Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Fall 2015.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of topics.
Weekly mailing list.
Aug 28: Clifford LYNCH: What does pervasive security failure mean for archives,
cultural memory, and scholarship? Some introductory speculations and
Sep 4: No Seminar meeting. Labor Day weekend.
Sep 11: Clifford LYNCH: Short Reports.
Nick DOTY: Imagining our Center for Technology, Society &
Sep 18: Lincoln CUSHING: Kaiser Permanente:
Archiving the Corporation: Managing Historical Information at
Sep 25: Michael BUCKLAND: Links, Meaning, and Contexts.
Oct 2: David ROSENTHAL, Stanford: Emulation as a Strategy
for Digital Preservation.
Oct 9: Clifford LYNCH: Pervasive Failures and Bad Translations.
Dong-Hee SHIN, SKKU, Korea:
Creating a new School of Information in Korea.
Oct 16: Stephen ABRAMS, California Digital Library:
A Domain Model for Digital Curation.
Oct 23: Laine FARLEY, California Digital Library:
Behind the Scenes at the California Digital Library.
Oct 30: Bruce WASHBURN, OCLC Research:
Looking inside the Library Knowledge Vault.
Nov 6: Tom LEONARD, University Librarian Emeritus:
Well-Behaved Pirates, Publishers, and Libraries: The Early Years.
Nov 13: Cathy MARSHALL, Texas A&M University: Reviving Joan.
Nov 20: Ryan SHAW, Patrick GOLDEN, and Michael BUCKLAND: Making
Research Notes Accessible Online.
Nov 27: Thanksgiving: No Seminar meeting.
Dec 4: Information Access: the last 25 years and the next 25 years.
The Seminar will resume in the Spring semester on January 22.
Fall 2015 summaries.