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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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    SPOTLIGHTING RESEARCH DATA: STRATEGIES FOR MAKING INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH DATA MORE DISCOVERABLE

    ASIS&T Offers Another Free Webinar for it’s Members on February 1, 2017:   SPOTLIGHTING RESEARCH DATA: STRATEGIES FOR MAKING INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH DATA MORE DISCOVERABLE A discussion of the metadata, curation, outreach and implementation strategies for an institutional data catalog used to make research datasets discoverable. This presentation will include case studies of these strategies in action. […]
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    ASIS&T Executive Director Search Open

      The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) seeks an energetic, innovative, experienced and enthusiastic leader to be the association’s next executive director and to help the association achieve increased impact and stature. Given the rapidly evolving nature of information science and technology, this leadership position presents a rare opportunity for a collaborative, strategic […]
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    Passing of Dr. Robert V. Williams

    In Memoriam: Dr. Robert V. Williams – College of Information and Communications | University of South Carolina It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. Robert Williams, or Dr. Bob as so many of us called him with affection. A long time member of ASIS&T, he chaired numerous committees, won the […]
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    AM17 CALL FOR PROPOSALS

    The ASIS&T 2017 Annual Meeting is gearing up to be a very special event. Celebrating our 80th anniversary as an organization, we also celebrate the myriad of ways Information Science influences our world. AM17 — Diversity of Engagement: Connecting People and Information in the Physical and Virtual Worlds provides the platform for papers, visual presentations, panels […]
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    Meet The Author Series Tomorrow!

    MEET THE AUTHOR SERIES: Library Linked Data: From Proof of Concept to Action January 12, 2017 @ 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST, U.S.A. Modeling data in a form that the broader Web understands may raise the visibility of libraries where searches for information are now most likely to start. This is the context for describing OCLC’s […]
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    ASIS&T President Wins ALISE Award

    ASIS&T President, Lynn Silipigni Connaway is the recipient of the 2017 ALISE Service Award. This is Ms. Connaway’s second consecutive year winning the award, which acknowledges sustained engagement by enhancing the stature, reputation, and overall strength of the organization. In addition, nominees must provide evidence of active participation by holding various offices and positions within the […]
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    ASIS&T Member-Get-A-Member Campaign Launched

    A new Member-Get-a-Member (MGM) campaign launched yesterday asking members to support ASIS&T by bringing in new members. In preparation of it’s 80th anniversary ASIS&T is looking to raise it’s membership levels to ensure the organization is around for another 8 decades. The campaign is asking members to recruit 8 members for the 80th! For their […]
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    iSchool Raced to Archive U.S. Environmental Science Data

    On a snowy day in December Professors Michelle Murphy, Matt Price and Patrick Keilty conducted a successful Guerilla Archiving event at the Inforum. Joined by other volunteers they worked to conserve environmental data that is currently available to the public on U.S. federal websites. Professors at the University of Toronto are worried that with the […]
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