Looking back – Scientivity Contest

TweetSome time ago we launched our Scientivity contest for students. The task was to submit a piece of research in a creative way. We presented the great submissions in our last newsletter and announced the winners on our website. Tjaša Jug from Slovenia and Joanna Mazur from Poland finally made it and got financial support […]

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Hello summer! Hello ESC Newsletter!

TweetWe are very happy to present you our new newsletter! The Summer Newsletter 2018 (issue 12) contains a variety of topics: ASIS&T AM 2018 LIS Education Europe Webinar Report Guest Lecture I was at… Scientivity Contest LIDA 2018 Do not miss… View the summer edition or download the PDF. Furthermore, we would be very pleased if you […]

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Report: Delightful (Student) Design at ASIS&T 2017

Tweetby Rebekah Willson and Stephann Makri (Student Design Competition Co-Chairs, ASIS&T 2017) As co-chairs of the Student Design Competition at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting, we wanted to come up with a design brief that tied closely with ASIS&T’s mission statement of ‘connecting people and information in the physical and virtual worlds’. We set what we […]

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Scientivity Contest: And the winner is…

TweetWe recently launched our Scientivity contest for students. The task was to submit a piece of research in a creative way. Submissions were due on Friday, December 15th. We received five great submissions and had the difficult task to pick a winner, but we finally did. The jury, consisting of members from the European Chapter […]

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Webinar on Survey Methods

TweetJanuary 23, 09:15 am (EST)/3:15 pm (CET) In this webinar organized by the European Student Chapter, Lynn Silipigni Connaway and Marie L. Radford will talk about questionnaires, how to develop them, and the do’s and dont’s in doing so. If you are interested in this webinar, send us an email (esc.asist@gmail.com) until January 16th. We […]

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Scientivity Contest: FAQ

TweetThere are only a few days left until our Scientivity Contest‘s deadline! We know that some of you have questions regarding participation and submission, so here is a short FAQ collection for you: Q: Do I have to be an ASIS&T member to participate? A: No, everyone can participate! Q: How long should my video/audio […]

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Enjoying the view at the Rhine.

International Exchange: Stefan Dreisiebner visiting Düsseldorf

TweetRecently, our student country representative from Austria, Stefan Dreisiebner, visited us in Düsseldorf, Germany as part of the Erasmus lecture mobility program. Here, he was introduced to everyone in the department of information science at Heinrich Heine University. His visit was a great chance for us to learn more about the research projects of Stefan and […]

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