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NISO New Work Item – Create an ANSI/NISO standard for the interchange of academic, research, and professional content, data, and semantics

January 9, 2021

Voted Yes on NISO – New Work Item – Create an ANSI/NISO standard for the interchange of academic,research, and professional content, data, and semantics Question: Do you approve of a Proposed New Work Item: Create an ANSI/NISO standard for the interchange of academic, research, and professional content, data, and semantics? Description: This ballot is to…

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Save the date! ASIS&T EU Chapter and EU Student Chapter: Mixer and Networking Event

January 8, 2021

ASIS&T’s EU Chapter and EU Student Chapter invite you to take part in our upcoming Mixer and Networking event, to be held on Friday, January 22, 2021 from 12-1pm (Ireland/UK – GMT time) via Zoom. You are hearty welcomed to join us! We look forward to meet you! There is no need to register for this event. Just come along!  Visit…

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ASIS&T 2020 Conference News From Travel Award Winner, Francesco Buccella

January 6, 2021

In October 2020, I attended my first ASIS&T annual meeting, thanks to the generous Conference Support Award through the association’s New England chapter. The event—under the name “Information for a Sustainable World: Addressing Society’s Grand Challenges”—really lived up to its title and tackled some of the most pressing issues not only in our field, but…

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Ethics in AI Statement

December 21, 2020

Statement on AI ethics and the contributions of diverse voices in the discussion Recent events surrounding Dr. Timnit Gebru, formerly the co-lead of Google’s Ethical Artificial Intelligence (AI) team, have shed light on the importance of unbiased research into the ethical issues surrounding the use of AI and the need for diverse voices to be…

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December 2020 President’s Column

December 16, 2020

It is with great pleasure and excitement that I write my very first “President’s Message” for Inside ASIS&T in my new role as President of the Association. I am very happy and honored to serve in this capacity and I look forward to working with ASIS&T staff and the ASIS&T membership over the next year.…

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From Your Executive Director

December 16, 2020

Greetings from ASIS&T headquarters where we are finally wrapping up the last details of the 2020 Annual Meeting. We were very pleased with the outcome of the meeting, and hope that those of you that were able to attend got a lot out of it. In all, there were more than 600 people registered for…

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December 2020 Governance Update

December 16, 2020

October 2020 The Board of Directors met on October 12, 2020 via video conference. In attendance were Clara Chu (President); Brian Detlor (President-Elect); Ina Fourie (Treasurer); Emily Knox; Agnes Mainka; Soo Young Rieh; Ana Maria Tammaro; James Andrews (SIG Cabinet Chair); Michael Olsson (Chapter Cabinet Director); Lydia Middleton (Executive Director); and Steve Hardin (Parliamentarian). Also…

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Sawyer Named JASIST Editor-in-Chief

December 16, 2020

Dr. Steven Sawyer of Syracuse University has been selected to be the new Editor of the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST).  Dr. Sawyer succeeds Dr. Javed Mostafa of the University of North Carolina who has been editor since 2016.  Dr. Sawyer is director of the PhD program at Syracuse…

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2019-20 President’s Report

December 16, 2020
Clara Chu, PhD

Dear ASIS&T colleagues, I close out a year unlike any other in history, a period of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has magnified our inequities and differences, while drawing on our resiliency, creativity and our shared intellectual and social capital. I have been honored to serve as 2019-20 ASIS&T President, aiming to strengthen…

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2021 Annual Meeting News

December 16, 2020

  The 84th Annual Meeting will be held October 30-November 2, 2021, in Salt Lake City, UT. Please take a minute to review the website and see all of the amazing things you will be able to see and do in Salt Lake City.  Watch the website for regular updates. For 84 years, ASIS&T researchers…

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