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ASIS&T Annual Meeting - 2006

ASIS&T 2006

Electronic Submission Page


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Use the fields below to make your submission. Follow the instructions, and then use the 'Submit' button at the bottom of the form.


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Type (or cut-and-paste) a short ASCII abstract/summary for your submission. It should not include the author/title information, which was already entered above. You must enter plain ASCII text only, and you may not exceed 600 words.


Keywords/Topics:

Please use the list of topics below to characterize your submission. Check all categories that seem appropriate.

New theoretical perspectives on information use and management
Ethical and Legal implications of digital worlds
The nature of the information profession in the digital future
User, organizational and cultural analyses of information realities
Future information architectures to both build and harness information realities
Implications for information (seeking) behavior and retrieval
New forms of human-computer/information interactions.
Distributed collaboration and information sharing
Enhanced access to multi-format and multimedia information
Learning and education in the digital future
Digital storytelling and presentation in an attention economy
Conflicts in information realities, their recognition and resolution
Preserving our cultural records in a digital age
Scientific underpinnings of new information designs and uses
Other

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