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Date: Thu, 27 May 2010 15:50:22 -0400
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*** Reminder of deadlines for the ASIS&T 2010 Conference ***

American Society for Information Science and Technology
ASIST 2010, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 22-27, 2010
Navigating Streams in an Information Ecosystem

Conference Website:

Upcoming Deadlines:

    May 31  -- Papers (short and long), Panels, Workshops and Tutorials
    July 16 -- Posters, Demos and Videos

Accepted papers will be available in the ACM Digital Library and the 
ASIS&T Digital Library.

The ASIST Annual Meeting is the main venue for disseminating research
centred on advances in the information sciences and related applications 
of information technology. This year's conference is stepping away from
tradition and re-inventing our premier conference.

ASIST 2010 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 
of all papers, panels, and other submissions for the tracks listed 
below.  Please note the important changes in format and content, and 
plan your submissions accordingly.

Track 1 - Information Behaviour
Track 2 - Knowledge Organization
Track 3 - Information Systems, Interactivity and Design
Track 4 - Information and Knowledge Management
Track 5 - Information Use
Track 6 - Information in Context:  Economic, Social, and Policy Perspectives

Because each of these tracks represents a generic aspect of information
science, each may be focused by additional elements.

Types of Submissions:

    * Papers
    * Panels
    * Interactive Showcase
        Posters, Demos, Videos
    * Workshops
       Themed Workshops will be held on Wed, Oct. 27.

For more information:


Conference Co-Chairs:
    Cathy Marshall, [log in to unmask]
    Elaine Toms, [log in to unmask]

Local arrangements and logistics:
    Richard Hill, [log in to unmask]

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