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Monday, November 15, 2010

Call for Proposals: ASIST 2011. Due May 31 and July 1

New Orleans, LA.  October 7-12
22nd  Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

Bridging the Gulf: Communication and Information in Society, Technology, and Work.

Important Dates
1) Papers , Panels, Workshops & Tutorials  Deadline for submissions:   May 31st 
2) Posters, Demos & Videos:  Deadline for submissions:    July 1st 

ASIST 2011 builds on the success of the 2010 conference structure and will consist of six tracks, each with its own program and reviewing committee to ensure that the conference meets your high expectations for standards and quality. A team of respected reviewers, experts in their fields, will assist with a rigorous peer-review process.  

Track 1  Information Behaviour
Track 2  Knowledge Organization
Track 3  Interactive Information & Design
Track 4  Information and Knowledge Management.
Track 5  Information Use       
Track 6  Economic, Social, and Political Issues

Types of Submission:  The Conference welcomes the following types of submissions:

1) Papers
2) Panels
3) Interactive Showcase   Posters, Demos ,  Videos
4) Workshops and Tutorials

For more information, please contact:  Conference Co-Chairs: Abby Goodrum (agoodrum@ryerson.ca) and  Suzie Alllard (sallard@utk.edu)

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