UIR Web Science will present 3 contributions at The 2011 edition of the Web Science Confererence in Koblenz from June 14 to June 18.
The conference will host two famous keynote speakers:
Jaime Teevan from Microsoft Research will tell us how the Web Changes Everything: How Dynamic Content Affects the Way People Find Online (Wednesday 15 at 2pm).
Bary Wellman from University of Toronto will argue — and provide evidence — that the turn to social networks, the proliferation of the personal internet, and the carry-anywhere, always-on availabiloity of mobile phones and wireless connectivity have affected family, community and work life (Friday 17 at 12am).
Tuesday and Wednesday will give participants the opportunity to participate in 3 workshops on Altmetrics, Curriculum Development and Health on the Web.
UIR Web Science will have a short presentation on thursday evening, with Stephane Bazan presenting his research on thursday 14 at 4.30pm: Sharing innovative teaching experience in higher education on the Web: An interdisciplinary study on a contextualized Web 2.0 application for community building and teacher training (Click to read full paper).
Sabrine Saad and Lorraine Etienne will present their poster on Asymmetric Cyber-warfare between Israel and Hezbollah: the Web as a new strategic battlefield on wednesday between 5pm and 9pm.
Also, the Web Science Curriculum Development project team, including UIR Web Science, will present the paper on WSCD negociation process (WSCD: Negotiating the Web Science Curriculum Development through Shared Educational Artefacts) on Thursday 16, at 11am.
The complete program is avalaible here >
UIR Web Science presentations and poster session will be broadcasted live on the UIR Web Science Skype account (uirwebscience)