library and Information field as an intersection of information, technology, people and society. These emerging conceptions draw attention to the ongoing need for discourse about the character and definition of key concepts in Library and Information Science.
doi:10.3233/efi-2001-19405 fatcat:cr3fw65tjjdj7c2bqfdavss7lm