First International Symposium on Digital Inequality and Social Change (ISDISC)
Theme: Bridging digital inequality for a better and inclusive society
Hosted by the University of Canberra, ISDISC aims to raise awareness and share knowledge on digital inequality and social change amongst researchers, practitioners and relevant policy makers through a range of exciting activities. The symposium is centred around research and practice that foster innovative tailored solutions to bridge the gap while promoting inclusiveness.
This symposium is intended to be a forum for scholars, practitioners and organisations who are interested in the digital inequality and social transformation influenced by technology to exchange ideas and collaborate with members of the wider community. We invite individuals to submit research articles, case studies, posters and research-in progress that address all interesting aspect of:
- Digital Inequality studies and cases
- Societal impact of technology
- Practitioner insight and real-life case stories of DI and social impact
The symposium will be held physically at the University of Canberra (Building 2) (See Map for Venue and Parking) in Bruce, ACT. Virtual attendance is available to participants who cannot travel to Canberra or attend physically.
- Keynote speakers by international scholars
- Industry panel
- Academic panel
- Paper presentation (See Call for papers)
- Poster competition (See Call for posters)
- Academic workshop
- Social events
The Hon Stuart Robert MP
Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business
Vice-Chancellor, University of Canberra
UNESCO Chair in ICT4D
Professor Emerita, Australian National University
Professor, City University of Hong Kong
Professor, The University of Newcastle, Australia
|Paper abstract submission||15 February 2022|
|Notification of acceptance||25 February 2022|
|Poster submission||4 March 2022|
|Registration closes||20 March 2022|
|Symposium date||28-29 March 2022|
Contact and submissions
You are cordially invited to submit your paper, poster or session/workshop organisation proposal.
For participants/authors who are hesitant to travel in the year 2022 due to COVID-19, a virtual presentation will be arranged.
For any questions or to submit your EOI to participate, please contact RCfirstname.lastname@example.org.