2018 #SMSociety CFP: Networked Influence and Virality — REVISITED

International Conference on Social Media and Society Copenhagen, Denmark (July 18–20, 2018) IMPORTANT DATES: Full & WIP Papers Due: Jan. 29, 2018 Panels, Workshops, & Posters Due: Mar. 19, 2018 SUBMISSION DETAILS: See online at http://socialmediaandsociety.org/submit/ THEME: Networked Influence and Virality — REVISITED Join us on July 18–20, 2018 for the … Continue Reading →

#SMSociety’17 Pre-Conference Digest 1

Dear 2017 #SMSociety Delegates, We are looking forward to seeing you in Toronto at the upcoming 2017 International Conference on Social Media & Society on July 28-30. Here is some essential information to help you plan: Information for Paper/Poster Presenters and Session Moderators If you are presenting or moderating, please … Continue Reading →

CfP: 2017 International Conference on Social Media & Society (#SMSociety) – Toronto, Canada – July 28-30, 2017

2017 #SMSociety Theme: Social Media for Social Good or Evil CALL FOR PROPOSALS Our online behaviour is far from virtual–it extends our offline lives. Much of social media research has identified the positive opportunities of using social media; for example, how people use social media to form support groups online, participate in … Continue Reading →

2016 Pre-Conference Digest #2

Welcome to London! If you are coming from afar, we hope you had an uneventful trip getting here. Just a quick reminder, registration and coffee reception start every day at 8:30 am and the sessions start promptly at 9:00 am. Please arrive early.  If you are not staying near campus, … Continue Reading →

Are you the Most Engaged #SMSociety Attendee on Twitter?!

Please join the pre-conference chatter on Twitter and meet your fellow social media researchers by following and tweeting using the #SMSociety hashtag. Just like in the past years, we are going to have the Most Engaged Attendee on Twitter Award, measured based on the number of retweets and mentions your posts with the #SMSociety hashtag … Continue Reading →