Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Seminar: Information Access.
("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
Schedule - Fall 2007.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Aug 31: Clifford LYNCH: Introductions. Audience and Interactivity.
Sep 7: Clifford LYNCH:
Authorship and Identity.
Sep 14: Lewis LANCASTER, Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative:
3-D Visual Analysis of the Korean Buddhist Canon.
Sep 21: Michael BUCKLAND: Reference Library Service in a Digital Environment.
Sept 28: Bruce MILLER, UC Merced: The
UC Merced Library:
What other research libraries will be.
Oct 5: Natalia LOZOVSKY & Michael BUCKLAND: Designing
a Medieval Place Name Resource.
Ryan SHAW: Conceptual Schemas for Events.
Oct 12: Ray LARSON and others: Tutorial Workshop on the
Mark-up of Biographical Text.
Oct 19: "Area Studies, Then and Now": Shared sessions with the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative
and Pacific Neighborhood Consortium Annual Conference and
Oct 26: Megan FYNN: The 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake: Post-disaster Information
Nov 2: John WILLINSKY, Stanford University: The Current Shakeup in
Scholarly Communication, Chapter 23: A Critical Incident
in Academic Freedom, Bioethics, and Open Access.
Nov 9: Colin BURKE, Univ of Maryland Baltimore Campus:
From Science Information's Concilium Bibliographicum of the 1890s
to Espionage and Communist Dungeons in the 1950s.
Nov 16: Dan PERKEL: How Does an Online Art Community Take Shape?
Nov 23: Thanksgiving. No seminar meeting.
Nov 30: Vivien PETRAS, GESIS-IZ, Germany:
Terminology Mapping for Distributed Search.
Ryan SHAW: Conceptual Schemas for Events:
Final Progress Report.
Dec 7: Clifford LYNCH: The Fall in Review.
The seminar will resume in the Spring semester on January 25.
Fall 2007 summaries.