by Symeon Papadopoulos, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece
VCONECT EU research project.
Our plan is to turn the STCSN E-Letter into a reliable and rapid communication channel for research developments in the area of Social Networking. Apart from the growing number of STCSN members (more than 450 at the moment) that the E-Letter reaches through different channels of STCSN (mailing list, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn), it is also openly accessible and citable. This makes it a suitable venue for the publication of short articles discussing recent and emerging developments in the area of Social Networking.
We welcome two types of contributions:
All contributions are peer-reviewed to ensure high standards of presentation quality and technical soundness.If interested, feel free to get in touch with Rene Kaiser and myself to discuss in further detail the scope and format of the articles, and other details of the editorial process.
Apart from e-letter contributions, we always welcome participation and contributions to different roles within the STCSN. If interested, please get in touch!