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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Scientivity Contest

TweetYou are a Library and/or Information Science (LIS) Student? 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 our SCIENTIVITY contest for LIS […]

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Paper competition

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 ASIS&T SIG-AH and SIG-VIS are seeking previously unpublished research for a Master and a PhD Student Research Award.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 […]

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Student paper contest

TweetStudents! 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!

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And the winners are…

TweetWe are happy to congratulate the winner of the Movie Meets Science contest 2016. Two amazing videos have compete in this contest:   Tjasha Jug with her video about „Book Metadata and Readers“.  with 2940 views and 542 likes   Yosef Solomon with his video about „Serendipity in Legal Information Seeking Behavior“ with 2383 views […]

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AND THE WINNERS ARE…

TweetThe ESC Student Chapter congratulates the winners of the first “Movie meets Science” contest 2014! Three amazing videos have been submitted and your votes have decided: If you have missed to watch a video, no worries! All videos are online at our website: http://www.asist.org/Chapters/Student/esc/ or at YouTube. We like to thank all contributors for their […]

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