TEM 2014 Proceedings now available!

The 2014 edition of the Technology and Emerging Media Proceedings (TEM 2014) is online. This collection of short papers edited by Aidan Buckland and Caroline Caron offers an overview of research and scholarship presented in the context of the annual conference of the Canadian Communication Association held at Brock University in St. Catharines, ON, on May 28-30 2014.

CCA 2015 Annual meeting: Call for papers

We invite you to submit a proposal (individual paper, panel or roundtable) to the Technology and Emerging Media (TEM) track within the next Canadian Communication Association conference that will take place on June 3-5, 2015 at the University of Ottawa, Ontario.

All participants in the TEM track will have the opportunity to submit a paper based on their presentation, for inclusion in the “TEM Proceedings” that are published online on the interest group’s website. Detailed guidelines will be e-mailed to TEM participants in due course.

The “Technology and Emerging Media” track covers works addressing a wide range of communication and media-related issues, with a focus on technology and technological innovation. Particularly relevant to the track are proposals addressing the following topics:

  • Information and communication technologies, notably aspects of their design, diffusion, and uses;
  • Digital media and related social phenomena;
  • Issues related to recent technological developments in the field of communication: social media/social Web, mobile media, online games, and new diffusion platforms for traditional media.

Please note that in order for your proposal to be included in the TEM track, we ask that you select “technology and emerging media” as a topic on the submission form. Further details on the submission process can be found here.

The Technology and Emerging Media section is now an official CCA interest group. If you are interested in joining the group, please send a note to Guillaume Latzko-Toth to be registered to the TEM mailing list.

REMINDER: Extended deadline for submitting proposals to the CCA conference is: December 22, 2014. General call for papers can be found here.

Looking forward to seeing you in Ottawa next Spring,

Guillaume Latzko-Toth and Philippe Ross, Co-Chairs, “Technology and Emerging Media” interest group

TEM 2013 Proceedings now available!

The 2013 edition of the Technology and Emerging Media Proceedings (TEM 2013) is online. This collection of short papers edited by Philippe Ross et Jeremy Shtern offers an overview of research and scholarship presented in the context of the annual conference of the Canadian Communication Association held at University of Victoria, BC, from June 5th to 7th, 2013.

CCA 2014 Annual meeting: Call for papers

We invite you to submit a proposal (individual paper, panel or roundtable) to the Technology and Emerging Media (TEM) track within the next Canadian Communication Association conference that will take place on May 28-30, 2014 at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario.

All participants in the TEM track will have the opportunity to submit a paper based on their presentation, for publication in the “TEM Proceedings“. Detailed guidelines will be e-mailed later on to TEM participants.

The “Technology and Emerging Media” track covers works addressing a wide range of communication and media-related issues, with a focus on technology and technological innovation. Particularly relevant to the track are proposals addressing the following topics:

  • Information and communication technologies, notably from the points of view of their design, diffusion, and uses;
  • Digital media and related social phenomena;
  • Issues related to recent technological developments in the field of communication: social media/social Web, mobile media, online games, and new diffusion platforms for traditional media.

A panel proposal (typically a set of 3 or 4 papers) should contain the list of papers (in desired order), including the author(s) and title for each individual paper, as well as the designated panel chair. Double panels can also be considered if justified by the number of papers. Please note that in addition to the panel proposal, each paper included in the panel must also be submitted individually by its first author.

We are glad to announce that the Technology and Emerging Media section was formally established this year as an official CCA interest group. If you are interested in joining the group, please send us a note to be registered to the TEM mailing list.

REMINDER: Deadline for submitting proposals to the CCA conference is: December 10th, 2013. Submission guidelines: www.acc-cca.ca/callforpaper

Looking forward to meeting you in St. Catharines next Spring,

Guillaume Latzko-Toth and Florence Millerand, Co-Chairs, “Technology and Emerging Media” interest group

guillaume.latzko-toth@com.ulaval.ca  | millerand.florence@uqam.ca

Just released !

The 2012 edition of the Technology and Emerging Media Proceedings (TEM 2012) is online. This edited collection of short papers offers an overview of research and scholarship presented in the context of the annual conference of the Canadian Communication Association held in Waterloo, Ontario at Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo, from May 30th to June 1st, 2012.