ASI conference presentations: a content analysis of major topics, 1997-2012

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Article on the American Society for Indexing (ASI) conference presentations. This article identifies major topics discussed at ASI conferences from 1997 through 2012 and explores how topics have changed over time.

Creator(s): Sassen, Catherine
Creation Date: December 2012
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UNT Libraries
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UNT Scholarly Works
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Creator (Author):
Sassen, Catherine

University of North Texas

Publisher Info:
Publisher Name: Society of Indexers
Place of Publication: [Sheffield, United Kingdom]
Date(s):
  • Creation: December 2012
Description:

Article on the American Society for Indexing (ASI) conference presentations. This article identifies major topics discussed at ASI conferences from 1997 through 2012 and explores how topics have changed over time.

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Department: Libraries
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This article discusses the American Society for Indexing (ASI) conference presentations. The ASI holds annual conferences to keep members informed of new developments in indexing technology and the expanding role of indexing (ASI, 2012). Conferences also facilitate communication among members, provide educational opportunities, and raise awareness of quality indexing. The purpose of this article is to identify major topics discussed at ASI conferences from 1997 through 2012 and to explore how the topics have changed over time. ASI conference programs reflect topics of interest to indexers, and thus provide insight into concerns of the profession at large.

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3 p.

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Keyword(s): indexing | conferences | American Society for Indexing
Source: The Indexer, 2012, Sheffield: Society of Indexers, pp. 201-203
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UNT Libraries
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UNT Scholarly Works
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  • ARK: ark:/67531/metadc122177
Resource Type: Article
Format: Text
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Access: Public
Citation:
Publication Title: The Indexer
Volume: 30
Issue: 4
Page Start: 201
Page End: 203
Peer Reviewed: Yes