Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T AM)*

Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T AM)*

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The Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technolog (ASIS&T AM) is the premier international conference dedicated to the study of information, people, and technology in contemporary society. The ASIS&T AM gathers leading scholars and practitioners from around the globe to share innovations, ideas, research, and insights into the state and future of information and communication in play, work, governance, and society.

ASIS&T AM has an established record for pushing the boundaries of information studies, exploring core concepts and ideas, and creating new technological and conceptual configurations — all situated in interdisciplinary discourses.

Of special interest:

  • Themes: Creating Knowledge, Enhancing Lives through Information & Technology (2016); Knowledge Innovations: Celebrating Our Heritage, Designing Our Future (2000); Knowledge: Creation, Organization and Use (1999)
  • Co-located events: ICKM International Conference on Knowledge Management (2005, 2008, 2010, 2013), ASIS&T Knowledge Management Summit (2002)
  • Social events: SIG KM Happy Hour (2013-15); SIG KM et al Speed Meeting (2008-2007)
  • KMedu events:
    • 2015 panel: Knowledge Management in LIS Education: Bridging Research and Practice
    • 2011 panel: Emerging Trends in Knowledge Organization and Information Organization Course Curriculum
    • 2008 panel: Knowledge Management Career: Perception Versus Reality
    • 2005 track: Information Science Education
    • 2004 panel: Challenges in Knowledge Management Education
    • 2002 panel: Evolution of Knowledge Management Education
    • 2000 panel: Teaching Knowledge Management

Diversity of Engagement: Connecting People and Information in the Physical and Virtual World, Oct. 27-Nov 1, 2017, Washington D.C.

Creating Knowledge, Enhancing Lives through Information & Technology, October 14-18, 2016, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Tracks: Research Knowledge Structures and Practices
  • Panels: Bibliometrics and Information Retrieval: Creating Knowledge Through Research Synergies (SIG/MET); Global/Local Knowledge Organization: Contexts and Questions (SIG/CR); Crowdsourcing Approaches for Knowledge Organization Systems: Crowd Collaboration or Crowd Work? (SIG/CR); Digital Liaisons Virtual Uncommons: Creating Knowledge, Enhancing Lives via Digital Libraries (SIG/DL)

Information Science with Impact: Research in and for the Community, November 6-10, 2015, St. Louis, Missouri

  • Seminars/Workshops: Knowledge Audits from A to Z (SIG/KM)
  • 3rd Annual SIG/KM Happy Hour: Knowledge Sharing and Hoarding
  • Panels: Knowledge Management in LIS Education: Bridging Research and Practice (SIGs/KM & ED); If You Build It, Will They Come? – A Discussion of Use Cases and Barriers of Using the Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS) Available as Linked Open Data (LOD); Cultural Diversity in LIS Research: National and International Communities as Context (SIGs/KM & IEP); Impact-Driven Work: Tearing Down the Firewalls Between Research and Practice (SIGs/KM & IEP)
  • Sessions: Examples of Crimes against Knowledge or Examples of Knowledge Sharing (SIGs/KM)

Connecting Collections, Cultures, and Communities, October 31 – November 5, 2014, Seattle, Washington

  • Paper Tracks: Knowledge Organization; Knowledge Management
  • Workshops: Knowledge Audits from A to Z (SIG/KM)
  • 2nd Annual SIG/KM Happy Hour: Crimes Against Good Knowledge Management
  • Panels: Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS) as Linked Data Services

Beyond the Cloud: Rethinking Information Boundaries, November 1-5, 2013, Montreal, Canada

  • Co-located: ICKM Conference on Knowledge Management
  • 1st Annual SIG/KM Happy Hour: The Ten Commandments for Knowledge Behavior
  • Paper Tracks: Social Media, Knowledge Management and Cloud Computing; Knowledge Validity, Quality and Discovery

Information, Interaction, Innovation: Celebrating the Past, Constructing the Present and Creating the Future, October 26-30, 2012, Baltimore, MD

  • Workshop: Knowledge Audits From A to Z (SIG KM); Taxonomy: Theory to Practice

Bridging the Gulf: Communication and Information in Society, Technology, and Work, October 9-12, 2011, New Orleans, LA

