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

 296a-1 Seminar: Information Access.
 ("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
 Schedule - Fall 2005.

Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall. Summaries of presentations.
Sep 2: Clifford LYNCH: Welcome to the Seminar. Introductions. Recent developments.
Sep 9: Michael BUCKLAND, Lin MUEHLINGHAUS, Vivien PETRAS & others: Supporting the Learner: Project Progress Report.
Sep 16: Clifford LYNCH: Katrina; and Institutional Repositories.
Sep 23: Katherine KOTT, Digital Library Federation: AQUIFER.
Sep 30: Ray LARSON & Vivien PETRAS: Report on CLEF and ECDL.
Oct 7: Joint session with the Document Academy conference.
Oct 14: Neil THURMAN, London: Electronic Newspapers: Globalisation and Reader Participation.
Oct 21: AnnaLee SAXENIAN & Charis KASKIRIS: Report on the I-School Summit.
Linda-Cathryn MUEHLINGHAUS & M. BUCKLAND: Educators, Pedagogy, & Recruitment in LIS.
Oct 28: James DALZIEL, Macquarie Univ., Australia: MAMS and LAMS: Innovations in Secure Repository Access and Next Generation e-Learning.
Nov 4: Jack McCREDIE, CIO, UC Berkeley: IT in Higher Education: An Eye to the Future with a Brief Look at the Past.
Nov 11: No seminar. Veterans Day holiday.
Nov 18: Catherine NEWMAN: Comprehension Assessment for Multimedia Information.
    R. David LANKES, Syracuse University: Evolving Digital Reference in Reference Authoring.
Nov 25: No seminar. Thanksgiving Holiday.
Dec 2: Dan GREENSTEIN, University Librarian and Executive Director, California Digital Library: Stewardship of Digital Resources.
Dec 9: Sachi ARAFAT: Quantum Retrieval: A Theoretical Framework for Information Retrieval Influenced by Physics.
    Also Clifford LYNCH: Interesting Things & Reports.

    The seminar will continue in the Spring semester starting Jan 20.
Fall 2005 summaries.   Spring 2005 schedule and summaries.   Spring 2006 schedule and summaries.