2014 ECIL conference call for proposals

ECIL cordially invite you to submit a paper to and participate in the upcoming European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL 2014), to be held from 20-23 October 2014, in Dubrovnik, Croatia. ECIL is an international conference on Information Literacy and Lifelong Learning for researchers, information professionals, media specialists, educators, policy makers, employers and all other related parties from around the world to present state of the art of conference themes and discuss current issues, challenges, and good practices. The conference will be composed of several types of contributions, such as full papers, posters, PechaKucha, best practices, workshops, panels, invited talks, doctoral forum. Contributions should be submitted by March 16, 2014. The website for ECIL 2014 is ready ( http://www.ecil2014.org ). Second Call for Papers will be released soon. This year our keynote speakers are Dr. Michael Eisenberg and Dr. David Bawden.  The Proceedings Book will be again published by Springer under its CCIS series.
the 2013 Proceedings Book has been published http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-03919-0  ECIL 2013 presentations (ppt files) are now available on the conference website  http://ecil2013.ilconf.org/program/ Just click on the links in the program.ECIL 2013 Book of Abstracts which includes abstracts of all contributions is available on conference website http://ecil2013.ilconf.org/ Please click on the book cover on the right hand side. For more information please refer to conference web page (www.ilconf.org or www.ecil2014.org). If you have any questions after visiting the conference web page, please email the conference secretariat at ecil@ffzg.hr If you wish to receive updates on ECIL you can follow them on Facebook. (www.facebook.com/ECIL2014)

1 Response to “2014 ECIL conference call for proposals”

  • we also wish to literate the society running literacy movement program. we are running a literacy classes voluntarily in the villages of western Nepal as model.
    Even in 21st century the illiteracy is shameful matter to us.


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