  • Paper Tracks: Knowledge Organization, Information and Knowledge Management
  • Workshops: Knowledge Management of Social Networks (SIG KM); Theory of Knowledge, Search and Taxonomies; Collaborative Information Seeking – Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice
  • Panels: Emerging Trends in Knowledge Organization and Information Organization Course Curriculum

Navigating Streams in an Information Ecosystem, Oct. 22-27, 2010, Pittsburgh, PA

  • Co-located: ICKM Conference on Knowledge Management
  • Paper Tracks: Knowledge Organization; Information and Knowledge Management
  • Seminars: Taxonomy Tools: Requirements and Capabilities; Getting Started with Business Taxonomy Design
  • Panels: Knowledge Organization: Evaluating Foundation and Function in the Information Ecosystem; Role of Communities of Practice in Recent Responses to Disasters – Tsunami, China, Haiti, and Katrina

Thriving on Diversity – Information Opportunities in a Pluralistic World, November 6-11, 2009, Vancouver, BC, Canada

  • Workshops: SIG USE Symposium: Collaborative Information Seeking and Sharing (10th Anniversary)
  • Panels: Evolving Curricula in LIS-Focused Bioinformatics Programs (SIGs ED, BIO, CR, KM, STI); The DataNet Partners: Sharing Science, Linking Domains, Curating Data (SIGs KM, SI, STI); DataONE: Protecting the Future of Environmental and Ecological Data (SIGs DL, STI, KM)

People Transforming Information – Information Transforming People, October 24-29, 2008, Columbus, Ohio

  • Co-located: ICKM Conference on Knowledge Management
  • Tracks: Knowledge Organization
  • Panels: Knowledge Management Career: Perception Versus Reality (SIG ED and KM); Tagging As A Communication Device: The Impact of Communities on Transforming Tag Information (SIG-TAG, SIG-KM and SIG-CR); Issues in the Transformation of Health and Medical Information (KM, MED); Civic Engagement, Youth, and Community: The Role of Place, Education, Information, and Technology in Shaping Civic and Political Discourse (SIG-KM); Knowledge Sharing and Management in Open Access e-Resources & Communities (KM, DL)
    SPEED MEETING: A Special Session to Introduce Attendees to Each Other in Person and via Web Cast (KM, BWP, MGT, VIS, STI)

Joining Research and Practice: Social Computing and Information Science, October 19-24, 2007, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • Seminars: Taxonomies in Search
  • Panels: Applying Theories of Knowledge Creation to KM Practices in Business and Government (SIG KM); Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS) Standards (Standards Committee and SIG CR); Traditional and Non-Traditional Knowledge Management in Research and Practice (SIGs KM, LT, CR); Seeking Knowledge in a Social World: Epistemological Pathways (SIG USE); Who is Tagging Information? (SIGSs USE, CR, KM); Tagging and Social Networks: The Impact of Communities on User-Centered Tagging (SIGs TAG, KM, CR); Problems with the Distribution of Health and Medical Information (SIGs KM, MED); Social Capital 2.0: New ICTs and New Social Forms (SIGs KM, CRIT)
  • Speed Meeting (SIGs KM, BWP, MGT)

Information Realities: Shaping the Digital Future for All, November 3-8, 2006, Austin, Texas

  • Workshops: Workshop on Blogs and Wikis: How They Can Improve Conference Communications (SIGs BWP, DL, KM)
  • Panels: The Reality of the Global, Digital Workplace: Innovation in Knowledge Management (KM, MGT); Knowledge Sharing in Online Communities: Digital Trends in Practice (SI, KM, USE); Virtual Communities & Social Networks: The Impact of Blogs on Online Community and Social Engagement (KM)

Sparking Synergies: Bringing Research and Practice Together, October 28-November 2, 2005, Charlotte, North Carolina

