School of Information Management & Systems
 Previously School of Library & Information Studies

  296a-1 Seminar: Information Access.
 ("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
 Schedule - Fall 2004.


Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Summaries of presentations.
Aug 13: Julian WARNER, Belfast: A labor theoretic approach to information retrieval.
Sept 3: Clifford LYNCH: Introduction to the Seminar. Fredric GEY & Ray LARSON: Report on SIGIR.
Sep 10: Clifford LYNCH: Research Questions in Digital Stewardship.
Sept 17: Bruce MILLER, University Librarian, UC Merced: Tomorrow's research university library: University of California, Merced.
Sep 24: Clifford LYNCH: Research Questions in Digital Stewardship - Continued.
Oct 1: Sarah ELLINGER: Tracking Children's Information Retrieval Tactics in and out of the Library; Peter MONFORE: The Internationalization of the Creative Commons. Catherine NEWMAN: Image Capture and Cataloging. Shelby PEAK: The Uhle Collections at Berkeley: Online Tools for Archaeologists. Annie YEH: Microsoft Word 2003 and Melvyl.
Oct 8: Michael BUCKLAND, Ray LARSON, Lin MUEHLINGHAUS: Support for the Learner: What, Where, When, and Who.
Oct 15: Paul DUGUID & Geoffrey NUNBERG: "The Quality of Information" Is Explained.
Oct 22: Document Academy conference: Jean-Michel SalaŁn: How computing requires one to rethink what a document is. Bernd Frohmann : The Multiplicities of Documentation. Ron Day : What makes for a "Materialist" Analysis of Documents. Niels Windfeld Lund: An experimental approach - the importance of Herbert A. Simon for document analysis. thedocumentacademy.hum.uit.no /events/docam/.
Oct 29: Progress reports: Annie YEH: Building a Melvyl Research Service for Creating Citations in Microsoft Word 2003. Shelby PEAK: The Uhle Collections @ Berkeley: Online Tools for Archaeologists. Catherine NEWMAN: Leveraging Images for Design Reuse. Peter MONFORE: The Internationalization of the Creative Commons. Sarah ELLINGER: Investigating Children's Informal Information Retrieval Tactics.
Nov 5: Lynne WITHEY, UC Press: A Publisher's Perspective on the "Crisis" in Scholarly Publishing.
Nov 12: Cathy MARSHALL, Microsoft. Personal Digital Libraries: Filling in the Missing Pieces.
Nov 19: Ray LARSON: Spatial Search and Ranking Methods for Geographic Information Retrieval.
Nov 26: Thanksgiving holiday. No seminar.
Dec 3: Clifford LYNCH: Discussion and Catch-up on Events of Interest.
Dec 10: Students' final presentations.
    Shelby PEAK: The Uhle Collections @ Berkeley: An Evaluation of and Recommendations for Archaeological Research Websites.
    Sarah ELLINGER: Exploring the Question of "Informal" Information Retrieval.
    Peter MONFORE: The Internationalization of the Creative Commons.
    Catherine NEWMAN: Plans for an Student Design Reuse Imagebase.
    Annie YEH: A Melvyl Research Panel for Microsoft Word.
The next scheduled seminar meeting is Jan 21, 2005.
Fall 2004 summaries.     Spring 2004 schedule and summaries.     Spring 2005 schedule and summaries.