October 14-18, 2016
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2016 Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology
Copenhagen, Denmark | Oct. 14-18, 2016
Creating Knowledge, Enhancing Lives through Information & Technology
Information science and technology shape, and are shaped by, decisions, practices and policies that impact people, groups, organizations, governments and societies throughout the world. The Annual Meeting (AM) of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) is a premier, peer-reviewed international conference that gathers scholars and practitioners from around the globe to share research, innovations, and insights regarding how information and technology mediate the creation and use of knowledge within and across cultures and enhance lives. Paper, poster, panel and workshop submissions that focus on the production, discovery, recording, storage, representation, retrieval, presentation, manipulation, dissemination, use, and evaluation of information and on the tools and techniques associated with these processes are welcome.
Please RSVP for those you plan to attend!
The conference embraces plurality in methods and theories, and encompasses research and development from a broad spectrum of domains, as encapsulated in ASIS&T’s many special interest groups (SIGs): Arts & Humanities; Bioinformatics; Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts; Classification Research; Critical Issues; Digital Libraries; Education for Information Science; Health Informatics; History & Foundations of Information Science; Human Computer Interaction; Information Architecture; Information Needs, Seeking and Use; Information Ethics and Policy; International Information Issues; Knowledge Management; Library Technologies; Management; Metrics; Scientific & Technical Information; Social Informatics; and Visualization, Images & Sound.
A mentoring service will be available for students and other junior researchers who have not published papers at earlier ASIS&T Annual Meetings. Feedback on complete draft papers will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis to the extent that resources allow. In addition there will be a “revise and re-submit” opportunity offered for submitted papers that reviewers judge to have publication potential but require additional work.
Confidentiality of submitted materials will be maintained. Upon acceptance titles, authorships, and abstracts of submissions will be published in the annual meeting program and in other ASIS&T communications. Submissions should contain no information or material that will be proprietary or confidential at the time of publication, and should cite no publication that will be proprietary or confidential at that time. Authors retain copyright of their work.
Diane H. Sonnenwald
Workshops & Tutorials, local arrangements & logistics:
Richard Hill, ASIS&T Executive Director, (firstname.lastname@example.org)