CAIS was incorporated in 1970 to promote the advancement of information science in Canada, and encourage and facilitate the exchange of information relating to the use, access, retrieval, organization, management, and dissemination of information.

CAIS achieves these goals through its internationally recognized journal, the Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, and its annual conference.

CAIS members include information scientists and archivists, librarians, computer scientists, documentalists, economists, educators, journalists, psychologists, and others who support its objectives.

Call for Editor: CAIS seeks a new editor for its journal, the Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science / Revue canadienne des sciences de l’information et de bibliothéconomie. Please see the detailed call here.

News from CAIS/ACSI

Call for Journal Editor: CJILS/RCSIB
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The Canadian Association for Information Science invites applications from individuals seeking consideration to become the next editor of the Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science / Revue canadienne des sciences de l’information et de bibliothéconomie. The official term of the position is open and will … Read More

Moving the association forward
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The CAIS/ACSI Executive Board has been hard at work moving the association forward. Here are the latest updates. The 2015 CAIS/ACSI Conference and LRI Symposium will be held June 3-5, 2015, at the University of Ottawa. The Preliminary Program is now available … Read More