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ASIS&T McGill Student Chapter

Association for Information Science & Technology

About ASIS&T McGill Student Chapter

In September 2010, McGill’s School of Information Studies was granted a chapter charter. The purpose of the student chapter is to provide an organization through which student members of ASIS&T may share their special concerns, find academic support, participate in information science programs for students and other members of the community, build professional networks and make contributions to the profession. Student chapter participation is also intended to provide students with experience in being active ASIS&T members, and to contribute to personal growth and career development. We hope to create a collegial environment for students to participate, share, learn, dream and grow.


Student Membership Information

Chapter Bylaws

2013 - 2014 Executives

Jonathan Dorey, President

Julie Mayrand, President Elect

Nathalie Blanchard, Secretary

Jesse David Dinneen, Treasurer

Julia Wagner, Communications Officer

Guillermo Galdamez, First Year Master’s Student Representative

nathalie [dot] depreux [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Nathalie De Preux), Second Year Master’s Student Representative


Meeting Minutes

More About ASIS&T

Since 1937, the Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) has been the society for information professionals leading the search for new and better theories, techniques, and technologies to improve access to information. ASIS&T increases the influence of information professionals among decision-makers by focusing attention on the importance of information as a vital resource in a high-technology age and promotes informed policy on national and international information issues by contributing to the formation of those policies.  It encourages and supports personal and professional growth through opportunities for members to extend their knowledge and skills, develop and use professional networks, pursue career development goals and assume leadership roles in the Society and in the information community.