Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Seminar: Information Access.
("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
Schedule - Fall 2008.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Aug 29: Clifford LYNCH: Introduction. Summer Developments. NSF Cyberlearning report.
Sep 5: Cathy MARSHALL, Microsoft:
Scholars' Perspective on Scholarly Archiving.
Sep 12: Clifford LYNCH: Stewardship and Cultural Memory Organizations
in the Digital Age.
Sep 19: Thomas TUNSCH, National Museums in Berlin: The Semantic Web and Wikis.
Sep 26: Ray LARSON:
Recent Trends in Digital Libraries and Information Retrieval.
Oct 3: Clifford LYNCH: Stewardship and Cultural Memory Organizations
in the Digital Age, II.
Oct 10: M. BUCKLAND, R. LARSON & C. LYNCH: The Evolving Concept of
"Digital Libraries." Also
N. W. LUND, Tromso: Document theory applied to telemedicine and opera.
Oct 17: Patrick RILEY: The Toll of Privacy.
Aurelie BENARD, Univ of Paris:
Creating an event-based analysis of biographical texts.
Nick RABINOWITZ: TimeMap: Displaying Geotemporal Data Online.
Designing an Event Directory for Irish History.
Oct 24: Geoffrey BOWKER, U. of Santa Clara: Representing Different Knowledge.
Michael BUCKLAND: Women Pioneers of Library and Information
Science in France in the 1930s.
Oct 31: Robert PASLEY, Sheffield U.:
The Extent of Geographic Resources Available on the Web.
Nov 7: David ROSENTHAL: "Ensuring the Longevity of Digital Documents" revisited.
Nov 14: Colin BURKE: Univ of Maryland Baltimore County:
Information and Intrigue:
From the Concilium Bibliographicum to Noel Field and Alger Hiss.
Nov 21.Timothy TANGHERLINI, UCLA: Mapping Folklore:
hGIS, Machine Learning and the Danish Folklore Archive.
Nov 28: Thanksgiving. No Seminar meeting.
Dec 5: Students' Final
-- Patrick RILEY: Berkeley Energy Dashboard.
-- Nick RABINOWITZ: TimeMap and HistoryVis: Displaying Geotemporal Data Online.
-- Ryan SHAW: Mining historical event references from scanned documents.
The Seminar will resume on January 23.
Fall 2008 summaries.