InfoNexus is an annual conference at McGill University run by the School of Information Studies students. Every year, it brings information specialists together in the city of Montreal (Quebec), Canada to network and discuss various topics in Information Studies.
Previously known as “Web 2.U Symposium”, the event is a tradition passed from generation to generation. InfoNexus gives information specialists an opportunity to practice their information management skills as well as share their expertise. InfoNexus aims to inspire the participants to collaborate on innovative projects in order to cultivate the community of information specialists.
- In 2015, the conference was was renamed into InfoNexus to reflect the changing multidisciplinary nature of the Information Studies field. By shifting the focus from information technologies, services, and institutions to people, the participants of the event were able to embrace greater diversity and establish stronger connections. Check out the highlights from InfoNexus 2015 on the MISSA (McGill Information Studies Student Association) blog.
- In 2014, the conference addressed the latest trends in social media (technology, strategy, and best practices). Read the highlights from Web 2.U 2014 on the MLISSA (McGill Library & Information Studies Student Association) blog.
We are currently working on reconstructing the event’s archives. We will share our history with you as soon as possible!
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