The Special Interest Group on International Information Issues (SIG-III) of the Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) is pleased to announce its 14th competition for papers to be submitted for the 2014 Annual Meeting,...
The ASIS&T International Information Issues Special Interest Group (SIG-III) is pleased to announce that for 2014 we will be able to sponsor another group of deserving information professionals from developing countries for complimentary ASIS&T memberships (the financial burden of which would otherwise be prohibitive).
We are soliciting nominations of candidates for the...
Thanks to Daniel's great leadership, SIG III's 30th Anniversary Commemorative Publication won the 2013 SIG Publication of the Year Award!
WINNERS OF THE 2013 ASIS&T SIG III INTERNATIONAL PAPER CONTEST
The Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) Special Interest Group on International Information Issues (SIG III) is pleased to announce the following winners of its 13th International Paper Contest:
First Place Winner:
Melody M. Madriad. A Study of Digital Curator Competencies: A...
SIG III: Getting Published in Reputable International Journals and Other Publications
We are proud to announce the winners of the InfoShare membership award for 2013. This year we are able to support 7 professionals and students from 5 different countries.
- Janakiraman Amirthalingam
- Mahmood Khosrowjerdi
- Yared Mammo
- Ibrahim Ramjaun
- Teklemichael T. Wordofa
- Fatima Zahra
- Maryam Zakerhamidi
Below are minutes from the 2012 SIG-III business meeting in Baltimore last month. This was such a great meeting! They are pretty thorough and I think Shimelis did a remarkable job in capturing the spirit and content of the meeting as the recorder. But please let him know if we missed any significant details or misconstrued anything.
If you are attending ASIS&T 2012 in Baltimore, please join us for the following SIG-III Events:
The paper from the SIG III Social Media squad discusses about the growing reliance on social media among scholars, and how SIG-III's active online and social media presence further contribute to engage the broader ASIS&T community
InfoShare, a program sponsored by SIG III, awards one-year ASIST memberships to information professionals in developing countries for whom the cost of membership would be a financial burden. This paper provides detail information about the InfoShare program and analyse its impact and contribution interms of introducing ASIS&T to numerous information professionals around the world....