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Vienna, May 5th and 6th, 2022:
Invitation to the 6th Navigating Knowledge Landscapes’ Annual Conference and NKL’s Annual Meeting

Download the call for abstracts

Important: The conference will be held in Vienna. There is no registration fee. If you would like to participate at the conference, please send an abstract of 250 words to Natalia by the 15th of January 2022 and let her know whether you also intend to attend the NKL Network Meeting the next day.

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September 20, 2021:
5th NKL Annual Conference

We are pleased to welcome you to this year’s NKL conference. The host for this year’s event is Mid Sweden University, Östersund. The schedule for the conference, including the list of presenters, as well as the book of abstracts are found below.

Conference’s schedule and the book of abstracts

For those of you who wish to partake as audience or seek any additional information, please send an e-mail to Jennie.

The conference will start at 09:30 with a sound check. It officially opens at 10:00 and ends at 16:30. Please note that the time is CET.

Apart from the presentations, we are happy to present some additional events. Before lunch, the Dean of the Faculty for the Humanities at Mid Sweden University, Prof. Anna Olofsson, also an NKL network member, will give a short speech. At 14:00, we are invited for a digital guided tour to look at the venues of the RCR lab. The RCR lab is part of the Risk and Crisis Research Centre at Mid Sweden University. The lab allows for simulation of different environments and situations, and is used for research, method development and exercises within the risk, crisis and safety area.

September 21, 2021:
11th NKL Network Meeting

The annual NKL member meeting will take place between 09:00 and 12:00 and you are all welcome to join.

Download the Meeting Programme

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Webinars Spring 2021 (Zoom Links are distributed via mail):
Thursday March 11th at 3PM-5PM
Thursday March 25th at 3PM-5PM
Thursday April 15th at 3PM-5PM
Thursday April 29th at 3PM-5PM

Dates for the 2021 NKL Annual Conference and the PhD-training:
NKL PhD-training event: Sundsvall, September 19th (Sunday, full day)
NKL annual conference: Sundsvall, September 20h (Monday, full day)
NKL network meeting: Sundsvall, September 21th (Tuesday morning until lunch)

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December 7, 2020:
4th NKL Annual Conference
Download the Conference Programme

December 8, 2020:
10th NKL Network Meeting
Download the Meeting Programme

December 9, 2020:
2nd NKL PhD-training event
Download the Abstracts

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The NKL-anthology “Navigating Digital Health Landscapes: A Multidisciplinary Analysis” will be published in January 2021. For more details and pre-order options, see the Palgrave MacMillan homepage at https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9789811582059.

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The Information, Communication & Society special issue “Mapping new digital landscapes”, edited by Andrew Webster, Anna Lydia Svalastog and Joachim Allgaier, has been published and is available at the IC&S homepage.

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Upcoming NKL-webinars

9th NKL-webinar: December 3, 2020, 9am-11am (CET – Central European Time)

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The Information, Communication & Society special issue “Mapping new digital landscapes”, edited by Andrew Webster, Anna Lydia Svalastog and Joachim Allgaier, has been published and is available at the IC&S homepage.

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Past NKL-webinars

8th NKL-webinar: November 5, 2020, 9am-11am (CET – Central European Time)

7th NKL-webinar: October 8, 2020, 9am-11am (CET – Central European Time)

6th NKL-webinar: July 10, 2020, 9am-11am (CET – Central European Time)

5th NKL-webinar: June 18, 2020, 9am-11am (CET – Central European Time)

The event has been recorded and can be streamed here (password required).

NKL-webinar in collaboration with PANELFIT: June 10, 2020 at 9am

Download Webinar Program

On June 10th (9-12am) PANELFIT (http://www.panelfit.eu) and the NKL research network will co-organize a webinar devoted to analyzing the role to be played by new technologies in the COVID crisis.
We will focus on the ethical, legal and social issues at stake. We look forward to receiving proposals for short (10-15 min) presentations related to biometrics, geolocation, AI or any other new technologies that might serve well to face pandemics. Whoever might be interested in participating, please send an email to aliuska.duardo@ehu.eus before 1st June.

The PANELFIT/NKL webinar will be for registered participants only. If you would like to attend the webinar, please send and Email to Iñigo (for PANELFIT members) or Anna Lydia (NKL members) and you will receive an email with password.

Also see the webinar announcement on the PANELFIT homepage.

4th NKL-webinar: June 4, 2020, 9am-11am (CET – Central European Time)

The event has been recorded and can be streamed here (password required).

3rd NKL-webinar: May 21, 2020, 9am-11am (CET – Central European Time)

The event has been recorded and can be streamed here (password required).

2nd NKL-webinar: May 7, 2020, 9am-11am (CET – Central European Time)

The event has been recorded and can be streamed here (password required).

1st NKL-webinar: April 23, 2020, 9am-11am (CET – Central European Time)

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Ljubljana, December 5th, 2019:
3rd Navigating Knowledge Landscapes’ International Conference.

Download the Conference Minutes

Download the Conference Program

Download the Book of Abstracts

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Ljubljana, December 4th, 2019:
Invitation to the 1st Navigating Knowledge Landscapes’ PhD training.

Download the Invitation

Important: While the deadline for registration is October 1st, the local organizers encourage those who are interested in partaking to book their hotel rooms in Ljubljana as soon as possible. A list of hotels will be provided shortly.

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Knowledge Landscapes Edited Volume

New book: Navigating Knowledge Landscapes, edited by Srecko Gajovic and Anna Lydia Svalastog

See here for more information and order options (external link)

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Zagreb, December 6th, 2018:
Health and Bioethics in the Digital Society
2nd Navigating Knowledge Landscapes’ International Conference>

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Zagreb, December 7:
8th NKL-network meeting

Download the Final Program with abstracts

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Call for abstracts to an ICS special issue:

Download Call (PDF)

Topic: “Understanding and Mapping New Digital Landscapes”

Journal: Information, Communication and Society (ICS)
Link to journal website

Paper abstracts (250 words max) should be submitted to the corresponding editor by December 14. The Editors will select a number of abstracts for full development as papers before Christmas 2018. Full papers should be submitted by the end of June 2019 for review. The Special Issue will be published in July 2020.

Editorial team: Andrew Webster, Joachim Allgaier, Anna Lydia Svalastog, Srecko Gajovic
Corresponding editor: Anna Lydia Svalastog als@hiof.no

Information Communication and Society is a STS-journal with 3.084 in impact factor. Please distribute the call among your networks.

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Psychosocial Work in the Digital Society

Third annual workshop for psychosocial work, December 10th 2018

Room A-421, Østfold University College, Fredrikstad

Download Workshop Programme