Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Seminar: Information Access.
("The Friday Afternoon Seminar")
Schedule - Spring 2007.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Jan 19: Clifford LYNCH: "Memories for Life":
Jan 26: Ray LARSON, Fredric GEY & Michael BUCKLAND:
Bringing Lives to Light: Biography in Context.
Feb 2: Volker WULF, Univ. of Siegen, Germany: A Practice-based Approach
to Human-Centered Computing.
Feb 9: Lin MUEHLINGHAUS & Kim CARL:
Support for the Learner: Needs, Habits, and Evaluation Studies.
Feb 16: Doris FLORIAN, EC IRMM: The European Commission's Joint Research
Institute for Reference Materials and
Measurement. Powerpoint presentation (16 MB).
Feb 23: Clifford LYNCH: Search in 2017.
Mar 2: Peter BRANTLEY, Digital Library Foundation:
Architectures for Collaboration: New Directions
for Digital Libraries.
Mar 9: Google Earth Symposium: Mano MARKS (The Google Earth Team),
LARSON, Jeanette ZERNEKE & others.
Mar 16: Fred TURNER, Stanford:
Burning Man at Google: A Cultural Infrastructure
for New Media Production?
Mar 23: Roger C. SCHONFELD, Manager of Research, Ithaka:
The Survivability of Texts.
Mar 30: Spring break: No seminar meeting.
Apr 6: Kimiko RYOKAI: Objects with Narrative Memories.
Apr 13: Short Reports by Bernt WAHL: Micro-publishing; Michael
BUCKLAND: The "4W" Interface; and
Clifford LYNCH: Report on the Library of Congress
Task Force on the Future of Bibliographic Control.
Apr 20: Paul ELL, Belfast:
Digitization and Uses of Digitized Irish Studies Journals.
Apr 27: Clifford LYNCH:
Reports: CNI, DLF, and related events.
May 4: Last meeting of the semester.
Bernie HURLEY, University Library:
What's Going on in Research Libraries?
The seminar will resume in the Fall semester on August 31.
Spring 2007 summaries.
Fall 2006 schedule