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Media owner and Publisher
International Society for Information Studies (ISIS)
Purpose of Association
The overall purpose of ISIS is to advance global and collaborative studies in the sciences of information, information technology and information society as a field in its own right by elaborating common conceptual frameworks the implementation of which in practice contributes to mastering the challenges of the information age.
President: Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic (Sweden)
Vice-President for Funds: Wolfgang Hofkirchner (Austria)
Vice-President for Protocol: Pedro Marijuán (Spain)
Secretary General: Robert Jahn (Austria)
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Administration of information resources
- Dr. José María Díaz, University of León (Spain) and Munich University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
- Dr. Modestos Stavrakis, University of the Aegean at Syros