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 […]
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 (email@example.com) until January 16th. We […]
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 […]
Tweet Due to the current administrations attitude towards science, an international movement has begun to bring attention to the importance of scientific research and evidence-based policies. A March For Science is scheduled around the world on April 22, 2017 (earth day) to assure that the relationship between science and democracy does not continue to erode. […]
TweetAre you a graduate student with research in the arts and humanities, digital humanities, new media, library and information science or computer science? Want to win $500? ASIS&T SIG-AH and SIG-VIS are seeking previously unpublished research for a Master and a PhD Student Research Award. Finalists will be invited to introduce their research presentation at […]
TweetThe University of Bergen’s MA program in Digital Culture is accepting applications from international students until December 1. This is a tuition-free, two year Master’s degree taught in English in Norway, with one year of course work and one year for writing a research-based MA thesis.
TweetDear all – We have 16 fully-funded PhD scholarships available at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Copenhagen. The 16 scholarships will be divided among 4 departments; one of the departments is The Royal School of Library and Information Science (RSLIS)[http://iva.ku.dk/english/]. The scholarship includes salary and benefits [PhD scholars are employed at the […]
TweetFalling Short of Their Profession’s Needs: Education and Research in Library & Information Studies Join us for a webinar on Nov 04, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT. FREE for ASIS&T members; $15 for non-members REGISTER NOW!
TweetPreparing Information Professionals for an Uncertain and Rapidly Changing Future Friday, September 30, 2016, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EDT JOIN: http://buff.ly/2cYuGAR “So Who’s Managing All that Organizational Information Anyway” was the title of an ASIS&T Workshop in 2015. This Webinar continues and extends that discussion, which encompassed the degree requirements and continuing education for […]
TweetKnowledge Media Institute (KMi) Stipend: £14,057 per year net plus fee bursary, Ref: 9668 Based in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) is home to internationally recognised researchers in semantic technologies, text-mining, artificial intelligence and digital libraries. KMi offers students an intellectually challenging environment with exceptional research and computer facilities. We are […]