• InfoNexus 2017 was held on February 3rd and had over 70 people in attendance at Thomson House. We welcomed speakers from a variety of fields including librarianship, archives, museums, KM, and ICT. The event was followed by a lively panel and discussion period. Want to learn more? Check out the organization committee, and the 2017 speakers. See you next year!
  • InfoNexus 2016 was held on February 5. In its second year of re-branding, InfoNexus 2016 developed a new logo and corresponding conference materials to solidify the new name. A diverse array of topics from digital collections to information security, from reference rot to knowledge networks was presented at the 2016 conference. Check out the 2016 organization committee and the 2016 speakers, as well as their presentations. You can also find the highlights from InfoNexus 2016 on the MISSA blog and some photos in our Facebook album.
  • In 2015, the conference, held on February 6, was renamed 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 2015 organizers and 2015 speakers. You can also find the highlights from InfoNexus 2015 on the MISSA (McGill Information Studies Student Association) blog and some photos from InfoNexus 2015 in our Google+ album. The decision was taken to reconstruct and consolidate the archives from the previous events. As the result of the project, the archives were published on this current website powered by WordPress. We hope you enjoy exploring our history with us!