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2022 ASIS&T SIG-USE Award Winners

Congratulations to all 2022 ASIS&T SIG-USE Award winners!

Outstanding Contribution to Information Behavior Research Award

Recipient: Jenna Hartel

Affiliation: University of Toronto

Best Information Behavior Conference Paper Award

Title: From Communities of Practice to Smart and Connected Communities: Information Sharing Practices Among Social Service Providers,

Authors: Stephen C. Slota, Ishan Nigam, Kenneth R. Fleischmann, Sherri R. Greenberg, David Cruz

Affiliations: University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA

Best Information Behavior Conference Early Career Paper Award

Title: Researching the knowledge journey practices of Indigenous Elders relevant to the younger generation: A community-based participatory study,

Author: Jelina Haines

Affiliation: University of South Australia, South Australia

Best Information Behavior Conference Poster Award

Title: Children’s Interest, Search, and Knowledge: A Pilot Analysis of a STEM Maker Workshop,

Authors: Yong Ju Jung and Jiqun Liu

Affiliations: University of Oklahoma, OK, USA

Please consider applying for one of our awards next year!