• See more postsNews about President-elect Lynn Silpigni Connaway!

    News about President-elect Lynn Silpigni Connaway!

    ASIS&T members always have so many exciting things going on, and our President-elect is no exception! Dr. Lynn Silpigni Connaway, a Senior Research Scientist at OCLC, has two exciting talks coming up soon: Today, March 15, she will be giving a talk at the Vatican! Her talk is called “‘It’s so easy – Internet, Google’: Positioning […]
  • See more postsASIS&T Position Statement on the ALA Accreditation Process

    ASIS&T Position Statement on the ALA Accreditation Process

    ASIS&T Position Statement on the ALA Accreditation Process and the Future Collaboration between ALA and ASIS&T in the Area of Graduate Professional Education February 10, 2016 As a professional association that bridges the gap between information science practice and research, ASIS&T counts researchers and practitioners from a large number of diverse fields in its ranks, […]
  • See more postsNEASIST Travel Awards

    NEASIST Travel Awards

    The Association for Information Science & Technology, New England Chapter (NE-ASIS&T) is pleased to announce two awards to support participation in an ASIS&T Summit or Annual Meeting.  Our goals are to support scholarship and connect research and practice, bringing new voices to the chapter. The student award (of up to $1000) and the practitioner award […]
  • See more postsASIS&T’s statement in support of the Department of Information Science at the University of Düsseldorf

    ASIS&T’s statement in support of the Department of Information Science at the University of Düsseldorf

    As the leading organization dedicated to advancing information professionals and the field of information science, the Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) is concerned about the sudden closing of the Department of Information Science of the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Düsseldorf. For over 75 years, ASIS&T members—thousands of researchers, developers, practitioners, students, […]
  • See more postsASIS&T President’s Message

    ASIS&T President’s Message

    Nadia Caidi is 2016 ASIS&T President and an Associate Professor in the iSchool at the University of Toronto. She can be reached at nadia.caidi@utoronto.ca. On behalf of my colleagues on the ASIS&T Board, I would like to extend to you all our best wishes for the New Year, and a happy start to 2016. In the past few […]
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    Nine Reasons to be an ASIS&T Student Volunteer, by Si Sun

    Si Sun, the author of this post, is a student volunteer at #ASIST2015.  1. Reduction of conference registration fees  One of the biggest benefits to be an ASIS&T student volunteer is that our work is paid generously with the conference registration fee. The duties do not conflict with our other obligations because Stephan, who is […]
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    Thrilled for being in this heaven of information world! by Stephanie Lee

    Stephanie Lee, the author of this post, is a student volunteer at #ASIST2015.  Before I start my report, I’m truly grateful for having an opportunity to participate as a member in this heaven of the information world. Attending ASIST 2015 was definitely invaluable experiences, and the conference motivated me a lot to work harder and […]
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    Three Dinners a Day – We All Have a Dessert Stomach for Networking, by Si Sun

    Si Sun, the author of this post, is a student volunteer at #ASIST2015.  With ASIS&T AM about to end, perhaps too promptly, many of us are taking the opportunity to continue catching up with old friends and making new ones. This lead some of us to exercise our “dessert stomach” to accommodate all that extra […]
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    Last night… by Anmol Kalsi

    Anmol Kalsi, the author of this post, is a student volunteer at #ASIST2015.  9 November The President’s Reception featuring posters showcased a wide array of works in progress and innovative research studies, demonstrating the vibrant activity within the LIS research community. Of course, there were snacks and plenty of opportunities for mingling. Following a quick […]
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    2014 Student Design Competition Winners Continued to Develop Their Work, by Si Sun

    Si Sun, the author of this post, is a student volunteer at #ASIST2015. Our student design competitions winners from last year continued to develop their work and presented a poster at the Annual Meeting yesterday. Their winning design, called Disaster Box, allows people to use social media to help with disaster relief. This is possible […]
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