Workshop report in ESC newsletter

A report of the ASIS&T European Workshop has been published in the ASIS&T European Student Chapter newsletter July 2013

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Proceedings and presentations are out

The proceedings of the second ASIS&T European Workshop are out and can be found at the workshop website and later on at the website of the series Skrifter utgivna av Informationsvetenskap vid Åbo Akademi at

Also the slides of the most of the presentations held at second ASIS&T European workshop are available at the Programme and presentations page.

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Poster prize for Winnie Tam, Jenny Fry and Steve Probets

The ASIS&T European Workshop best poster prize was won by Winnie Tam, Jenny Fry and Steve Probets (Loughborough University, UK) with a poster Disciplinary shaping of research data management practices. The slides of the poster pre-presentation can be found on this website.

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Workshop starting tomorrow morning

The official programme of the second ASIS&T European Workshop is about to start tomorrow morning. The registration desk opens at 8.30 am and the programme starts 9.15 am.

The workshop hashtag is #asistew13 for all tweeters. The workshop proceedings and presentations will be available after the workshop on this website.

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Registration open until May 16, Programme published

The registration to the ASIS&T European workshop is open until May 16 (by midnight EET=GMT+2). A premilinary programme of the workshop is available at the workshop website.

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Keynote abstracts online

The abstracts of keynotes for ASIS&T European Workshop have been published on the workshop website at

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Registration is now open!

Registration to the ASIS&T European Workshop 2013 is now open at

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Accepted papers and posters

Following submissions have been accepted for presentation (oral presentation or poster) at the ASIS&T European Workshop 2013. A preliminary programme of the workshop will be published in May.
  • Kim Holmberg and Mike Thelwall. Disciplinary Differences in Selected Scholars’ Twitter Transmissions
  • Anke Reinhold. Orienting strategies in the domain of video studies in educational research – Applying the socio-cognitive view on browsing to the design and evaluation of a research data ontology
  • Isto Huvila, Carolina Larsson, Daniel Löwenborg, Bodil Petersson, Per Stenborg and Nicolò Dell’Unto. Archaeological information in the digital society
  • Jannica Heinstrom and Eero Sormunen. Students’ personal ways to work and learn within a collaborative Wikipedia writing assignment
  • Leigh Ann Hamel. Digitisation of subculture publications in cultural research institutions
  • Jela Steinerova. Information interactions as part of digital scholarship
  • Winnie Tam, Jenny Fry and Steve Probets. The disciplinary shaping of research data management practices
  • Maria Kronqvist-Berg. 242 followers: User participation and information activities on public library Facebook pages
  • Sara Kjellberg, Gunilla Wiklund and Hanna Voog. Developing research support services – Focus group interviews as a method for librarians to understand the everyday life of researchers
  • DOME Project. DOME: Deployment of Online Medical records and E-health services
  • Jenny Fry. Considerations in adopting a ‘disciplinary’ analysis of scholarly communication and information behaviours
  • Isabella Peters, Sarah Hartmann and Agnes Mainka. Social Media Use and Outreach of Selected Public Libraries in Informational World Cities
  • Johanna Rivano Eckerdal. Girl virus? Information practices regarding HPV-vaccination in Swedish school healthcare
  • Laura Schumann, Steffen Rölike and Wolfgang G. Stock. Hotspots and Free WiFi in a Ubiquitous City. Do they Serve Citizens’ Information Needs? The U-City Oulu as a Case Study
  • Tamara Heck. Combining different learning strategies to foster collaborative learning in a retrieval literacy course
  • Teija Oikarinen. The Digitalization of Archaeological Data on the Threshold of the eScience Era (an extended abstract for poster presentation)
  • Barbara Wildemuth, Luanne Freund and Elaine Toms. Designing Known-Item and Fact-Finding Search Tasks for Studies of Interactive Information Retrieval
  • Adam Girard. E-book Research: Is it Time to Take the Contextual Turn?
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Registration opens in March

Registration for the ASIS&T European Workshop 2013 will open in the beginning of March. The registration fee will be 110 € per participant including workshop programme, lunches, coffee breaks and a workshop dinner. A possibility to apply for a small number of travelling grants covering part of the travelling and accommodation (available for students) will be announced when the registration opens.

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CfP ASIS&T European Workshop, June 5-6, 2013 in Turku/Åbo, Finland

We invite all researchers and practitioners including senior and junior faculty members, researchers, Masters and PhD students and for instance, librarians, and information specialists, to submit research papers, position papers, panels and alternative events and posters to the workshop. All submissions should be in English. Submissions should be research or position papers not exceeding 3,000 words or extended abstracts describing panels, alternative events and posters of no longer than 1,500 words. All submissions will be peer-reviewed double blinded.


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