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Submit a video to the MOVIE MEETS SCIENCE contest!

You are a Library and/or Information Science (LIS) Student from Europe?
You are working on an exciting research topic and want to share your work with others?
Your thesis was not produced to gather dust on a shelf?

If you can answer all these questions with YES then you should participate in the MOVIE MEETS SCIENCE contest for LIS Students in Europe!

 Submission deadline: February 15, 2016

This is your chance to share your work with students, scientists and professors in Europe in an alternative format. We invite you to submit a short video (three to five minutes length) about your research and findings. The video can be a short movie, a video of a Power Point presentation or a Prezi with your voice and music in background or any format you have in mind.

PUBLIC ATTENTION: Your video will be published on the ESC YouTube Channel and on our ESC website. During the last contest we reached more than 750 views in total.

THE CONTEST: We will announce the best video submission according to the number of votes by the public and by an expert jury consisting of board members of the European Chapter and European Student Chapter.

AWARD: You have the chance to win a trip to the ASIS&T Annual Meeting 2016* in Copenhagen! The first three winners will in addition receive a one year ASIS&T student membership and sponsored books.

For more information read our guidelines: HOW TO SUBMIT?

The topic of your research should be related to information science and technology research. For some inspirations you may have a look at the work done by the Special Interest Groups of ASIS&T:

  • Arts & Humanities (AH)
  • Classification Research (CR)
  • Digital Libraries (DL)
  • Education for Information Sci. (ED)
  • Health Informatics (HLTH)
  • History & Foundations of Information Science (HFIS)
  • Information Needs, Seeking and Use (USE)
  • Information Policy (IFP)
  • International Information Issues (III)
  • Knowledge Management (KM)
  • Management (MGT)
  • Metrics (MET)
  • Scientific & Technical Information (STI)
  • Social Informatics (SI)
  • Visualization, Images & Sound (VIS)

*We will submit a Student Panel Proposal to the ASIS&T Annual Meeting and integrate the winner of this contest in our panel. By attending this contest you agree to attend the ASIS&T Annual Meeting 2016 in Copenhagen and agree to participate in a panel or present your submitted video during the conference in any other way.

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