15-17 February 2022 (Tuesday to Thursday) A synergistic and transdisciplinary engagement between academia, students, industry, civil society, organised labour (Unions) and government on the future of work, data science and digital skills
  • Call for Papers and Summit concept note,
    informing science, InfoSci, table of contents
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    Vladimir Mokiy, Tatiana Lukyanova
    Aim/Purpose: The article is designed to contradict the existing opinion that “transdisciplinarity is a marginal direction of contemporary science.”

    Background: The difficulties of implementing transdisciplinarity into science and education are connected with the fact that its generally accepted definition, identification characteristics, and methodological features are still missing. In order to ...
    transdisciplinarity, transdisciplinary research, systems approach, systems transdisciplinary approach, higher education
    1 - 18
    Rimvydas Skyrius, Mindaugas Krutinis, Svetlana Nemitko, Justina Valentukevičė, Norbert Andžej Gulbinovič, Marija Sanosianaitė
    Aim/Purpose. This paper, although conceived earlier than the emergence of COVID-19 pandemic, addresses the problem of informing agility as part of organizational agility that has become a rather important issue for business survival.

    Background. While the general issues of business informing, and business intelligence (BI) in particular, have been widely researched, the dynamics of informing, t ...
    organizational agility, business intelligence agility
    19 - 30
    Eli Cohen
    The purpose of this paper is to provide a model to help explain why ideas about reality differ. Misinformation is an important topic that in the past several years has gained prominence. The author developed a model of informing.
    created realities, misinformation, disinformation, fake news, beliefs, informing