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IASSIST 2016 Conference Papers Announcement

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Hello IASSISTers,

Thank you for the outstanding participation in this year's Conference Paper Competition! We received a lot of quality submissions that will be presented next week at IASSIST 2016 in Bergen, Norway. 

In advance of the conference, and on behalf of the Program Committee, I'd like to announce the winners and runner-ups for the 2016 Conference Paper Award:

Congratulations to Sophia Lafferty Hess and Thu-Mai Christian from ODUM for their paper titled "More Data, Less Process: The Applicability of MPLP to Research Data"!

And, the first runner-up: “Image Data Management as a Data Service” by Berenica Vejvoda, K. Jane Burpee and Paula Lackie

Second runner-up: “Mitigating Survey Fraud and Human Error: Lessons Learned From A Low Budget Village Census in Bangladesh” by Muhammad F. Bhuiyan and Paula Lackie

Many thanks to Berenica Vejvoda, Coordinator, and the team of evaluators:

Jennifer Green
Wendy Mann
Kathleen Fear
James Ng
Inna Kouper
Laine Ruus
Matthew Gertler
Ron Nakao
Tom Lindsay

Berenica will be giving a presentation about the papers at the business lunch (see Conference Program), so if you are attending, more information will be provided there.

All of the papers will be eligible for publication in the IASSIST Quarterly. For more information about publishing in the IQ, please contact Karsten Rasmussen

See you in Bergen!

Best,
Amber & Florio

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