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Monday, February 15, 2016   (0 Comments)
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In 2014, IGI Global released the third edition of its world-renownedEncyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, edited by Dr. Mehdi Khosrow-Pour.  This well received 10-volume reference set includes over 800 research-based articles contributed by thousands of scholars and researchers from more than 73 countries worldwide. Its comprehensive treatment of all aspects pertaining to information science and technology includes insightful, peer-reviewed advanced research entries from 17,000 plus researchers, directing readers to over 20,000 references and resources for further study.

The Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (4th Edition), will provide comprehensive coverage and up-to-date definitions of the most important issues, concepts, trends and technologies in IS and IT. This new publication will be distributed worldwide among academic and professional institutions and will be instrumental in providing researchers, scholars, students and professionals’ access to the latest knowledge related to information science and technology. Contributions to this important publication will be made by scholars throughout the world with notable research portfolios and expertise.

The Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (4th Edition) will provide a collection of short articles (3,000-3,500 words), authored by leading experts, offering an in-depth description of concepts, issues, challenges, innovations, and opportunities in the field of information science and technology and their impact on all aspects of modern organizations and society in general.

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before Feb.  22, 2016 an article proposal of 300-500 words clearly explaining the mission and concerns of his or her proposed article. Authors of accepted proposals will be notified by Feb. 29, 2016 about the status of their proposals and will be sent article guidelines for preparing an article (3,000-5,000 words), as well as 7-10 related terms and their appropriate definitions. Full articles with definitions are expected to be submitted by March 21, 2016. All submitted articles will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Contributors may also be asked to serve as reviewers for this project. Guidelines for preparing your short article and terms and definitions may be found at (under the “For Authors” heading). IGI Global will publish this publication under the imprint “Information Science Reference.” This publication is anticipated to be released in winter 2017.

Important Dates
Proposals Due: Feb. 22, 2016
Acceptance of Proposals Sent: Feb. 29, 2016
Full Articles Due: March 21, 2016
Tentative Publication: Winter 2017

All submissions must be uploaded to eEditorial Discovery at:

Propose an article here (login or new profile with required)

Possible List of Topics/Categories
We are accepting article proposals within the following fields of research for this exhaustive publication. Please feel free to suggest other areas related to your expertise if they are not listed below.

3-D Printing
Accounting and Finance
Artificial Intelligence
Assistive Technologies
Big Data
Biomedical Engineering
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
Business and Organizational Research
Business Education
Business Information Systems
Civil Engineering
Cloud Computing
Cognitive Informatics
Computer Engineering
Computer Simulation
Computer Vision and Image Processing
Criminal Science and Forensics
Crisis Response and Management
Crowdfunding / Crowdsourcing
Curriculum Development and Instructional Design
Customer Relationship Management
Cyber and Network Security
Cyber Bullying
Cyber Crime and Digital Terrorism
Data Analysis and Statistics
Data Mining and Databases
Data Warehousing
Decision Support Systems
Digital Communications and Linguistics
Digital Currency / BitCoins
Digital Humanities
Digital Literacy
Digital Media
Distance Education
E-Books and Digital Publishing
Educational Administration and Leadership
Educational Technologies
Electrical Engineering

Electronic Government
Electronic Services

Energy Management Information Systems
Engineering Science
Enterprise Resource Planning
Environmental Science and Agriculture
Ethics and Social Responsibility
Gender and IT
Geographic Information Systems
Global Information Technology
Government and Law
Health Information Systems
Healthcare Administration
Hidden Web
High Performance Computing
Higher Education
Hospitality, Travel, and Tourism Management
Human Resources Development
Human-Computer Interaction
Identity Theft & Protection
Industrial Engineering
Industrial Informatics
Information Resources Management
Information Retrieval
Internet of Things
IT Policy and Standardization
IT Research and Theory
IT Security and Ethics
Knowledge Management
Language Learning
Learning Assessment and Measurement
Library Science and Administration
Management Science
Materials Science
Medical Engineering
Medical Ethics and Law
Medical Technologies

Mobile and Wireless Computing
Mobile Learning
Multimedia Technology
Music Technologies
Natural Resource Management
Networking and Telecommunications
Neural Networks
Open Source
Political Science
Psychology and Human Behavior
Public Sector Management
Research Methods
Semantic Web
Services Industry
Small and Medium Enterprises
Smart Appliances and Smart Homes
Smart Textiles
Social Networking and Computing
Socio-Economic Development
Sports and Entertainment
Surveillance Systems
Systems and Software Engineering
Teacher Education
Theoretical Computer Science
Urban and Regional Development
Vaccine Development and Potency
Virtual Learning Environments
Virtual Reality
Virtual Telepathy
Wearable Computing
Web Technologies

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