ABOUT THE SERIES
The International Series on Information Systems and Mangement in Creative eMedia (CreMedia) advances the knowledge of creativity industry with a cross-disciplinary viewpoint towards media, and attempts to connect media technology, business and management research, media art, and digital content production. Contributions such as emerging technologies, information systems, IT infrastructures, methods, algorithms, tools, business research, human-computer-experience, media management, art, and digital content productions are covered. The journal covers a wide range of media genres, such as television, emerging media, publishing, digital games, radio, ubiquitous/ambient media, advertising, social media, motion pictures, online video, eHealth, eLearning, and other eMedia related industries.
The journal seeks contributions from the fields of:
- computer science, in particular entertainment computation, media technology and multimedia
- human-computer-interaction, and user-experience
- ubiquitous, pervasive, ambient, and semantic intelligent technologies
- media management, business, economics, information systems research in media industries
- media art, content production, content systems, and services
- tools, software/hardware architectures, and their solutions
- methods, algorithms, and paradigms
ISSN 2341-5584 (Print)
ISSN 2341-5576 (PDF)
ISSN 2341-6165 (CD-ROM)
FOUNDERS AND MANAGING DIRECTORS
- A/Prof. Dr. Artur Lugmayr, AUSTRALIA
- Bjoern Stockleben, HFF, GERMANY
- Emilija Stojmenova, Univ. of Ljubljana, SLOVENIA
INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL BOARD
- Estefania Serral Asensio, KU-Leuven, BELGIUM
- Mark Billinghurst, University of Canterbury, NEW ZEALAND
- Shu-Chin Chen, Florida International University, USA
- Artur Lugmayr, Curtin University of Technology, AUSTRALIA
- Bogdan Pogorelc, Univ. of
- Thomas Risse, L3C, GERMANY
- Heiko Schuldt, Universty of Basel, SWITZERLAND
- Bjoern Stockleben, Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg (RBB), GERMANY
- Emilija Stojmenova, Univ. of Ljubljana, SLOVENIA
- Cinzia Dal Zotto, University of Neuchatel, SWITZERLAND
INDEXING & RANKINGS
- The Semantic Ambient Media (SAME) workshop series of is ranked in Scopus
- The series is indexed by OpenAIRE, WorldCat, GoogleScholar, and partially in CORR/arXiv and DBPL
- The complete series is ranked with the Finnish national publication ranking system (Julkaisufoorum) on JUFO 1 (JUFO ID 75276)
- The journal is indext with DOAJ [DOAJ Entry]
- We also applied for being integrated into other ranking and indexing portals. More information soon.
PRICING FOR AUTHORS, CONTRIBUTORS, OR EDITORS OF SPECIAL ISSUES
- The journal is completely free!!! - this includes the access to the content, author costs, or costs for other contributors as e.g. special issue editors
LONG TERM ARCHIVING POLICY
- The journal is deposited at the National Library of Finland for long-term preseveration.
- Zonodo is utlized as another deposit for long-term preservation.
QUALITY CONTROL & REVIEW POLICY
- Each publication within the series follows a strict double-blind peer review process to guarantee the high quality of it's publications
- In addition to a strict double-blind peer review process, we conduct an editorial review and apply a desk reject for low quality contributions
- We do not accept any plagiarism or practices which do not follow typical scientific ethics
JOIN US ONLINE
- mailinglist: http://ambientmediaassociation.org
- facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/sameworkshop/
- homepage: http://www.ambientmediaassociation.org
COPYRIGHT AND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, PDF, PS, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format. For final submissions, please make sure that you only submit the PDF version.
- Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
- For this series, please always follow the author guidelines for formating of your work as indicated on the website of the call (e.g. workshop).
- If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
- When you submit your final article, please use this submission system to submit the copyright form as supplementary material. Supplementary material can be uploaded after submiting your final article in the next steps of the submission process.
- More detailed submission guidelines
The jornal applies an open access policy. More information on the copyright policy of the journal can be found in the copyright form (Version 3.0/2018) for authors [HERE]. In principle the copyright policy of the journal follows the CC BY-NC-ND (Attributed-Non-Commercial-NoDerivs) policy.
At iAMEA, we distinguish between two types of collected data: (1) Publishing Metadata; and (2) Other Data, as we need to deal with both types of data in a different way. Under “Other Data” we understand website usage data, cookies, contact and identity data, communication data and any other personal data.
- Our data is mainly collected through our Open Journal System (OJS) based website (http://www.ambientmediaassociation.org), on our email list service PHP List (http://www.ambientmediaassociation.org/phplist), Google Analytics, and other digital services we utilize on a case-by-case basis to organise our activities and events (e.g. Google Forms, worskhop registrations, etc.).
- We collect all data required for publishing your works in form of “Publishing Metadata”, which includes author information, email addresses, paper titles, abstracts, addresses, copyright forms, and the actual papers to be able to publish within an open access platform. We will also use this data to subscribe you to email lists to be able to organise our events and activities and inform you about the publishing process, and any follow up information.
- We also collect “Other Data”, such as contact and identity data (name, email address, phone number, postal address) or any other information through providing email list subscriptions, online forms, event attendee lists, or any other case-by case services to fulfil our scientific organisational duties. We collect website usage data through Google Analytics, web-statistics, WordPress, and data collected by the PHP software Open Journal System (OJS) that we utilize to host the open access forum.
INFORMATION WE DISCLOSE
- Any information provided to us in form of “Publishing Metadata” will be used for publishing research works (e.g. author names, email addresses, paper titles, abstracts, papers) and are disclosed to third parties to allow indexing and preservation of publications through e.g. the Finnish National Library, Google Scholars, or any other indexing services.
- Information for non-publishing purposes, “Other Data” (e.g. email list subscriptions, communication, etc.) will not be disclosed to third parties, and only be used within the scope of this activity (e.g. notifying authors or attendees of an event, follow-up activities) and for internal analytic purposes (e.g. website statistics).
- We disclose some information to 3rd parties, where we deem it as important to organise our activities and events. These are (but not limited to) e.g. providing with conference organisers with attendee lists for workshops, publishing metadata, or data that we need to collect to organise our events and activities.
- You have the right to request to delete, access, and correct your data. However, we can not guarantee that we are able to delete, access, and correct “Publishing Metadata”, that we forwarded to 3rd parties for indexing and publishing purposes.
HOW LONG DATA IS KEPT
- “Publishing Metadata” is kept for the time necessary to fulfil the purpose of publishing your research works. Any “Other Data” is kept until we receive notice from you to remove this information, or through periodic audits when we deem the data as not essential.
- Please find our contact information on: http://www.ambientmediaassociation.org/Journal/index.php/series/about/contact