Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Seminar: Information Access.
("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
Schedule - Fall 2006.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Friday, August 18:
Julian WARNER, Queen's University, Belfast:
Forms of Mental Labor in the Feist Judgment.
Sep 1: Clifford LYNCH: Introduction. Cyberinfrastructure Initiatives.
Sep 8: Clifford LYNCH: Cyberinfrastructure (Continued); and Emerging Issues
in Digital Stewardship.
Sep 15: Daniel M. RUSSELL, Google Search Quality & User Happiness:
What Do People Do When They Use Search Engines?
Three Methods To Understand It, And Some Observations.
Sep 22: Peter BRANTLEY, California Digital Library:
Virtual Worlds for Teaching and IR.
Sep 29: Kim CARL, Ray LARSON, Vivien PETRAS & Jeanette ZERNEKE:
Interface Development for What, Where, When and Who Searching.
Also Ruth MOSTERN, UC Merced:
Visualizing Historical Events Through Interactive Timelines.
Oct 6: Lois WEI:
A Scalable Front-stage Service Application for a Non-profit Tutoring Agency.
Defining Neighborhoods with Distinct Boundaries.
Unprocessed Poster Collections at UCB and Suggestions for Improved Access.
Oct 13: Joint Session with the
Oct 20: Bernd FROHMANN and Michael BUCKLAND: What Have
Library Schools and I-Schools Forgotten?
Oct 27: Dean AnnaLee SAXENIAN:
Comments on the 2nd I-School Conference.
Also Alex DAILEY:
Virtual Libraries in a Digital World.
Also Joseph Lorenzo HALL:
Electronic Voting as a Case Study in Supporting Transparency in
Nov 3: Jack XU, V-P, eBay Inc.: Architecting to Scale.
Nov 10: No seminar meeting: Veterans' Day.
Nov 17: Judson KING & Diane HARLEY, CSHE:
The Influence of Academic Values on Scholarly Publication
and Communication Practices.
Nov 24: Thanksgiving. No seminar. Campus closed.
Dec 1: Jim PITMAN: Math People, a Distributed Name Authority System.
Alexis DAILEY: Education in the virtual world.
Paul COURANT &
Making Digital Preservation Policy:
the National Perspective.
Lois WEI: Berkeley Academics Management System (BAMS)
Also Bernt WAHL: Who Is In My Neighborhood?
Defining Neighborhoods with Distinct Boundaries
& Identifying Localized Context.
The seminar will resume on January 26, 2007.
Fall 2006 summaries.
Spring 2006 schedule
Spring 2007 schedule