[OAI-eprints] International Calendar of Information Science Conferences
pontika at simmons.edu
Sun Apr 27 19:40:10 EDT 2008
** Please excuse cross-postings **
This is a periodic reminder to post your event and look for conferences
around the world in the:
INTERNATIONAL CALENDAR OF INFORMATION SCIENCE CONFERENCES
Over 500 conferences listed in the past year!
Over 75 countries hosting events on all continents!
Over 80 countries represented by visitors to the Calendar!
Over 9,000 visits a month!
If you work in the information sciences and related disciplines (libraries,
archives, museums, information and communication technology,
telecommunications, etc.), be sure to stay up to date on the latest
opportunities to learn and share your work throughout the world by regularly
checking (RSS available) and posting your events in the
Calendar. Help colleagues by registering the conferences you are aware of in
case they are not listed.
If your favourite conference or the one you organise is not listed, be sure
to let us know of your event. There are three ways to submit events. See the
FAQ here: http://icisc.neasist.org/about.html.
The "Quick Calendar" is a static version of the calendar grouped by date and
by region: http://icisc.neasist.org/quickcalendar.html ... which is great
for a quick glance and for slower connection speeds or printing.
CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Use the Calendar to coordinate events with other groups. Feel free to post
"PROPOSED" events. *We encourage you to enter your events directly*:
ABOUT THE CALENDAR - A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT
The Calendar is a nonprofit collaboration between the International
Information Issues Special Interest Group and the European and New England
chapters of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (
http://www.asist.org), with the additional support of Haworth Press (
Thank you for bookmarking and/or subscribing to the International Calendar
of Information Science Conferences (http://icisc.neasist.org/) and sharing
this message with your colleagues!
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