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Session
Growing the iFederation: Leveraging the ASIS&T, ALISE, and the iSchools Collaboration to Advance Information Science
Time:
Tuesday, 02/Nov/2021:
11:00am - 12:30pm

Location: Salon C, Lobby Level, Marriott


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Presentations
ID: 342 / [Single Presentation of ID 342]: 1
Panels
90 minutes
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Topics: Library and Information Science
Keywords: ifederation, ALISE, ischool

Growing the iFederation: Leveraging the ASIS&T, ALISE, and the iSchools Collaboration to Advance Information Science

Brian Detlor1, Sandra Hirsh2, Michael Seadle3

1McMaster University, Canada; 2San Jose State University, USA; 3iSchools Organization, Inc.

The iFederation is a joint initiative between ASIS&T, ALISE, and the iSchools to mutually cooperate and promote information science and related disciplines. During this panel session, each of the three partner organizations within the iFederation will describe their own association’s strategic directions and their views on how they envision themselves mutually cooperating and promoting information science with the other two iFederation associations. The panel will start with a quick overview of the current Memorandum of Understanding signed between the three founding iFederation associations, followed by a short overview of each association’s strategic plans and ideas for iFederation collaborations. This will be followed by a lengthy discussion with audience attendees in regards to their perspectives on how best to move the iFederation forward in a way that is mutually beneficial to all.