When: Friday, May 8, 2015, Noon – 2:00 p.m.
Where: Access Innovations, Inc., 4725 Indian School Road NE, Suite 100, Albuquerque, NM 87110 (Call 998-0800 if you need directions)
Speaker: Kevin Boyack, President, SciTech Strategies, Inc.
Data Visualization is a hot topic, but where did this whole idea come from? Why does it matter to you? What can you do with data visualization tools and techniques? What do you need to know to get started on a data visualization project? What kinds of data can be used?
Registration includes lunch.
$20 for SLA RGC and ASIS&T members
$25 for non-members
SIG-DL is seeking applicants for the position of Chair Elect to serve on the SIG-DL Executive Committee for the remainder of 2014. The position is being filled as a temporary (pro tem) appointment. This is an ideal opportunity to get more involved in SIG-DL and add a national service appointment to your résumé. The successful applicant to the Chair Elect (pro tem) position will be appointed to carry out the current term, which concludes in November 2014. A full description of Chair-Elect duties can be found online:
At the conclusion of the appointment in Nov 2014, the incumbent will be welcome to run for any of the SIG-DL Executive Officer positions. If you are interested in helping out the SIG and want to participate in SIG-DL Executive Committee discussions please email SIG DL Chair, Kevin Comerford (email@example.com) with a brief statement of interest. Regards, SIG DL Executive Officers
Update 3/2014: SIG DL thanks Joan Beaudoin for filling this position.
The proceedings for Digital Liaisons: Shifting Borders in Interdisciplinary Collaboration, the SIG-DL session for ASIS&T 2012, is now online.
Proceedings for Digital Liaisons 2013 will be posted in January 2014.
SIG-DL is sponsoring several events at the ASIS&T Meeting in Montreal; all ASIS&T attendees are invited! On Monday, November 4th:
- The 3rd annual SIG-DL sponsored student panel begins at 1:30. It is entitled Digital Liaisons: Engaging with Digital Curation Theory and Practice. Read more about it here: in the ASIS&T Program.
- The SIG-DL Business meeting is 5-6pm in Salon 4 of the conference hotel.
- The meeting will be followed by SIG-DL’s Annual Dutch Treat Dinner at Les 3 Brasseurs (1356 Sainte-Catherine St. W Montreal, QC H3G 2B2, Canada), a 6-minute walk from the conference hotel. All are welcome to join us (SIG DL member or not). We will meet in the hotel lobby at 6:15pm.
Dear ASIS&T and SIG-DL members,
We are pleased to announce the newly-elected slate of SIG-DL officers. Your officers for 2013-2014 are:
Chair-elect: Kevin Comerford
Secretary/Treasurer: Elizabeth (Lizzy) Rolando
Communications Officer: Tina Jayroe
Membership Officer: Lyne Da Sylva
Webmaster: Dot Porter
To learn more about your SIG-DL officers, you can read their bios at http://www.asis.org/SIG/sigdl/candidates-for-2013-elections/
Congratulations to the new officers!
SIG-DL Chair, 2012-2013
Susan Parham Wells
SIG-DL Chair, 2011-2012
You are also invited to join the SIGDL Dutch treat dinner directly following our business meeting. Meet in the conference lobby at 6:15pm. Dinner will be at the Les 3 Brasseurs (on 1356 Sainte-Catherine St W Montreal, QC H3G 2B2, Canada), about a 6 minute walk from the hotel. Map to restaurant from conference hotel: http://goo.gl/maps/lmZ1l
SIG-DL Elections will be held Monday, September 16th to Monday, September 23rd! Get involved in ASIS&T by running for an elected office. More can be found at: http://www.asis.org/wiki/chapters-sigs/index.php/SIG-DL_Officer_Positions
The SIG DL Business Meeting will be held on Monday, November 4, from 5-6 pm, in conjunction with the ASIS&T Annual Meeting in Montreal, Canada. A Dutch treat dinner will follow the Business Meeting. Venues for both are TBD, and will be posted here as soon as they are booked. We hope many of you will join us in Montreal!
The Special Interest Group for Digital Libraries of the Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) is seeking proposals for an Undergraduate, Master’s, and Recently Graduated Students (having graduated May 2011 or later) research program at the ASIS&T 2013 Annual Meeting in Montreal on November 3 – 6, 2013.
This session is intended to provide students with an opportunity to present their work during the main conference on areas of interest relevant to information and knowledge management. The session will also serve as a social meeting point to facilitate networking between students, faculty, and professionals. Note: students do not have to attend the conference in order to qualify. To accommodate students who cannot attend the conference, we are accepting pre-made video presentations and mailed-in posters. All abstracts, presentation media, and posters will be published on the SIG DL website after the conference.
Submission Deadline is September 16, 2013. Read the full CFP.