Chapter News, May 2023
Asia Pacific Chapter
As a part of organizing webinars for the AP community, Asia-Pacific Chapter of ASIS&T is delighted to announce that we are going to host a webinar on "Useful e-Health Systems or Useful Health Information?" on May 23, 2023. Professor Isto Huvila from information studies at the Department of ALM (Archival Studies, Library and Information Studies and Museums and Cultural Heritage Studies) at Uppsala University in Sweden will be the speaker this time.
The webinar will take place on May 23, 2023; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT). Register here.
Student Research Symposium on Artificial Intelligence
The European Chapter and SIG-AI are hosting a virtual Student Research Symposium on Artificial Intelligence on 5 June 2023, 2:00 - 4:00 PM UK time (find your time here). The registration deadline is 1 June 2023. Cost is free to ASIS&T members, $5 for student non-members, and $10 for all other non-members. Register here.
IST 2023: Information Science Perspectives to Documenting Processes and Practices
The European Chapter (EC) and European Student Chapter (ESC) of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), and the CAPTURE project invite to a joint in-person and online conference on Information Science Perspectives to Documenting Processes and Practices.
The purpose of the hybrid format is to enable as wide participation as possible, across geographical boundaries and for researchers and practitioners alike, in the information science community. Each of the conference days will consist of an onsite half-day, also broadcasted via Zoom, and a Zoom only half-day. A physical space that can be used to join the Zoom sessions will be provided to onsite participants in Uppsala. Presentations will be recorded and made available for the registered participants.
For those attending on Zoom, there will be networking opportunities between sessions. Those attending in Uppsala will be offered additional social events in the evening of June 20th and 21st.
Keynotes: Adrian Currie, Kirsten Walsh, and Olivier Le Deuff. More details in the keynote announcement, here.
Tuesday, 20 June
- 09:00-12:00, on-site keynote, paper/poster session, in-person (open to off-site participation via Zoom)
- 12:00-13:00, lunch, in-person
- 13:00-16:00, opening panel, paper/poster session, ONLINE only
- 18.30 Conference dinner, including guided tour of Uppsala Castle, in-person
Wednesday, 21 June
- 08:00-09:00, wake up event - morning coffee and on-site poster session, in-person
- 09:00-12:00, online keynote and paper/poster session continues, ONLINE only
- 12:00-13:00, lunch, in-person
- 13:00-16:00, paper/poster session continues, closing session, in-person (open to off-site participation via Zoom)
- 16.30-18.00, Wine social at the Department of ALM, in person
The fees are: ASIS&T members: no charge (but registration still required). Student non-members: US $10; Other non-members: US $25. Click here to register for the conference.
US Midwest Chapter
US Midwest Chapter members: Conducting some interesting research? Writing an article? Working on a great project? Please let us know about it!
The US Midwest Chapter of ASIS&T is home to lots of members who are doing great things in information science. By sharing your story with other chapter members, you may find others are working along similar lines and could make excellent collaborators.
If you'd like to have your work included in the next US Midwest Chapter "newsletter" (more of a web posting, actually), please email Steve Hardin at firstname.lastname@example.org.