2016 Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology

Copenhagen, Denmark | Oct. 14-18, 2016

 

ASIS&T’s first European AM conference was a resounding success! Everyone had a wonderful time, and compliments were received on new program offerings and networking events. The food was fabulous and registrants were able to make time to do some touring of the city. The storify contest engaged students, and Dick’s retirement celebration at SIG CON was enjoyed by all. Thanks to all our members for making this year’s conference such a wonderful experience.

THE MYRIAD OF TOPICS @ AM16 KEPT TWITTER BUZZING!

Lisa Given ‏@lisagiven Oct 18Copenhagen, Denmark
Lisa Given Retweeted Sarah Polkinghorne
Loving my PhD student's Storify about #ASIST2016 (and not just because she quoted me) - great job @sarahpolk!

H.-Chr. Hobohm ‏@hobohm Oct 18
Panel on life logging starts with Jannica Heinström. Very well thought group of interventions.

Adam Worrall
‏@adamworrall4 Oct 18
Chris Borgman suggests we tie information work to infrastructure and invisible work. Echoes of Leigh Star in the room.

Gita Manaktala ‏@sylviamath Oct 18
Congratulations to all #ASIST2016 award winners @mitpress

Thomas Schmidt ‏@thomasS_UniR Oct 18
Vivien Petras with a great presentation about her large scale study on the behavior of E-Reader users

wadekelly ‏@wadekelly Oct 17
Wow, have I been packing it in.

Rong Tang ‏@tangr Oct 17
I was so happy to be with Marcia Bates when I bought her books with her autograph

Thomas Schmidt ‏@thomasS_UniR Oct 17
Had a blast at asist presenting our poster. Thanks for all the constructive questions, remarks and compliments.

Agnes Mainka ‏@Agnieszka_M Oct 17
Interactive poster shows that the number of chapters are growing

Frances Ryan ‏@cleverfrances Oct 17
Had a great first meeting with my mentor, @HenrietteRoued, for tomorrow's #ASIST2016 Doctoral Colloquium. #PhDDreams

Sarah Polkinghorne ‏@sarahpolk Oct 17
#ASIST2016 has been fascinating! My gratitude to everyone I've encountered. Much of the story's here: https://storify.com/sarahpolk/asistineurope … #asistineurope

Tamara Heck ‏@tamaraheck Oct 17
#ASIST2016 cool: #opensource tool for evaluating your file management software. live demo analysing the AM proceedings stick

mfcavanagh ‏@mfcavanagh Oct 17
mfcavanagh Retweeted wadekelly
Nice provocations from this panel on digital sociology +LIS @DevonGreyson @anabelquanhaase

Danielle Pollock ‏@librarian_d Oct 17
Building a nice "to read" list from the Digital Sociology session

Melissa Ocepek ‏@melissa1776 Oct 17
At SIG/USE meeting sitting between two notable citations from my dissertation Barbara Wildemuth & Katriina Bystrom!!!

Ivy ‏@archivy Oct 17
So glad to see #library research at #ASIST2016 ! how public librarians provide health info to people experiencing homelessness

Joseph Busch ‏@joebusch Oct 17
Classification research session on local and global knowledge organization at #ASIST2016

Frances Ryan ‏@cleverfrances Oct 17
Really excited about the #ASIST2016 Digital Sociology session!

min2fly ‏@min2fly Oct 17Copenhagen, DenmarkView translation
まず論文と査読をオープンにしてからデータの話に行こうぜ的なコメントが。 #ASIST2016

Danielle Pollock ‏@librarian_d Oct 17
Takeaway from Social Informatics of Data Norms panel: Big data research needs more graduate students.

Philipp Mayr ‏@Philipp_Mayr Oct 17
Perception and effectiveness of search advertising on smartphones. @status203ok @griesbau #ASIST2016 https://www.asist.org/files/meetings/am16/proceedings/submissions/papers/49paper.pdf

Candy Schwartz ‏@candyschwartz Oct 17
In interesting session on dig data curation - speaker on difficulties of citing data - dataset, software, data paper?

Medieninformatik Rgb ‏@MedienInfRgb Oct 17Copenhagen, Denmark
Joachim Griesbaum and Ben Heuwing presenting a new study on mobile ad perception using eye tracking

Lina Gordon ‏@leensgordon Oct 17Copenhagen, Denmark
So enjoyed having a meaningful conversation about #diversity #inclusion & #belonging w other @asist_org members
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Melissa Ocepek ‏@melissa1776 Oct 17
Beth Juncker on cultural dissemination for children: We need a language for the usefulness of learning from art #ASIST2016 #Art

Leif Azzopardi ‏@leifos Oct 17Copenhagen, Denmark
Roberto & @chirag_shah present their work on using affective signals as implicit indicators of relevance and search strategy

InfoWiss Potsdam ‏@Master_IW_FHP Oct 17
Marianne Martens on Alma Flor Ada and compares to Elfreda Chatmann on information poverty

Isto Huvila ‏@ihuvila Oct 17
Technological optimism meets social pessimism (or do you call it realism) at #ASIST2016 keynote discussion?

Kaitlin L. Costello ‏@k8lin Oct 17
The question now is "can I trust the data" -in the future it will be "can I trust the algorithm filtering the literature for me?"

Laura Ridenour ‏@imparseable Oct 17
So far, I am greatly enjoying my time at #ASIST2016, and am feeling very motivated as a #newleader. #asistineurope

Yiwei Wang ‏@maggieywwang Oct 16
The relationships between search intentions and query reformulation types

We’re looking forward to seeing everyone again next year at the 2017 conference celebrating ASIS&T’s 80th anniversary. You don’t want to miss this one!!

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.  AM-1st-Timer-555The 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.

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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.

ASIS&T 2016 Annual Meeting Copenhagen DenmarkA 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.

Conference Organization

Conference Co-Chairs: 
Diane H. Sonnenwald
Lauren Harrison

Paper Co-Chairs:
Catherine Blake
Christian Schlögl

Panel Co-Chairs:
Isabella Peters
Barbara Endler-Jobst

Poster Co-Chairs:
Colleen Cool
Yin-Leng Theng

Workshops & Tutorials, local arrangements & logistics:
Richard Hill, ASIS&T Executive Director, (rhill@asist.org)
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Our Annual Conferences boast exciting presentations from research and industry leaders, opportunities for meaningful personal interactions, and awards recognizing excellence in all aspects of the industry.


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