INSPIRE XXVII International e-conference
Date: 14 - 16 June 2022
The 27th Annual INSPIRE Conference, will be for the third time an e-conference, to encourage entries from UK and overseas, from academics, researchers, post-graduate students and those from industry, again with no conference fee for authors or attendees. Case studies at INSPIRE 2021 were about the immediate issues of dealing with the pandemic, while looking towards 2022, at the INSPIRE XXVII conference, we can reflect on the longer-term implications.
A two-page maximum abstract (max of 6 references) is required, with a brief bio, reviewed by at least three reviewers, for both traditional INSPIRE papers and also case studies papers. Case studies on the theme of How Society has been affected by e-learning particularly welcomed. (This could include teachers, students, parents, families, local clubs and communities, and how it is felt some of these changes will remain into the future).
Abstracts and bios should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with BCS INSPIRE 2022 in the subject line by 27 April 2022.
Full papers, normally between 8 to 20 pages, in given format style should be submitted by 27 April 2022, for reviewing by at least three reviewers. The submission could be based on a case study or of a research nature from industrial and/or academic authors.
The conference will be spread over 2 days, starting at 9.30am (London time), with suitable breaks, finishing by 5pm, with additional panels and short workshops mainly on the third day, Thursday 16 June 2022.
- INSPIRE 2021 proceedings (PDF)
- INSPIRE titles of proceedings from 1969 - 2020 (PDF)
- INSPIRE 2020 proceedings (PDF)
- INSPIRE 2020 Keynote Presentation - Liz Bacon with audio (PPT) (53.4MB)
- INSPIRE 2020 Keynote Presentation - Liz Bacon without audio (PDF)
- INSPIRE 2020 Keynote Presentation - Eleni Berki (PDF)
- INSPIRE 2019 proceedings (PDF)
- INSPIRE 2018 proceedings (PDF)
- INSPIRE 2017 proceedings (PDF)