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The organisers of IST'23 (previously announced here) are delighted to now share the full conference programme. Additionally, information for accepted authors follows.

Tuesday, 20 June

Time Activity
08:45-09:00 Conference registration

Room 2-0024, Engelska Parken, Uppsala Universitet

09:00-09:15 Opening of the conference

Online, open to on-site participation in Room 22/0031

09:15-10:15 Keynote I: The Philosophy of History Meets Archival Practice, Kirsten Welsh & Adrian Currie
On-site, open to online participation via Zoom
10:15-10:45 Fika (coffee/tea break)

On-site and Online via Zoom

10:45-12:00 Session 1

On-site, open to online participation via Zoom

  • Assembling fragments: a two-layer knowledge management tool to explore algorithms and their social functions, Rayya Roumanos and Olivier Le Deuff
  • Conceptualizing Data Needs within Contexts of Data Discoverability and Reuse: A Study of Environmental and Social Scientists, Ying-Hsang Liu, Isto Huvila, Jessica Kaiser, Zanna Friberg, Olle Sköld, Lisa Andersson, Megan Power and Mingfang Wu
12:00-13:00 Lunch


13:00-13:50 Opening panel - Perspectives on Documenting Processes and PracticesOn-site, open to online participation via Zoom
13:50-14:00 Short break
14:00-15:00 Session 2

Online, open to on-site participation via Zoom

  • Exploring Predictors of Personal Health Information Management Practices: A Survey of University Students in the Post-Pandemic Era, Alia Arshad
  • Can Argumentation Help Understand How Scientific Information Reaches the Public? Heng Zheng and Jodi Schneider
15:00-15:30 Fika


15.30-17:00 ThesisIn3 - in collaboration with iSchools Doctoral Seminar

Online, open to on-site participation in Room 2-0024

17:30 Historical guided tour in Vasaborgen Uppsala Slott, (


18.30 (drink 18.30, dinner 19.00) Conference dinner, Café Alma’s Chambre Separée, Universitetshuset, Biskopsgatan 3


Wednesday, 21 June

Time Activity
09:00-10:00 Keynote II: Hyperdocumentation: what are the limits for documenting processes and practices? Olivier Le Deuff

On-site, open to online participation via Zoom

10:00-10:30 Fika


10:30-12:00 Session 3
Online, open to on-site participation in Room 2-0024

  • An information framework for research on difficult heritage, memory and identity practices on social network sites, Costis Dallas, Ingrida Kelpšienė, Rimvydas Laužikas and Justas Gribovskis
  • Demystification: how librarians can bring order to algorithmically driven transactions, Maureen Henninger and Hilary Yerbury
  • A record of a run: documenting running through self-tracking data and personal (digital) archive practices, Lee Pretlove
12:00-13:00 Lunch


13:00-14:30 Session 4
On-site, open to online participation via Zoom

  • Data papers as documentation of research processes and practices, Isto Huvila, Dydimus Zengenene, Olle Sköld and Lisa Andersson
  • Investigation of Contexts of Data Discovery and Selection Criteria for Clinical Trials Data, Ying-Hsang Liu, Mingfang Wu and Megan Power
  • Approaching gameplay process documentation, Olle Sköld
14:30-15:00 Fika

On-site, and Online via Zoom

15:00-16:00 Closing session

On-site, open to online participation via Zoom

16.15-18.00 Wine social at the Department of ALM, Engelska Parken, House 4, 2nd floor


Welcome to IST 2023!

All participants
On-site participants
Keynotes, presenters and session chairs
  • Please bring your own computer for showing your slides. Log in to the Zoom room and share your slides with the online and offline attendants via the Zoom room
  • Mac users: bring a HDMI cable adapter
  • Please be present in the break before you are due to present, so that we can check sound and whether you can share your screen OK
  • A session chair will introduce the speakers and keep track of questions in the on-site room
  • A designated facilitator will keep track of questions from the Zoom room


Information for accepted authors

Presentations: Please prepare a 20 minute presentation. In addition to the 20 minute presentation, there will also be 10 minutes for questions and answers.

Hybrid format: The on-site sessions will be broadcasted via Zoom to online conference attendants. The online sessions will be open to on-site participation at the conference venue. We encourage all on-site participants to login and be present in the Zoom room during the online sessions to promote the sense of community with online participants.

Recording: For those presenters who agree, the presentations will be recorded and posted at the UU MedFarmPlay CAPTURE channel. Please fill out the form to consent to the recording of your presentation.

Upload your abstract to Zenodo: Please upload your revised abstract to the Information Science Trends - ASIS&T European Chapter Series Zenodo community. We will be informed and accept your upload (if it corresponds to our template).

Registration: Register at Cut-off date for on-site registration is June 5th 2023.

Hotels: we have not made any reservations. Booking separately often ends up in the best deals. Find your accommodation:,17.628234,15z

Program: in attachment. Check your time slot and contact immediately if anything needs to be changed! We will try  our best to accommodate to any pressing needs but have limited possibilities to move papers between sessions.

Questions? Contact: Sophie Rutter, (EU Chapter chair),

Lisa Andersson, (CAPTURE project, EU Chapter treasurer)

Kind regards, the IST2023 organizing team: Amalia, Arthur, Dydimus, Faye, Isto, Jessica, Lisa, Olle, Romain, Sascha, Sheila, Sophie, Ying-Hsang, Yuhua & Zanna