Chapter News, January 2023
Please join the European Chapter for Coffee with the Authors!
We will welcome Martin White and Sandra Ward who will discuss their book on Evolution and impact: a history of the Institute of Information Scientists 1958-2002 There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.
Monday, February 13th, 2023, 15:00-16:00 GMT (16:00-17:00 CET, , 10:00-11:00 EST)
Meeting ID: 919 1352 5463; Passcode: 488561
US Midwest Chapter
ASIS&T President Abebe Rorissa met virtually with the Midwest Regional Chapter on Monday, December 5 – we got a chance to meet the president, hear about his plans for ASIS&T, and ask questions. A lively and graceful discussion was had with 15-20 participants! If you missed the discussion, you can check out the session recording in the document library for the Chapter here on iConnect.
The ASIS&T Midwest Chapter is also delighted to host and sponsor Dr. Emily Knox on February 2, for her webinar “5 (or More) Tips for Thriving in Your Ph.D. Program.” All are welcome to register. The webinar recording will be available in the document library for the Chapter here on iConnect, as well as in the Past Webinars Library here.
US Northeast Chapter (NEASIS&T)
NEASIS&T Annual Conference.
NEASIS&T's Annual Conference, co-hosted with Simmons ASIS&T, will take place on Friday, March 3, 2023 (9:30AM - 1:30PM EST, exact timing to be finalized closer to event), virtually via Zoom. The theme this year is Information Science and Technology in Action. This event looks at how information is used and applied in theory and practice across different sectors and industries. Practitioners, students, and researchers in all library and information science/technology fields are encouraged to submit a proposal.
We are accepting proposals for presentations, panels, workshops and posters related to our conference theme. We welcome proposals from students, faculty, practitioners, and any other role in the information sciences, libraries, archives, and other related sectors. Priority will be given to proposals from presenters in the Northeast region (ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT, NY, NJ)
Proposed topics can be in any format: panel, presentation, 7-10 minute lightning talk/poster, hands-on workshop, etc.
Please submit proposals through this online form.
Deadline for submission: January 16, 2023
Notification by: January 27, 2023