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85th Annual Meeting of the 
Association for Information Science and Technology

October 29-November 1, 2022

Crisis, Transition, Resilience: Re-Imagining an Information-Resilient Society

Information plays a pivotal role for the good of society. However, we live in an information environment where the lines between true and false, and interest-driven and balanced content are blurred. This, coupled with the constant information overload, places enormous demands on people. With the United Nations having declared the information situation around the Corona pandemic an “infodemic”, and with a flood of misinformation and disinformation, there is a great need to create a resilient information environment for the future. Integrity, quality, and reliability are critical factors in making information an asset rather than a liability to society

With its unique focus on information, people, and technology, information science is at the forefront of conceptualizing, developing, and implementing solutions for a future information environment that not only reacts to crises, but also helps protect society from future information crises. Quality information can play a central role in helping people spring back after crises but also in dealing with or averting them.

As the premier international conference in the field, the ASIS&T Annual Meeting is a forum to assist in addressing these issues as we continue to push forward the positive contributions of information and technology.

Program Committee

Conference Chair 
Dirk LewandowskiHamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany 
 
Paper Co-Chairs 
Jutta HaiderUniversity of Borås, Sweden 
Noora HirvonenUniversity of Oulu, Finland 
 
Panel Co-Chairs 
Aylin ImeriHeinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany 
Souvick GhoshSan Jose State University, USA 
 
Poster Co-Chairs 
June AbbasUniversity of Oklahoma, USA 
Bhakti GalaCentral University of Gujarat, India 
 
Doctoral Colloquium Co-Chairs  
Pnina FichmanIndiana University Bloomington, USA 
Howard RosenbaumIndiana University Bloomington, USA 

Important Dates

Workshops 
Submission of workshop proposals due: 18 April 2022 
Notification regarding submitted workshops: 29 April 2021 
 
Papers 
Submission of paper proposals due: 18 April 2022 
Notification regarding submitted papers: 23 May 2022 
Camera-ready accepted paper abstracts due: 6 June 2022 (only if you would like your paper published in the Proceedings, which is optional) 
 
Panels and Alternative Events 
Submission of panel proposals due: 18 April 2022 
Notifications regarding submitted panels: 23 May 2022 
Camera-ready accepted panel abstracts due: 6 June 2022 
 
Posters 
Submission of poster proposals due: 8 June 2022 
Notifications regarding submitted posters: 8 July 2022 
Camera-ready accepted poster abstracts due: 27 July 2022 
 
Doctoral Colloquium 
Proposal submissions due: 15 June 2022 
Notifications regarding submitted proposals: 1 August 2022 

Submission site will open 1 February 2022 

Watch the asist.org/am22 for updates.