Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Spring 2009.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Jan 23: Clifford LYNCH: Introduction to the Seminar.
Michael BUCKLAND: Remaking Access to Reference Resources.
Jan 30: Clifford LYNCH: Networked Instrumentation for the
Humanities and Social Sciences.
Feb 6: Fredrik WALLENBERG: Judging a Book by it's Cover:
Online Previews and Book Sales.
Feb 13: David GREENBAUM, Steve MASOVER, and Rich MEYER:
The Bamboo Planning Project - Developing "Cyberinfrastructure" for the Arts,
Humanities, and Interpretive Social Sciences.
Feb 20: 2009 i-School Conference report.
Megan FINN: Information Practices after Modern California Earthquakes.
Patrick RILEY: The Metadata of Live Television.
Feb 27: Mikko VILLI, UIAH, Helsinki:
Visual mobile communication. Camera phone photographs in mobile messaging.
Tuukka RUOTSALA, TKK, Helsinki:
Cultural Heritage on the Semantic Web.
Mar 6: Group tour of remodeled Bancroft Library.
Mar 13: Michael BUCKLAND and Ryan SHAW: Editing Historical Papers
in a Digital Environment.
Mar 20: Paul DUGUID: The World According to grep:
What Have We Been Searching For?
Also Clifford LYNCH: An Update on Institutional Repositories
and Development of International Repository Infrastructure.
Mar 27: No Seminar meeting.
Apr 3: Jeanette ZERNEKE: Update and Issues in Digital Humanities.
Apr 10: Ryan SHAW: Providing Context for Historical Documents.
Megan FINN: History of Post-earthquake Communication in California.
The Necessity and User Expectations of Real-time Indexing.
Apr 17: Mari MILLER: The Economics of Open Access.
Avi RAPPOPORT: Metadata, Sex, and Amazon.
Apr 24: Clifford LYNCH: The Scholarly Journal and the 4th
Paradigm of Science.
May 1: Ryan SHAW: Mining Events from Wikipedia.
Megan FINN: The History of Communication After California Earthquakes.
Patrick RILEY: Giving Relevancy to Twitter:
A new approach at Real-time Search.
May 8: No Seminar Meeting.
Next scheduled Seminar meeting August 28.
Spring 2009 summaries.