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5th International Conference on Qualitative Research in IT & IT in Qualitative Research (QualIT2010)
ISBN 978-1-921760-07-5

Conference Theme
The traditions and innovations of qualitative approaches in ICT research

Brisbane, Australia, 29-30 Nov, 2010
Held immediately prior to the 21st Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Dec 1 - 3

The 5th International Conference on Qualitative Research in IT & IT in Qualitative Research (QualIT2010) will be held in Brisbane (29-30 November, 2010), as a co-located event with ACIS 2010.

QualIT is the premier conference dedicated to Qualitative Research in ICT and will be jointly organized by Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Griffith University, and the Australian National University (ANU) in 2010.

The 5th International Conference on Qualitative Research in IT & IT in Qualitative Research (QualIT) is the premier conference dedicated to Qualitative Research in ICT. In 2010, the QualIT Conference will be jointly organized by Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Griffith University and the Australian National University (ANU). The conference will take place at the QUT Gardens Point Campus, which is located in the Central Business District of Brisbane.

Conference Theme
The traditions and innovations of qualitative approaches in ICT research.
This conference will attract qualitative researchers concerned with the analysis, design, development, application, usability and evaluation of information systems and information technologies. Research papers are invited in the areas of information technology, information systems, software engineering, business, social and health informatics. This may include qualitative research which uses information technology to generate and/or collect qualitative data (e.g. blogs, emails), or which uses software tools designed expressively for the qualitative researcher (e.g. Nvivo, Atlas, Leximancer etc).

Researchers are also invited to propose a discussion panel.

Important Dates:

Paper submission deadline: 2 August 2010
Panel and workshop proposals: 2 August 2010
Notification of paper acceptance: 10 September 2010
Early-bird registration closed: 29 October 2010
Deadline for final paper submission 11 October 2010

The conference is co-chaired by:
Dr Wasana Bandara (QUT) w.bandara@qut.edu.au

Dr Walter Fernandez (The Australian National University) Walter.Fernandez@anu.edu.au
Dr Bruce Rowlands (Griffith University) B.Rowlands@griffith.edu.au