Call for Submissions

We welcome contributions on (but not restricted to) the following topics:

  • empirical accounts and theoretical arguments concerning online human behavior
  • the digital divide, digital skills, and digital inequality
  • (user evaluation of) online recommender systems
  • design, use, and effects of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.) and online communities
  • making sense of social media data for the social sciences
  • persuasive online technologies
  • online markets and online consumer research
  • trust and online reputation systems
  • online research methods: web surveys and experiments
  • privacy and self-disclosure online
  • social networks and social capital online and offline
  • learning analytics
  • social media and learning in formal and informal contexts

The conference fee will be 50 Euros, which covers the costs of coffee, tea, cookies, and a lunch. The conference language is English.

Abstracts of 300-500 words should be submitted no later than May 9 on: