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    Outside Inside ASIS&T, May 2019

    PRESIDENT’S COLUMN Hello members, What is the single most requested item that ASIST members have been clamouring for? You’re right, but you will have to wait to the end to see if we agree! Rather than the usual summer retreat, the Board met in early April in Maryland, about midway through our business year to […]
  • See more postsMapping the Landscapes Compendium

    Mapping the Landscapes Compendium

    Written by: Nayeli Pelayo, Communications Specialist, Educopia Institute This past January, the Educopia Institute released the Self-Identified Library, Archives, and Museum Professional Development Needs report, funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and co-authored by TrueBearing Consulting and LYRASIS. This report summarized the wide range of work conducted through the Mapping the […]
  • See more postsMy First Experience of the ASIS&T Conference

    My First Experience of the ASIS&T Conference

    This post is by Miyoung Chong, a student at the University of North Texas and a volunteer at #ASIST2016. I participated in the ASIS&T 2016 annual conference as a poster presenter. The funny thing is that the acceptance letter was originally sent to the spam mail box that I don’t pay attention to in general. […]
  • See more postsSerendipity Encounter at ASIS&T as a Student Volunteer

    Serendipity Encounter at ASIS&T as a Student Volunteer

    This post is by Si Sun, a student at Rutgers University and a volunteer at #ASIST2016. I would be struggling with deciding on a session to go to on Tuesday morning if I was not assigned a session as a student volunteer. The session assigned to me was “Research Perspectives on Serendipity and Information Encountering”. […]
  • See more postsA student’s perspective: Annual Meeting 2016

    A student’s perspective: Annual Meeting 2016

    This post is by Zhe Wang, a student at Peking University and a volunteer at #ASIST2016. As a second year master student of Peking University, I felt lucky and flatted to serve as a student volunteer in the 2016 annual meeting of ASIS&T. The unimaginable journey started on October 14th by meeting with Stephan our […]
  • See more postsA student’s first ASIS&T Annual Meeting

    A student’s first ASIS&T Annual Meeting

    This post is by Brian Dobreski, a student at Syracuse University and a volunteer at #ASIST2016. The 2016 ASIS&T Annual Meeting was one of many firsts. My first ASIS&T conference. My first time in Denmark. And of course, the first time the Annual Meeting was held in Europe. Serving as a student volunteer was a […]
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    ASIS&T President Lynn Silipigni Connaway Participated in Two Events in Italy

    This post was submitted by Anna Maria Tammaro, PhD 2017 ASIS&T President Lynn Silipigni Connaway participated at two events this past October in Italy, introducing ASIS&T to Italian professionals, students and scholars. This was the first time ASIS&T has presented in Italy — the relevance of these events is high, considering that in Italy, Information Science is misunderstood as Computer Science […]
  • See more postsAnnual Meeting Higher Ed Career Networking

    Annual Meeting Higher Ed Career Networking

    Searching for your next academic job? Trying to fill an available academic position? Then come join us for ASIS&T’s Annual Meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, October 14-18 2016, where Doctoral Students/Academics & Higher Education hiring departments will have the opportunity to interview, network, and learn about each other. As a free service, ASIS&T brings together hiring […]
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    Richard B. Hill

    Celebrating 27 years at ASIS&T!   With mixed feelings, regret for ourselves but happiness for him, the ASIS&T Board learned that after 27 years at the service of our organization, our Executive Director, Dick Hill, will be passing the baton at the end of the year in order to retire to his rural farm, and […]
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