Students! Are you tired of preparing papers which immediately migrate into professors’ files never to been seen again?
Recover your papers, send your most promising to the 2016
ASIST SIG/MET Student paper contest, and present your work in Copenhagen, Denmark!
Papers should discuss theories, methods, policies, case studies, etc. on aspects of the measurement of information production
and use (see also here: https://www.asist.org/SIG/SIGMET/).
Submissions can be of any length and format, but should ideally reflect typical standards of a journal article (i.e., approxi-
mately 6,000 words and in an appropriate citation style for the social sciences) and be prepared in English.
Authors are invited to submit manuscripts by midnight EST on Monday August 25, 2016, to the following website: