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Call for Participation

The Doctoral Consortium of the Digital Libraries 2015

https://sites.google.com/site/jcdl2015/doctoral-consortium

*** Submission deadline has been extended to “April 24″ ***
[Call for Participation]
June 21, 2015

The Doctoral Consortium forms part of the program of
the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, and takes place
immediately preceding the technical program. Read more »

ESRC Collaborative Studentship in climate change and technology adaptation to support service continuity and flood response and resilience

ESRC Collaborative Studentship in climate change and technology adaptation to support service continuity and flood response and resilience

 

ICT and telecommunications networks form a key part of today’s critical national infrastructure, essential to proper functioning of society as well as facilitating rapid response to emergencies such as natural disasters. Climate change is causing, as a long term trend, an increase in the frequency and severity of extreme weather events in the UK. This includes, for example, flooding from surface water runoff in built environments, from rivers and from coastal surges. Technology infrastructure providers need to maintain service against this increasing risk to infrastructure assets and, equally importantly, to field-force personnel safety and ability to respond. Read more »

Call for I-Stories

SIG History & Foundations of Information Science

http://www.asis.org/SIG/SIGHFIS/

Information and communication phenomena are at the heart of our daily lives. They are how we know things and yet our understanding of these concepts and underlying phenomena are at best slippery. Just when we think we’ve pinned or penned them down nicely with a few well chosen phrases, we discover that those phrases are inadequate, that others disagree with our definitions or that many other conceptions abound. Not to bore you with the many varied conceptions of information, the aim of this call for I-Stories is to bring forth, through everyday experience, the many different things information can mean to different people or to the same person in different circumstances in a lively and entertaining manner. Read more »

Upcoming Webinar

Where to study?
Information Science and Library Science across Europe

Date: Thursday, April 16, 4:00pm-5:00pm (GMT+1)

Start in London: 4 pm
Start in Berlin, Düsseldorf etc: 5 pm

There are lot of places across Europe for students to study Information Science and /or Library Science. This webinar is part of the series “Information Science and Library Science across Europe”, where representatives from schools and universities present themselves as study and research hub and give an overview of their activities. Students can get directly in touch with professors and researchers and ask questions about research activities and lectures. This time, we invited Ernesto Priego from the City University in London (UK) and Sergej Sizov from the Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (D).

This webinar is also a good opportunity for researchers and professors to get in touch with each other. Read more »

Smart Libraries

FLUX ET FORMES DES ESPACES DE LA CULTURE

Architecture and libraries: flows and forms in spaces dedicated to culture

This one day symposium took place at the 29th January, 2015 and was held at the Lyon Central Library. It was co-organized by the Central Public Library of Lyon (BML) and École Nationale Supérieure des Sciences de l’Information et des Bibliothèques (enssib).

Gilles Eboli, director of BML, and Thierry Ermakoff from enssib have opened the one day symposium. In the morning session all talks were in French. Thus, for me it was not possible to understand much. But here is the program in French.

In the afternoon session three international speakers were invited. Read more »

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WATCH – The ESC Webinar is now online

If you wasn´t able to join our webinar, no worries, you can watch the full webinar here.

Webinar Part 1

The main topic of this part of the webinar is the movie meets science contest 2014. It includes a talk with the winners of this contest

Webinar Part 2

In this part of the webinar the Humboldt University zu Berlin will be introduced by Evelyn

If you like the vidoes you can also subscribe to our YouTube Channel: Asist European Student Chapter

Join the ESC Webinar

SAVE THE DATE
17th July, 2014 at 6pm UTC+2

Topics:

  1. Movie meets Science: Look back, video presentation and discussion with the winners: Stefanie Vieten, Duwaraka Murugadas, and Janina Nikolic.
  1. Presentation of Library and Information Science at Humboldt University Berlin for prospective students – By Evelyn Dröge
  1. Conclusion and announcement of the new webinar series: “Place in Europe to write my PhD in Information Science” – By Agnes Mainka

Why should I don‘t miss this webinar?
You as LIS student will engage in a webinar with students and researchers around europe. In this webinar we will discuss research topics from students from Düsseldorf and get a presentation about the Humboldt University Berlin which may be a good place for you to study, too. Country representatives from Croatia, Italy and others will attend the webinar. Additionally, we will have time at the end of this webinar to discuss other topics and ideas with the audience.

How to join?
Please go to https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/r15tt4cgzdn/ and enter the room as guest (just type in your name, you don’t need a password)

Which technology do I need?
You just need an internet connection and speakers. To discuss with the audience a headset would be beneficial, but you also may join discussions or our conversation via the chat function.

Previous webinar presentations are available at YouTube