ASIS&T 82nd Annual Meeting

19-23 October 2019 Melbourne, AU
INFORMATION…ANYONE, ANYWHERE, ANY TIME, ANY WAY

 

About

The 82nd Annual Meeting

 Information has been the root cause of significant changes in economic, social, scientific, political, and personal behaviors. However, such changes are only realized when information is delivered to the right group, at the right place, in the right time, and in the right way. Information is so tightly woven into our professional and personal activities that we can sometimes forget that human choices, which are sometimes embedded in technology, drive how data is produced, stored, shared, preserved, managed, and consumed.

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Resources

Resources for Attendees

Call for Proposals

We invite original submissions to the ASIS&T Annual Meeting that will shed light on any aspect of information production, organization…

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Doctoral Colloquium

This half-day event is intended for doctoral students in the later stages of dissertation research, including, students who are post-proposal…

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Job Placement Services

Placement Services Powered by ALISE
Sunday – Tuesday, 20 – 22 October

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Student Opprotunities

Help ASIS&T welcome more than 500 information science professionals to the meeting.

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Registration

Early registration opens 10 June 2019.  *Note: ETA Visa’s are required for travel to Australia.

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Official Mobile App

Coming September 2019.

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Mikaela Jade

Mikaela Jade

Mikaela Jade’s company Indigital work to develop innovative new ways to digitise and translate knowledge and culture from remote and ancient communities. She has a background in environmental biology.

Indigital works with some of the most remote Peoples’ on earth using cutting edge digital technologies to translate cultural knowledge within their communities; showcase their cultural heritage to their visitors in compelling ways; and create jobs in the digital economy.

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UPCOMING DATES

SUBMISSION DEADLINES

Papers
Closed

Workshops and Tutorials
Closed

Panels and Alternative Events
Panel and Alternative Event proposals due: 28 May 2019

Posters/Visual Presentations
Poster and VP proposals due: 17 June 2019

Doctoral Colloquium
Doctoral Colloquium submissions due: 15 July 2019