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    Best ASIST so far… by Anmol Kalsi

      Anmol Kalsi, the author of this post, is a student volunteer at #ASIST2015.  Having been coming to ASIST for the six years, I have to say this is the most fantastic conference I’ve attended, so if you’re not here you’re missing out big time. We’re all having so much fun, bursting at the seams […]
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    What does information look like? By Si Sun

    Si Sun, the author of this post, is a student volunteer at #ASIST2015.  What does information look like – internationally? Rebecca Noone from University of Toronto spent most of the morning completing the reassembling of an artistic demonstration of her and her colleagues’ work. These drawings on square shaped pieces of paper are called “iSquare” images. […]
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    Intro to #asist2015, by Anmol Kalsi

      Anmol Kalsi, the author of this post, is a student volunteer at #ASIST2015.  Conference Chair Lisa Given in the program notes welcomes us to “beautiful” St. Louis. Anyone who’s had the pleasure of meeting her will know she is delightful but Lisa, “beautiful” requires quite a stretch of the imagination which is asking quite […]
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    Get to Know SIG KM: Knowledge Management

    Today we continue the “Get to Know A SIG / Get to Know a Chapter” series with an interview with SIG KM: Knowledge Management. SIG KM concerns itself “with all aspects of knowledge within all types of organizations, including knowledge creation, documentation, codification, sharing, and how these activities promote innovation, learning, effectiveness, and profitability.” To […]
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    Share your feedback on the draft ASIS&T Strategic Plan!

    I am very pleased to share with you this draft ASIS&T Strategic Plan: http://bit.ly/1MprSoL. The Strategic Planning Taskforce developed this draft Strategic Plan based on extensive input collected from members and non-members, analysis of data reports, and collaboration with the ASIS&T Board. You can read the full findings report, ASIS&T Strategic Planning Report: Key Findings and […]
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    The ASIS&T Strategic Planning Report is now available!

    Submitted by Sandy Hirsh, 2015 ASIS&T President The Strategic Planning Taskforce (SPTF), which I formed at the 2014 Annual Meeting, has been hard at work this year!  This taskforce was charged with: reviewing ASIS&T’s mission, vision, and goals and translating these into clear actions that can be reported on; surveying (using various tools, including focus […]
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    Get to Know the Catholic University Student Chapter

    We continue our “Get to Know a SIG / Get to Know a Chapter” post series today with an interview with the Catholic University of America ASIS&T Student Chapter (CUA-ASIS&T). Located in Washington, DC, CUA-ASIS&T “provides an opportunity for its [student] members to share their special concerns and present programs which cater to specific interests […]
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    Commemorating Dr. Robin Peek

    Dr. Robin Peek passed away on August 21, 2015, in Boston, MA. Dr. Peek was an Associate Professor in the School of Library and Information Science at Simmons College. She worked at Simmons for over 20 years and retired in 2014. She was a distinguished scholar in the information science community and an admired individual. She was one […]
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    Get to Know the ASIS&T European Chapter

    The next interview in our “Get to Know A SIG / Get to Know a Chapter” series is with ASIS&T’s European Chapter. The Chapter is “the leading European community of academics and practitioners in the field of information science” and looks to “facilitate networking ideas and community building across the national borders within Europe, and within the ASIS&T membership […]
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    SIG Cabinet positions are available! Nominate yourself or a friend!

    Calling all ASIS&T members! Are you active within our Special Interest Groups (SIGs)? Have you chaired a SIG, or have you recently been involved in the SIG Cabinet Steering Committee? If so, why not consider running for an available position on the SIG Cabinet? You would work with the SIG Cabinet Director on managing the SIGs, and play […]
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