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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Sparking Synergies:
Bringing Research and Practice Together @ ASIST '05

American Society for Information Science & Technology
2005 Annual Meeting
October 28-November 2, 2005, Charlotte, North Carolina

ASIST 2005 will focus on the diversity of perspectives and insights from
all those participating in the information science and technology
community, as they generate innovative ideas, define theoretical concepts
or work out the nuts and bolts of implementing well-tested ideas in new
ways and in new settings.  A wide variety of plenary and invited speakers,
moderated panels, poster sessions and refereed papers will explore this
theme.  Submissions by researchers and practitioners on any topic in
information science and technology are solicited.

TYPES OF SUBMISSIONS
Contributed papers
Contributed posters/short papers
Technical sessions and panels
Pre-conference sessions

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Deadlines
January 21, 2005        Contributed papers, technical sessions and panels, and
pre-conference sessions
February 25, 2005       Contributed posters/short papers
March 31, 2005  Authors/proposers notified of acceptance
May 27, 2005    Final versions due for conference proceedings

Who can submit
Individuals, ASIST special interest groups (SIGs), or institutions may make
any type of submission. Proposers are welcomed from any academic,
nonprofit, corporate, or government area in any part of the world.
Proposers need not be members of ASIST. ASIST SIG chairs are encouraged to
help coordinate proposals from their members.

Where and how to submit
All submissions are made electronically via a link from the ASIST Web site
(http://www.asis.org). Details on acceptable
file formats, citation style, and specific contact information required in
the online submission form will be on the Web page during December.

More details on this call for papers is available at
<http://www.asis.org/am05call.htm>.

Barbara Wildemuth
ASIST 2005 Conference Co-Chair
SILS, UNC-CH, [log in to unmask]

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