Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Spring 2011.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Jan 21: Clifford LYNCH: Introduction to the Seminar: The Ebook Wars, Part 1.
Jan 28: Clifford LYNCH: The Ebook Wars, Part 2.
Feb 4: Ray LARSON: The Social Networks and Archival Context Project (SNAC).
Feb 11: George OATES, Manager, The Open Library, Internet Archive:
Open Library, Collections and Networks.
Feb 18: Jim PITMAN, Dept of Statistics: Open Bibliography.
Feb 25: Niels Windfeld LUND, Univ. of Tromso & Stanford:
The Development of Artistic Documents for the Global Village: The
Development of Systems Tailored for the Global Village.
Mar 4: Clifford LYNCH, Ray LARSON & Jeff UBOIS: Developments in Personal Archiving.
Mar 11: Phyllis REUTHER, CTO, Sprint.
Mar 18: Joint Session with the Kyoto University Conference at the I School.
Mar 25: Spring break. No Seminar meeting.
Apr 1: Clifford LYNCH: Three Brief Topics.
Apr 8: Clifford LYNCH: Report on the Coalition for
Networked Information Meeting, April 4-5.
Apr 15: Marcia BATES: How Humans Do It: Searching and IR by People.
Apr 22: Ed O'NEILL, OCLC: OCLC's Research Program and
FAST - Faceted Application of Subject Terminology.
Apr 29: Data Management Plans and Data Re-use Issues. Discussion led by
Michael BUCKLAND and Clifford LYNCH.
The Seminar will resume on August 26.
Spring 2011 summaries.