Saturday, October 14

8:30-12:45

This 12th annual gathering at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting will focus on papers and presentations investigating the social informatics of work and play. Social is broadly defined to include critical and historical approaches as well as contemporary social analysis. Technology includes traditional technologies, such as paper, books, etc., state-of-the-art computer systems, and mobile and pervasive devices. This morning session will include the presentation of papers, a panel of distinguished scholars and the best informatics paper awards for 2015.

SIG/SI Symposium Chairs:
Pnina Fichman, Indiana University
Howard Rosenbaum, Indiana University
Eric Meyer, Oxford Internet Institute, United Kingdom
Adam Worrall, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

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Fees:
Early bird: SIG/SI Members $90, ASIS&T Members $100, Non-Members $110
Regular:  SIG/SI Members $100, ASIS&T Members $110, Non-Members $120
Also register for the Information Behavior in Workplaces (SIG/USE) workshop and receive a $20 discount