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    In Memoriam of Melvin Earl (“Bill”) Maron

    Professor Emeritus Melvin “Bill” Earl Maron joined ASIS&T in 1975. He was a noted pioneer of Information Science, especially for his early contributions to data-base design, probabilistic information retrieval, and with David Blair on retrieval performance evaluation. In 1951 Bill received his Ph.D. in philosophy under the mentorship of Dr. Hans Reichenbach, a famous philosopher […]
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    Symposium on Research Design, Paper Writing & Publishing in Information Science

    ASIS&T’s Asia Pacific Chapter and Taipei Chapter and the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong will be holding a Symposium on March 27, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  ASIS&T President, Lynn Silipigni Connaway will be one of the presenters at this event. The captioned symposium tries to equip research students and […]
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    Short Survey Request for ARIST

      In Spring 2016, ASIST Publications Committee surveyed ASIS&T Publications’ users concerning their needs of ASIS&T current publications. Numerous comments focused on the former Annual Review of Information Science & Technology (ARIST), which ceased to be published in 2011. Given that volume of feedback, this survey focuses specifically on ARIST.  We are asking for your […]
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    The Feb/Mar Issue of the Bulletin is now Online

    The February/March issue of the Bulletin in now available online. The issue covers the 2016 Annual Meeting in Copenhagen and highlights the best of what the conference had to offer. There are articles from the European perspective, on the award winners, special events and the invited speakers/presenters. Read the whole newsletter to find out why […]
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    Update on Richard (Dick) Hill

    As was reported on January 17th, Richard Hill, ASIS&T’s Executive Director, suffered from a stroke. We are pleased to inform you that he is convalescing rapidly. The Board of Directors and staff are grateful for his swift recovery. Dick and his family are touched by all the best wishes that have been received from members […]
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    Wikipedia & Libraries Keeping to the Facts

    Wikipedia and Libraries are working together to ensure reliable information is available to the world as we deal with “alternative facts” because #FactsMatter.
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    Meet the Authors of the New LIS Research Methods Book!

    On February 16th @ 11:00 am EST, co-authors, Lynn Silipigni Connaway and Marie L. Radford will talk about the new edition of Research Methods in Library and Information Science is a practical and comprehensive introduction to research design, presenting up-to-date coverage of the principles and data collection techniques for quantitative and qualitative research methods — […]
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    ASIS&T Opposes Executive Order to Suspend Visa to Nationals from Seven Countries

    The Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) President, Lynn Silipigni Connaway, and the Board of Directors expresses deep concerns over President Donald J. Trump’s Executive Order requiring a 90-day suspension of visas to nationals of seven nations. ASIS&T joins countless organizations in urging the lifting of the visa suspension. For 80 years, ASIS&T has […]
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    It’s About You!

    ASIS&T wants to know about what our members are doing in the field. The Inside ASIS&T section of the Bulletin is for conveying the news of our members. Please let us know about your research, new teaching methods, collaborations or publications that you are involved with. We know our members are working hard to advance the […]
  • See more postsFebruary 2017 JASIST is Now Available Online

    February 2017 JASIST is Now Available Online

    The February issue of the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) is now available. The 539 page volume includes 17 scholarly articles and 3 book reviews. Review the issue online
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