Previously School of Library & Information Studies
Friday Afternoon Seminar: Schedule.
296a-1 Seminar: Information Access, Spring 2016.
Fridays 3-5. 107 South Hall.
Summaries of presentations.
Weekly mailing list.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON SEMINAR ON INFORMATION ACCESS.
South Hall 107, Fridays 3-5 pm.
Open to the public. Everyone interested is welcome!
Jan 22: Ron DAY, Indiana University: The Ends of Reason:
Documents, Evidence, and Powers.
Jan 29: Lisa BÖRJESSON, Uppsala: Knowledge makers muddling through:
Conditions for documentation and report writing in extra-academic research.
Feb 5: Wayne DE FREMERY, Sogang University, Korea.
Bibliography and the Sociology of Data.
Feb 12: Michael BUCKLAND: Relevance and Other Basic Problems.
Feb 19: Anna Lauren HOFFMANN: Information Justice Beyond Distributions:
Exploring Social Justice, Information, and Access.
Feb 26: Jennifer SCHAFFNER: Of Rare Books and Research Datasets:
Survival, Adoption, Sale, and Abandonment of Unique Materials.
Clifford LYNCH: Stewardship Transitions as an
Mar 4: Clifford LYNCH: The Practice of Stewardship as a Scholarly
Mar 11: Jerome McGANN, University of Virginia: The Human Sciences
in STEM Worlds.
Mar 18: Nick DOTY: Beginnings of an Interdisciplinary Center:
Update on the Center for Technology, Society & Policy.
Avi RAPPOPORT: News and Notes about Enterprise Search.
Mar 25: Spring Break. No Seminar meeting.
Apr 1: Clifford LYNCH: Software Preservation
and Attacks on the Cultural Record.
Apr 8: Jim MICHALKO: Library Collaboration - Does it have a future?
Apr 15: Jeff MACKIE-MASON, University Librarian: "Wasn't
Digitization Supposed to be Easy? And Good for Us?"
Apr 22: Cheryl HOLZMEYER, Stanford: Public Health NGOs and Open Science
Politics: Rhetorics of Openness, Health Field Contestations, and the
Elusiveness of Health Equity.
Apr 29 & May 6: No Seminar meeting.
May 13: Melanie FEINBERG, Univ. of North Carolina:
Making Use of Interpretive Flexibility in Metadata Implementation.
The Seminar will resume in the Fall semester.