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SIG History & Foundations of Information Science
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. Continue reading Call for I-Stories
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. Continue reading Upcoming Webinar
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in case that you may not have noticed: our European Student Chapter does also have a wiki! You can find for example minutes of our virtual meetings there. This might be interesting for you if you want to get more involved in the chapter activities or just check what we are doing the whole time
Do you want to know more about other ASIS&T (student) chapters or Special Interest Groups (SIGs)? Then take a look at the ASIS&T Blog:
You can now also find both links in the links menu on the left hand side.
Dear members and peers,
the European Student Chapter has a new board. And it’s larger than ever!
For the term 2014-2015 eight ASIS&T members will represent the LIS students in Europe. We have four new engaged officers from Germany, Croatia and England.
Upcoming events will be webinars, the newsletter and local meetings. Annoucements will be made here at our webpage and in our Facebook group.
If you have any suggestions concerning the ESC work please contact us.
SEE THE NEW BOARD MEMBERS HERE.
Our ASIS&T community has launched a new blog:
It’s all about our subject: information science.
Have a look and make some exciting contributions!
And for all, who don’t know about the other channels: ASIS&T and the members of our chapter can be found on Facebook (FB-ESC, FB-EC, FB-EC-Page), Twitter and LinkedIn.
So, it’s time to join the social summer networks.