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The Special Interest Group for Arts & Humanities (SIG AH) invites submissions for panel presentations for the upcoming June 23, 2021, online symposium on the following topics: How Arts & Humanities Within Information Science Technology Convey Understanding of Justice in Society. Other consideration will be given to possible presentations or papers about Cutting-Edge Online Exhibits for Digital Collections. Send your proposals before April 19, 2021 to Dr. Muhammad Tariq at

This symposium will be a good opportunity to share, connect and learn informative and innovative ideas on these fascinating topics.


Thank you for joining SIG AI! We would like to invite you to run for one of the three SIG AI officer positions for 2021-22: Chair, Treasurer, and Communications officer.  All officers are expected to serve for a one-year term. If you are interested in serving, please submit your self-nomination using this form by April 30, 2021.

Position descriptions:

The Chair shall preside over all SIG meetings. The Chair shall appoint all committee chairs and members and act as Chair of the Nominating Committee. It is the responsibility of the Chair to develop and implement the SIG's annual activity plan, which shall be filed with the SIG Cabinet Director and headquarters within 30 days after the Chair takes office.

The Treasurer shall carry out the customary functions of these offices, and shall execute the decisions and policies of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer shall keep records of all meetings and activities and submit an annual activity plan to the SIG Cabinet Director.

The Communications Officer shall be in regular contact with the membership to

solicit information for the Facebook page, Twitter, SIG AI webpage, ASIS&T Community Site.

For additional information about SIG AI, visit the Bylaws.

Soo Young Rieh, Professor and Associate Dean for Education. School of Information, University of Texas at Austin.

Dania Bilal, Professor. School of Information Sciences, The University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Clara M. Chu, Director and Mortenson Distinguished Professor, Mortenson Center for International Library Programs, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.


We invite you to share your key accomplishments in 2020. Let us celebrate your success! Please fill in the following survey by May 14:

This is a unique opportunity to showcase your research, teaching, service, or any other professional activities. Survey participants' responses will be compiled and shared with over 455 members of SIG-III spread around the world.

Please use your judgment when sharing information via this survey. Do not submit any sensitive information or objectionable content. Please consult with organizational policies before releasing any information related to concerned organizations. It might be a good idea to share the information that is already available in the public domain.


We are very happy to share with you our first newsletter in 2021. Get to know the various updates of KM. We aim to offer you more inspiring and interesting news in the field of KM.

SIG-KM Newsletter Vol.1 Issue 1 |March 2021 

Future Updates

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