Conferences: Beyond the Summits

The ASIS&T; Summits have been effective at getting many members of the community together in one place. The first Summit also drew in participation of and attention from members of related communities, although the second Summit wasn't as successful at this. The third Summit is scheduled to take place in Baltimore in mid-March 2002.

Do we need additional meetings, perhaps through partnering with other associations as has been done with ASIS&T;, to make connections to existing fields? Or just more meetings in general as a way to cement our community? More meetings in more places might help address our increasing geographic dispersal.

Another question: can conferences be used as a way to bring in revenue to support other information architecture activities?

Posted by Louis Rosenfeld at November 01, 2001 05:00 PM
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