IIS

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AcronymDefinition
IISInternet Information Services (Microsoft)
IISInstitute of Industrial Science (Japan)
IISInstitute of International Studies
IISInstitut für Integrierte Schaltungen (German: institute for integrated circuits)
IISImmunization Information Systems
IISInstitute of Ismaili Studies (London, UK)
IISInstitute for Social Innovation (Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas)
IISInternational Indian School (various locations)
IISIntegrated Information System
IISIndian Institute of Science
IISInstance Item Structure
IISIdentity Integration Server
IISInstitute for Integrated Circuits
IISInternet Information Services
IISInternet Information Server
IISIraqi Intelligence Service
IISInstituto de Investigaciones Sociales (Costa Rica)
IISInternational Insurance Society (New York, NY)
IISInvestors in Software (association)
IISFraunhofer Institut Integrierte Schaltungen
IISInternational Integrated Solutions (consulting agency)
IISInter Ikea Systems (Netherlands)
IISInvestigator Initiated Study (healthcare)
IISInformation Institute of Syracuse
IISInternet Information System
IISInstitute of Information Scientists
IISInstitutional Investment Services
IISIrish Institute of Sport (est. 2006; Ireland)
IISInter-IC Sound (aka I2S)
IISInvestment Insurance Services (various locations)
IISInteractive Internet Sports
IISIngeniero Industrial Y de Sistemas (Mexico)
IISIntelligence Information System
IISIgnition Interlock Symposium
IISIrish Institution of Surveyors (est. 1989; Ireland)
IISIntelligent Image Stabilization (photography)
IISIndustrial Injuries Scheme
IISInternational Investigation Services
IISInformation and Intelligence Systems
IISInitiative for Inclusive Security (Hunt Alternatives Fund)
IISInfrastructure and Information Systems (division)
IISIndustry Information Security
IISImage Integration Systems, Inc.
IISInternational Iguana Society
IISInflationary Impact Statement
IISIncoming Inspection Standard
IISInteragency and International Services (Army Corps of Engineers, Directorate of Military Programs)
IISIntelligent Inference Systems Corporation
IISIBM Information Services
IISInteragency Intergovernmental Support (various organizations)
IISIntelligent Internet Strategies
IISInterface Implementation Specification
IISIsrael Information Service
IISIrreducible Inconsistent Subsystem (linear programming)
IISInvestor Information Service
IISIndustrial Integration Services
IISInformation Indicate String
IISInstitute of Informatic Systems (Novosibirsk, Russia)
IISImperial Investor Service
IISIntegrated Information Store
IISIntelligence Systems Secretariat
IISInformation Integrity Services
IISISPO Information System
IISIHI (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries) Infrastructure Systems (Japan)
IISImaging Index System
IISInterfaces to Information Sources
IISInsurance Information Strategy
IISInstitutional Improvement Specialist (education)
IISInterim Instrumentation System
IISIsrael Immunological Society
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Joanne Silverstein, Assistant Research Professor, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, Information Institute of Syracuse, 621 Skytop Road, Suite 160, Syracuse, New York, 13244, jlsilver@syr.edu.Joanne Silverstein is an Assistant Research Professor at the School of Information Studies and Director of Research and Development, Information Institute of Syracuse (both of Syracuse University).
Information Institute of Syracuse at Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, (800) 464-9107, http://iis.syr.edu.
The Information Institute of Syracuse at Syracuse University and the Information Use Management and Policy Institute at Florida State University conducted the first study.
Hundreds of teacher-librarians volunteer their services for the project, which is administered by the American Association of School Librarians, a division of the American Library Association, in partnership with the Information Institute of Syracuse, Syracuse (NY) University.
David Lankes, director of the Information Institute of Syracuse. (Lankes provided a presentation at the recent Charleston Conference--see last month's conference coverage in Information Today.) Wilkert will discuss how publishers are moving from being licensors to solutions providers in today's rapidly changing media and enterprise markets; Lankes plans to focus on indexing by users in contrast to traditional methods of indexing information by subject specialists.
The OCLC Institute and the Information Institute of Syracuse at Syracuse University are co-sponsoring the 2002 Virtual Reference Desk (VRD) Conference, Toward a Preferred Future: Charting the Course for Reference, November 10-13, 2002, in Chicago.
The Information Institute of Syracuse will sponsor the Virtual Reference Desk Conference, which is themed Recognizing the Success of Reference.
David Lankes, director of the Information Institute of Syracuse (which houses the GEM Project) and assistant professor at Syracuse University's School of Information Studies.
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