The Special Interest Group for International Information Issues (SIG/III) is an interest group focusing on international information issues. Founded in 1982, the SIG applies the Mission and Vision of the American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T, our parent organization) to an international context. SIG/III membership includes a true cross-section of global ASIS&T members. The purposes of SIG/III are: a) to promote better awareness among ASIS&T members and information professionals of the importance of international cooperation; b) to facilitate and enhance better communication and interaction among ASIS&T members and their global colleagues on information issues; and c) to provide a forum for exploring and discussing international information issues and problems.
On behalf of the Nomination Committee, we are delighted to announce the 2014/15 SIG III elected officers:
CHAIR - Shimelis Assefa (University of Denver, USA...
Attending the ASIS&T 2014 Annual Meeting in Seattle this year? Mark your calendar to attend the following SIG-III events:
NOTE: Please see the conference programme to confirm the...