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European Chapter (EC)

The EC's Autumn 2021 Newsletter is available here.

ASIS&T's EC recognises the unique and influential work of individuals to the area of Information Science through its Community of Information Science Fellows. They are our Champions of Information Science in the European Chapter, sharing their expertise and leadership to our community. The EC's inaugural 10 Fellows inducted for 2021 are as follows:

Tatjana Aparac-Jelusic
Louise Limberg
Michel Menou
Ian Ruthven
Reijo Savolainen

Diane H. Sonnenwald
Anna Maria Tammaro
Christine Urquhart
Pertti Vakkari
Tom Wilson

The winner of the inaugural EC Student Engagement Award is doctoral student David Carrie, University College Dublin, Ireland. Well done David! We look forward to hearing about your participation in the ASIS&T conference and engagement with the European Student Chapter!

The European Student Chapter's International Meet-Up event is happening Friday 19th November 2021 at 3pm-4pm (Dublin/London time). There's still plenty of time to register for it, we hope to have some fun and get to know others in the community! To register for the event, please use the following link:


Missed the ASIS&T Annual Meeting or just want to reminisce?  Here's your chance to get the highlights! NEASIS&T is hosting a FREE hour-long Annual Meeting Experience Report online event on Friday, November 19th, from 11am - 12pm EST, with a lineup of Annual Meeting attendees/presenters from NEASIS&T giving short 5-minute presentations about their experience, highlights from sessions that stood out to them, and if they have presented at the Annual Meeting, a lightning version of their presentations. Register via Eventbrite and the Zoom link will be sent to you the night before the event.



The South Asia Chapter in collaboration with The University of Hong Kong and Academy 22 Education for All Foundation is organizing an international competition for primary and secondary student from around the world. We will equip students with knowledge and skills to participate competently in this fun and meaningful competition where a range of interesting workshops will be offered freely for the participants! To know more about the competition and registration, please visit the webpage or you can directly register here.


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