  • Paper Tracks: Knowledge Management, Information Organization; Information Science Education
  • Co-located: ICKM Conference on Knowledge Management
  • Seminars: Hands On Taxonomies – an Introduction to Creation and Maintenance of Controlled Vocabularies
  • Panels: Collaboration in Digital Libraries: Luminous Ideas from Health Informatics, Academic Libraries, and Historical Archives (SIGs KM, DL); Evaluating Success in Search Systems (SIGs Metrics, DL, KM, USE); Business Case Studies in Knowledge Management (SIG KM); Building Business Bridges: Useful Knowledge Management Practices for Both Libraries and Corporate Organizations (SIGs KM, MGT); Knowledge Management Practices in Organizations Undergoing Fundamental Change (SIG MGT)

Managing and Enhancing Information: Cultures and Conflicts, November 12-17, 2004, Providence, Rhode Island

  • Track: Knowledge Management and Use
  • Panels: Information Related Management Issues: Examining the Applicability of Research Methodologies (SIGs KM, MGT); Blogs and K-Logs in Knowledge Management (SIG KM); LibQUAL+: Library Service Quality Assessment (SIG MGT, KM); Managing Information from Scientific Research Projects: Exposing Hidden Knowledge (SIG STI); Challenges in Knowledge Management Education; Knowledge, Information and Behavior: A Tribute to Patrick Wilson (SIG HFIS); Diffusion of Knowledge in the Field of Digital Library Development: How Is the Field Shaped by Visionaries, Engineers, and Pragmatists? (SIGs HFIS, DL); Reference Services and Knowledge Bases: When is Help Helpful? (SIG STI)

Humanizing Information Technology: From Ideas to Bits and Back, October 19-22, 2003, Long Beach, CA

  • Tracks: Information Organization
  • Panels: A Science of Public Knowledge? Theoretical Foundations of LIS (HFIS); Genres & Knowledge Organization (CR, HFIS); Maturity Models and Benchmarks in Knowledge Management (KM, MGT)

Information, Connections, and Community, November 18-21, 2002, Philadelphia, PA

  • Co-located: ASIST Knowledge Management Summit
  • Panels: Innovative uses of Knowledge Management to Maintain Competitive Advantage (SIG MGT, KM); Evolution of Knowledge Management Education (SIG KM); Visualizing Knowledge Domains (SIG CR, VIS); Knowledge Management and Organizational Climate (SIG KM); Community and Forms of Knowledge (SIGs KM & HFIS)

Information in a Networked World: Harnessing the Flow, November 4-8, 2001, Washington, DC

  • Technical Sessions: Trends in Knowledge Management Initiatives: From the Enterprise Level to the Team Level
    (SIG MGT); Affective Issues in Knowledge Management: Social Capital, Narrative, and Learning (SIG KM); Knowledge Management-The Practitioner’s View (SIG KM); Knowledge Management: Contested Grounds (SIG KM); Knowledge Management/Competitive Intelligence Convergence (SIG MGT); Metrics and Knowledge Management (SIG KM)

Knowledge Innovations: Celebrating Our Heritage, Designing Our Future, November 13 – 16, 2000, Chicago, IL

  • Paper Tracks: Emerging Models for Knowledge Management
  • Technical Sessions: Digital Libraries & Their Role in Knowledge Dissemination & Creation (SIG DL); Innovative Computer-Based Medical Knowledge Resources (SIG MED); Knowledge Management in Theory (SIG KM); Teaching Knowledge Management (SIG KM)

Knowledge: Creation, Organization and Use, October 31-November 4, 1999, Washington, DC

  • Paper Tracks: Knowledge Discovery, Capture and Creation; Classification and Representation; Information Retrieval; Knowledge Dissemination; Ethical, Cultural, Social & Behavioral Aspects
  • Sessions: s. program

Information Access in the Global Information Economy, October 24-29, 1998, Pittsburgh, PA

  • Seminars: Building the Virtual “Intranet” Knowledge Center; The Role of Information Management In Knowledge Management Stimulating Creativity and Innovation Through Information

Digital Collections: Implications for Users, Funders, Developers and Maintainers, November 1-6, 1997, Washington, DC

  • Seminars: Building the Virtual “Intranet” Knowledge Center; Organizing and Representing Knowledge Graphically Using Classification Structures (SIG CR, HCI, VIS)

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