Association for Information Science and Technology

Annual Meeting
November 12-17, 2004
Providence, Rhode Island

“Managing and Enhancing Information:
Cultures and Conflicts”

ASIS&T 2004 Annual Meeting Logo Rhode Island State House

Social Events

Sunday, November 14


New Members and 1st Time Attendee’s Brunch
New ASIS&T members and first-time attendees will receive special invitations to the Newcomer’s Brunch. Guests will get a preview of ASIS&T and its meetings and be able to make contacts at the start of the meeting to make the conference experience more enjoyable.


Welcome Reception
ASIS&T welcomes you to it’s 67th Annual Meeting!


Monday, November 15


Alumni Reception
Academic institutions share the sponsorship for this informal opportunity to renew relationships with faculty, colleagues, classmates, staff and others.


International Reception


Tuesday, November 16


Awards Luncheon
Join us to celebrate the major accomplishments in the field of information science as ASIS&T bestows its prestigious Annual Awards at the Annual Luncheon.  One ticket to the luncheon is included with the non-student full conference registration fee; additional tickets may be purchased at ASIS&T registration.


SIG CON: Managing and Enhancing Information: Middle-of-the-Road Islands of Information Provenance
Come see the lighter side of ASIS&T! Don’t miss this opportunity to see ASIS&T members poke fun at themselves and the information science field.


Wednesday, November 17


President’s Reception
Visit with friends - old and new - at this gala end-of-the-meeting reception.  This is also the venue at which we will announce the winners of the four “secret” awards - Watson Davis, Chapter-of-the-Year, Student Chapter-of-the-Year and SIG-of-the-Year.  All registered meeting attendees are welcome. Live entertainment!

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