Welcome to ASIS&T Webinars, your source for online live and on-demand content, created by the Association for Information Science & Technology. Our webinars connect you with experts and global thought leaders in information science, management, and business on relevant professional issues. 

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Upcoming webinars and those that were presented in 2014 or later, can be found here.

   Past Webinars   

PASIG:  Digital Forensics and BitCurator [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Christopher (Cal) Lee

SIG MET: Conducting Twitter Research [free]
  Kim Holmberg

PASIG:  The Essential Elements Of Intelligently Managed Tiered Storage Infrastructures [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Raymond Clarke

PASIG:  Implementing Sustainable Digital Preservation [free to ASIS&T Members]
   Neil Grindley

PASIG:  How to Assess your Digital Value at Risk - An Introduction to the Digital Value at Risk (DVAR) Calculator [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Mike Quinn

SIG ED:  Happiness and Its Relationship with Information [free]
  Naresh Agarwal

SIG III: Getting Published in Reputable International Journals and Other Publications [free]
  Dr. Toni Carbo, Dr. Sam K. Hastings, and Dr. Diane H. Sonnenwald

PASIG Webinar - Building Communities and Services in Support of Data-Intensive Research [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Stephen Abrams

SIG MET: Analyzing Scholarly Communication Using Topic Modeling Methods [free]
  Ying Ding and Lili Lin

PASIG Webinar - Storage Technology Trends for Archiving [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Tom Wultich and Bob Raymond

SIG ED: The Online Revolution: Education for Everyone Webinar
[free to ASIS&T Members]
  Pang Wei Koh

PASIG Webinar - Stewarding Research Data with Fedora and Islandora [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Mark Leggott
Challenges of Digital Media Preservation in an Active Archive [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Karen Cariani and David W. MacCarn
An Introduction to the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) and its Digital Preservation Initiatives
[free to ASIS&T Members]
  Leslie Johnston
Current Best Practices in Digital Archiving Moving Image and Sound Assets [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Anthony Cocciolo
Ready or Not, You Will Teach, and Here Is How You Can Get Ready! [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Charles Curran
The Arizona Memory Project [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Richard Prouty

The Cloud - A Better Alternative for Long-term Preservation or Too Good to Be True? [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Leighton C. "Chris" Wood, Jr.

International Search Engine Optimization: Making Website Content Findable Across Borders [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Shari Thurow

Digital Preservation in Theory and Practice: A Preservation and Archiving Special Interest Group (PASIG) Boot-Camp Webinar [free to ASIS&T Members]
Tom Cramer

Measuring Science: Emerging Tools for Analysis of Federal R&D Investments [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Melissa H. Cragin, Leah Nichols, Michael Simon, and Sean M. Watts
What All Librarians & Information Scientists Should Know About Duplicate Content Delivery and Search Engines [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Shari Thurow

Mentoring as Teaching Tool:  A Case Study [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Charles Curran

ASIS&T Student Chapter Leaders and Advisors:  A Virtual Meeting [free]
  Naresh Agarwal 
Bringing the Art of Performance to Online Teaching [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Charles Curran
Tools for Presentation, Collaboration, and Communication in a Blended Course [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Bill Wisser 
What All Librarians & Information Scientists Should Know About Search Engine Optimization (SEO) [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Shari Thurow 

Delivery and Assessment of a Blended/Hybrid Learning Course [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Bill Wisser 
The Quest for Emotional Engagement:  Information Visualization [ASIS&T Member Discount]
  Stephen P. Anderson 
Designing a Blended/Hybrid Learning Course [free to ASIS&T Members]
   Bill Wisser     

Introduction to Blended/Hybrid Learning  [free]
  Bill Wisser  
What Does Tagging Have to Do With a Taxonomy? [free to ASIS&T Members]
Jacob Ratliff
Preparing to Incorporate Visualizations into a Metrics Research Project  
  Angela Zoss
Metadata Interoperability  [free to ASIS&T Members]
  Joseph Busch
Doing Oral History Interviews:  The Basics  [free]
  Robert V. Williams and Kathryn La Barre

Institutional Repositories and Local Practice:  Sharing Experience and Lessons
  D. Scott Brandt, Jennifer Laherty, Xiaocan (Lucy) Wang

ASIS&T Webinars on Webinars: How to Propose, Organize and Present a Webinar [free to ASIS&T members]
  Diane Neal

Envisioning Science and Technology
  Katy Börner
Taxonomies for Publishing:  Enhancing the User Experience [free to ASIS&T members]
  Marjorie Hlava
"I Have an Institutional Repository, Now What?"  Advanced Issues Related to Institutional Repositories [free to ASIS&T members]
June Abbas
Drilling Down to the Challenges of a SharePoint Taxonomy Implementation  [free to ASIS&T members]
  Marjorie Hlava and Joe Shepley
Crash Course in Institutional Repositories  [free to ASIS&T members]
  Marisa Ramirez

Transforming Our e-Learning 'Worst Practices' into Excellent Teaching  [free]
  Dr. Michelle M. Kazmer 
Why Information Architecture on SharePoint  [free to ASIS&T members]
  Joe Shepley
Web Analytics  
  Jim Jansen 
Beyond the Polar Bear:  A Gentle Introduction to Domain Driven Design
Mike Atherton

An Evening With National Public Radio [free]
Mary Glendinning & Hannah Sommers
From Intervention Informatics to Prevention Informatics  [free]
  Dr. Sherrilynne Fuller 

Dr. Fuller’s speech focuses on her work on developing health information systems (from individual patient records to building integrated databases and tools to support disease surveillance). She discusses how the established model of information systems to support intervention is leading to what she calls "prevention informatics,” in which information systems help prevent disease in the first place. She also discusses how the use of information and communications technologies for improving health in low resource settings. She believes that many of the information systems problems in developing countries are mirrored in a variety of ways in the United States. 

Linked Data
  Karen Coyle  
  • Introduction to Semantic Web and Linked Data 
  • Linked Data, Tools and Technologies 
Taxonomy Uses Series  [free to ASIS&T members]
  Access Innovations
  • Semantic Integration - Leveraging the Taxonomy
  • Taxonomies in Search
  • Setting Up the Store - Taxonomies in E-Commerce
  • People Directories and Author Networks Based on Taxonomies
Introduction to Information Architecture
  Donna Spencer
Taxonomy  [free to ASIS&T members]
  Project Performance Corporation
  • Introduction to Business Taxonomies
  • Taxonomy Workshops
  • Practical Taxonomy Design
  • Taxonomy Governance and Maintenance