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NEASIS&T Summer Webinar – August 8

What: Untold Stories, Untraveled Paths: Exploring Oral Histories & Micro-Mobility Innovations When: Thursday, August 8, 2024 11:00 AM –  12:00 PM EDT Where: Virtual via Zoom Who: NEASIS&T (Northeast Chapter of the Association for Information Science and Technology)Cost: Free for ASIS&T members; $25 for non-members Registration Link Join us for an engaging webinar featuring two…

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3RD Humans of the Library with ASIS&T Past Presidents 

3RD HUMANS OF THE LIBRARY WITH ASIS&T PAST PRESIDENTS Dear all, Would you like to meet and talk to “Human Books”? Are you interested in listening to the stories of your ASIS&T Past Presidents? Then join us the 3rd Humans of the Library Monday, 8th July at 10:00 AM EDT (Time zone Converter: dateful.com/time-zone-converter ) Register here.…

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12th SIG-III International Café Meet

12th SIG-III International Café Meet A Festival of Culture, Tradition, and Storytelling   Uniting the ASIS&T community to embrace the many cultures and traditions that tell the stories of our members.   2nd July 2024 at 9:00 – 11:00am EDT (Time zone Converter: https://dateful.com/time-zone-converter) Please kindly register yourself through this link s.id/12thICM   SIG-III has organized…

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Mastering the Art of Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis: Techniques, Tools, and Best Practices-Joint workshop by SIG-III and SIG-InfoLearn

Mastering the Art of Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis: Techniques, Tools, and Best Practices-Joint workshop by SIG-III and SIG-InfoLearn This is a comprehensive workshop designed to equip participants with the essential skills and knowledge to conduct rigorous systematic literature reviews (SLRs) and meta-analyses effectively. Participants will delve into the methodology behind conducting SLRs, understanding the…

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11th SIG-III International Café Meet

11th SIG-III International Café Meet Engaging in International Research Collaborations   Via Zoom Thursday, May 15, 2024 9:00 am EDT Zoom Meeting link available via iConnect   SIG-III has organized its informal meeting “International Café Meeting” to provide the opportunities to all ASIS&T members. We invite scholars, at all levels in their career, including students…

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Second Humans of the Library with ASIS&T Past Presidents

Second Humans of the Library with ASIS&T Past Presidents Dear all, Would you like to meet and talk to “Human Books”? Are you interested in listening to the stories of your ASIS&T Past Presidents? Then join us the Second Humans of the Library Friday, 7th June 2024, at 10:00 AM EST(Time zone Converter: dateful.com/time-zone-converter ). Please register here.…

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Call for Abstracts: Information Science Trends 2024

Call for Abstracts: Information Science Trends 2024 Final programme now available here. Information Science Trends (IST) 2024: Living online and offline, in darkness and light July 8-10, 2024 15.00pm-18.00pm CEST (July 8-9) & 11.00am-14.00pm CEST (July 10) Online (Zoom) The European Chapter (EC) and European Student Chapter (ESC) of the Association for Information Science and…

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Midwest Chapter Symposium

Midwest Chapter Symposium Join us at the First Ever ASIS&T Midwest Chapter Spring Symposium on April 26, 2024! Unlike many conferences and events these days, this event has NO set theme. Proposals were encouraged and speakers will present on any topic in library and information science – ranging from librarianship, archival studies, digital humanities, informatics,…

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Opportunities and challenges in the job market

Opportunities and challenges in the job market ASIS&T SIG III, IFLA New Professionals SIG, and UNT ASIS&T Student Chapter invite you to a free joint panel on opportunities and challenges in the job market on 28th March at  12:00 pm EST. Panel Description: You will learn tips and tricks for writing cover letters and Resumes/CVs. Our…

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Developing a Responsible AI Strategy for your Library

Developing a Responsible AI Strategy for your Library AI has potential uses in many aspects of library work and supporting users in its effective use is also part of their remit. Given the complexity of AI itself and its many impacts there is a need for clear strategic thinking about how to respond. The presentation…

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