Call for speakers for IO Day 2021

The Information Overload Research Group is getting ready for Information Overload Day, due to take place on October 19, 2021.

Information Overload Day is a workplace observance, now in its thirteenth year, that calls attention to the problem of Information Overload and how it impacts both individuals and organizations.

As in previous years we will mark the day with a free webinar devoted to various aspects of Information Overload and its mitigation. The webinar will include lecture(s) and/or a panel discussion. We are interested in talks about the problem, its solutions, and new ways of looking at them given the changing work environment and the availability of new data science methodologies that can be applied to the flood of information.

If you can deliver a lecture you believe would be of interest to our audience, or wish to recommend another lecturer, we encourage you to let us know.

Please send your input to Nathan Zeldes at president@iorgforum.org

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