For the panel “Tomato tomahto: European perspectives on information science” at the AM2016 organized by our chapter member Julian Isabella gathered and condensed information on how EUChap members perceive the concept ‘information science’ from their particular point of view and specific background. The descriptions and definitions were categorized and major as well as outstanding viewpoints have been presented during the panel. With the help of 12 members Isabella could build a map of concepts related to ‘information science’ that also provided a ‘visual’ starting point for discussion among panelists and the audience.
14 contributions of European Chapter members were accepted to be presented at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting in Copenhagen. Congratulations to all colleagues. We are looking forward to seeing you in October!
Please do also not forget the 1st Student Barcamp organized by the European Student Chapter!
EUChap contributions to AM 2016
|Kjellberg, Sara; Haider, Jutta; Cox, Andrew; Tam, Winnie; Tammaro, Anna Maria; Matusiak, Krystyna K.||Making research data possible: negotiating between disciplinary cultures, temporalities, data policies, professional interests and education and training||Panel|
|Huvila, Isto; Budd, John M.; Lloyd, Annemaree; Palmer, Carole; Toms, Elaine||Information Work in Information Science Research and Practice||Panel|
|Julian Warner, Michael Buckland, Fidelia Ibekwe-SanJuan, Isabella Peters, Niels Windfeld Lund||Tomato tomahto: European perspectives on information science||Panel|
|Mainka, Agnes; Castelnovo, Walter; Miettinen, Virve; Bech-Petersen, Sidsel; Hartmann, Sarah; Stock, Wolfgang G.||Open Innovation In Smart Cities: Civic Participation and Co-Creation of Public Services||Panel|
|Wang, Peiling; Wolfram, Dietmar; Bates, Marcia; Hoyt, Jason; Poschl, Ulrich; Ingwersen, Peter; Smith, Richard||The Last Frontier in Open Science: Will Open Peer Review Transform Scientific and Scholarly Publishing?||Panel|
|Lopatovska, Irene (USA); Byström, Katriina (Norway); Given, Lisa (Australia); O'Brien, Heather (Canada); Rorissa, Abebe (USA)||Life After Tenure: Professional Development Strategies for Mid-Career Faculty||Panel|
|Lai Ma, Selenay Aytac, Hsin Liang Chen, Xiao Hu, Devendra Dilip Potnis, and Abebe Rorrissa||Diversity and Multiculturalism in LIS Education||Panel|
|Sarah Barriage, Wayne Buente, Elke Greifeneder, Devon Greyson, Vanessa Kitzie, Miraida Morales, Ross Todd, Julie Winkelstein||Ethical Tensions in Research: The Influence of Metatheoretical Orientation on Ethics of Research||Panel|
|Ben Heuwing, Thomas Mandl, and Christa Womser-Hacker||Methods of User Centered Design and Evaluation of Text Analysis Tools in a Digital History Project||Paper|
|Domachowski, Alexa; Griesbaum, Joachim; Heuwing, Ben||Perception and effectiveness of search advertising on smartphones||Paper|
|Lai Ma & Michael Ladisch||Scholarly Communication and Practices in the World of Metrics: An Exploratory Study||Poster|
|Isabella Peters & Agnes Mainka||Push a badly built cart with bumpy wheels along a marshy meadow”. Or: A Short Tale on the Importance of Information Science||Poster|
|Byström, Katriina; Fichman, Pnina; Freund, Luanne; Rosenbaum, Howard||Enhancing lives through Information and Technology: A Combined SIG-SI and SIG-USE Full-Day Workshop||Workshop|
|Mei-Mei, Diane H Sonnenwald, Sam Chu; ShanJu Chang||Theory development within the information sciences||Workshop|