Monthly Archives: October 2014

Get to Know SIG CON – an exclusive interview with Dr. Puppybreath himself!

While the “Get to Know” series started with our post on SIG HFIS was not intended to continue until after the upcoming Annual Meeting, your intrepid ASIS&T Social Media Contributors were lucky enough to receive a lead one day on contacting … Continue reading

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Place-as-information: Lessons from The Big Easy

#asist2014 is almost here! I can’t wait to see everyone! But first, I had to go to a conference before the conference, which perhaps gives new meaning to the term “pre-conference.” I’m writing this from a coffee shop in New … Continue reading

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Ghosts in the System: LIS and the Unexplained

Introduction As we approach the midpoint of Autumn, which signals the end of harvest season (at least in certain northern latitudes) and the impending approach of winter, it’s hard not to think of a holiday that’s a particular favorite of … Continue reading

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A new service just for ILS doctoral students!

As a part of ASIS&T’s increased efforts to reach and provide services to the membership through social media, we are proud to introduce a new service for doctoral student members that compliments the doctoral seminar and doctoral student-focused panels at … Continue reading

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Help Shape the Future of ASIS&T!

Posted on behalf of Sandy Hirsh. –Diane Rasmussen Pennington, Social Media Manager As incoming ASIS&T President, one of my major initiatives this year is strategic planning for the association. With the ongoing changes to our field, the range of choices … Continue reading

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Get to Know SIG HFIS: History and Foundations of Information Science

We’re starting a new monthly series on the ASIS&T Blog this week: “Get to Know a SIG / Get to Know a Chapter.” This new series will help existing and prospective ASIS&T members learn more about the groups that are an … Continue reading

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