Join Us for the Only Virtual Annual Meeting Workshop Opportunity
Not able to attend this year's Annual Meeting? Or, looking for a preview of the rich content in advance of attending the meeting?
This year's ASIS&T Annual Meeting features one virtual workshop in advance of the meeting. Join us on Saturday, October 7 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT for "The Evolving Nature of the Human Side of Information Research – sponsored by SIG-USE," featuring presenters Namali Suraweera, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; David Stokes, University of California, Los Angeles, USA; Nosheen Fatima Warraich, University of the Punjab, Pakistan; Owen Stewart-Robertson, McGill University, Canada.
The 23rd Annual SIG-USE Research Symposium is focused on the evolving nature of the human side of information research. As technology and society continue to evolve, it is becoming increasingly important to consider the human aspects of information research - human information practice, innovative approaches, and interaction and ethical challenges. The primary goals of this symposium include information researchers sharing their experiences and supporting others in the field and facilitating information exchange among esteemed and emerging scholars and professionals, to engage critically with the field, and provide feedback on preliminary work. Participants will be involved in a discussion with a panel of experts who will share their research and insights relating to this year’s theme. Participants will further engage in dynamic break-out discussion sessions with extended abstract presentations, as well as with lightning talks that focus on different aspects of the evolving nature of the human side of information research. Additional registration fee applies. Register now!