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Information Technology and Politics (Section 18)

The purpose of this section is to provide a forum for members with an interest in the use of computers, the Internet, and multimedia in teaching, research, and policy applications in political science and all related subfields and disciplines.

Founded: 1988
Yearly membership dues: $20.00 for students and $20.00 for other members. Subscription to Journal of Information Technology and Politics included with membership.
Website: http://apsaitp.org/
Public Discussion List: APSA Connect discussion
Journal: Journal of Information Technology and Politics; published 4 times per year with electronic-only access.
Newsletter: Information Technology and Politics Newsletter
Section Counts

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Section Officers

Chair
David Karpf
George Washington University
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Chair Elect
Leticia Bode
Georgetown University
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Secretary
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Treasurer
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2017 Annual Meeting Program Chairs
Leticia Bode
Georgetown University
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Journal Editor
Journal of Information Technology and Politics Michael Xenos
University of Wisconsin, Madison
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Council
Term: 09/2015-08/2017
Jeff Gulati, Bentley University
Lauren Copeland, Baldwin Wallace University
Catie Bailard, George Washington University

Section Awards

Section awards are presented during the APSA annual meeting awards ceremony. To learn more about any award listed, contact the award committee chair for the award.

All section 18. Information Technology and Politics awards to-date »

Best Book Award

The Best Book Award recognizes the best book in the area of Information Technology and Politics. The contest is limited to books published in the previous calendar year.

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Best Conference Paper

The Best Conference Paper Award recognizes the best conference paper in the area of information technology and politics. The contest is limited to articles presented at conferences in the previous calendar year.

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Best Dissertation Award

The Best Disseration Award recognizes the best dissertation in the area of Information Technology and Politics.

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Deadline for Nominations: TBA

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Best Information Technology & Politics Article Award

The Best Published Article Award recognizes the best scholarly article published about Information Technology and Politics. The contest is limited to articles published in the calendar year. The winner will receive a certificate and a check for the cost of one year’s membership in the APSA and the ITP section.

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Deadline for Nominations: TBA

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Learning Innovations Award

This award recognizes innovations in learning technology and pedagogy.

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Outstanding Software Development

The Award for Outstanding Software Development recognizes the development of software that advances research and/or teaching in the area of technology and politics.

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