Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Seminar: Information Access.
("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
Schedule - Spring 2006.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Friday, Jan 20: Ray LARSON: Time Period Directories.
Jan 27: Timo SAARI, Helsinki IIT:
Researching Mobile Media in Context.
Feb 3: Marc DAVIS, Yahoo! Research Berkeley:
Designing the Future of Social Media.
Feb 10: Clifford LYNCH:
Speculations on the
Implications of Large Scale Digitization and Digital Literatures.
Feb 17: Keith JOHNSON, Stanford Digital Repository:
Digital Preservation: "In theory, there's no difference between theory and
Feb 24: Colin BURKE: Codebreaking and retrieval machines
Mar 3: Clifford LYNCH: The Varieties of Data Curation.
Mar 10: Libby SMITH: Mass Collection Digitization:
Keeping Resources Trusted.
Yun Kyung JUNG: Reasons for Voluntary Information Sharing
in Korean Cyberspace: The Uses and Gratification Approach.
Ray R. LARSON:
Grid-based Digital Libraries and Cheshire3.
Mar 17: Kirsten NEILSEN and
Heidi SCHMIDT, UCSF:
Remodeling a Digital Library: Planning for the Next Generation Legacy
Tobacco Documents Library.
Mar 24: Michael BUCKLAND: Book Talk: Emanuel Goldberg and His Knowledge
Apr 7: Niels LUND: A Document Turn Ahead?
Apr 14: Coye CHESHIRE: Current Experimental Research in the Use of
Information for Trust-Building and Social Exchange Transitions.
Apr 21: Charis KASKIRIS: Behavioral Economic
Engineering: An Emprical Investigation of Time Preferences.
Apr 28: Clifford LYNCH: Reports and New Developments.
Michael BUCKLAND: The Nature of Naming.
May 5: Last Seminar meeting of Spring Semester: Students' Reports.
Yun Kyung JUNG: What Clicks? Why do Korean Cyber Users
Participate in Sharing Information?
Elizabeth Ann SMITH: Mass Digitization:
Is Google a Trusted Repository?
Vivien PETRAS: Translating Dialects in Search:
Mapping between Specialized Languages of Discourse and Documentary Languages.
Aug 18: Julian WARNER, Queen's University, Belfast.
Forms of Mental Labor in the Feist Judgment.
The seminar will continue in the Fall semester.
Spring 2006 summaries.
Fall 2005 schedule
Fall 2006 schedule