About CIRCD Publishing

It is CIRCD’s aim to contribute research and knowledge on current developments within the area of interaction and communication in institutional settings. The working papers, reports and presentations cover a wide range of studies within this field of interest. Publications are selected and edited by members of the centre who possess in-depth knowledge of the fields covered in the specific studies. Please feel free to email the editor-in-chief if you have suggestions for papers or reports. CIRCD welcomes any contributions based on a theoretical and/or empirical analysis of social interaction and communication design in professional settings. For requirements and guidance on writing papers and reports for CIRCD publishing, please make use of the style sheet.

Please note that the majority of working papers and reports are published in Danish. However, some will also be featured in English.

Working papers on interaction and communication
Working papers are in-depth scientific articles based on theoretical and/or empirical studies and research projects. Some reflect work-in-progress by scholars, while others are projects completed by top students and scholars alike. These are especially aimed at the academic world, to enlighten and inspire scholars, professors and students. Working papers are published in CIRCD Publishing every half-year in the order they are received.

Reports on interaction and communication
Reports are practice-oriented and aim to give knowledge and insight that can be implemented in institutional settings. They derive from various studies of practice in professional settings within the area of interaction and communication. Reports are published in CIRCD Publishing every half-year in the order in which they are received.

The selection consists of various presentations from conferences and lectures. These were made by members of CIRCD, and since the presentations are not official publications, but rather material for inspiration and knowledge sharing, these are not peer-reviewed.

CIRCD database
Here, you can find most of the data from the various published studies, alongside others that have yet to be featured.

Brian Due