September 28 – October 02, 2020
Pretoria, South Africa
The ISIC conferences focus on people’s contextualised interactions with information. They welcome interdisciplinary information research, taking influence from fields such as information science, information studies, library studies, communication studies, computer science, education, information management, information systems, management science, psychology, social psychology, sociology, and other disciplines. A common thread is the focus on contextualised information activities, expressed as ‘information behaviour’, ‘information practice’, ‘information seeking’, ‘information experience’ and others.
Please find the full call on: http://www.isic2020.co.za/
November 14-15, 2019
The symposium is directed at researchers who work on Open Research Practices or Open Research Resources, or any related questions. Participants are invited to present ongoing and future projects, and identify potential collaborators. The focus of the symposium will be networking and sharing of ideas.
Please find the full Call on:
September 2-5, 2019
For more information regarding the ISSI 2019, click here!
The European Summer School on Information Science (ESSIS) is an intensive one week teaching event for BA students students other than information science who want to enrol in a MA program in information science. The lectures in core areas of information science will enable students to close their knowledge gaps and to prepare better for a relevant MA program. You will meet students and professors from other countries and other schools of information science. Enjoy networking and studying with many other students.
More information on the website.
January 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) until January 16th. We will keep you informed on how to participate. The webinar is free of charge. Continue reading Webinar on Survey Methods
The European Chapter is inviting you to its regional meeting on
Library and Information Science in Europe.
The ASIS&T sponsored event will be held at Humboldt University
Berlin, Germany, October 4th 2017. Please follow the links for the current programme and registration information.
ASIST Programme_Berlin Meeting (Pdf)
Online Programme and Registration
Berlin Regional Meeting
Sponsored by the ASIS&T European Chapter
4 October, 2017, 10:00 – 16:00
- The History of Library and Information Science in Europe
Fidelia Ibekwe SanJuan, IRSIC – Aix-Marseille University
Continue reading Berlin Regional Meeting
Open data is growing in attention on a global scale. There exist different definitions of the term open data. According to The Open Definition (n.d.), “Open data and content can be freely used, modified, and shared by anyone for any purpose.” This definition refers to different types of data like data of cultural works and artefacts, scientific data and publications, financial data and governmental expenditure, statistics and census data, weather and climate data, as well as environmental data like data on pollution or the quality of water and air.
At the “Open Southeast Asia” in Bonn, the European Chapter has held an own workshop with the goal to bring together people with Western and with Asian backgrounds together and to share ideas and best practice examples about how to deal with open data. Continue reading Open data workshop on global definitions and regional understanding
2017-05-19 – 2017-05-20 All day
A great opportunity to meet people & share ideas
The Open Southeast Asia workshop serves as a catalyst for students, professionals (from governmental organizations as well as from NGOs – both are welcome) and academics — empowering them with general knowledge about open data, but also providing examples of how open data is practically applied in Southeast Asia and Germany. Moreover, we would like to raise the question how civil society can actually participate and benefit from it. We are aiming to bring people from different fields together to present their topics and share their ideas. Continue reading Data. Networks. Civil Society. Open Southeast Asia. Workshop in Bonn, Germany
Report by Emil Levine and Virginia Ortiz-Repiso, published in INSIDE ASIS&T, Vol 1/2
Under the coordination of the Asian Pacific Chapter, ASIS&T offered a presentation at the iSchool Conference in Wuhan, China on March 24th. Entitled, “Professional Organizations in Career Development” members of ASIS&T presented to over 60 attendees. Representatives from committees, SIGs and Chapters discussed their role in the organization. Emil Levine, Chapter Advisor, Asian Pacific Chapter, introduced the speakers who were:
Virginia Ortiz-Repiso, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Chair European Chapter; Aylin Ilhan, PhD-Student (Information Science at the Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf) and research assistant at the Department of Information Science, Co-Chair European Student Chapter; Hong-Shui Liang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei Chapter; Xiao Hu, The University of Hong Kong, SIG International Information Issues; Yuelin Li, Nankai University, International Relations Committee, Levine, Asian Pacific Chapter. Continue reading Asian Pacific Chapter Promotes ASIS&T at iSchool Conference