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Ying Huang

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Dear all,

We are organizing a special issue at Profesional de la información (EPI). The topic of this special issue is "International Collaboration & Communication", covering a wide range of topics on both methodology and application sides. Paper submission will be due on May 31, 2024.

Submission requirements can be found on the special issue webpage:


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email us (ying....@whu.edu.cn).


Best Regards,

Ying Huang representing the guest editors (Ying Huang, Tim Engels, Caroline S. Wagner, and Yi Bu)



Profesional de la información (EPI)

Theme: International Collaboration & Communication

Issue: v. 33, n. 6

Publication date: November 2024

Manuscript submission deadline: May 31, 2024


In an increasingly interconnected world, the importance of effective collaboration and communication cannot be overstated. However, various complicated socio-, economic-, political- and human-related factors have led to some expected and unexpected challenges in international collaboration. Under such a circumstance, clear communication is the key to promoting the effectiveness of international collaboration. This special issue seeks to delve into the nuances that come with international partnerships and the role of technology in bridging gaps between varying communication landscapes, especially exploring the dynamics, benefits, challenges, opportunities, and best practices of international cooperation in science and technology.


Topics of interest for this special issue include, but are not limited to:

 Models and theories of international collaboration and communication

 Measurement and evaluation of international collaboration

 Effectiveness of international collaboration and communication

 The impact of cultural diversity on international collaboration

 Technological advancements facilitating global connectivity

 Language barriers and multilingual communication strategies

 Virtual teams and remote collaboration across borders

 Policy analysis and the governance of international collaborations

 Future trends and predictions in international connectivity

We invite submissions of original research, review articles, and case studies that address any of the above or related topics. Interdisciplinary work that spans more than one of these areas is particularly welcomed.

   Ying HUANG, PhD
    Associate Professor, School of Information Management, Wuhan University, China
    Guest Research Fellow, ECOOM - Centre for Research and Development Monitoring, KU Leuven, Belgium 
    Email: Ying....@whu.edu.cn
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