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President’s Column, January 2023

President’s Column, January 2023 Happy 2023! I hope you had a restful and joyous holiday break. The new year presents us with an opportunity to take stock of where we are concerning our initiatives and plans and build on our successes. Lydia and the excellent headquarters staff, with the addition of Kim Granados (welcome Kim!)…

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From Your Executive Director, January 2023

From Your Executive Director, January 2023 Greetings Colleagues, Although it has been two+ months since the Annual Meeting, it feels like a great deal has happened at ASIS&T since we parted in Pittsburgh. There is not much time to rest on our laurels after one Annual Meeting before we start the serious planning of the…

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Governance Update, January 2023

Governance Update, January 2023 The Board of Directors has not met since the Annual Meeting. Its new meeting pattern is to meet four times per year, twice in person and twice via Zoom The next meeting is as follows: February 13, 2023 2:00 – 4:00 pm EST https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88926449429?pwd=MGdoWjVSV3JQZ0Y0aS9oaHZKQ3Bldz09&from=addon As always, any ASIS&T member is welcome…

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ASIS&T Welcomes New Deputy Executive Director

ASIS&T Welcomes New Deputy Executive Director ASIS&T is pleased to announce that Kimberly Granados, CAE has joined ASIS&T as Deputy Executive Director. Kimberly has nearly 30 years of association experience overseeing membership, marketing, content and program development, chapter and interest group oversight, meetings & education, and foundations, most recently with the National Society of Professional…

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2023 ASIS&T International Awards – Call for Nominations

2023 ASIS&T International Awards – Call for Nominations The coveted and prestigious ASIS&T awards represent the greatest recognition and respect professionals may afford their colleagues. All ASIS&T members and non-members are invited and encouraged to submit nominations for the awards. Selections of awards recipients are made after thoughtful and thorough consideration by appropriate committees or…

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Member Survey Summary

Member Survey Summary In August 2022, the ASIS&T Membership Committee administered a member survey to all ASIS&T members between August 25 to September 16, 2022. A total of 315 members responded to scaled, forced choice, and open-ended questions and prompts.   The ASIS&T Board of Directors and staff have analyzed survey responses to learn more…

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You Asked for It and ASIS&T Delivers: Online On-Demand Meeting this March

You Asked for It and ASIS&T Delivers: Online On-Demand Meeting this March Join your peers online from the comfort of your home and office, 11-13 April 2023. The Mid-Year Conference is a live online event over a three-day period covering all time zones, and features quality panels, papers, and poster presentations. Unable to make the…

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ASIS&T Goes Back to Europe in 2023

ASIS&T Goes Back to Europe in 2023 Save the date 27-31 October for the 86th ASIS&T Annual Meeting  “Making a Difference: Translating Information Research into Practice, Policy, and Action.” Novotel London West Hotel in London, UK. Pre-meeting workshops will be held on Friday and Saturday, 27-28 October. We encourage you to review the information on…

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ARIST Call for Submissions, January 2023

ARIST Call for Submissions, January 2023 The Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) publishes comprehensive and systematic reviews on topics relevant to information science, computing science, and technology, broadly defined. An ideal ARIST manuscript presents both an historic overview and a discussion of contemporary trends related to the topic being investigated. ARIST welcomes Expressions of Interest for…

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Member Spotlight, January 2023

Member Spotlight, January 2023 In each issue of Inside ASIS&T, we ask a different member questions about their perspectives, advice, and experiences in the field of information science and technology. If you would like to be a featured member, email Pamela Yonker at pyonker@asist.org. Jesse Dinneen, PhD (He/Him/His) Junior Professor Berlin School of Library and…

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